Description About This Posting: Japanese Restaurant
Long Established 4800 Sq Ft Sacramento Metro Area Japanese Restaurant With Beer & Wine License
Asking Price: $725,000
Location: Sacramento Metro Area, El Dorado County, California
Yearly Revenue: $1,815,600
Yearly Cash Flow: $244,992
Monthly Rent: 11060 + 2600 CAM's
Since 2005 this Japanese restaurant has been offering the finest Sushi along with many Japanese specialties. In late 2014 the owner expanded into next door to increase capacity to 240 seats and reached $1.9 million in annual sales. After 12 years the owner now wishes to sell his jewel restaurant business and concentrate on other opportunities. See the photo's and view the quality product served at this restaurant.
The dining room is separated into 2 rooms with corner nooks and an assortment of square and large round party tables in a modern and spacious ambience serving the discerning clientele of this upscale area of the Sacramento Metro area. The kitchen is loaded with a walk-in cold room, extraction hood and fire suppression system with stoves, ovens and an array of refrigeration displays for the freshest fish. Intimate dinner for two, parties of eight and private areas for larger events are all catered. Large floodlit parking lot for 100+ vehicles complete the offering along with a lease available until 2034. Fill out the Non Disclosure Agreement' and we will send you the name and address, financial information, lease, photos & a full list of equipment. We'll also send you the Broker's contact information so you can discuss this opportunity in more detail.
Organization: Corporation | Year Established: 2005 | Current Owner: 2005 | Employees: 35 | Seating: 240 | Square Footage: 4800 | Parking: 100+ | Licenses Required: Business, Health and ABC Type 41 License | Days Open/Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11.30am - 9.30pm Friday & Saturday 11.30am - 10.30pm | Reason For Sale: Other Interests |
To get more information about this Japanese Restaurant business for sale in
Sacramento Metro Area please phone Steve Zimmerman (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01310250) at 415-945-9701 - if you get
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Japanese Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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