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Asking Price:
Annual Sales:
Cash Flow:
Inventory: $25,000**
FF&E: $125,000*
Real Estate: N/A
Employees: Experienced Team
Front/Back of House
Location: Colorado
**Not Included  


Business Description

Landmark Colorado (resort) restaurant with unique leasehold-improvements and asset-mix.  Menu format is very “Colorado”, fine dining that is casual, great for the family/group experience.  Excellent opportunity for an experienced Front-House operator, or new-industry entrant with management & marketing acumen.  Staff are experienced and well reviewed; great team.  Business (food, drinks, service, ambiance) rates very high in client reviews (“Best-Of”, Yelp, Trip Advisor, Urban Spoon…).  Restaurant is well maintained with a unique mountain feel to match the mix and presentation of the cuisine.  Well established in their market, the business is consistently rated well, and boasts an excellent location in a thriving downtown resort area.  Local area offers zero vacancy in the restaurant community, with little crossover in menu formats.  This business is well differentiated, including menu and drink selections.  Colorado cuisine with Western expression.  Owners are focused on FOH operations, and have assembled professional kitchen, management, & computer systems.

Business has strong two-season performance, mirroring the local visitation.  Popular with locals, second-homeowners, visitors, this business is highly rated and respected.  Business performs well within local restaurant industry metrics.  Financials are very professional, as are the computerized operational systems, website and brand.

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