Description About This Posting: Quick Serve Poke Restaurant
Modern Well Designed Quick Serve Poke Concept in the Sacramento Area.
This Poke Restaurant is in a busy retail center in an affluent neighborhood in the Sacramento area.
This is a recently built Poke concept. Perfect for the family or owner operator or 2nd location.
Modern and Eye-catching with comfortable and cozy seating with counter order design. The counter design or the Poke restaurant is well designed and very appealing to customers.
Increase sales with exposure via social marketing and an online presence.
Includes everything Name, equipment, recipes etc. Turnkey ready for a new Owner to step in without any downtime or convert to your concept.
The owner did a nice job with this space it wasn't cheap. Everything is like new and sellers have spent over $100K on this Poke concept. Make this restaurant yours for a fraction of the cost spent on the build out.
Many other restaurants in the center which makes for a visually appealing for customers looking for lunch or dinner.
Sales $141,198 for 6.5 months in business 2nd half of 2018. Average monthly sales of $21,723 annualized, would be approx. $260,676 for 12 month period.
Cost of goods & Labor are both higher than average and is fairly typical for a new operation. With proper management of prime costs, a prudent operator could manage a 5% or more reduction per line item.
If you have experience and are looking for an opportunity to save the initial costs & time to build out a restaurant, this could be an opportunity for you!
Tax returns not yet available, buyer to verify.
A growing business has not done much advertising.
Lease $2,880 includes NNN for 1,200 sq. ft.
Reason: Seller has other obligations to attend to.
To get more information about this Quick Serve Poke Restaurant business for sale in
Sacramento County please phone Scott Beaton (Intermediary, Agent - BRE License #:01853968) at 916-622-5897 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #253534 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Scott Beaton, make sure you email Scott Beaton above to get more info about this
Quick Serve Poke Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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