Well established Sushi restaurant in the Community, rated 4.5 stars on Yelp! Its sales revenue is recovering from the pandemic shut down now. Current M sale is $60,000 with 6 days. Its spacious size of 2,200+ sqft has more than 80 seats with sushi bar, and spacious patio in front of the store. Posting #: 266120 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Location. For Retirement. 1,200 sq. ft. Great Location with Office Buildings and Affluent Residences. 1,200 sq ft. Rent $4,970 including NNN. Ready to retire. Great Chance for the Experienced. Posting #: 263667 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Express Style Chinese Restaurant located in the busy signalized corner with busy foot traffic. Even in the pandemic, the restaurant is growing its sales month by month. It current sales is $55,000 per month open 6 days a week. One owner is operating with four well-experienced employees. Posting #: 266780 Posted by: Cheong K Won.
Great Location located in industrial park of the affluent beach communities. The restaurant survives Covid-19 and is now recovering to serve breakfast and lunch. The size of the store is about 1,060 sqft with spacious patio and parking spaces. And hood is installed for hot food that the buyer can ad Posting #: 271828 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Urgent Sale! Great for Fried Chicken, Mochi Donut/Dog, Sushi/Roll, Any Fusion Menu. Poke restaurant for sale. Great Location on the signalized intersection with heavy foot traffic. Current March Sales was $39,000 and growing month by month now. Spacious 1,500 sqft with Hood & Grease trap installed. Posting #: 267336 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Small Town for Vacation near Ventura City. Newly Remodeled building and restaurant. Currently Open 6 Days for To-go Only. Current April Sale $58,000 and May Sale is expected over $60,000. Good size 1,500 sqft with very spacious patio. Long Hood, Walk-in Cooler and Grease Interceptor installed. Posting #: 268023 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Urgent Sale!! 2021 Average Monthly Gross Sales $62,000 Great Location at the busy office and residential area. Current owner owns and runs the store since 2006.. Its size is 1,000 sf. but has a very spacious outside patio. Monthly rent $7,100 Includes NNN. Royalty is 7 %. Posting #: 266924 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Well Established and Proven Franchise Store. The Owner wants to retire after a long 15 years operation. Open 6 Days a week, and close all the holidays for his family and employees. Current monthly Sales is $48,000 in August, and is still growing with opening the schools and offices in the stable com Posting #: 269984 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Location in the affluent beach communities with a long family tradition. The restaurant survives Covid-19 and continues to serve authentic Thai cuisines to the communities. In return, communities pick this restaurant to best Thai cuisines almost every year. Current monthly sale is around $100K Posting #: 271734 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Location in the Korea town in North Orange County. Its current monthly sale is $60,000 and recovering and growing with full dine-in opening. Its size is 1,200 sqft with rent of $6,500 including NNN. The current owner remodeled the store about two years ago.
Posting #: 266069 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Asset Sale. Great Location near Aerospace Tech Companies and Affluent Community. Spacious 2,600 sf. Rent $10,250 including NNN. Full Kitchen with Long Hood, Walk-in Cooler & Freezer, Spacious Prep. area. Possible Conversion to Other Menu. Posting #: 265297 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Location in Downtown Wilshire surrounded by newly built Condominium and office buildings. Currently it serves coffee and sandwiches but can convert it to lunch and dinner restaurant. Its size is 2,500 sq. ft. plus spacious patio with two restrooms. The buyer can convert it. Posting #: 271671 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Ramen and sushi restaurant for sale in Oxnard, CA. Great Location at the affluent community near beach area. But it has very spacious patio with fantastic view of marina and ocean. Beer and wine license. The kitchen has 14-foot hood and spacious sushi bar. Beer & Wine License. Posting #: 271672 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Sushi restaurant for sale in Murrieta, CA. Asset Sale. Newly Remodeled. Beer/Wine License. Walk-in Cooler & Freezer, Long Hood, Sushi Bar, Grease Trap and so on. Great Location in the center of community with major supermarket and Starbucks. The owner remodeled the store totally two years ago. Posting #: 270783 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Current 2021 Monthly Sale $130,000. Sushi restaurant for sale in Cerritos, Los Angeles County.. Beer/Wine License. Good Size 2,500 sq. ft. Great Rent $5,800 including NNN. Posting #: 263784 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Very Famous and Well Established Brunch Cafe in El Segundo Community near Los Angeles Airport. Current Monthly Sale is $50,000. The Size of 1,500 sq. ft. with Rent of $6,000. Beer and Wine License. Current Monthly Sale is $50,000. Rent $6,000 including NNN. Current Wage $12,000/Month. Posting #: 267857 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Vietnamese restaurant for sale in El Monte, CA. Great Visibility located in the corner of signalized Street. Its Kitchen has three separate hoods, Walk-in Cooler and Freezer. The store serves not only Vietnamese Pho noodle soups, but also Vietnamese bakery. Buyer should change business name. Posting #: 269363 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Southern Style BBQ Rib Casual Restaurant for over 30 years of family tradition. Good Location with flex industrial and residential area. Short Business Hours. Good size of 1,600 sqft and current rent $5,100 including NNN. Full Kitchen with Hood, BBQ Oven, Walk-in Cooler and Freezer. Posting #: 270410 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Very Famous American Style BBQ Rib restaurant for fast food & Casual menu. Currently Open 5 days but make a great sale and profit. Semi Absentee Owner. The buyer can expand opening hours and locations. he seller will train the buyer with original recipes. The owner works about 5 hours a day. Posting #: 271641 Posted by: Cheong Won.
Great Location on the busy signalized intersection surrounding with office building and residential area. Currently this restaurant focuses on Asian Teriyaki and other casual menu. Good size of 1,500 sq. ft. and current rent $4,500 including NNN. Full Kitchen with Hood and Grease interceptor. Posting #: 271642 Posted by: Cheong Won.
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