By Terrence McEachern – Published in The Guardian – October 7, 2017
After 25 years, Rick Renaud, owner of the popular St. Peters Bay restaurant Rick’s Fish ‘n’ Chips and Seafood House, realizes that it’s time to move on and sell the business.
But Renaud also realizes that he’ll miss it.
“All the pictures around here are all staff parties and fun things that we’ve done together,” he said. “Yeah, it’ll take me a few years to adjust.”
The restaurant is on the market for $450,000.
Before coming to P.E.I., Renaud lived in Toronto and managed a restaurant. With that, he estimates he’s been in the restaurant business for more than 30 years.
“My wife is looking to retire and do something different. Me, I just want to retire and go fishing,” he said with a laugh.
The restaurant, once featured on the television show, “You Gotta Eat Here!”, was one of several stops on the P.E.I. Connectors business development tour to a variety of communities in eastern P.E.I. The program is part of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce.
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