Restaurant Realty Company is pleased to report the sale of Primo Cafe in Lancaster, California. The restaurant for sale was marketed by Restaurant Realty Company and the transaction was completed in October. The terms of the transaction are confidential.
Well established, American Fare, casual dining restaurant with a full menu serving breakfast lunch and dinner. Type 41 License. 6000 sq. ft. building with large dining room, fireplace, separate bar area with dining room and patio. The Sport's Bar offers flat screen TV's, Monday Night Football and Happy Hour, offering a variety of wine based cocktails, as well as, well priced food and appetizers. Hookah is offered on the patio. They open 7 days a week from 6am. The restaurant features newer carpet, booths and new POS system. Busy shopping center on main street. Equipment includes: 33 foot hood, 2 Sunfire 6 burner stoves, Sunfire broiler and grill, 6 ft. flat grill, 2ft char broiler, 3 deep fryers, walk-in freezer. walk-in fridge, auto slicer, Taylor soft serve counter top machine, 6ft. salad prep table, under counter 2 door freezer, food warmer, 4ft salad table, 4 ft. steam table, under counter refrigeration under entire cook line, 1500 lb ice maker, 3 door bar cooler, 2 door bar cooler, food warmer in the bar, cheese slicer, grinder, waffle iron, food warmer box. Two 65" TV's, three 52" TV's, three 27" TV's and one 42" TV. Storage area, office and delivery door.
If you are interested in buying or selling a restaurant in Lancaster or leasing a restaurant space in Lancaster or anywhere else in California, please contact Restaurant Realty Company. Restaurant Realty specializes exclusively in the sales, acquisitions and leasing of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Our listings include restaurant real estate, restaurant related businesses for sale, restaurant franchises for sale, and restaurant space for lease. If you are ready to sell a restaurant, bar or nightclub in Lancaster or anywhere in California, please contact us to start packaging your listing for a successful sale like the former owners of Primo Cafe.