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Erie, PA Bars or Taverns For Sale

4 Erie, PA Bars or Taverns For Sale Found.

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Poconos Restaurant with 5-acres Owner will finance %50
$5,750,000 Cash Flow: $700,000
Poconos Restaurant with 5-acres Owner will finance %50

Luzerne County, PA

Well established by word of mouth as the place to go with the highest quality, most delicious family dining and an entertainment experience. Ultra fresh: filet mignon, lobster, scallops, salmon, shrimp, chicken, and fresh veggies prepared before your eyes. A mouth watering sushi bar with every one of your favorite rolls. The bar has a full liquor license. A fantastic celebration every visit keeps the business growing and growing. The restaurant caters to large parties, weddings, and private functions. All of which contribute to the booming business.

Franchise Tavern / Two Locations Franchise Tavern - Two Locations
$1,175,000 Cash Flow: $118,217 Seller Financing
Franchise Tavern / Two Locations Franchise Tavern - Two Locations

Allentown, PA

National Franchise Bar and Restaurant with a European theme - two locations! Long term leases in place. Room for improvement in COG expense. High profile National brand and capable staff in place. Needs active experienced owner to take to the next level. Buy two locations for the cost of opening one. Buyer must qualify for transfer with Franchise.

Very profitable restaurant/bar in fast growing area.
$945,000
Very profitable restaurant/bar in fast growing area.

Lancaster County, PA

This is a completely turnkey operation with experienced staff, loyal clientele and high growth area.

Established Restaurant and Liquor License
$485,000
Established Restaurant and Liquor License

Snyder County, PA

Housed in a totally-renovated, late 1800s landmark building that has functioned over the years as an Inn, General Store, Post Office, Tavern, Ice Cream Parlor and Community Gathering Place, this restaurant welcomes you to come and relax with good friends, good food and good times. The facility was renovated and upgraded in 2003 from a bar into a full-service restaurant and bar. Continually-strong revenues year after year, despite only being open for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Saturday.