Auction marks end of the road for former steakhouse


Just about everything — even the kitchen sink — from CrossRoads Steakhouse will be on the auction block early next week.

Macon Bros. Auctioneers will lead a liquidation sale almost one month after the closure of the restaurant, 207 W. Main St.

The 6-year-old business was shuttered amid rising operating costs and economic uncertainty that ate into sales, owner Kim Kelly-Frank said at the time.

Macon Bros. will lead the sale of equipment at the former business Tuesday at 9 a.m. The doors open for a preview at 8 a.m.

Among the offerings: A diesel catering truck/box van, freezer, refrigerator, ice machine, under-counter displays, custom oak bar, bartender work station, griddle, char broiler, convection oven, range, fryers, bun warmer, sinks, dishwasher, stainless steel work tables and equipment stands, order-up pass-through, wire and bakery racks, holiday decor supplies, slicer, point-of-sale, fire extinguishers, tables, chairs, china, flatware and more. To see photos or the proxy bidding policy, visit


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