Last Revised: 9/15/19. Posting #: 240990
Key Words: restaurant, coffee, cafe, kiosk, yolo
Financial Info: Price: $120,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: Call. Annual Revenues: Call.
Profile: Here is your opportunity to step into a really nice cafe in an excellent location!
This coffeehouse cafe is the go to place for employees in the area who would otherwise have to drive to find coffee options. There is a large stable base of customers within walking distance nearby.
The coffeehouse is known for its relaxing atmosphere and great coffee and espresso drinks. It has a simple of menu of pastry and baked goods, sandwiches, panini and fresh salads to complement the coffee.
The compact but functional kitchen is set up with brewers, grinders and a double head espresso machine for coffee production, as well as a small prep area, panini grill, refrigeration and all the equipment you need to produce a simple menu. This kitchen does not have a hood, but the owner has designed a menu that takes full advantage of what is allowed within health department rules.
The cafe space is approx 1,250 sq. ft. with total rent of approximately $2,656 per month which includes electricity, water & garbage. The lease goes through August 2022. Kiosk could be sold as a stand alone for $35K asking price.
The owners have enjoyed owning the business and serving customers but demanding family obligations means the time has come to sell. This coffeehouse would make a great business for a first-time buyer with some coffee or food industry experience, or a great business for a working owner who prefers simple business that allows them freedom in their schedule.
Interested? Please request a confidentiality agreement/NDA form to get started.
Once we receive your confidentiality agreement, we will send you information with the address and other details.
This is a confidential listing so please do not disturb the business. Tours are by appointment only.
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