Dickey’s Barbeque Pit is located at 535 Glynn St S #1002, Fayetteville, GA 30214.
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Seating for 36.
Sale includes all furniture, fixtures and equipment plus a Old Hickory Pits Wood Burning Smoker which are excellent condition.
Restaurant is fully up to code.
Rent all in is $2900 per month includes CAM, Taxes, Insurances, Water and Garbage.
Established February 27, 2014.
2016 Gross Sales
2016 Net Profit $96,998.84
Adding Beer and Wine could add to sales.
Husband and Wife spend 35-hours managing business with Night Manager in addition to staff.
Priced at $210,000 with generous Owner financing.
(This is an Open and Operating Business. Please do not make any attempt to contact Staff, Management, Landlord and or Ownership. Documentation and Inspections will be provided upon request)
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Our Story ( From Dickey’s Barbeque Pit Corporate Website where you can see tons of information )
In 1941, Travis Dickey opened the first Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in Dallas, Texas. Space on the restaurant’s sign was rented out to help pay the start-up costs for the restaurant and the menu was limited to beef brisket, pit hams, barbecue beans, potato chips, beer, bottled milk and sodas.
Brothers Roland Dickey and T.D. Dickey, Jr. took over the business in 1967, continuing their father’s legacy of quality, hickory-smoked signature meats. Under the direction of Roland and T.D, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit expanded throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area and became a staple in North Texas culture.
Franchising began 1994 to overwhelming success, maintaining quality and consistency, while carefully pushing growth. Roland Dickey, Jr. became President of the company in 2006, continuing the family tradition. The loyal patrons are what keeps Dickey’s thriving in every community. Barbecue is a regional cuisine found in mostly southern states, but Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is changing that one restaurant at a time. As it continues to expand from coast to coast, customers are wooed by the home-style flavor and family friendly atmosphere.
Today, every location smokes all of their meats on-site at the restaurant the same way it was done in 1941. Dickey’s serves up beef brisket, pulled pork, ham, polish sausage, turkey breast and chicken, with an extensive array of home-style sides from jalapeño beans to macaroni & cheese. And just like always, kids eat free on Sunday.