Last Revised: 9/9/19. Posting #: 254403
Key Words: korean, asian, bbq, korean bbq, alameda, convert
Financial Info: Price: $108,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: Call. Annual Revenues: Call. Seller only opens 5 days per week. Closed on Sunday and Monday. Open 7 days for more income. Beer & Wine License. Rent: 4,600/month. Seller's lease valid til 2022 plus 1 option for 5 years.
Profile: Well established Korean restaurant in a high traffic area. Facility equipped with Type 1 hood and grill. With BBQ machine in kitchen area, used to be an American style BBQ restaurant. Menu can be changed. This establishment also serves beer and wine. Property has accessibility to a private parking lot available to customers. Lots of to-go orders.
Seller only opens 5 days per week. Closed on Sunday and Monday.
Must see! Turn key business. Private parking space. 2 ADA bathroom.
Beer & Wine License.
Good lease: $4,600/month, includes up to 7 private parking spaces.
Seller's lease valid til 2022 plus 1 option for 5 years.
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