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Description About This Posting: Franchise Bakery Cafe Coffee Shop
This is a well-known international, franchise, fast casual bakery-cafe founded in 1988 specializing in french-inspired goods.This bakery cafe that offers a variety of fresh baked goods,cakes,sandwiches,cofee,foods,beverages and other products and related good compatible with the franchisor's concept.
In addition to chef-inspired cakes, pastries, sandwiches and signature coffee, they offer a unique parisian experience to thousands of customers daily. Today, there are over 3,000 locations worldwide, satisfying cravings and taste buds of all ages and backgrounds.
This location opened in 2016
Over the past year business has done about $1.6Mil in gross revenue and going up each month.
Open 7 days a week 7am to 9pm.
Located in a very busy and surrounding popular shopping center is this 3,077 sq ft (42 seating inside) bakery with outside seating as common area.
Rent is $10,769.5 per month NNN
10 year lease plus option
10 year franchise agreement, royalty fees
15 pt and 10 ft employees
Payroll cost about 27%, food cost about 42% based on 2018 tax report (seller is working on bringing down to less than 35%)
Fully equipped kitchen systems
Dedicated bake are/Bake oven/Ample prep area/Walk in cooler
All equipment included in the price
Great curb appeal and exposure
Training will be provided
This location is the first Sacramento, California location that opened.
Great opportunity to take over a turn key location with high sales
To receive additional information, call Sang Kang at the phone number above to complete NDA form or leave a voice message.
Upon agreement to visit the business,we request that you DO NOT ASK EMPLOYEES QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SALE OF THE BUSINESS.
To get more information about this Franchise Bakery Cafe Coffee Shop business for sale in
Sacramento please phone Sang Kang (Broker - BRE License #:CA) at 925-200-3939 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #255743 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Sang Kang, make sure you email Sang Kang above to get more info about this
Franchise Bakery Cafe Coffee Shop, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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