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For Sale: Poke Restaurant - Can Convert In Corona, Riverside County, California
Contact: Ryozo Kajino: 626-688-6142 Cell, 626-688-6142 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 259546  Refreshed: 3/9/2021
Asking Price: $200,000  Down Payment: Call / Email  Annual SDC: Call / Email  Annual Gross: Call / Email
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop
Restaurant is located in Crossings At Corona Shopping Mall. Anchor tenants are Edward Cinema, Best Buy, Kohl's, Marshalls, Staples, Target, etc. Currently Poki Restaurant with Beer and Wine. Can change menu upon landlord approval. Monthly rent $4,223.46. Lease terms 1+5+5. Owners income $140,000.
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For Sale: Poke Restaurant Franchise In Walnut Creek, Contra Costa, California
Contact: John Irvine: 925-945-8175
Status: Active  Posting #: 254680  Refreshed: 2/7/2021
Asking Price: $350,000  Down Payment: Call / Email  Annual SDC: $180,000  Annual Gross: $760,000
Attributes: Franchise, Training And Support
Franchise restaurant did over $600,000 in gross sales the first year and projected to reach the 1 million mark. Rent $5,100 for 1,200 sf. Lease term expires in 2024 with increases of only around $165. Open 7 days a week. staff consists of 4 full time and 6 part time employees. payroll 10,000/month.
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For Sale: Poki Restaurant - In Prime Center, Absentee Run In Union City, Alameda County, California
Contact: Sofia Fong: 510-673-6879
Status: Active  Posting #: 255912  Refreshed: 12/28/2020
Asking Price: $39,000  Down Payment: Call / Email  Annual SDC: Call / Email  Annual Gross: Call / Email
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Semi Absentee Run, Absentee Run, Training And Support
This 1,200 sq. ft. Poki Restaurant is located in a prime shopping center in Union City, walking distance to the BART station and near the major freeways. This Poki restaurant was established in 2016. This business is owned by absentee owners, so it's possible for new owner to spend minimal time.
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For Sale: Poke Restaurant - Absentee Run, High Net Income In Palm Springs, Riverside County, California
Contact: Young Yun: 323-493-7779 Cell, 323-493-7779 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 265198  Refreshed: 10/23/2020
Asking Price: $650,000  Down Payment: $300,000  Annual SDC: $180,000  Annual Gross: $1,550,000
Attributes: Semi Absentee Run, Absentee Run, Training And Support
Established in 2015. Absentee Run. Free Training will be provided. located at the prime location. Easy to run, absentee run by employees. Gross monthly income: $130,000(2 Location Sum). Net monthly income:$15,000. Seller is very motivated to sell it quickly, will take the any acceptable offer.
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For Sale: Poke Restaurant In Northridge, Los Angeles County, California
Contact: John Lee: 661-713-6645
Status: Active  Posting #: 260851  Refreshed: 10/19/2020
Asking Price: $189,000  Down Payment: Call  Annual SDC: $76,871  Annual Gross: $887,001
This is by far the best place ever for poke in Northridge and definitely a hidden gem. This is hands down the best place and the quality of the poke is unprecedented and the food is to die for.
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For Sale: Fish And Chip Restaurant In Sacramento, California
Contact: David Lee: 916-501-3038
Status: Active  Posting #: 260598  Refreshed: 10/10/2020
Asking Price: $160,000  Down Payment: Call  Annual SDC: Call  Annual Gross: $350,000
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Asset Sale, Training And Support
Owner and his mom run the business more than 17 years. No payroll now. The hours are Monday to Friday 11 am - 9 pm but on Saturday 12 - 7 pm. Training will be provide for 2-3 weeks as needed. There are no Hamburger, Teriyaki, and any good restaurant near the shop therefore the new owner can change.
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For Sale: Poke, Japanese Restaurant In Orange County, California
Contact: Michael Pahng: 714-713-2494 Cell
Status: Active  Posting #: 260646  Refreshed: 10/7/2020
Asking Price: $380,000  Down Payment: $380,000  Annual SDC: $100,000  Annual Gross: $700,000
Attributes: Absentee Run, Training And Support
Absentee ran poke and roll restaurant for sale in Orange County for $380,000. Located near offices and residential area, with plenty of foot traffic. Annual Sales: $700,000.
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For Sale: Poke Restaurant - Asset Sale, Absentee Owner In Ventura, California
Contact: John Lee: 661-713-6645
Status: Active  Posting #: 258700  Refreshed: 9/26/2020
Asking Price: $69,000  Down Payment: $69,000  Annual SDC: Ask  Annual Gross: $288,000
Attributes: Asset Sale
This is an asset sale and this business is an absentee owner. This is by far the best place ever for Poke in Ventura and definitely a hidden Gem. This is a great place to come grab a quick and healthy lunch and there are lots of good options to choose from.
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