Asheville restaurants for sale

Jason Sandford

Jason Sandford is a reporter, writer, blogger and photographer interested in all things Asheville.

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national_restaurant_properties_march_2015Here are the descriptions of a couple of Asheville restaurants for sale, courtesy of National Restaurant Properties. Let the speculation begin on the current names/locations of these places:

The best location in downtown Asheville

This is the premier location in the Central Business District of Asheville, located close to the new hotels and all downtown attractions. This restaurant has it all: great name recognition, high revenues, and plenty of parking nearby. The heavy foot traffic and natural ambiance of the business makes the restaurant popular with tourist and locals alike. The kitchen has a “like new” equipment package and the layout will support the existing concept or any conversion a buyer may want. A nice bar and seating for 100 customers make this turnkey restaurant the perfect size while still feeling open.

Asking Price: $659000.00

Great Outdoor Patio at this Cafe!!!

Perfect Size Cafe with bar in Asheville. This cafe has been recently remodeled with a new equipment package and looks brand new. Dining room seating permitted for seventy five with a new covered patio for additional seating. High traffic location with strong local demographics makes this restaurant attractive for maintaining the existing concept or converting it to your own. Plenty of parking in this strip center gives you the opportunity to attract the local customer who does not want to fight the crowds in the central business district. The purchase price of $89,000.00 makes this a great opportunity to get your own restaurant started.

Multiple Unit Pizza and Sub Restaurant

This is a great opportunity for the entrepreneur to own an already profitable business with growth potential. With better than expected cash flow for 2014 these restaurants are priced to sell.

Multiple unit Pizza and Sub restaurants for sale in the Asheville area. With two existing restaurants and one space leased with equipment on site that requires installation and staffing this is an opportunity for either a seasoned restaurant operator or entrepreneur to own a profitable business with steady growth potential. The owner mainly focuses on banking, accounting, and ordering product working approximately fifteen hours a week. The new unit will be strictly take out or delivery, the two existing units have dine in and delivery available. The restaurant has been opened for fourteen years and has a good reputation for a quality product at a good value. This is an easy to run profitable business that is primed for growth.

Purchase Price: $159,000.00

Can’t beat this great location!

Local favorite breakfast lunch restaurant in Asheville. With a premier location, comfortable floor plan with outdoor seating, the restaurant attracts both tourist and local clientele. The business has shown steady growth in sales over the years along with a strong cash flow.

The breakfast lunch menu has high quality items at a moderate price with beer, wine, organic coffee, and espresso included in this very popular menu. The kitchen has an efficient layout that can handle high volume during the peak rush periods. There is a opportunity for a new owner to increase revenues with additional hours of operations. The long term lease is very attractive and makes this business opportunity one of a kind.

Purchase price $269,000.00

Jason Sandford

Jason Sandford is a reporter, writer, blogger and photographer interested in all things Asheville.

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  1. jay April 10, 2015

    The pizza places sound like Frank’s.

  2. AVL-fan April 7, 2015

    Ho-hum, thought there might be some good (or ill) natured prognostications after your post but it seems not. I’m glad there are no takers.
    Foodservice, the most visible, volatile and talk-generating of the small businesses rises, falls or succeeds on its own merits. What’s the point to speculate? Why gossip? Why “out” a business when the restauranteurs just want to sell theirs?
    Perhaps we speculate when we buy and sell on a restaurant every time we eat out and that’s enough.

  3. MusicLover45 April 7, 2015

    I think the first one is Table for $659,000.

  4. Bill April 4, 2015

    Come on Jason, dig in a little and figure out what restaurants they are.

    (I’m just kidding….I’m sure they don’t want us to know).

    Congrats on 10 years!

    Loyal reader Bill


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