The Grapevine BYO family pizza restaurant has presented an exciting opportunity for new owners. This location has been a popular and established pizzeria for 30 years, with current young and innovative owners having worked hard over the past three years to renovate with a fresh contemporary/modern look. All of the hard yards have been done ready for you to walk in, make quality pizza's on new equipment and enjoy the coastal lifestyle.
Recent upgrades to the business are complete new fitout including kitchen and dining equipment. Active facebook page with over 600 current followers. Modern professional web site with database catchment for communication with clients (mail outs/ txt messages). Menulog and Eat Now online ordering system, the only food business offering this service in the Merimbula area.
The premises has council approval for use of outdoor alfresco spaces at the front of shop and rear for boardwalk/lakeside dining. Full on-premises liquor license covering both inside and allocated alfresco dining areas 7 days per week.
New 5 year lease in place with a special rate fixed for the term.
If it's your dream to live the coastal lifestyle, enjoy the customer the service industry's social aspects, and LOVE a good Pizza.... call Chrisi on 0414 408 867 today for full inventory, financial information and to arrange an inspection.
Property Code: 336
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