Description About This Posting: Cafe, Coffee Shop Restaurant- Casual, Comfort Food
Pasadena Restaurant-Hot Spot for Breakfast-Lunch. Make it Yours! Over $1,000,000 Sales-Beer & Wine
Price Reduced: Offered At $115,000
Location: Los Angeles County
Annual Revenue: $1,248,711
Annual Cash Flow: Contact For Info
Monthly Rent: $9,063 cams $2,036
Casual, American comfort food cafe serving breakfast all day, small plates, burgers, pizza, desserts and beer & wine with late night happy hours. Separate bar area, outdoor seating and comfortable dining room. In desirable area surrounded by restaurants, shops, theatres. Well equipped and upgraded throughout. Turn-key restaurant, open immediately with your name and menu. Some equipment includes: walk-in refrigerator, 10 ft. hood, grill, 2-6 burner stove tops with oven, fryer, refrigerated chef's drawers, refrigerated prep station, grease interceptor, ice machine, double door refrigerator and freezer, shelving racks, floor mixer, meat slicer, stacking convection ovens, dishwasher. separate storage room, patio tables and chairs, dining tables and chairs. POS system. ABC Type 41 beer & wine license. Name and menu are not included.
Current Owner: 2018
Employees: Contact For Info
Reason For Sale: Other Interests
To get more information about this Cafe, Coffee Shop Restaurant- Casual, Comfort Food business for sale in
Los Angeles County please phone Teri Craft (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01310250) at 310-667-6058 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
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Teri Craft, make sure you email Teri Craft above to get more info about this
Cafe, Coffee Shop Restaurant- Casual, Comfort Food, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale. Thank you.
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Mr. Fixen is a Certified Business Broker with over 20 years experience as a Fortune 500 executive manager, business owner and business broker. Ed is the president of BusinessQuest, a full-service business brokerage firm helping buyers and sellers throughout Southern California.
Assisting business buyers and sellers throughout Southern California with dedication and sincerity! Over 20 years business experience from Retail to Wholesale can help buyers variety of details for subject business. Since 2003 in business transaction field, over 100's business sold.
Having owned both retail and restaurant businesses for over 20 years, my interest turned to selling businesses rather than owning them. I specialize in Los Angeles & Orange County restaurants, fast food independents and chains, bars, & liquor stores. Call me direct at 714-292-5448 Cell/Text.
National Business Brokerage is a full service brokerage company that has been serving buyers and sellers of Southern California businesses since 1994. We are dedicated to providing the highest standards of professional service for our clients. Phone Bob direct at 949-292-2008.
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