Mokka Coffeehouse, Boat Hauling Business and Other Businesses For Sale Right Now in Rhode Island

The latest listings on BizBuySell, LoopNet, and the realtor’s website show all kinds of businesses currently for sale in Rhode Island.

Reasons for sale, when provided, usually do not mention economic hardship, but more often involve the owner retiring or not having time to actively manage the business.

Names and places are usually omitted, but there are occasional exceptions.

Here are a few that have been listed in the last thirty days;

Cafe Mokka – Newport | $50,000

“Turnkey cafe/restaurant in business for ten years, located just steps from Thames St on Spring Wharf in the heart of downtown Newport, RI. An old style cafe, serving excellent artisan coffee and fair trade coffee drinks, fresh pastries, light lunch and fresh hot soups. The purchase price includes all furniture and equipment. There is a full size kitchen, payment area, workstations and room for a few tables and chairs. Although not included in the lease, the use of the adjacent terrace, as seen in the photos, and the additional storage available in the basement is authorized by the owner. Turn your dream of owning your own business into reality!

Boat Transport Company – Warwick | $425,000

“Small Boat Hauling Co. Established 1959, Good Customer, Hydraulic Trailer Racks”

RI Landmark Family Restaurant – Rhode Island | $60,000

“This business offers a comfortable mix of neighborhood pub, family destination and hospitality for business travelers due to our proximity to the airport and area hotels. This restaurant proudly serves American pub-style artisan fare and an extensive beer selection including 40 draft beers.

Warwick – Semi-absent, unique and exciting children’s hair salon – Warwick | $150,000

“This innovative and exciting concept has revolutionized the way children visit a hair salon by making it fun! Our formula for success is based on the multiple sources of revenue that pass through our store. Haircuts, birthday parties, toys, hair accessories, jewelry and more. We don’t just cater to younger children or one gender – we’ve positioned ourselves to market children of all ages, as well as adults. »

Restaurant/Lounge (Bring your own ideas) Good for any concept. – Providence County | $75,000

“Restaurant (currently Asian) with great visibility (on a major highway) and ample parking. Established for many years in this place and surrounded by many businesses”

Exceptional must-see pizzas/subs – Coventry | $399,000

“This Pizza restaurant is currently making $20,000.00 a week with no delivery and closed on Mondays. They offered delivery and sales consistently exceeded $27,000.00 per week! This pizza restaurant does a great lunch and dinner deal. The owner is ready to retire.

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Ryan Belmore is the owner and publisher of What’sUpNewp.
Belmore has been involved with What’sUpNewp since shortly after its launch in 2012, proudly leading it to be named the best local news blog in Rhode Island by Rhode Island Monthly readers in 2018, 2019, and 2020 and an honorable mention. at the Common Good Awards. in 2021.

Born and raised in Rhode Island, Belmore graduated from Coventry High School and the Community College of Rhode Island. As well as living in Newport for 10 years, he has lived in Portsmouth, Coventry, Providence, Smithfield, Burrillville and East Greenwich.

Belmore is currently Vice Chairman of the Fort Adams Trust Board and the Potter League For Animals Board. He previously served on the board of Lucy’s Hearth and the Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance.

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In 2020, Belmore was named member of the year by LION and won the Dominque Award from the Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance.
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