Last Revised: 11/6/19. Posting #: 10249165
Key Words: pizza, pizzeria, sacramento
Financial Info: The restaurant is 1,200 sq. ft. and rents for $3,800/month. Price was $125,000, Reduced To $99,000. Doing $150,000 gross sales is low for such a great pizza restaurant, and netting out $36,000 is low too.
Profile: News! Starbucks is going in next door, a huge traffic draw plus and new Mexican cantina across the parking lot. Iconic longtime well established brick oven pizza restaurant that makes it's own gourmet pizza. No cheap franchise cardboard pizza here. We have our own secret sauce and secret dough recipes to be passed on to the new owners. Our clients always rave about how good the sauce is and how the pizza crust is the best they ever had. We know we are good. Local CBS promoted us as best pizza and we are rated in the top 10 locally.
We have thick and thin crust and Chicago style pizzas plus all the favorite things that go with pizza, including cheesy bread sticks, chicken wings, salads, soda, beer and wine. The owner here is too busy running other businesses and this one is left to stand on it's own feet and reputation. New management needs to crank this place back up to it's glory days. Present the friendliest customer service, like the kids at Chick-Fil-A, owner and managers glad hand the customers, advertise, run coupons, promote group sales with soccer, little league etc., get on Facebook and other internet media.
Put in full-time hours, 4PM to 9PM only gets you one income stream for dinner hours. Start at 11AM and have a lunch special that can't be beat and create an entirely new income stream. Pizza delivery alone cranks pizza sales, some stores doing 50% of their business as delivery.
Doubling or tripling this business is a real possibility. Doing $150,000 gross sales is low for such a great pizza restaurant, and netting out $36,000 is low too. The restaurant is 1,600 sq. ft. and rents for $3,800/month. Price was $125,000. Now dropped to only $99,000. Act today.
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