Today 18 November

Sandwich Franchises

Category: Investments from to k $

Found: 94

Franchise Subway

Investments:

from $147,050

Subway
Subs, salads

Investments:
from $147,050

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Investments

$100,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

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.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$225,250 – $532,417

Franchise fee

$35,000

Friends is a neighborhood grill & bar. We are locally owned and operated by Ray Stanjevich and Suzanne Cartwright, with locations in the Atlanta suburbs of Dacula, Dawsonville, Suwanee, Buford and Winder.

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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.

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Investments

$1,997,700 – $3,750,500

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

5%

After moving from Buffalo, New York, to Kent, Ohio, friends James Disbrow and Scott Lowery couldn't find a restaurant that served the Buffalo-style chicken wings they still craved, so they decided to open their own. Their first sports bar, originally named Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck (or BW-3), opened in Columbus, Ohio, in 1982. The company began franchising in 1991. In addition to wings and 14 signature sauces, Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants offer a full menu including salads, sandwiches, burgers and ribs.

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Investments

$217,500 – $369,100

Franchise fee

20000-25000

Royalty fee

5%

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.

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Investments

$365,000 – $1,097,900

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

John and Bonny opened the first Ritter’s Frozen Custard shoppe in Franklin, Indiana, in 1989. Today, under the TRUFOODS family of brands, Ritter’s Frozen Custard is headquartered in New York City, NY with shoppes all across the Midwest, Florida and Texas.

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Investments

$191,000 – $535,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

In 2010, Jimmy and Gus Shamieh led the Shamieh family in opening the first location in Berkeley, California. Working the store from open to close, the Shamieh family started serving happiness one ice cream sandwich at a time.

Wishing to buy: 3
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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.

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Investments

$148,250 – $561,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

The Steak Escape was established in Columbus, Ohio, in 1982 by Ken Smith and Mark Turner. One year later, Escape Enterprise Ltd. was formed, and Steak Escape started franchising mall sites, as well as locations in college campuses, airports and sports arenas. The privately held company specializes in genuine Philadelphia cheesesteaks and operates in more than 30 states as well as overseas.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$151,500 – $342,500

Franchise fee

$25,000 - $50,000

Royalty fee

$250+/wk.

It all started in 1975 at King Plaza Deli in Daly City, California. King Plaza was a regular hang out for Frank and his friends. Through his personality and sharp wit, Frank was able to negotiate his first job, at the deli, cleaning tables and sweeping floors for $3.00 a day, at the age of eight. He continued to move up the ranks eventually working each and every position in the deli. Frank demonstrated his commitment to the job staying with King Plaza until he started high school at the age of fourteen.

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Investments

$176,500 – $338,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

4%

Cheba Hut is a “Toasted” sub concept that has been curing munchies since its start in 1998. Founder Scott Jennings decided to showcase the harmony between great tasting food and … well, a very specific counter-culture.

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Investments

$165,700 – $296,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

When the original PrimoHoagies opened in South Philadelphia, it seemed as if there was a hoagie shop on every street corner. PrimoHoagies knew that they needed to differentiate themselves from the competition and to emphasize the authentic Italian style of the hoagie, which is how it was originated.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$498,089 – $592,190

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Saladworks was founded in Cherry Hill, N.J., in 1986 and began franchising in 1992. The franchise's menu features signature salad recipes along with a create-your-own-salad option, as well as soups and sandwiches.

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Investments

$310,750 – $497,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5%

We are a family-owned restaurant that caters to both local and seasonal guests, serving only the freshest seafood and the best wings in South Florida. Each unit offers dine-in or carryout services, which complements our entire menu. The Thirsty Turtle has carved out a niche designed to provide great food to customers in a fun, family-friendly environment.

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Investments

$107,000 – $313,000

Franchise fee

$20,000

Minimum Cash Required

$50,000

Silver Mine Subs offers the freshest and finest hot and cold submarine sandwiches, wraps, salads, sides, soups, and chili this side of the mine. There is no grillin or fryin.

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Investments

$145,000 – $345,000

Franchise fee

$30,000

Minimum Cash Required

$50,000

Besides Lobster Rolls exactly like you-d find in Maine (Buttered-toasted Rolls with fresh Steamed Lobster tossed in a little mayo), we have your favorite deli sandwich.

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Investments

$121,733 – $471,283

Wrap City was founded in 2015 in Londonderry, New Hampshire. The original restaurant has since become a staple of the community and, based on its initial introduction, Wrap City is now launching a Franchise program.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$150,000 – $200,000

Franchise fee

$10,000

Minimum Cash Required

$50,000

Since 1984, Atlanta-based Philly Connection restaurants have been perfecting the Cheesesteak sandwich.

Wishing to buy: 4
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Investments

$408,500 – $821,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

After three years of research and product development, Hans and April Hess opened the first Elevation Burger in 2005. The menu features hamburgers made with organic beef, french fries cooked in olive oil, shakes and malts. Restaurants use energy efficient equipment and recycled and recyclable materials and are typically LEED certified.

Wishing to buy: 2
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Investments

$564,050 – $782,700

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

The first incredibly tasty warm sandwich was served over 30 years in Chicago. Since our start in 1977, Potbelly has grown to over 200 stores. We know what works and what doesn't, so we can support you as you accelerate your knowledge base so you can move your business forward. We are friendly, hard working people serving up simple, high quality food, made fast, as a surprisingly reasonable price.

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Investments

$156,650 – $260,400

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%

David and Rosalind Katz wanted to start a shoe store, but didn't have the funds to purchase inventory let alone start an entire business. Instead of giving up, the Katzes moved to plan B, opening a sandwich shop in the Atlanta suburb of Sandy Springs in 1980.

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Investments

$75,000 – $250,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Minimum Cash Required

$75,000

Mr. Pita is the fresh, fun alternative to burger, fries and pizza franchises. One of the strongest trends in the food industry today is the shift towards "fresh and healthy" dining. Mr. Pita is a business system positioned to take advantage of this well-established and growing market.

Wishing to buy: 3
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Investments

$194,475 – $348,500

Franchise fee

$35,000

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.

Wishing to buy: 49
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Investments

$70,000 – $225,000

Franchise fee

$18,000

The first MD Pluckers Wing Factory & Grill was opened in 1995 in Austin, Texas. Our concept is unlike any other restaurant we know of! We believe in serving the highest quality food, including our seventeen delicious flavors of chicken wings and offering our customers the convenience of full service dine-in, take-out AND delivery of our entire menu.