The business comes turnkey and offered at less than asset value as it is in the second year of its start-up. It requires an owner/operator to take it to the next profit level. The meticulously conceived interior boasts $180,000 in leasehold improvements and $160,000 in Furniture Fixtures & Equipment. Financials are through November 2019. This not-too-casual, not-too-formal Italian restaurant serves a full menu of authentic Italian pizzas, pastas and desserts. From the street, customers and passer-byes, are beckoned by the aromatic savory smells wafting through the door. Stepping inside, décor gives the customers the feeling they have been ushered into an eatery right off the streets of Italy. Offering something for everyone, patrons can bring the kids for pizza and enjoy a delectable Italian meal. Customers can dine-in, order and pick up or order for delivery.
IBIS World December 2018 Reports that the Italian Restaurants industry is mature, providing a widely accepted cuisine to downstream consumers.
This business is poised for growth. Revisiting the menu prices and putting an owner/operator at the helm will help increase the margins. Additional promotions could boost visibility, community awareness to reach new customers.
Will train for 4 weeks @ $0 cost
Not able to focus on this growth phase of the restaurant
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