If you are still mourning the closing of the Colonnade restaurant in Tampa, you have the chance to buy a little piece of the history Wednesday as the entire contents of the restaurant go up for auction.
Everything from the inside of the 80-year-old eatery is for sale, including artwork, dishes, glasses, decor, furniture, kitchen equipment, beer taps and more.
The public auction begins at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the restaurant, but you can get a sneak peek Tuesday until 2 p.m.
The iconic Bayshore restaurant was sold last month to make way for redevelopment.
Columbia Restaurant owner Richard Gonzmart has expressed interest in buying the rights to the Colonnade. Representatives for Gonzmart told ABC Action News he is still open to the idea but he is waiting for the owners to reach out to him.
For a complete list of the more than 500 items that are being auctioned off click here.