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Fattoush Restaurant is For Sale

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Noe Valley Middle Eastern Restaurant Fattoush has a circular indoor bar area, a 40-seat outdoor patio (with a wine bar!), sidewalk seating and a rather large 40-seat dining room. Now owner Abed Amas has put it on the market. See the full Craigslist posting with broker contact info here. The flashy Picasa web gallery—complete with faux window wall mural shots— is here.

Now for the numbers game, the monthly rent is $5,216.73 and the price tag is currently hovering around 250K. Also note the unexpectedly popular brunch at Fattoush Middle Eastern Cuisine. Since the restaurant is staying open for business for the near future, you can still pop in for weekend French toast on the patio. Or pay your respects at dinner time, until further notice.

Fattoush Restaurant - FOR SALE
Date: 2011-10-10, 9:50AM PDT
Reply to: sale-gkwqc-2642234880@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]
Location: 1361 Church Street Noe Valley

Website: www.fattoush.com

Space: Approximately 1,500 square feet

Seats: 96 total. 40 in dining room. 40 in patio. 16 at front sidewalk

Liquor License: Type 41

Lease: Initial term through May 31, 2016. Plus two five-year options through May 31, 2026

Rent: Current monthly rent is $5,216.73

Sales Price: Contact broker

Comments: Beautiful outdoor patio renovated in 2008 features a wine bar. Restaurant currently operating and prospects should not talk to employees.

Contact: BBG, Ltd. DRE# 01290704 Bruce Breitman DRE# 00658377 415-435-4506

The information in this ad has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. However, neither BBG, Ltd. nor Bruce Breitman can be held responsible for any errors or omissions. Buyers should independently verify the information in this ad.

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