Ramen and Chicken restaurant for sale in the beautiful Castro district of San Francisco with lots of rich history. Very good reviews on Yelp on their ramen and Chicken sandwich. Approximately 1700 sq ft with 41 seating capacity. There is both downstairs seating and upstairs seating plus ADA lift for handicapped persons. Single gender-neutral bathroom + beer and wine license included. Lease amount is $5000. Some of the equipment included are 14 feet type 1 hood, 3-beer tap system, 2-door under the counter refrigerator, wine cooler, 6 burner stove, pot stock burner, deep fryer, side warmer, salamander, 3-door refrigerator, dishwasher, 4-door under the counter refrigerator, 2-door freezer, camera system, ADA lift and more
The San Francisco Castro district is an internationally recognized neighborhood that supports the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) community. Plenty of small cafes, restaurants, bars, some cozy and also some junkish and touristy shops in the area.
|2014 Total Population||97,151||634,782||853,468|
|2010 Number Of Households||46,838||273,682||358,692|
|2010 Persons Per Household||1.98||2.25||2.30|
|Median House Value||$928,308||$777,811||$774,146|
|Income Per Household||$102,153||$76,968||$77,130|
|2009 Number Of Businesses||2,262||20,302||32,794|
|2012 Number Of Employees||44,840||572,996||1,075,924|
|2012 Total Annual Payroll||$948,160,000||$4,294,967,295||$4,294,967,295|
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