The property housing an iconic West Bank eatery is for sale.
5600 W. Highway 22, the property that houses Nora's Fish Creek Inn, has been listed for $10 million.
The 1.17-acre parcel sits at the base of Teton Pass, and, for nearly four decades, the restaurant that calls it home has been a haven for hungry commuters and others seeking breakfast and brunch.
Nora and Marvin Tygum opened the restaurant in 1982. Kathryn Taylor, Nora's daughter, currently owns and operates it, according to its website.
Taylor was not available by phone Friday morning at the restaurant, and the eatery did not respond to an email inquiry by press time.
The listing agents for the property have not yet responded to requests for comment.
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