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Restaurants For Sale in Dallas

Eden Restaurant on Lovers Lane. $495,000. [Long live chef Karen A. Kahn’s sage burger.]

Preston Center Neighborhood Restaurant Profitable. $200,000
An upscale Italian/Continental restaurant in the prestigious Preston Center of Dallas, Texas and serving Preston Hollow (wealthiest neighborhood in Dallas). Established in 1987, this restaurant has been a profitable, neighborhood eatery from the start and maintains EXCELLENT books and records. Regular patrons have included Dallas Who’s Who including Ross Perot, President George W Bush, Ed Cox (SMU-Cox School of Business), The Levy family, The Dickey family (of BBQ fame) and T. Boone Pickens, and The Cullums.  [Café Expresso?]

Famous Neighborhood Bar and Restaurant. $775,000. (opened 1993)

Jump for Italian, Salvadorian, Mexican, and Indian options.

Cash Flowing N Dallas Cafe Boasts Excellent Food. $175,000.

Beautiful No. Dallas, Italian Restaurant, Hot Loc, Seats 93 w/Bar. $229,000. This is an Italian Restaurant with great ambiance, the pasta aroma makes you hungry and the atmosphere makes you want to sit down and enjoy your favorite drink from the full bar and enjoy a leisure Italian Lunch or Dinner. The food is wonderful and the service is superb. Everything is made fresh to order.

Dallas Chinese Restaurant in Uptown. $219,000 Located in a prime night life area where the traffics are high and the orders are in for good Chinese Foods. It has been in business in same location for 26 years and they have remodeled the place about 10 years ago. The original rent is actually $7,000 including NNN but for one full year the landlord has given them some break due to the recession. 50% of the business is dine in and another 50% of takes outs and deliveries. There is no catering. There are 6 full time and 6 part time but 4 of the part time are the waiters and waitress and they take $2.15 plus tips.

Irish Pub With Consistent $2 million Revenue. $1,500,000. It s that perfect combination of factors that have come together to create one of the finest and most popular new eating and drinking establishments in North Texas. This operation has only been open since November of 2007, but still managed to exceed $2 million in gross sales in 2008, with revenues split almost 50/50 between food/alcohol!

Hamburger Restaurant with Real Estate. $950,000 Purdy’s

Well Established Tex-Mex Restaurant/Bar for Sale. Reduced to $125,000. Profitable restaurant/bar is located in a growing community just East of Plano, Texas. In 2005 the owner started the business as a small take out business and has grown it into a profitable full service restaurant/bar. The business specializes in authentic Mexican cuisine highlighting the flavor, culture and the spirit of family traditions. The restaurant is known to have the largest Tequila Bar in the North Dallas area. Gross Sales for January through May 2009 are approximately $312,168.00.

Great Salvadorian/Mexican Restaurant. $79,000  The restaurant is amazing. It is clean, and it also has a see through kitchen that serves great food. The restaurant has cozy interior design, beautiful paintings, great floor work, and nice dining tables along with comfortable chairs for up to 125 customers to enjoy their tasting food

Indian Restaurant in North Dallas Area.$300,000. Established over 2 1/2 years. Indian Cuisine, reasonably priced. Great buffet, or off the menu. Popular place for private parties

6 comments on “Restaurants For Sale in Dallas

  1. I beg to differ….have had the two worst meals of my life at Eden Cafe! Also have a couple of friends who’ve had the same experience. Good riddance to that rotten food!

  2. Last year we enjoyed Eden’s Thanksgiving buffet @ $30.00/person and BYOB, too. The food was delicious and reminiscent of dinner my mother would make. The service, however, needs improvement. Last week I received an e-mail noting that Eden is offering the Thanksgiving buffet like last year and keeping the price, too.

  3. I’m with gjg2917 on this one. Eden had potential, but the food and atmosphere just wasn’t/isn’t up to par.