Description About This Posting: Italian Restaurant
Encino Italian Restaurant-Prime Ventura Blvd Location-Full Liquor-Covered Patio $1,500,000 Sales
Asking Price: Offered At $340,000
Location: Los Angeles County Annual Revenue: $1,510,377
Annual Cash Flow: Contact For Info
Monthly Rent: $16,607 includes triple net
Turn Key-established Italian restaurant with a lovely atmosphere, good visibility and great reviews. ABC Type 47 license for full liquor. Popular neighborhood spot for lunch, dinner and happy hour. The restaurant features a well appointed, inviting bar with liquor/wine storage, covered patio & attractive decor and furnishings throughout; including mosaic tiles, beautiful woods and granite table tops. Completely remodeled in 2009 with the finest materials and equipment. This makes for a turn key restaurant with established clientele and good sales. The shopping center provides 24 hour security and ample parking. Seating accommodates 50 inside and 60 outside. Open Monday thru Friday for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Very well equipped with: New POS system/3 tablets, Wood burning pizza oven with separate hood, 16 ft. hooded cook line with sprinklers, 10 burner stove top with over, 6 burner stove with oven, grill, charbroiler, fryer, pasta boiler, walk-in cooler, 2 door freezer, 2 salamanders, 2 microwaves, 4 chef's drawers, 2 door under counter fridge, dough machine, meat slicer, 3, 5ft refrigerated prep tables, Hobart floor mixer, ice machine, grease interceptor. Bar includes: 2-TV's, wall wine storage, 3 tap kegerator, espresso machine, coffee machine, under counter freezer, glass washing machine, 2 jockey boxes, bar stools, cocktail tables. Other furnishings include: 3 ceiling fans, 4 floor heaters, 3 ceiling/wall heaters, vinyl covering for patio, tables, chairs, booth seating and 5 pillowed couches, sound system and speakers. Separate dishwashing area and storage.
Current Owner: 2009
Reason For Sale: Other Interests
Monthly Revenue: $125,865
Monthly Cash Flow: call for info
Annual Revenue: $1,510,377
Annual Cash Flow: Contact For Info
Payroll: Contact For Info
Monthly Revenue: $125,865
To get more information about this Italian Restaurant business for sale in
Encino, Los Angeles County please phone Teri Craft (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01310250) at 213-493-8855 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #249802 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Teri Craft, make sure you email Teri Craft above to get more info about this
Italian Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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