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Charcoaler Drive In Set To Return ‘Soonish’

After several long months, word came via social media – and a simple notice on the neon sign along Mesa stating ‘OPENING SOONISH’ – that the much-beloved El Paso resturant Charcoaler would be open once again.

The new group, lead by the same team that owns WingDaddy’s and TOROBurger here in town, will be reopening the iconic drive in, along with the help of family members who worked at Charcoaler

Below is the full statement provided to the Herald-Post by Charcoaler officials:

“At this time we’d just say that a group of local restauranteurs and a family member of the original owner couldn’t bear the thought of charcoaler being just a memory. When we heard of the closing we enthusiastically contacted the previous owner to work out the business purchase. We are looking forward to reopening before the holidays, serving the same, original recipes that everyone loves.

Initially, Charcoaler will reopen for the most part as it was, with upgrades only where they are needed in the name of updating equipment and serving the public quickly.

In time, parts of the outdoor area will be reimagined to add indoor and outdoor seating, and a fun family environment. We are very excited and proud to bring back such an iconic El Paso restaurant which has been a part of so many people’s lives.”


El Paso’s Iconic Charcoaler Restaurant now For Sale

Only a few months removed from closing their last location in the Sun City, the Charcoaler restaurant officially announced they are seeking a buyer.

Via a Facebook post Tuesday morning, restaurant officials revealed the sale price and details.

“Ladies and Gentlemen the Charcoaler is for sale! It will no longer be able to exist at it’s original location, however the name, intellectual property, El Paso following, and training from the family who owned it for 56 years are for sale. For those who may be interested in purchasing, information is at the following link.”

Listed price for the name, intellectual property and training is $200,000.

According to the sales website BizBuySell, “The buyer will need to move the restaurant to another facility as the property owner will be leasing the current facility to another business.”

The North Mesa location closed in January of 2017.