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73 Best Coffee Franchises in USA for 2022 (UPDATED RANKINGS)

Here is the top 73 best Coffee Franchises you can start in USA:

1. Dunkin' Donuts

  • Investments $ 228,620
  • Year Brand Started – 1950
  • Year Franchising Started – 1955
  • Offices – 12538

Franchise details: Dunkin' Donuts
Official site

In 1946, Bill Rosenberg founded Industrial Luncheon Services, a company that delivered meals and snacks to workers in the Boston area. The success of Industrial Luncheon Services convinced Rosenberg to start The Open Kettle, a doughnut shop in Quincy, Massachusetts. Two years later, The Open Kettle changed its name to Dunkin' Donuts.

2. Caffe bene

  • Investments $ 414,500
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2008
  • Year Franchising Started – 2008
  • Offices – 1433

Franchise details: Caffe bene
Official site

Caffe Bene is the global business specialized in coffee which started as a domestic coffee franchise business, and goes beyond the domestic territory to rapidly grow into the worldwide coffee specialty shops as well as the coffee bean and RTD coffee market. We start the franchise business in April, 2008, and broke through the 300th shop in the shortest time in the industry, and have daily meeting with numerous consumers of the whole world through the common language of coffee.

Caffe Bene

3. Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp.

  • Investments $ 440,500
  • Year Brand Started – 1937
  • Year Franchising Started – 1947
  • Offices – 1400

Franchise details: Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp.

Headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC, Krispy Kreme has been selling coffee and sweet treats, including its signature hot Original Glazed doughnut, since 1937. Today, Krispy Kreme can be found in over 1,000 shops around the world.

How Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Are Made

4. Bad Ass Coffee Co.

  • Investments $ 227,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1991
  • Year Franchising Started – 1998
  • Offices – 1000

Franchise details: Bad Ass Coffee Co.
Official site

Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii currently boasts over 1,000 franchises domestically or internationally that are purchased, opened, or under construction throughout the United States, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, South Korea, and China.

5. Second Cup

  • Investments $ 250,000
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1975
  • Year Franchising Started – 1975
  • Offices – 360

Franchise details: Second Cup
Official site

Second Cup is Canada's leading specialty coffee franchisor, backed by 30 years of franchise experience coast to coast since 1975.

Second Cup's 'café of the future'

6. Java Dave's

  • Investments $ 500,000
  • Franchise fee $499
  • Year Brand Started – 1988
  • Year Franchising Started – 2003
  • Offices – 278

Franchise details: Java Dave's
Official site

Java Dave's Coffee House has an exceptional line of products and an observable increase in demand for gourmet coffee as well as a unique line of beverages ranging from mochas and lattes, to cappuccinos and cocoas.

Java Dave's in Sabetha Kansas

7. Cafe2U

  • Investments $ 109,146
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2000
  • Year Franchising Started – 2005
  • Offices – 241

Franchise details: Cafe2U
Official site

Cafe2U is proud to be the pioneer of the mobile cafe industry. Cafe2U launched its first prototype mobile coffee business in the year 2000 on the northern beaches of Sydney, Australia. It was with this first vehicle that the mobile cafe concept and potential profitability of this new style of mobile coffee business model were tested.

Cafe2U Events Video

8. Biggby Coffee

  • Investments $ 161,350
  • Franchise fee $15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1994
  • Year Franchising Started – 1999
  • Offices – 230

Franchise details: Biggby Coffee
Official site

Bob Fish and Mary Roszel opened their first coffee shop under the name Beaner's in East Lansing, Michigan. In 1999, they teamed with Michael McFall (originally hired as a barista for that first shop) to form Global Orange Development and begin franchising. In 2007, the company's name was changed to Biggby Coffee and all existing franchises were converted to the new brand. Biggby Coffee is expanding in the Midwest and Southeast.

9. Xpresso Delight

  • Investments $ 62,000
  • Franchise fee $15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2003
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004
  • Offices – 200

Franchise details: Xpresso Delight
Official site

Xpresso Delight transplants the cafe experience into the workplace with their stunning coffee machines, exclusive proprietary premium blend of coffee and personal coffee concierge service. There are no upfront costs, no contracts, and a simple per cup rate is charged to clients. Delivering everyone’s favorite cafe style coffees at the press of a button.

90 seconds with Xpresso Delight

10. Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies

  • Investments $ 75,400
  • Year Brand Started – 1982
  • Year Franchising Started – 1997
  • Offices – 186

Franchise details: Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies
Official site

Fresh fruit smoothies were a virtually unknown product in 1982, when Jeff and Jill Summerhays began selling them part-time at events. The company caught the eye of Michael Haith, founding partner of a food, beverage and special-event consulting firm. Haith revamped the franchise concept and expanded the product line, which now includes Hawaiian coffees and espresso.

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees and Smoothies Best Coffee Kiosks Coffee Shops Franchise Information

11. Yogorino

  • Investments $ 80,000
  • Franchise fee $40,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1993
  • Year Franchising Started – 1998
  • Offices – 170

Franchise details: Yogorino
Official site

Working since 1993 with hundreds of stores around the world today, Yogorino is a well-established company that offers a multi-product menu: frozen yogurt, ice-cream, coffee bar, iced drinks, parfaits, crêpes and much more besides.

yogorino

12. Scooter's Coffee

  • Investments $ 334,000
  • Franchise fee $40,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1998
  • Year Franchising Started – 2001
  • Offices – 167

Franchise details: Scooter's Coffee
Official site

Seeing the success of the specialty-coffee industry in California, Don and Linda Eckles returned to their Midwestern roots and opened their first drive-thru coffeehouse in 1998 in Bellevue, Nebraska. They named it Scooter's based on a nickname one of their daughters had earned while playing softball. They began franchising Scooter's Coffee in 2001, and later added frozen yogurt to the menu at some locations alongside their coffee.

13. Hard Bean Café

  • Investments $ 150,000
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1992
  • Year Franchising Started – 1992
  • Offices – 160

Franchise details: Hard Bean Cafe
Official site

We are coffee business specialists offering a complete, turnkey package to assist our owners in opening their own Cafe.

Bada Bean, a Testimonial for Hard Bean Coffee

14. All The Perks Coffee

  • Investments $ 200,000
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2000
  • Year Franchising Started – 2010
  • Offices – 100

Franchise details: All The Perks Coffee

Whether your goal is to open a caf, a double drive thru coffee shop a cart or kiosk, All The Perks is committed to providing a complete business package.

15. CuppaLove

  • Investments $ 19,995
  • Franchise fee $ 19,995
  • Year Brand Started – 1998
  • Year Franchising Started – 1998
  • Offices – 100

Franchise details: CuppaLove

Build Your Own Schedule and Earn Revenues 24/7 with Coffee Vending Machines. CuppaLove Coffee offers an easy start-up, Office Coffee Service business opportunity. You can participate full-time or supplement your existing earnings with a CuppaLove Coffee Business.

16. Gigi's Cupcakes LLC

  • Investments $ 237,200
  • Franchise fee$35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2007
  • Year Franchising Started – 2008
  • Offices – 91

Franchise details: Gigi's Cupcakes LLC
Official site

Gina "Gigi" Butler started Gigi's Cupcakes after her brother visited a cupcake shop in New York and told her that her recipes were better and she should open her own shop where she lived in Nashville, Tennessee. She continued running her cleaning business during the day, and at night she began baking dozens of cupcakes in her kitchen, and sold them to friends who were pharmaceutical sales reps to take on their medical staff visits. In 2008, she opened her shop. The shop's landlord, Alan Thompson, had a background in franchising, so with his advice and assistance, along with that of her family, she began franchising.

Gigi's Cupcakes: Join our Franchise Team!

17. Cafe Depot

  • Investments $ 100,000
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1994
  • Year Franchising Started – 1994
  • Offices – 87

Franchise details: Cafe Depot
Official site

We specialize in coffees from all over the world using only the best in 100% Arabica beans. Serving the most delicious sandwiches and desserts in a warm friendly atmosphere.

18. Dunn Brothers Coffee

  • Investments $ 388,200
  • Franchise fee $37,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1987
  • Year Franchising Started – 1994
  • Offices – 82

Franchise details: Dunn Brothers Coffee
Official site

Brothers Ed and Dan Dunn open their first coffee shop in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1987. Chris Eilers and Skip Fay became the first Dunn Bros franchisees in 1994, and in 1998, they purchased the rights to franchise the system themselves. Dunn Bros shops, located primarily throughout the Midwest, roast their coffee in-store, usually daily.

19. PJ's Coffee

  • Investments $ 190,900
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1978
  • Year Franchising Started – 1989
  • Offices – 81

Franchise details: PJ's Coffee
Official site

When Phyllis Jordan first opened PJ's Coffee & Tea in New Orleans, the outlet functioned strictly as a retail store that sold coffee, tea and related equipment. When the concept didn't catch on, Jordan decided to change direction, abandoning the retail idea in favor of a café that would serve coffee, tea, soups, sandwiches, salads and pastries.

20. The Coffee Beanery

  • Investments $ 185,000
  • Franchise fee $15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1976
  • Year Franchising Started – 1985
  • Offices – 69

Franchise details: The Coffee Beanery
Official site

With help from her husband, Julius, JoAnne Shaw decided to take a chance. In 1976 she opened The Coffee Beanery, a specialty coffee shop, in Dearborn, Michigan. The company began franchising in 1985.

21. The Human Bean Drive Thru

  • Investments $ 200,625
  • Franchise fee $20,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1998
  • Year Franchising Started – 2002
  • Offices – 64

Franchise details: The Human Bean Drive Thru
Official site

The Human Bean opened its first store in Ashland, Oregon, in 1998, and more locations were added throughout southern Oregon over the next five years. Franchising of the drive-thru espresso brand began in 2002.

The Human Bean Franchise 2018

22. Sertinos Coffee and Café

  • Investments $ 335,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2007
  • Year Franchising Started – 2007
  • Offices – 60

Franchise details: Sertinos Coffee and Cafe
Official site

Sertinos Coffee Shops offer whole bean coffee and loose leaf teas, brewing equipment, decorative mugs, travel cups and home brewing accessories.

Sertinos Cafe TV Ad 2008

23. Aroma Joe's Coffee

  • Investments $ 25,500
  • Franchise fee $15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2000
  • Year Franchising Started – 2013
  • Offices – 59

Franchise details: Aroma Joe's Coffee
Official site

Aroma Joe’s is more than a coffee company.  Aroma Joe’s is in the business of fueling the modern world.  We serve positive energy to the next generation of coffee drinkers.  A generation that wants it to be personal, personalized, social and energetic.

Aroma Joes Coffee Commercial

24. Bambu

  • Investments $ 135,000
  • Franchise fee $81,500
  • Year Brand Started – 2008
  • Year Franchising Started – 2008
  • Offices – 50

Franchise details: Bambu
Official site

Bambu Desserts & Drinks is offering franchises for the operation of Asian-inspired coffee shoppes featuring desserts, blended coffees, milk teas, smoothies and other cold and hot drinks.

25. Cafè Barbera

  • Investments $187,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1870
  • Year Franchising Started – 2007
  • Offices – 47

Franchise details: Cafè Barbera
Official site

Café Barbera - The Italian Coffee House - is an unique franchise, meeting consumer demands for a fresher, tastier, healthier menu and premium-grade coffees. Featuring Caffè Barbera coffee, our Café Barbera franchises are the expression of over 145 years of coffee perfection and passion from six generations of the Barbera family.

Café Barbera Documentary

26. Tapioca Express

  • Investments $ 200,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1990
  • Year Franchising Started – 1990
  • Offices – 46

Franchise details: Tapioca Express

Pearl (Boba) Milk Tea is a special tea-based drink originally from Taiwan. Tapioca Express has successfully brought this tea drink culture to the United States. Most of our ingredients are imported from Taiwan so that tea lovers can have a truly genuine experience in trying these unique Taiwanese drinks.

Tapioca Express Slide Show

27. It's A Grind Coffee House

  • Investments $ 181,150
  • Year Brand Started – 1995
  • Year Franchising Started – 2000
  • Offices – 25

Franchise details: It's A Grind Coffee House
Official site

Husband-and-wife team Marty Cox and Louise Montgomery opened the first It's A Grind coffee shop in Long Beach, California, in 1995. Locations feature a blues and jazz theme, and wingback chairs that allow customers to relax while enjoying whole bean coffees, espresso drinks, teas, pastries, muffins and bagels.

Grinding Coffee at Home

28. Blenz

  • Investments $ 260,000
  • Franchise fee $25,000

Franchise details: Blenz
Official site

Blenz has a limited number of franchise opportunities available at any given time. However, we will promptly review your application and advise you if your interests coincide with Blenz' current or future development plans.

29. Symposium Café

  • Investments $ 816,500
  • Franchise fee $50,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1996
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004
  • Offices – 22

Franchise details: Symposium Cafe
Official site

Symposium Cafe Restaurant & Lounge is a unique, exciting, food service concept: an upscale, licensed, full service restaurant chain; with a restaurant menu that caters to a variety of meal categories (breakfast, brunch, burgers, and much more) and includes decadent desserts, European coffees and specialty beverages. Each location is open 7 days, from early morning to late.

Symposium Cafe Restaurant & Lounge Video Tour

30. Schakolad Chocolate Factory

  • Investments $ 121,500
  • Franchise fee $39,500
  • Year Brand Started – 1995
  • Year Franchising Started – 1999
  • Offices – 21

Franchise details: Schakolad Chocolate Factory
Official site

When Edgar Schaked graduated from Florida International University in Miami with a degree in mechanical engineering, he told his father he didn’t want to be an engineer, he wanted to be a chocolate maker. Schaked’s father, Baruch, had been making chocolates for more than 25 years, working in a chocolate factory in the family’s native Argentina, studying different techniques throughout Europe, and opening his own shop in Miami.

Schakolad Chocolate Factory Franchise Reviews and Information

31. Classic Rock Coffee Company

  • Investments $ 218,000
  • Franchise fee $39,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2013
  • Year Franchising Started – 2014
  • Offices – 21

Franchise details: Classic Rock Coffee Company
Official site

Classic Rock Coffee is the perfect blend of caffeine, classic rock music and cool. It provides its own leading brands of fabulous coffee such as Atomic Punk Espresso, Back in Black Bold, After Midnight and Breakfast in America Morning Brew. In addition, it makes delicious, nutritious high end protein shakes, fresh fruit smoothies and a convenient food menu.

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32. Forever Yogurt

  • Investments $ 240,000
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2012
  • Offices – 19

Franchise details: Forever Yogurt
Official site

Forever Yogurt first opened in June of 2010, and catapulted instantly to become the leading frozen yogurt provider in Chicago. We are an aggressive company, in touch with the young society, and we possess the social marketing and media demands required to grow in this industry. We will continue with an aggressive national and international expansion plan.

Forever Yogurt (Forever Young)

33. Moxie Java

  • Investments $ 42,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1988
  • Year Franchising Started – 1988
  • Offices – 19

Franchise details: Moxie Java
Official site

Moxie Java was founded by John Roberts and Chris Minion – a couple of guys who with a small obsession with great coffee. The first Moxie Java coffeehouse opened in 1988 on 6th and Main in Old Boise – before the 'Green Mermaid' came to town.

34. Brooklyn Water Bagel

  • Investments $250,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2007
  • Year Franchising Started – 2007
  • Offices – 18

Franchise details: Brooklyn Water Bagel
Official site

Believing that there are no shortcuts to creating quality products, Brooklyn Water Bagel.® never deviates from the old-world artisan recipe for making bagels and uses only the freshest, highest-quality ingredients, including our proprietary water.

Brooklyn Water Coffee

35. Greenberry's Coffee

  • Investments $ 250,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1992
  • Year Franchising Started – 1992
  • Offices – 12

Franchise details: Greenberry's Coffee
Official site

Sean & Roxanne Simmons, the husband and wife duo behind Greenberry's Coffee, knew they wanted to bring a higher quality of coffee to the public from the start. After years in the corporate world, they decided to learn the heart and soul of coffee from Alfred Peet, the pioneer who first brought high-end coffee to America in the 1960s.

Connor Fanning Tells Us Why You Should Open A Greenery's Coffee Franchise!

36. di'lishi frozen yogurt bar

  • Investments $ 285,700
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2011
  • Year Franchising Started – 2011
  • Offices – 8

Franchise details: di'lishi frozen yogurt bar

di’lishi is the creation of Marlo Francis from Asheboro, NC. Her first experience with frozen yogurt came after her son told her about discovering the self-serve concept in a neighboring state when he left for college – and he was eager for her to try it when she planned her next visit.

Ribbon Cutting - Di'lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar - Eden

37. Peoples Organic

  • Investments $ 179,500
  • Year Brand Started – 2013
  • Year Franchising Started – 2014
  • Offices – 8

Franchise details: Peoples Organic
Official site

At Peoples Organic we celebrate the simplicity of nutritious and organic food, pure water, and healthy beverages. We practice sustainability and support our local & organic farmers. We believe that fresh pure ingredients create the most memorable and nurturing meals. Our healthy menu includes vegetarian, vegan & gluten free options packed with nutritious, good for you vegetables, whole grains and proteins, we never sacrifice flavor.

People’s Organic - Eden Prairie

38. Just Love

  • Investments $ 230,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2009
  • Year Franchising Started – 2009
  • Offices – 7

Franchise details: Just Love
Official site

Founded in 2009 as an online coffee service to help raise funds for families seeking to adopt children, Just Love Coffee & Eatery has blossomed with multiple locations in the fast growing metropolitan area of Nashville, Tennessee.

Get to Know Just Love founder Rob Webb

39. Euro Café

  • Investments $ 248,400
  • Franchise fee $15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1997
  • Year Franchising Started – 2017
  • Offices – 7

Franchise details: Euro Cafe
Official site

Euro Café Corporation is a a dynamic, fast-growing, family-owned company incorporated in Virginia in 1997. We are committed to be the purveyors of the freshest, and highest quality products.

40. Cocoa Grinder

  • Investments $ 178,730
  • Franchise fee $20,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2013
  • Year Franchising Started – 2017
  • Offices – 6

Franchise details: Cocoa Grinder
Official site

Started by Abdul Elenani in his college years during 2013, Cocoa Grinder is more than a coffee shop. It’s an idea that for the hardworking individual of today, convenience is everything: why shouldn’t you have your specialty cup o’joe and healthy meal in the same place? Perfect for the person on the go, or the busy individual seeking to get some work done, Cocoa Grinder offers the perfect environment to enhance your daily grind or take a well-deserving break from it.

41. Cereality

  • Investments $ 145,650
  • Year Brand Started – 2003
  • Year Franchising Started – 2006
  • Offices – 6

Franchise details: Cereality
Official site

The first organizers, David Roth and Rick Bacher, were roused to make Cereality to commend the exceptionally individual nature of appreciating a decent bowl of grain, anyplace and whenever. Surrounding them, individuals appeared to be fixated on fulfilling their yearnings well past their kitchen tables, regardless of how badly designed.

42. Coffee Perks

  • Investments $ 116,100
  • Franchise fee $18,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1993
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004
  • Offices – 4

Franchise details: Coffee Perks

Coffee Perks is offering the ideal, business-to-business franchise opportunity in the U.S. serving the break room and food service markets. Coffee Perks has franchised their award-winning business model and is offering a limited number of opportunities nationwide.

43. Waffy's

  • Investments $ 116,680
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2012
  • Offices – 3

Franchise details: Waffy's
Official site

Waffy’s is a unique fast casual food concept that focuses on the world of Belgian waffle with a new twist to it. Our menu offers an array of Belgian waffles that can be enjoyed at any time of the day with both sweet and savory options.

WAFFY'S Franchise Video HD

44. Teapioca lounge

  • Investments $ 217,500
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2010
  • Offices – 3

Franchise details: Teapioca lounge
Official site

Teapioca Lounge first opened its doors in 2010 in the Austin, TX area. Knowing the deliciousness of bubble teas, and thinking they could make something new of an old favorite by incorporating other thirst-quenching concoctions and a fun yet homelike atmosphere, made it a no-brainer. Our vision is to create an atmosphere where people of all ages can enjoy, not only a wide array of refreshments, but also feel at home enjoying the company of new and old friends.

Teapioca Lounge "Dancer"

45. Morano Gelato Franchise Co. LLC

  • Investments $ 301,194
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2016
  • Offices – 3

Franchise details: Morano Gelato Franchise Co. LLC

Morano Gelato is a small New England-based company dedicated to promoting the art of gelato-making through its production of authentic Italian gelato in small, concentrated batches.

MRM News--A Visit to Morano Gelato's First Franchise

46. Twist Vapor

  • Investments $ 184,000
  • Franchise fee $19,900
  • Year Brand Started – 2014
  • Year Franchising Started – 2015
  • Offices – 3

Franchise details: Twist Vapor
Official site

Twist Vapor offers you some of the finest e-liquid and hardware for the most satisfying vapor experience.

47. Goose Feathers

  • Investments $250,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1986
  • Year Franchising Started – 2017
  • Offices – 2

Franchise details: Goose Feathers
Official site

The Goose Feathers Café Franchise: Build a Strong Financial Future along with the Lifestyle you have Always Wanted.

48. CoffeeIcon SuperStore

  • Investments $150, 700
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2012
  • Year Franchising Started – 2012
  • Offices – 2

Franchise details: CoffeeIcon SuperStore
Official site

CoffeeIcon is a business that started in 2012 offering retail coffee beans and K-Cups. Two entrepreneurs, one a former Franchisor, acquired this company and has since started building, managing, and perfecting the CoffeeIcon business model and operating structure.

CoffeeIcon Superstore Introduction

49. Piadina Café

  • Investments $ 194,475
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2014
  • Year Franchising Started – 2018
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Piadina Cafe
Official site

Piadina Cafe is a Massachusetts-based company that provides traditional Italian flatbreads cuisine using authentic, all fresh recipes. The boutique café serves a wide array of coffees, pastries, and breakfast in the morning, and the freshest homemade piadina sandwiches.

50. Xavier Artisan

  • Investments $ 165,700
  • Franchise fee $30,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2015
  • Year Franchising Started – 2015
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Xavier Artisan

With its historical roots in its original location, the incredible Xavier Artisan takes its name, history and design from its home in the anno 1812 building in Montreal’s Old-Port and from the Spanish traveling missionary Saint Francis Xavier, the namesake of the location.

Old Port & Xavier Artisan Cafe

51. Solar Roast Coffee

  • Investments $ 260,350
  • Franchise fee $39,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2006
  • Year Franchising Started – 2013
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Solar Roast Coffee
Official site

Our solar aroma roasting process makes our coffees the richest and most flavorful beans you will ever brew. Using solar power allows us to roast with a gentle heat resulting in a lower temperature roast. We roast our coffee slow and low, like a good BBQ. This gives our coffee beans a smooth taste.

Solar Roast Coffee

52. AraVita

  • Investments $ 113,400
  • Franchise fee $19,900
  • Year Brand Started – 2013
  • Year Franchising Started – 2016
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: AraVita
Official site

Owning a ARAVITA SMOOTHIES, COFFEE & BUBBLE TEA provides you an opportunity to partner with an industry leader in a highly competitive industry whose sales grow more and more annually. Do not let the competitive nature of the industry stifle you. Our concept is unlike any other.

53. American House Tea and Coffee

  • Investments $ 98,500
  • Franchise fee $25,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010
  • Year Franchising Started – 2018
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: American House Tea and Coffee
Official site

American House Coffee Company Franchise is a recognized regional innovator in the coffee and tea industry throughout the United States.

54. Coffee Business

  • Investments $7,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2017
  • Year Franchising Started – 2018
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Coffee Business

It’s Time to Wake Up and Smell the Opportunity. Coffee vending has one of the highest mark ups in the vending industry at over 300% per vend.

55. Logic in a Cup Espresso

  • Investments $ 65,050
  • Franchise fee $19,900
  • Year Brand Started – 2011
  • Year Franchising Started – 2014
  • Offices – 1

Franchise details: Logic in a Cup Espresso

Logic In A Cup Espresso has a well-known brand and an unparalleled marketing and management team that possess a vast knowledge in the coffee industry. Centered around philosophical thought and conversation, Logic In A Cup Espresso is quickly gaining wide recognition.

56. Coffee-Bike

  • Investments $ 15,000
  • Year Brand Started – 2010

Franchise details: Coffee-Bike
Official site

Coffee-Bike is a mobile coffee franchise. This is a low investment franchise with no fixed fees.

Coffee-Bike franchise - Become part of the Coffee-Bike family

57. Van Houtte

  • Investments $ 250,000
  • Franchise fee $27,500
  • Year Brand Started – 1919
  • Year Franchising Started – 1983

Franchise details: Van Houtte
Official site

Albert-Louis Van Houtte, a French immigrant, set up his first grocery store in Montreal in 1919. Van Houtte stocked the store with specialty products from Europe, including coffee.

58. Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

  • Investments $ 3,000,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1963
  • Year Franchising Started – 1996

Franchise details: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Official site

Founded in 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is the oldest and largest privately-held chain of specialty coffee and tea stores in the United States. With a reputation for excellence, the company is known for its premium, handcrafted, flavorful beverages as well as product innovations including having developed The Original Ice Blended coffee beverage. Stores can be found worldwide in markets such as California, Arizona, Nevada, China, India, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Israel, Egypt, UAE, Qatar, and Mexico - and continue to expand rapidly.

59. Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii

  • Investments $ 262,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000

Franchise details: Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii
Official site

At Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, we’re committed to your success. Owning a Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Franchise is a rewarding experience that offers unique benefits to those who embrace the Aloha spirit.

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60. Tim Hortons

  • Investments $ 48,450
  • Franchise fee $35,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1964
  • Year Franchising Started – 1965

Franchise details: Tim Hortons
Official site

Tim Hortons is one of North America's largest developers and franchisors of quick service restaurants and one of the largest publically traded restaurant chains in North America based on market capitalization.

61. Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea

  • Investments $260,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1993
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004

Franchise details: Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea
Official site

The only thing better than your favorite Sweetwaters location is living the Sweetwaters lifestyle.

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62. Cafe Supreme

  • Investments $ 300,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000

 Franchise details: Cafe Supreme
Official site

Cafe Supreme responds to the trend towards wholesome food and healthier lifestyles by offering customers fresh nutritious alternatives to conventional fast-food choices.

63. Decadent, A Coffee And Dessert Bar

  • Investments $80,000

Franchise details: Decadent, A Coffee And Dessert Bar
Official site

At Decadent A Coffee and Dessert Bar, we are leading a trend of Fast Casual Dessert shops.

64. Parlay Café

  • Investments $ 188,000
  • Franchise fee $35,000

Franchise details: Parlay Cafe
Official site

Finally—a coffee shop for people like us! Parlay Cafe is the perfect environment to relax, work, or meet with others.

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65. Spot Coffee

  • Investments $250,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1995
  • Year Franchising Started – 2012

Franchise details: Spot Coffee
Official site

SPoT Coffee has been proudly operating in New York State since 1996. The company designs, builds, operates and franchises community-oriented cafés that provide customers with world class service, signature dishes and gourmet coffee roasted in-house. SPoT’s headquarters are located in downtown Buffalo, NY.

66. Caribou Coffee

  • Investments $ 1,000,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1992
  • Year Franchising Started – 2004

Franchise details: Caribou Coffee
Official site

Caribou Coffee offers great opportunities to US and non-US developers. Multi-unit area development agreements for well-qualified franchisees, and single-unit license opportunities for specialty concessions, large retailers and institutions are available.

67. Ziggi's Coffee

  • Investments $ 275,000

 Franchise details: Ziggi's Coffee
Official site

Ziggi's Coffee has developed a franchise program focused on the success of our franchisees. With the same attention to detail that has gone into creating the perfect cup of coffee, the Ziggi's Franchise opportunity was created after over a decade of running successful coffee shops and drive-thrus.

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68. Community Coffee

  • Investments $ 200,000
  • Year Brand Started – 1919

Franchise details: Community Coffee
Official site

Community Coffee Company is an importer, roaster and distributor of the highest quality premium coffees and teas. We serve customers in the foodservice, office, and convenience store channels. We reach customers throughout the Southeast via direct to store distribution and nationally via our distributor network.

69. DRNK coffee + tea / QWENCH juice bar

  • Investments $300,000
  • Year Franchising Started – 2013

Franchise details: DRNK coffee + tea / QWENCH juice bar
Official site

DRNK coffee + tea / QWENCH juice bar - two great franchises under one roof with the perfect winning co-branded combination offering highvalue. Expanding across the United States with a timeless positioning and brand flexibility that are second-to-none!

70. MySwissChoco.com

  • Investments $ 45,000

Franchise details: MySwissChoco.com
Official site

This is a superb ground floor opportunity to launch your own genuine Swiss chocolate retail business, bringing the unique taste of Swiss chocolate, coffee and soft ice cream products to your location.

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71. MILKSTER Nitrogen Creamery + Espresso

  • Investments $ 90,000

Franchise details: MILKSTER Nitrogen Creamery + Espresso
Official site

We love two things: changing the world & creating meaningful moments around world-class desserts. If you are passionate about these things then Milkster is for YOU! We believe dessert is a means to bring people together and makes them feel good, therefore it should be an extraordinarily special experience.

72. Gravity Coffee

  • Investments $ 300,000

Franchise details: Gravity Coffee
Official site

We're seeking well capitalized investing groups/partners and as well as family funds looking for multi-unit locations.

73. Caffeine Dream

  • Investments $ 12,500

Franchise details: Caffeine Dream
Official site

The Caffeine Dream enables anyone to become an overnight entrepreneur and launch a profitable coffee vending business. Are you searching for a low-cost, high-profit business that you can operate from home? Then a Caffeine Dream Coffee Vending Machine business might be the opportunity you've been dreaming about!