Along with the restaurant comes a $80,000 liquor license, updated furniture worth an estimated $35,000 and updated electrical and refrigeration equipment, according to the listing.
The owner, Rustem “Rudy” Keskin, did not respond to requests for comment Monday. He told the Baltimore Business Journal the area’s construction and crime rates were the reasons he is selling the restaurant.
A diner that has weathered decades of change in Baltimore, Jimmy’s has also served as hot spot for local celebrities and politicians. Gov. Larry Hogan met with incoming Baltimore City Council members at the spot in 2016 and former Sen. Barbara Mikulski launched her final campaign at Jimmy’s.