Last Revised: 11/5/19. Posting #: 10248980
Key Words: cafe, bbq, barbecue, sacramento
Financial Info: Price $168,500. Grossed $187K last year on part-time business, and net owners over $100K.
Very low overhead now, no employees, rent is only $1,500/month. Add a full dinner menu, phone orders, 6 or 7 days a week, a website, Facebook, advertising, promotions to double the income.
Profile: Smoking hot BBQ restaurant.
Slow smoking BBQ meat is an American favorite. Everybody is always looking for that new, perfect BBQ place to eat. Now it can be your place they are coming to.
Well established BBQ restaurant in very busy part of town. Owners are retiring but will train new owners in all the secrets of barbecuing, smoking, rubs, sauces and more. They have a hole in the wall location but a very loyal BBQ lover clientele. Only open 5 days a week from 11am to 6pm, Tuesday through Saturday. Do you see an opportunity here? Add a full dinner menu, phone orders, 6 or 7 days a week, a website, Facebook, advertising, promotions? Doubling the business and income in your pocket are very real for this BBQ business. Or, would you like to keep the part-time hours with the full-time income of $100K+ per year off $190K gross sales. Price $168,500. And rent is only $1,500/month.
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