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Contact: Steve Zimmerman at 650-823-6174, 650-823-6174 - Log In To Message/Email This Contact
Last Revised: 10/24/19. Posting #: 10249151
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Financial Info: Offered at $450,000. Revenue (Pro Forma 2019): $1,262,582, SDE (Pro Forma 2019): $172,168, Lease: Rent - $9,500/month. Lease expires 6/30/2022. Partial seller financing available for the right buyer. All equipment is included in the sale price.
Profile: This is an excellent opportunity to own a profitable bistro in Bergen County.

This restaurant is strategically located on the corner of the two busiest streets in the downtown area of an upscale town in Bergen County, New Jersey. This town has long been known for attracting restaurant goers for its creative and delectable food offerings. Established in 2007, this bistro has been serving residents of Northern New Jersey with a wonderful variety of small plates for dinner six days a week and lunch on Saturday and Sunday. The large menu that has something for every taste includes a wide variety of starters, salads, seafood, meat and mouthwatering desserts all presented beautifully. Catering for private parties and events is available at the home or office upon request. The restaurant offers a selection of varietals of California wine from a popular winery in full and half bottles.

The facility consists of the main floor of 1,900 square feet accompanied by a basement of equal size. The restaurant seats ninety inside and has ample outdoor seating that can accommodate up to fifty-eight comfortably. All equipment is included in the sale price. The restaurant is fully staffed. The owner spends about 30% of his time in the restaurant only to manage the required paperwork such as accounts payable. The experienced staff includes a full-time floor manager, five kitchen workers and a wait staff. Unlike many restaurant opportunities, the buyer will not need to be a chef. Recipes are in place and the kitchen staff is experienced in preparing them to perfection. However, if the buyer chooses to take a more active role in the restaurant, they will realize cost savings. The restaurant currently serves dinner six days a week and lunch two days a week which provides an opportunity to expand the lunch offering.

The restaurant is approximately 1900 square feet on the main floor plus a basement of equal size. The main dining area holds 108 people. The corner location allows for outdoor seating outdoor on two sides of the restaurant that can hold an additional 58 people. All equipment is owned by the seller. All owned equipment is included in the listing price.

Revenue (Pro Forma 2019): $1,262,582
SDE (Pro Forma 2019): $172,168
Employees: 1 full-time Manager, 14 full-time/part-time Kitchen staff, 7 Wait staff. Staff numbers can vary from week to week.
Lease: $9,500/month. Lease expires 6/30/2022
Service: Tuesday – Friday: Dinner, Saturday – Saturday: Lunch & Dinner.

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