Description About This Posting: Wine Bar - Owner Retiring
Wine Enthusiasts: Own Your Own Dream Business!
Low, Low Rent Only $2,000; $1.40/sq. ft.
In the Hottest New Wine Area The Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country is now a wine tour destination for Europe, Asia, San Francisco, and LA.
Loyal Wine Club membership of nearly 1,500 regular customers.
$16,000 in Inventory (fluctuates) & over $50,000 in Fine Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment
1) Utilize the licensed commercial kitchen space to expand the food menu beyond current cheese and charcuterie selections. Can add hood & grease trap. Requests for cheese and charcuterie to-go. Expand to-go business.
2) Install Beer Tap System
3) Take full advantage of the Type 52 (wine catering) permit and pour wines off site at events. In demand for weddings and private parties.
4) Extend hours (permit allows to pour until 11 pm)
5) Take advantage of new wine/sake based spirits to create a craft cocktail menu
Owner Net: $80,386 (2017)
Gross Income: $401,820 (2017)
Basic Kitchen. Can add Hood & grease trap!
Total Monthly Rent | $2,000 Only $1.40 sq. ft! Very very low for this prime location!
Square Footage| 1,400 + Patio
Patio| 150 sq. ft. (Rent Free)
Occupancy | 51
Parking | 2 Reserved & Street Parking
Lease Ends | June 30, 2023
Options | (1) 5 year Option
Lease Assumable | Yes
Reason For Selling | Retirement
To get more information about this Wine Bar - Owner Retiring business for sale in
Santa Ynez Valley please phone Sharon Hills (Broker - BRE License #:00812736) at 805-899-2919 Cell - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #245695 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Sharon Hills, make sure you email Sharon Hills above to get more info about this
Wine Bar - Owner Retiring, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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