Last Revised: 8/7/19. Posting #: 249678
Key Words: restaurant, san francisco, type 47, type 48, bar
Financial Info: Must be priced $500,000 and under. Thank you.
Profile: Restaurant and Bar- Open kitchen concept 1200-2000 sq ft with walk-in or a place for a walk in to be installed, plenty of food storage, freezer and refrigerator space, Type 1 hood, 8 feet minimum length, Bar to sit at or a designated place to have one installed, 49 minimum seating capacity, must have a Type 47 or 48 liquor license, and in a desirable part of S.F. No Tenderloin or 6th St. area. Must be priced $500,000 and under. Thank you.
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