Today 18 November

Franchises with reviews

Category: Investments from to k $

Found: 27

Franchise Pizza Hut

Investments:

from $302,000

Pizza Hut
Pizza, pasta, wings

Investments:
from $302,000

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 6
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Investments

$1,008,000 – $2,214,080

Franchise fee

$45,000

Royalty fee

4%

Ray Kroc, a milkshake mixer salesman, ventured to California in 1954 to visit McDonald's hamburger stand, where he heard they were running eight mixers at once. Kroc was impressed by how rapidly customers were served and, seeing an opportunity to sell many more milkshake machines, encouraged brothers Dick and Mac McDonald to open a chain of their restaurants. Kroc became their business partner and opened the first McDonald's in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1955. McDonald's and the Golden Arches have since become an internationally-recognized symbol of quick-service hamburgers, fries, chicken, breakfast items, salads and milkshakes.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$147,050 – $320,700

Franchise fee

$15,000

Royalty fee

8%

In 1965, 17-year-old Fred DeLuca and family friend Peter Buck opened Pete's Super Submarines in Bridgeport, Connecticut. With a loan from Buck for only $1,000, DeLuca hoped the tiny sandwich shop would earn enough to put him through college. After struggling through the first few years, the founders changed the company's name to Subway and began franchising in 1974. Subway has franchises throughout the United States and in 98 countries, with locations in traditional and nontraditional sites alike.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 4
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Investments

$1,465,550 – $8,586,550

Franchise fee

$45,000

Royalty fee

5%

In 1930, Harland Sanders opened Sanders Court & Cafe in the front room of a gas station in Corbin, Kentucky. He was named an honorary Kentucky Colonel in 1936 for his contributions to local cuisine. Colonel Sanders began franchising in 1952 and awarded the first franchise to Pete Harman in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their handshake agreement stipulated that the corporation would receive a royalty of one nickel for each chicken Harman sold.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$217,000 – $458,400

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Our gelato on a stick is a fun concept and is all natural, easy to eat, and customizable to your own individual choice. A kid-friendly treat which is easily replicable, yet freshly made daily on site to provide an eventful, personalized and memorable experience. Popbar offers a timeless product that caters to all demographics. Owning your own Popbar location will give you the opportunity to grow into a successful and continuously expanding brand in your own market.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$194,625 – $482,550

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Potatopia is the only fast casual restaurant chain in its segment that targets every culture, age, and ethnicity. We have developed a simple system to provide delicious fresh food cooked in an open kitchen delivered in a fast casual environment. You have Mexican, Asian, Italian, American, that start with a carb and build a meal, well why not the potato, its versatile, healthy, and the 4th largest crop in the world. With such massive appeal, Potatopia created 10 styles of potatoes to choose from as your base and then create your own with proteins, veggies, cheeses, and a sauce making it the perfect meal.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$175,000 – $475,000

Franchise fee

$24,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Cheeburger Cheeburger, named for a Saturday Night Live sketch, opened on Sanibel Island in Florida, in 1986. The company began franchising its 50's-style diners five years later. The menu offers customizable hamburgers, french fries, salads and milk shakes.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 5
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Investments

$37,550 – $1,149,900

Franchise fee

$10,000 - $1,000,000

Royalty fee

Varies

7-Eleven's origins date back to 1927, when an employee of the Southland Ice Company in Dallas, Texas, began selling milk, bread and eggs in addition to the ice blocks. That employee, Joe C. Thompson, eventually bought the Southland Ice Company, turned it into the Southland Corporation, and began opening convenience stores. The first stores went by the name Tote'm, since customers "toted" away their purchases, but in 1946, when the stores' hours were extended--from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.--they got a new name. Although 7-Eleven stores are now open 24 hours a day, the name stuck.

Reviews: 10 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$119,950 – $461,700

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5.5% of Store's weekly Royalty Sales

Founded in 1960, Domino's is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery. Domino's is listed on the NYSE under the symbol "DPZ." As of the third quarter of 2018 and through its global footprint, primarily made up of locally-owned and operated franchises, Domino's operated a network of more than 15,300 franchised and company-owned stores in the United States and over 85 international markets.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$133,999 – $351,393

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Dan DiZio began selling soft pretzels at the age of 11, on a street corner in his hometown of Philadelphia. After graduating from college, he teamed up with Len Lehman to open the first Philly Pretzel Factory in 1998, and they began franchising in 2004. In addition to hot soft pretzels, Philly Pretzel Factory stores offer pretzel dogs and sausages, cheesesteak-stuffed pretzels, dipping sauces and frozen lemonade.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$246,500 – $498,500

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

From the day we launched our first Clean Juice location in June 2015, we have been committed to bringing the organic and healthy lifestyle we are so passionate about to the world. What better way to do that than to partner with people who share this same vision?

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$207,500 – $467,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

Teakwood's Tavern and Grill is an Arizona based franchise with multiple locations in the greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area. Teakwood's began in 1998 and has grown into a regional chain, which frequently receives rave reviews. Our concept of a neighborhood tavern with a fun and intriguing ambiance is only the beginning. Our food is what truly sets us apart.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$427,800 – $1,319,200

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

4%

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$587,952 – $896,600

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

Welcome to the magic of Sloan’s…where fantasy becomes reality! It all started with our first location in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1999. Our goal was to create an ice cream utopia for the young and young at heart.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$695,600 – $996,400

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

Business success comes in many forms and from varying paths – some from hard working family owned businesses, some from highly capitalized and investor funded enterprises and some from entering the right markets at the right time, avoiding competition and creating a niche.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$210,353 – $392,542

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

Based just outside of Tampa, Happy Cow Frozen Yogurt was founded in 2013 and began franchising at the end of 2015. Each location offers a rotating selection of self-serve frozen yogurt, soft-serve gelato, ice cream, sorbet and Italian ice, with over 60 toppings and sauces to choose from.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 7
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Investments

$161,500 – $438,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Ever heard of the Brasilian açaí berry? Or the Vietnamese gac fruit, for that matter? These are just some of the healthy ingredients that go into our uniquely delicious açaí bowls and smoothies. Great tasting and good for you, they could also be the key to a refreshing new career path that leads you to growth and independence as a Bowl of Heaven açaí bowl franchise owner.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$376,710 – $542,450

Franchise fee

$10,000

Royalty fee

3%

Tacos rule the world. Well, not really but they should. The most versatile and delicious food item that you can hold in your hand is the center of the Mexican food trend and for good reason.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$340,500 – $625,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

While working as an accountant, Tony Avila began doing some side projects for Alton Doody, a successful restaurant developer. When Avila began considering starting his own business, he and Doody discussed food concepts and realized that despite the popularity of barbecue throughout the South, barbecue restaurants were rare in south Louisiana. Avila contacted his old college roommate Dino Arvanetes, who had experience managing a Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, and the three of them partnered to open the first VooDoo BBQ & Grill restaurant on the parade route in New Orleans on Mardi Gras day in 2002. The fast-casual barbecue concept began franchising in 2006, expanding first throughout Louisiana and then branching out into other southern states.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$98,800 – $287,400

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

$1K/mo.

Sam Hussein opened the first Taste of Mediterranean in Toronto in 2004, and began franchising in 2007. The quick-service restaurants offer Greek and Middle-Eastern food, including gyros, falafel, shawarma, pita sandwiches and salads.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$182,650 – $365,150

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

We take granting an UBQ restaurant franchise very seriously. Consequently, we will make every effort to be most selective in granting restaurant franchises.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$99,850 – $135,900

Franchise fee

$24,900

Royalty fee

5%

Smoothie businesses have benefited from a trend toward healthier eating. Americans are increasingly waking up to the country’s obesity epidemic and are searching for solutions. One of the best and simplest solutions is for Americans to make healthier choices when they decide to eat out. Smoothies are quick, portable, convenient and delicious — so they offer all the advantages of a fast food meal without the disadvantage of wrecking your health.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 3
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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.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$334,000 – $514,000

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

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.

Reviews: 5 Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$293,000 – $772,500

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Flatbread Grill is a fast casual Mediterranean bakery and grill conceived and developed by the Esendemir Sisters in 2007. The menu features a diverse mix of soups, gourmet salads, sandwiches, platters, sides, and beverages all paired with specialty flatbreads baked daily on premises.