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French Restaurant Businesses For Sale & Wanted To Buy Postings

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For Sale: Souffle Cafe Restaurant - Absentee Run In Koreatown, Los Angeles, California
Contact: Roy Chin: 714-397-5588 Cell, 714-397-5588 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 264794  Refreshed: 3/12/2021
Asking Price: $149,000  Down Payment: Call / Email  Annual SDC: Call / Email  Annual Gross: $502,000
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Absentee Run, Training And Support
Brand new opened less than 2 years. 100% Absentee Run. It has so much potential to increase the volume if owner involved. Size: approx. 1,400 sq. ft. Rent: $8,400 including NNN. Lease: 4 yrs plus option. Employee: 5 part time. Seller has other 3 businesses to run and has no time manage this location
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For Sale: Ice Cream, Desserts, Crepes Restaurant In San Diego Area, California
Contact: Jeff Weiner: 858-774-6318 Cell, 858-774-6318 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 257337  Refreshed: 2/5/2021
Asking Price: $189,000  Down Payment: Cash or Submit  Annual SDC: $150,000 Owner Run  Annual Gross: $758,834 - 2018
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Lifestyle, Asset Sale, Semi Absentee Run, Training And Support, Owner Financing
Unique specialty ice cream, desserts and crepes facility. Help run. 1 Full time manager, 2 full time and 2 part time employees. Open only Wed thru Sun. Established 2015. Excellent location in busy popular food and tourist area. 1,333 sq. ft. plus outside patio seating. 44 seats. Lease through. 2018 sales $849,323. 2019 sales $758,834. Annual adjusted owner cash flow was $150,000. Business semi absentee run. Owner works 15 hrs p.w. 2020 sales- pre covid $107,954 for slow winter months of Jan +Feb' Reopened Aug, Sept and Nov + sales total $116,312. Initial start up costs exceeded $500,000.
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For Sale: Crepery, Curry Restaurant- Asset Sale, Can Convert In San Francisco, California
Contact: Cheryl Maloney : 415-309-2722 Cell, 415-309-2722 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 257671  Refreshed: 2/1/2021
Asking Price: $79,000  Down Payment: Call / Email  Annual SDC: Call / Email  Annual Gross: Call / Email
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Asset Sale, Training And Support
Great financial district/Embarcadero location. Favorable lease and terms. Type 2 hood, nicely set up for grab and go. 700 sf. Monthly rent $6,000. Negotiable lease. Located in a busy work area with inside bar seating and outdoor. Delicious crepes and curry. Excellent location.
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For Sale: French Cafe Restaurant - With Beautiful Patio In Laguna Hills, Orange County, California
Contact: Joey Kim: 213-255-1478 Cell, 213-255-1478 Text
Status: Active  Posting #: 259887  Refreshed: 12/27/2020
Asking Price: $248,000  Down Payment: $140,000  Annual SDC: $120,000  Annual Gross: $480,000
Attributes: Semi Absentee Run, Training And Support
6 day open coffee shop. Monday closed. Very famous French style brunch cafe with Beautiful patio in Laguna Hills for sale. Monthly rent $3,750 included NNN. With Alcohol license(Beer and wine) Monthly average sale: $40,000 & Monthly net income:$10,000(Before COVID). 18 year history.
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