It’s our hometown cafe, and it’s for sale at a lower price. Every realtor you meet says everything sells. Sometimes the timing just has to be right. Maybe now is the time for someone to join #lutherlocal and become the new owners of Josephine’s Cafe.
Here’s the listing information and the link to the complete listing:
104 N Main Street Luther – Paula Fuqua (Realtor) (405)240-3084
Call BONANZA Real Estate Services, LLC today to set up an appointment to see this amazing property! – (405)459-SERV
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Busy Operating Restaurant ready for you to make it yours!! This historic restaurant in Luther, OK has been the movie set for a Movie and is a hometown Establishment! Only a block from Rt. 66 and a couple miles from the I44 turnpike Luther exit, this updated business is located in a great location! You can purchase the building with fixtures and equipment for this low price and be your own boss!! Restaurant features two large sitting areas, two bathrooms, professional kitchen and storage areas with ample parking on a corner lot. Owner will sell all restaurant equipment and branding at this price as well as help you make the transition to keep the good name and good food going with a seamless operation. 100% positive reviews on popular review sites. Listing Realtor is related to the owners.
Did you catch that? The current owners will help the new owners transition, and likely will give up all of the good recipes. That’s good news for those of us who love those house-made potato chips with our burger for lunch, and the Friday night catfish.
The cafe wasn’t always called Josephine’s. It was renamed by the current owners to pay homage to a beloved grandmother who most of us knew at the bank. Yes, that Josephine! Still, the cafe has been part of our town for as long as anyone can remember. There’s been deals made over coffee, friendships sealed over pie and breakfast shared with friends. And if you need the latest news or opinion, ask the guys at the front table (certainly they’ve read The Luther Register!). We’ve all got our cafe memories.
There’s something enticing about owning a restaurant. We know it’s hard work, but we know it’s rewarding. The Pidcock and Fuqua families are ready to hand over their restaurant to someone else so they can pursue new dreams and plans. With a parking lot full for breakfast and lunch, the business is there.
Let’s get the cafe sold. We need John and Scherrie to have time get that sawmill buzzing and for Ashley to have more time to create custom cakes for our birthdays, weddings and celebrations.