Short Profile: Gorgeous Chinese Restaurant is located in Monterey Bay, no competition around. Seller claims current gross sale around $40,000 per month. Net income $4000 per month. 3 employees plus owner, open 11:00am to 9:00pm, 7 days a week. Buyer can convert into other concept. Email contact.
Short Profile: The food is extremely delicious and this is definitely a place to get a quick bite. This place is definitely a hidden gem and a local treasure and a relatively undiscovered gem in Ventura. The food is so flavorful and absolutely amazing and second to none. The food is the top quality. Email contact.
Short Profile: Price Reduction. Monterey by the Sea-4,000 sq ft Prestigious Restaurant & Bar- Hard Liquor License. Exceptional reputation as a dining experience for the many guests these past 23 years. Monthly rent $12,000 includes NNN. Lease has 10 years remaining. Seats 120. ABC type 47 hard liquor lic. included Email contact.
Short Profile: Best sub sandwiches franchise. Made from high quality ingredients. This is a great place to come grab a quick healthy food and there are lots of options to choose from. This is a well known and one of the fastest growing franchises. Email contact.
Short Profile: Perfect opportunity for chef or food entrepreneur. Well established, profitable, excellent reputation, easy-to-run. Low risk with huge upside opportunity to meet the local demand for fine food and wine.Located "next door" to a well-known resort community and in the heart of four popular golf resorts Email contact.
Short Profile: This Deli was established in 1975. Current owner since 2005. Owner is retiring after years of successful operation. Business is located in a big office park with good mixture of government offices & private businesses. 1,437 sq. ft., no NNN, current rental is $3044,84, annual rent increase by 3%. Email contact.
Short Profile: Asset Sale of a operational "take out & dine in" quality fast food. Exceptional equipment priced very low. This is one of those real opportunities. Photos tell the story. Great Low Price. Buyer must qualify for a new lease or assignment. Only qualified and experienced operators. Email contact.
Short Profile: Successful deli & coffee shop for more than 20 years. Financial district. (didn't work out as a liquor store. Now closed.) all refrigeration, furniture, salad bar, sinks, etc. Included. In compliance with health department. Owner will pay rent for several months while buyer sets up to open. Email contact.
Short Profile: Brand New Built Turn-Key Restaurant! Brand new built with all T.I. plumbing, freezer, cooler, tables, chairs, pots, pans, glassess, cups fixures, etc. Spent over $300,000+. Size: approx. 2,816 sq. ft. Brand New Lease. Please contact me for more detail information. Great location! Email contact.
Short Profile: This is an asset sale and this business is an absentee owner. This is by far the best place ever for Poke in Ventura and definitely a hidden Gem. This is a great place to come grab a quick and healthy lunch and there are lots of good options to choose from. Email contact.
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