French Bakery & Restaurant With Property

Listing ID: 700105615

Listing Title: French Bakery & Restaurant With Property

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Industry: Food and Beverage

Industry Segment: Other Food and Beverage

Country: Canada

State / Province: New Brunswick


City: Dieppe

Asking Price Range: $500K - $1.0M

Gross Revenues: Seller Will Provide

Cash Flow: Seller Will Provide

Cash Flow Type: EBITDA

Year Established: 2002

Number of Employees: 4 - 5

Business Description:
Superbly built in 2002, this well located French Bakery with 40 seat Restaurant for sale in Dieppe, NewBrunswick, seeks new owner. This profitable business has grown a reputation for keeping the Authentic French baking style alive, while offering an exquisite line of breads, viennoiseries, and pastries. Growth opportunities are endless for the business-minded Patissier who can smell opportunity and design the recipe of success. Add a liquor license, downsize the restaurant, change focus to cafe, or just add your personal touch to grow the established business. This 2,880 sq. ft. successful French bakery and restaurant opened its doors in November 2002 by a young couple from France. Dieppe has the highest wages per citizen in all of New Brunswick and is minutes from the Moncton International Airport. 2006 population of 18565, 30% growth since 2001 (80% francophones / 20% anglophones) The real estate is constructed of local white cedar from New Brunswick. The high beamed ceilings of the restaurant is reminiscent of a ski chalet in the French Alps. High visible presence in the community has helped this business become successful while marketing its quality baked goods such as real french croissants, breads, danishes and pastries - 50 different kinds. 260 Amirault St., Dieppe - Highway 106 - Busy business and growing Residential district - Strong Visability - 11 minutes to Moncton International Airport Asking Price: $650,000 Market Outlook and Competition: Dieppe has grown its population base by more than 30% in the past 7 years and continues to grow. Competition is considered average, and is mitigated by the quality of the location and newness of the building.

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