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Pizza Franchises

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Found: 115

Franchise Vocelli Pizza

Investments:

from $170,000

Vocelli Pizza
Pizza, subs & wings

Investments:
from $170,000

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Investments

$281,000 – $757,750

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

NEAPOLITAN PIZZA, WITH AN ALL AMERICAN ATTITUDE

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Investments

$100,000

Minimum Cash Required

$100,000

Our philosophy on franchising is similar to our food philosophy… fresh, organic and local. Like the ingredients that go into our pizzas, we have the freshest fast-casual pizza stores around, with a fresh look, cool vibe and contemporary feel. Like our organic topping options, we have organic interest in our franchises from entrepreneurs who have a passion for our product and their sights on success. And like our locally sourced produce, each local franchisee lives, works and plays in and around the community they serve.

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Investments

$269,000 – $596,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

Our authentic Italian recipes, high-quality ingredients, clean environment, great customer service and competitive prices are what sets us apart from the rest. All of our food is made to order, from our salads to our generous servings of pasta. We are dedicated to providing you with only the best tasting Italian Pizza and entrées.

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Investments

$388,000 – $687,300

Franchise fee

30000 

Minimum Cash Required

$150,000

A Smokin' Oak Wood-Fired Pizza franchise perfectly meets the demand of today’s consumers for freshness of ingredients, speed of preparation, consistent and outstanding quality, and a great dining experience.

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Investments

$733,700 – $779,986

Franchise fee

$46,000

The franchisor is MidiCi Group LLC. MidiCi Restaurants offer build-your-own Neapolitan pizzas, salads, appetizers, dessert items, beverages, and other products for retail sale to the public.

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Through the tremendous dedication of its franchise owners and their drive for the future, Simple Simon’s Pizza is continuing to grow. Now is the time to be a part of the rapid expansion of one of the best kept franchising secrets in the food industry.

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Investments

$367,000 – $691,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Minimum Cash Required

$500,000

What makes it SKINNYPIZZA®? We have spent years creating a thin pizza crust that has great taste and complements any topping. At the same time, we have carefully crafted our entire menu for those that are health and environmentally conscious, as well as those that simply love great tasting pizza, pasta, salads and soups.

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Investments

$256,450 – $546,000

Franchise fee

$40,000

Minimum Cash Required

$150,000

Firenza is a fast-casual pizza restaurant that creates "Pizza Like Never Before!" A whole new fresh-fired pizza concept that captures the essence of superfast-casual dining. Customization, quality, and speed-of-service, gaining traction in a marketplace that demands it all!

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Investments

$303,200 – $762,350

Franchise fee

40000 

We started out with a simple idea and a single pizza shop. Every day since, we’ve refined our business model and drilled down on the details. The result is a system that is profitable and scalable. When you own a Johnny’s Pizza franchise, you’re investing in a business that can help you build long-term wealth and leave a legacy for your family.

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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

$136,200 – $1,241,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

The roots of Rosati's Pizza go back to the early 1900's, when Ferdinand Rosati opened a small restaurant in Chicago. His son, Sam, followed in his footsteps, opening his own restaurant in 1927. In 1964, Sam's children used his recipes and opened Rosati's, one of the first pizza places to offer delivery. The Rosati family still controls the business today, but began expanding through franchising in 2006.

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Investments

$130,120 – $844,420

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

John Schnatter dreamed of opening his own pizza restaurant from the time he was a high school student working at a local pizza parlor in Jeffersonville, Indiana. After getting his business degree from Ball State University in 1983, he returned home, knocked down the broom closet in his father's tavern, sold his car to buy used restaurant equipment and began delivering pizzas.

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Investments

$289,780 – $762,530

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Marco's Pizza franchisees sell made-to-order pizzas, specialty pizzas and submarine sandwiches, as well as salad and Cheezybread. Marco's was founded in 1978 by Italian born Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco.

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Investments

$395,500 – $989,500

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

Blaze Pizza, the recognized world leader in fast, artisanal pizza, is looking to add to our team of top-tier franchise partners. Recently ranked as the number one pizza brand in America in a leading consumer poll and as the number one brand of the year by Fast Casual magazine in 2017, we’re excited to be opening up several new major markets to fuel our expansion. Our Franchise Development Team is ready to meet with experienced multi-unit developers in Dallas, Cleveland, Houston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Virginia and Indianapolis. Want in? Complete the interest form using the link below and learn more about the most beloved pizza brand in the country!

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Investments

$470,000 – $651,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

8-10%

Brothers Eugene and John Jetts opened the first Jet's Pizza in Sterling Heights, Michigan, in 1978. Franchising began in 1990. Each locations offers pizzas-- including Jet's signature deep-dish square pizza-- submarine sandwiches, salads and sides.

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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

$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

$228,300 – $475,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

In 1973, James Hearn converted a 1,000-square-foot hamburger shop in Taylor, Michigan, into a carry-out and delivery pizzeria called Hungry Howie's. Steven Jackson, currently president of Hungry Howie's, began his career delivering pizza for Hearn. In 1976, he approached Hearn about becoming partners and opening a second Hungry Howie's location in Southgate, Michigan. The partners awarded their first Hungry Howie's franchise in Auburn Hills, Michigan, in 1983. The company offers Flavored Crust pizzas in eight varieties, oven-baked calzones, chicken wings, bread and salads.

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Investments

$503,814 – $787,984

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

to 6%

Founded by Don and Dolores Dissman in 1971, Schlotzsky's serves meat, light and specialty sandwiches, along with pizzas, salads and soups. Today the company is a subsidiary of Focus Brands, which also franchises Carvel and Cinnabon.

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Investments

$1,419,000 – $2,177,000

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

4%

Do you love Old Chicago? Are you an experienced entrepreneur trying to find your next success story? Then you’re in the right place; Old Chicago franchising opportunities are available! With a solid leadership team, over two decades of franchising experience, and the ability to earn over 30% cash on cash returns annually on leased property, Old Chicago offers a franchising experience unlike any other! Our programs make it easy for you to integrate and offer the world famous hand crafted pizza and craft beer that Old Chicago is known for, all while giving you access to all the data and metrics you need to run a successful business.

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Investments

$296,950 – $894,000

Franchise fee

$25,000 - $35,000

Royalty fee

6%

After coming to America from Naples, Italy, Michele Scotto opened his first pizzeria in 1964 next door to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway. Franchising of Villa Enterprises began in 1999, with stores designed to operate in high-traffic locations such as malls, airports, sports arenas, universities and casinos.

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Investments

$156,000 – $643,500

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

Founded in 1979, Oakhurst, California-based Pizza Factory prepares pizzas, pasta, calzones and other favorites for its customers throughout the western United States and China. When Danny and Carol Wheeler opened the first restaurant near Yosemite National Park, it was called Danny's Red Devil Pizza. A name change and a few years later, the first franchise was opened with the help of Ron and Joyce Willey.

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Investments

$126,250 – $442,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Since 1955, Ledo has been making pizzas with a recognizable rectangular shape and thick-sliced pepperoni. Ledo's franchise locations also offer appetizers, soups, salads, pastas, burgers, submarine sandwiches, calzones and desserts.

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Investments

$111,550 – $210,050

Franchise fee

$10,000

Royalty fee

$300/mo.

Jim Fox started working with pizza when he was 12, hanging around a local pizza shop filling soda machines and folding pizza boxes. In 1971, at age 24, he started Fox's Pizza Den in Pitcairn, Pennsylvania. With $500, a rented storeroom and a few pieces of used equipment (rescued from a snow-covered Pittsburgh scrap yard), he began to build his empire. In 1973, Fox's Pizza Den started offering home delivery. In addition to pizza, Fox's offers stromboli, hoagies and wedgies (a sandwich served on pizza crust). Jim Fox assisted with Carnegie Mellon University's robotic team in developing the country's first pizza-making robot to help the physically disabled own and operate their own shops.