Description About This Posting: Pita Pit Franchised Restaurant
Turnkey business opportunity for a well established "Pita Pit" franchised restaurant. This location is in very good and dynamic demographics of Orange County. It offers 1440 sq. ft of restaurant space with wrap around (2 sides) outside patio tables for dine in customers. Current owners are absentee spending no more than 10 hrs a week with a resident manager and team of 10 part time employees. Location was built and opened in June 2016 by the current owners and ever since is enjoying good growth year over year for past 2 years with as much as over 20% of their sales revenues generated from outside sales using various services such as Uber Eats, Door Dash, GrubHub, Postmates and more.
Fresh healthy eating is the new market trend and Pita Pit is the future of quick, fresh, healthy food for the young and high energy customer base. Pita Pit founder rolled out the very first Pita in 1995 in Kingston Ontario, Canada to provide a healthy alternative to fast food. There are over 240 Pita Pit locations across the country and over 580 locations worldwide. It is ranked #32 in Entrepreneur Magazines List of American Top Franchises. The franchisor support is exceptional with emphasis on Online Ordering Assistance and Delivery/Catering Options to capture additional sales growth using social media platform.
This location offers low affordable rent and long lease terms that is well suited for increased profitability for the new owners. Buyers will go through franchisor mandated training before taking possession. Sellers are quite well organized to provide proper due diligence and shall be happy to extend limited consulting for a smooth transition. This is easy to manage restaurant with possible bank financing for qualifiable buyer candidate. Interested party to please fill out the Non-Disclosure Form for more information.
To get more information about this Pita Pit Franchised Restaurant business for sale in
Orange County please phone Bob Jhala (Agent - BRE License #:01511891) at 951-818-8907 - if you get
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