Description About This Posting: Italian Restaurant With Type 47 Liquor License
This welcoming, classic-style Italian restaurant and property is located in Visalia, California. The city is most commonly known for its globally recognized Sequoia National Park, attracting tourists from all parts of the country. On top of having a highly sought after corner location, this business is conveniently situated near the convention center, commercial areas, parks, nearby high schools, and near large residential areas. The Class A location is also right next to the freeway, making the restaurant easy to access.
The restaurant features mouth-watering pasta dishes offering various types of meats or non-meat options that guests refer to as delicious, comfort-style, Italian home cooking. The kitchen even custom-makes pasta dishes for guests who are looking to put their own twist on their dishes. With their Type 47 license, the restaurant offers a large selection of wines available by the glass or bottle along with refreshingly delicious cocktails offered at the bar.
This restaurant is being sold with the property it sits on. The restaurant itself is 4000 square feet in total with a capacity of 160 people. It has a large dining area accompanied by patio-seating. Buying the land and maintaining the restaurant's great sales history can allow for a new owner to take advantage of high profits.
With the restaurant having been around for over 50 years, the business has built a loyal, returning customer base. Not only that, but the restaurant has over 1,300 followers on Facebook with over 200 recommendations to go in and try the food.
FACILITIES & OPERATIONS:
This restaurant has 4000 square feet with large indoor seating and patio seating offered. The restaurant is being sold with as a property as well. The entire lot size of is just over 10,700 square feet.
CURRENT MANAGEMENT & LABOR:
The restaurant has clean books that reflect costs and sales of the restaurant accurately.
Please complete a confidentiality agreement on-line at www.PacificRestaurantBrokers.com and we'll send you detailed information on this business. Thank you.
To get more information about this Italian Restaurant With Type 47 Liquor License business for sale in
Visalia please phone Jerry Diza (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01113651) at 949-424-6065 - if you get
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Italian Restaurant With Type 47 Liquor License, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
Related Links And Information Regarding This Posting
Liquor license brokerage and consulting services. We provide: Alcohol License Transfers Application Consulting & Processing, Liquor License Purchases & Sales, City Zoning Permits & Land Use Entitlements, Public Convenience or Necessity Findings and Letters. Phone Mike Brewer direct at 800-437-1100.
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McGovern Escrow Services, Inc., is a leading independent escrow company. We are a trusted partner with our clients, assisting them through the tangled bulk sale & liquor license transfer process. We provide attentive, quality & innovative customer service. Phone Elizabeth McGovern at 415-735-3645.
California Business Escrow, Inc. is a full service independent escrow company serving all of California and has expertise in a wide range of escrows. Our team prides itself on providing an exceptional escrow experience. For more info phone Diane Boudreau-Tschetter at 888-383-3331 or 209-838-1100.
Mark has a broad range of small business purchase & sale experience from analyzing potential acquisition targets to successfully guiding buyers and sellers through the purchase & sale of small businesses. Mark can assist with contracts, negotiations, legal matters, etc. Reach Mark at 949-478-8393.
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