The Great Wall Restaurant
Own an Established Piece of Los Angeles History
After thirty-three years of successful business, the owner of The Great Wall Chinese restaurant in Reseda is putting his highly rated restaurant, including its full liquor license, up for sale. The sale is bittersweet, since the established location has been a neighborhood favorite, it’s gorgeous interior serving as inspiration for Hollywood directors. The restaurant has featured in films such as Drive, I Love You Man, Norbit and Lucky You.
Included in the sale of the business is full liquor license #47 (you won’t have to wait for one to be issued by the city!) the name, reputation and clientele of the restaurant as well as all the furnishings, fixtures and equipment.
The license alone and location in the burgeoning Valley (near CSU Northridge, Westfield Topanga, Northridge Fashion Center and The Village) are worth the investment even if you decide to extensively remodel the space or reimagine the business model.
The Valley is ripe for more upscale or youthful establishments. But minimal change might be desired as Angelenos are attached to their favorite eating and drinking spots, especially if it’s someplace they’ve loved for generations.
Separately, the owner of the building the restaurant resides in seeks a new tenant that will be committed to the neighborhood in the same manner as the previous business; a tenant looking to stay for the long-haul.
Own or reinvent a piece of Los Angeles history, the choice is yours.