The available restaurant space resides in the historic, three-story Hotel Mac of Point Richmond, CA which was originally built in 1911. When first opened, the restaurant and hotel proudly served diners and boarders - many of which were employed at Standard Oil. Previously recognized as the Colonial Hotel, the hotel was purchased in the 1930s by former manager of the Claremont Hotel, M.V. McAfee - thus changing the name to Hotel Mac.
The restaurant is beautifully equipped with a bar and lounge upon entrance. With high ceilings and large glass windows, the space has plenty of natural light showcasing the beautiful historic features.
Bar - The main bar comfortably seats 12 with additional bar seating looking out on the street front. The bar is equipped with four tap handles, two wells with soda guns, and a dump and rinse station.
Dining Room - The dining area is split into three different locations. Directly above the lounge and overlooking the bar, the restaurant’s loft can seat approximately 40 people. Stained-glass windows, antique light fixtures, and decorative ceiling tile - the more secluded, formal dining room is large and filled with character. In addition, there is dining area above the bar, near the hostess stand, which includes a dining booth and additional seating.
Kitchen - The kitchen is well-equipped with two Type-1 hoods (12’ and 4’), a 9’ Chorral grill top, and 6-burner range with 2’ flat top grill. The kitchen has adequate prep area and plenty of refrigeration including a 3-door sandwich prep refrigerator, a Focei ice cream freezer, True 6-drawer refrigerator, a 7’ x 13’ walk-in refrigerator, and a 5’ x 8’ walk-in freezer.