The hugely popular Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks is up for sale.
The late-night club and the Jackson Court Hotel have been put on the market for immediate sale by owners Cathal and Paula Jackson.
It's understood the venue comes with a price tag of more than €40 million.
Coppers, located on Harcourt Street, was first established in 1996 and has since become the city's most well-known late night club.
The company behind the club recorded pre-tax profits of €4 million in 2017.
Coppers' popularity has also seen the club spawn a musical spin-off, written by Ross O'Carroll Kelly creator Paul Howard.
However, Cathal Jackson says he believes the time is right to retire.
He said: "Over the past 23 years I have been totally committed to setting up and establishing Copper Face Jacks as one of the most enduring and successful entertainment venues in Ireland.
"It is now time to hand over the reins to new owners who have the energy and the expertise to take Coppers to the next level."
Dermot Curtin of selling agent DC Curtin & Associates explained: "As nothing remotely like this property and business has ever been offered to the market in recent times, there are no comparable sales to measure this opportunity against.
"However, having spent much of their working lives creating and operating this incredibly successful business, the vendors understand fully what the property is worth and will easily recognise a fair and realistic offer, when it presents itself".