Cheers to Profits with a Liquor Licenced Cafe


Step into a proven realm of success by becoming a part of a cafe that boasts an impressive average turnover approaching $21,000 for just 6 days of trade!

With a legacy spanning years, this establishment has become an integral part of the community fabric, attracting both locals and tourists. It has carved a niche as the go-to destination for exceptional food and ambiance.

Elevate your offerings with a coveted liquor license, watching your profits soar as you add a dash of spirits to your menu, creating an enticing haven for patrons seeking a delightful culinary experience. Enjoy outstanding profitability, with over 17% nett profit, showcasing the commitment to quality, service, and a well-crafted business model.

Explore untapped potential by extending operating hours to seven days a week and tapping into the lucrative night-time trade. Cherished by locals and tourists alike, this cafe has become synonymous with excellence, ensuring that your venture will be built on a foundation of trust and admiration for sustained success.

Nestled beachside in a prime location, your future awaits as you join the league of successful entrepreneurs who have turned dreams into reality. Take the first step on the path to success by calling Chris Dellit now to schedule a private consultation and explore the endless possibilities that await you.


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