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Buffalo NY Restaurant For Sale Burgers, Wings, Kogi, Pizza Restaurant
Buffalo NY Turn Key Restaurant Burgers, Wings, Kogi, Pizza...
High Volume Burgers, Wings, Kogi, Pizza... Restaurant Business. Sales including real estate, all fixtures, furniture & equipment, totally remodeled in 2013, everything in place and in good working condition.
Great location on Niagara Falls Blvd near UB campus, Terrific upside potential with rolling out other locations. Turn Key for the right operator.
Asking Price : $399,888
Owner will Finance with 30% down, 8% 15 year term. Qualify buyer only!
Reviews from Buffalo News:
LA’s Korean taco sensation lands in Tonawanda’s K Cafe
By Andrew Z. Galarneau | News Food Editor | @BuffaloFood |
The latest West Coast culinary sensation to reach Western New York is Korean tacos, the Mexican-Korean hybrid of Asian marinated meats served up on tortillas.
Started by Kogi BBQ, a fleet of Los Angeles food trucks, the sweet and bold flavors of Korean beef, chicken or pork, topped with Asian-spiced slaws or kimchi, have grown into their own culinary genre.
Last month, K Café (546 Niagara Falls Blvd., Tonawanda, 836-8888) started serving Korean tacos (meat, lettuce, rice, kimchi, slaw and spicy kochujang sauce; three for $6.50) and burritos in a building that last held a spaghetti parlor.
If that’s not enough to get the hearts of food thrill seekers pounding, owner Kate Li, a former owner of Ying’s Wings & Things, also sells the sort of burgers you’d eat on a dare. They start with hefty patties of a beef-bacon blend, then add toppings like mashed avocado with chipotle, fried eggs, caramelized onions, cheese, more Korean barbecue, and kimchi. All on the same burger, as in the Kogi 50/50 “gangnam-style” number ($8.99).
There’s also “gangnam-style” fries ($5.99) and a chicken kimchi quesadilla, while vegetarians might dig the Zin burger ($7.99), built on a tofu-vegetable patty.