Worley developed a huge network of restaurant buyers selling over 300 TGI Friday’s coast-to-coast.
SOLD: $6 million+
300+ Locations Nationwide
When TGI Friday’s started to rebrand their restaurants, Worley Auctioneers was selected to sell thousands of their unique antiques, art glass lights and much of their kitchen equipment.
Worley deployed teams coast-to-coast and sold millions in FF&E.
Lenhardt’s, a three-generation family restaurant, was the subject of a preservation battle that pitted neighborhood activists against the retired owners. Worley designed an auction event that celebrated the restaurant’s legacy and capitalized on its historicity. Three local news affiliates covered the public preview that attracted hundreds of people who came to say good-bye.
Everything from the floor to the ceiling had to sell: pre-Rookwood fireplaces; gorgeous midcentury bars; vintage furniture; kitchen equipment; neon signs and memorabilia galore. This was truly a comprehensive auction with 353 unique participating bidders and more than 200,000 page views!
L’Auberge 4-Star Restaurant Auction
A community bank ordered the sale of the contents of Ohio’s last and longest-running Four Star restaurant.
This 600-item auction was featured on FOX 45-Dayton and included European decor, custom wine racks, fine crystal, kitchen equipment and more!!
256 Unique Participating Bidders and Nearly 150,000 Page Views conspired to create a highly competitive bidding environment.
Front Row Sports Bar
This comprehensive floor-to-ceiling restaurant auction in Orlando FL included walk-in coolers, kitchen equipment, wall décor and more!
When the Cincinnati’s best pizzeria closed its Montgomery location, Worley Auctioneers held an online auction featuring restaurant equipment, booth packages, tables & chairs and pizza pans galore!