Description About This Posting: Hawaiian BBQ Restaurant
Grab this highly popular and busy Non-franchise Hawaiian BBQ fast casual restaurant at an asset sale price.
No royalty or advertising fees to cut into your profits.
Seller sold a successful Fast Casual Hawaiian BBQ Restaurant and opened this location on May 1, 2019.
With no advertising, it grossed about $20,000 in June, 2019.
Unfortunately, Seller's ill parent forces seller to relocate and sell this beautiful location at a quick sale price with new and like-new equipment.
Perfect for an entrepreneur like you to enjoy the pride of owning your own business and being your own boss.
It's easy to run with low labor costs and a turn-key operation.
Local patrons can't wait to savor the yummy grilled BBQ faire in this bright, colorful and tastefully decorated eatery for all ages.
This family restaurant has great potential located in a major shopping center near national big box stores, auto dealerships, auto repair and maintenance shops and nestled among residential communities whose residents love that fresh and healthy Hawaiian taste in generous portions.
Off an Interstate Freeway in a diverse demographic family area.
Seats 24 inside and 8 outside.
Fully equipped kitchen, including a new large walk-in cooler, new refrigerator, new ice machine, new large stand alone grill, 10 foot Hood, all barely used in pristine condition.
The cost to build a similar restaurant could be as high as 2-3 times the asking price.
Good Lease until 2027 + (2) five year options to renew. Current rent and CAM is reasonable at about $3.60 PSF.
Can change concept to a non-competing cuisine in center subject to Landlord approval.
Stop by to see how busy this recently built location but please don't talk to the employees.
To get more information about this Hawaiian BBQ Restaurant business for sale in
Los Angeles County Area please phone Amy Eng (Broker - BRE License #:01995716) at 562-402-2686 and 323-896-1264 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #255047 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Amy Eng, make sure you email Amy Eng above to get more info about this
Hawaiian BBQ Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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