Description About This Posting: Sandwich Shop Franchise
This business is part of a very successful Southern California based food franchise that offers authentic Philadelphia steak sandwiches and hoagies as its main menu items. This location was newly built out in April 2014 and does not require any upgrades to the interior. The business occupies 1,696 sf in a high traffic retail center along with other well known anchor tenants.
The menu features a variety of steak sandwiches, pizza steaks, cheese steak hoagies, Philadelphia chicken sandwiches and authentic Philadelphia hoagies. Other menu items include burgers, fries, onion rings, and an assortment of soft beverages. What distinguishes this franchise from other sandwich shops is the fact that most of the ingredients used to prepare their steak sandwiches and hoagies are shipped directly from Philadelphia. They also import Franks Sodas, Wise Potato Chips, and TastyKake Cakes and Pies.
The owner works the business approximately 16 hours per week, with the full time manager and other well trained employees handling the operation of the business during the other opening hours. Sales have been consistently growing, with 2018 being the most successful year since the business opened.
The lease at this location is very favorable, with total monthly rent of $5,412. There is seating for 41 customers inside, with additional seating outside. The equipment has been well maintained and is in good working order. A new air conditioning unit was installed at opening. Over the past year, the seller has installed almost $12,000 in new equipment including a fryer, ice machine, worktop freezer, and sandwich table. A new POS System costing $3,000 was installed less than one year ago.
The cost of building out a new location can be as high as $400,000. This presents an excellent opportunity to step in as an owner/operator of a very successful franchise at a greatly reduced cost. Local training is offered by the franchise prior to the close of escrow, with full on-going support after.
The seller is retiring after the business is sold and is very motivated.
Note: Sales have continued increasing each month into 2019.
To get more information about this Sandwich Shop Franchise business for sale in
Orange County please phone Bob Baumgarten (Agent - BRE License #:01189294) at 949-588-8727 and 949-292-2008 - if you get
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