Description About This Posting: Mexican Restaurant
This mexican restaurant is located in an extremely busy shopping center in central orange county and anchored with national tenants at a major intersection. The concept is walk-up counter service mexican food with a 41 liquor license, a large amount of to-go business and affordable rent. The menu consists of traditional mexican cuisine specializing in various tacos selections, super nachos and wet burritos. Locally supported, lunch and dinner are consistently steady as the venue is opened 7 days a week. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and the food is excellent! Equipment: type 1 hood system(12ft in length), walk in(9ft x 7ft), refrigerator reach-in, salsa bar, prep pantry stations, 3 compartment sink, plenty of shelving and storage areas.
Facilities & operations:
2,600 sq.ft. with seating for 63. Lease has almost 3 years on existing term rent is $4,600/month including nnn open from tues-thurs 9am-11pm, friday 9am-12am, sat 8am-12am, sun 8am-11pm
New owner can push marketing campaign for catering and to go orders. New owner can also enhance and increase in social media presence. There already is a loyal and consistent following at this venue.
Monthly sales $25,000 rent $4,700 payroll $8,000 cogs $8,000 misc $3,500 net income: $7,900 a month or $94,000 a year
To get more information about this Mexican Restaurant business for sale in
Orange County please phone Jerry Diza (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01113651) at 949-424-6065 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #248783 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Jerry Diza, make sure you email Jerry Diza above to get more info about this
Mexican Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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