5 Restaurants For Sale in Mississauga
Published January 17, 2017 at 4:58 am
Have you ever wanted to buy a restaurant?
If you’re in the market to create a brand new concept that’s all your own or take over a successful, tried and true operation that’s just looking for a new owner, you might be surprised to find a plethora of resto-for-sale listings on MLS.
Here’s a few exciting ones that we stumbled upon during a casual search of www.realtor.ca.5) Bistro Narra
So, this one is a little surprising–but definitely exciting for any prospective restaurateur! For $149,000, you can own this upscale Churchill Meadows resto that boasts high-end equipment and a bustling location. According to the listing, the resto brings in about $8,000 a week in sales.4) Popular Italian Restaurant
For $110,000, this Streetsville area Italian joint could be yours. The restaurant is well-established, fully-equipped and frequented by loyal clientele. The location also boasts a good locations and ample available parking.3) Dairy King Ice Cream
It might be kind of fun to own this little gem for $118,888. Not to be confused with Dairy Cream or Dairy Queen, the well-known ice cream shop seats 16 people inside and offers a outdoor seating in the summer. It’s a bit of a landmark, so loyal clientele should come built in.2) Tosca Ristorante
If you want to run an established Italian bistro, you can purchase this space for what appears to be a $1 (you might want to contact the listing agent on that one). The resto is located in a busy Meadowvale plaza with good foot traffic, busy neighbours (such as Boston Pizza and Tim Hortons) and ample parking. The kitchen is fully equipped, so it’s a turnkey operation.1) Saki Sushi
Fo $250,000, you can own this popular Japanese resto in the busy Grand Park Plaza. The location is pretty top notch, as the plaza attracts a ton of residents looking to dine and shop and it’s close to a new-ish high-rise condo. The restaurant is fully equipped and chattels are included in the price.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies