Today 18 November

Pizza Franchises

Category: Investments from to k $

Found: 118

Franchise Pizza Hut

Investments:

from $302,000

Pizza Hut
Pizza, pasta, wings

Investments:
from $302,000

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Investments

$426,500 – $836,250

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

4%

Ask anyone who has grown up in a community with a Round Table Pizza, and they’ll regale you with stories of birthday parties, family pizza night, and hanging out after the big game. Since the brand’s inception in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1959, Round Table has been committed to being “The Last Honest Pizza,” not only by providing a superior product but by dedicating ourselves to providing great service as both a restaurant and a neighbor in every community we’re located in.

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Investments

$98,000 – $396,000

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%

Romeo’s Pizza was founded in 2001 and has grown rapidly and now has 34 locations in Cleveland, Akron/Canton, and Columbus markets. Romeo’s Pizza has a diverse menu consisting of award-winning pizzas, pasta, subs, calzones, strombolis, salads, wings and appetizers.

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Investments

$327,500 – $468,700

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Sam & Louie's opened in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1994. The company began franchising in 2000. Each restaurant serves New-York-style pizzas, calzones, pastas, hoagies and salads.

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Investments

$513,700 – $683,900

Franchise fee

$28,500

Royalty fee

5%

Two brothers opened the first Stevi B's pizza buffet outside Atlanta, Georgia, in 1996. The company began franchising in 1999. Stevi B's restaurants, which are located primarily in the Southeast, offer specialty pizzas such as loaded baked potato pizza, macaroni and cheese pizza and cheeseburger pizza, as well as traditional pizzas, dessert pizzas, salads and breadsticks. A game room for kids is also available in each location.

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Investments

$100,000 – $300,000

Michael's Pizza is a locally owned and operated pizza restaurants proudly serving Clarksville, TN and the surrounding areas since February 1st 1985. Michael's Pizza, with the Hometown Taste specializes in hand-made pizzas, calzones, subs, salads, and wings made with select ingredients, cooked to order for pick-up or delivery or eat-in at some of our locations.

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Investments

$190,000 – $235,000

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5% of all Sales or $350/ week

We have developed a comprehensive and efficient three-week training program that can be easily taught to people interested in owning and operating their own business. Our training and ongoing support allow all of our pizzerias to meet our high standards for product and quality and outstanding customer service. We don't accept mediocrity; we expect excellence in every aspect of our business.

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Investments

$199,000 – $399,500

Franchise fee

25000 

Behind our great pizza there’s a great company. We’re not just another startup: We’re a proud family firm with a 68-year track record of success, offering a quality product with proven popularity. And if you’ve tasted our food, you know: We’re not just another pizza chain. An exclusive family recipe, stringent quality standards, finely-honed production methods and a commitment to making the best pizza anywhere sets us apart from other franchise operations.

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Investments

$375,500 – $699,900

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

With $1,300, Ohio State University sophomore Jim Grote bought a small pizzeria in Columbus, Ohio, in 1963 and named it Donatos Pizza. He began franchising the concept in 1991. In 1999, McDonald's purchased Donatos, but the Grote family bought it back in 2003. The company continues to franchise throughout the Midwest, South and Southeast, with franchised locations serving pizza, subs, salads and desserts.

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Investments

$375,000 – $1,379,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

For six decades Jimboy’s has been bringing abundance of happiness into peoples’ lives by focusing on ONE THING: Serving our unique "The Jimboy" original ground beef taco.

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Investments

$171,900 – $472,000

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%+

When founder L. Scott Granneman was thinking of a name for his second pizza restaurant in Willard, Ohio, he remembered one of his customers telling him he made “the best pizza east of Chicago.” The comment stuck with Granneman, and now East of Chicago Pizza has more than 120 locations stretching as far east as Virginia. East of Chicago locations offer favorite toppings such as pepperoni and mushrooms as well as a menu of specialty pizzas like Taco (which is covered with lettuce, tomato, black olives, sour cream, cheddar cheese, beef and salsa) and dessert pizzas (Dutch Crunch apple pizza or Peanut Butter & Jelly).

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Investments

$86,500 – $549,000

Franchise fee

$39,000

Royalty fee

5%

Founded in 1981, Figaro's sells ready-to-eat as well as take-and-bake pizzas. Franchisees may operate carry-out, dine-in or delivery store models.

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Investments

$1,032,000 – $2,274,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

4%

At age 19, Adrie Groeneweg opened the first Pizza Ranch in Hull, Iowa, offering pizza recipes developed by his mother Lorraine. The midwest pizza chain's menu has since expanded to include chicken, buffalo wings, dessert and salad. Customers can order from the menu or eat from a buffet. Franchising began in 1984, and the company's headquarters has moved from Hull to Orange City, Iowa.

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Investments

$73,000 – $142,000

Franchise fee

$15,000

Royalty fee

5%

Snappy Tomato Pizza specializes in providing top-quality pizzas, hoagies, salads, and Snappetizers with efficient and friendly service.

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Investments

$201,400 – $538,200

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

At RedBrick Pizza, pizzas are baked at 100 degrees in three minutes in open-flame brick ovens. The company's recipes use all-natural cheeses, organic tomato sauce, a signature blend of 12 spices, and hand-rolled dough made fresh daily with olive oil. Other menu items include flatbread sandwiches, salads, appetizers, pastas and desserts.

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Investments

$292,146 – $530,652

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Scott Gittrich got his start in the pizza world working as a deliver driver for Domino's while attending the University of Illinois in 1984. He worked his way up to director of operations for a group of Domino's franchises before deciding in 1991 to open his own pizza restaurant: Toppers. The company began franchising in 2000.

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Investments

$225,000 – $325,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

6%

The Ameci Pizza and Pasta corporation is continually expanding into new areas, and becoming a franchisee will make you part of a fast-growing and lucrative industry.

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Investments

$203,500 – $593,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

Established as a franchise company in 1978, our mission has been to provide the highest quality pizza experience available in a comfortable, family environment.

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Investments

$364,000 – $610,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

The concept of Your Pie began in May 2006 when founder Drew French was inspired to cook pizzas in brick ovens during his honeymoon. Visiting his wife’s family on the island of Ischia, Drew fell in love with the brick oven style of baking pizza, and the rest of the Your Pie concept grew from that experience.

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Investments

$220,700 – $513,400

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

6%

At Flippin’ Pizza we believe in the American Dream. It started with our owner, Herminio Llevat, whose family escaped communist Cuba and arrived in the U.S. with nothing but two suitcases when he was only 3 years old…two suitcases and the opportunity to start over and live the American Dream.

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Investments

$336,500 – $608,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

$1.5K/mo.

The first Happy's Pizza, named after founder Happy Asker, opened in Detroit in 1996. The company, which began franchising in 2007, offers a diverse menu including pizza, ribs, chicken, seafood, salads and sandwiches.

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Investments

$509,000 – $902,500

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

Welcome to the PizzaRev-olution – a national movement that’s all about empowering you to “Craft Your Own!”

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Investments

$123,400 – $3,174,009

Franchise fee

$14,000

Royalty fee

4%

The Founding Fathers of Westside Pizza originated in Colville, Washington. While they didn’t have a lot of money, they made up for it with a zealous work ethic and a passion for pizza. They came together to bring delicious pizza to the masses by using quality ingredients and freshly made dough. They were able to accomplish all this while working on a shoestring budget.

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Investments

$455,350 – $791,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

The Pizza Press is taking our fresh and fun “Publish Your Own Pizza” concept to other parts of the United States. Our franchise program is a natural outgrowth of our commitment to encouraging small business owners and fostering positive relationships with everyone we meet. Together with our franchisees, we will continue to build on the respected brand of The Pizza Press and bring newsworthy pizza to your hometown.

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Investments

$386,700 – $694,700

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

In 1980, Mike and Fouly Frangos turned their passion for food and service into a high quality fast food restaurant in downtown Cleveland. Mike focused on serving people with a smile and serving them quickly. Fouly focused on making sure the recipes were exceptional and the presentation of the food was extraordinary.