Description About This Posting: Grocery Market With Kitchen
This Pico-Robertson area general grocery market boasts an onsite kitchen, complete with a hood, deep fryer, 8 burner stove, a specialty oven, a food prep table and the requisite sinks. This provides the store venue to showcase its retail offerings with an onsite restaurant, with seating for approximately 10 patrons. The kitchen has a 3 door and a 2 door cooler and a 2 door freezer, while the market and restaurant have a warm and hot food display cases, 2 reach in coolers and three aisles of food shelving.
This 2,000 square foot facility leases for $4,700 per month on a lease with 1 year remaining and options to be negotiated in the sale. All of the business's furniture, fixtures, equipment and goodwill will be included in the sale. Inventory need not be acquired as the retail concept may necessarily change.
While competition exists in the area, there is no direct competition for this exact food market and restaurant concept. With that said, management may wish to modify the concept at they deem appropriate.
New operators may take this opportunity in any number of directions. Given the market and restaurant venue's proximity to the Beverlywood Kosher area as well as the Fairfax Ethiopian district, new management may wish to modify the concept to parallel these area favorites. With that said, the venue may also flourish as combination market and restaurant catering to other ethnicities (e.g. Hispanic, Filipino, Thai, Middle Eastern, Caribbean, Italian, British, Russian, etc.) or to those with dietary preferences (e.g. kosher, vegan, gluten free, raw, etc.).
To get more information about this Grocery Market With Kitchen business for sale in
Los Angeles County please phone Ryan Clark (Broker) at 310-652-8353 - if you get
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