Commercial & Business Opportunity –  A Julian Jewel

Wynola Pizza & Bistro is an award-winning restaurant in the local mountains.  The restaurant was built from scratch in 2001, turning a neglected and rundown commercial center in the small town of Wynola into a destination for tourists, and backcountry locals.  The Horner family lovingly transformed the space into a restaurant where they knew they could proudly host family and neighbors, friends and strangers.  Today, the rustic, barn-style building complex is complimented by significant works of art by internationally acclaimed artist James Hubbell and is a cornerstone of the community.  Wynola Pizza is the perfect place for both visitors and locals to gather for a drink, some woodfired pizza, and a local experience that feels like home.

Business and Real Estate

Wynola Pizza & Bistro, a family-operated restaurant, is part of two stand-alone buildings that sit on roughly 5+ acres of commercially-zoned real estate.  The restaurant and bar building was decorated by local artists, including valuable custom pieces by internationally acclaimed artist James Hubbell.  An additional 25+ acres of mixed residential-zoned property is immediately adjacent to the 5+ acres and creates an opportunity for further development and expansion. Other features include:

• Historic Destination in Southern California

The restaurant is located in the local mountains, considered “the drive in the country” by many.  The twisting, two-lane mountain roads are popular with car clubs, motorcycle enthusiasts, and recreational drivers, who spot the restaurant directly on their drives.  Wynola Pizza & Bistro also benefits from its close proximity to the nearby historic gold mining town, which is a 40-60 minute drive from the greater metropolitan area of 3.25+ million people and regularly draws large crowds from all over the southern part of the state.

• Location – Location – Location

Wynola Pizza & Bistro is located in the small town of Wynola, the gateway to well-known mountain towns and the surrounding backcountry.  Seasonal tourist activity peaks during the local famous apple-picking season, usually from September to the first week of January.  However, the area has year-round attractions from wintry snow days to extensive hiking, camping, and family events (e.g. Old Time Melodrama, Gold Rush Days, a 4th of July parade and the Grape Stomp, etc.) during the spring and summer months.  Over the last decade, Wynola has emerged as its own destination with the presence of the local tasting rooms, farms, Fort Cross, Mom’s Pies, and Jeremy’s on the Hill.  Wynola is the perfect place for additional restaurants, breweries, retail, and special events (weddings, festivals, and other family-friendly activities).

• Access and Infrastructure

– Parking
– Utilities
– Internet
– Back-up Generator Ready
– Well-maintained Equipment


Property Features

  • Investment Opportunity