If you’re excited about the idea of becoming your own boss, and are thinking about opening a diner franchise to do so, we think the Huddle House opportunity is one of the very best investments out there. We’re a beloved brand with over 50 years of experience in Southern hospitality, and our motto of “Any Meal. Any Time” has helped us to grow from coast to coast. We believe in the value of the Huddle House opportunity, but we also know you might have questions: what does it cost to open a diner franchise with us, and more importantly, what does that cost get you?Let’s take a brief look at what your initial investment will look like and how it’ll set you up to be a member of the Huddle House family.
Initial Franchise Fee
Becoming part of any franchise brand requires investors to pay a one-time initial franchise fee, and at Huddle House, ours is between $25,000 to $35,000, depending on the restaurant format you choose. This fee helps offset the cost of the training and support you’ll see from us as we help you set up your new restaurant and you learn how to operate it. Regardless of the format you choose, we’ve been able to put together a range of figures that are a realistic estimate of what your start-up costs will look like. This range includes just about everything you’ll need to start your new business, including build-out costs, signage, initial marketing expenses, uniforms, inventory, and more. Careful planning the of Huddle House franchise cost reduces the risk of unexpected expenses and better prepares you for the challenges and rewards ahead. With all this said, your startup costs could range from between $519,935 and $1,338,075. Bear in mind that factors such as the size of your location, your decision to purchase or lease the space, and where your territory is located will also influence the total amount you’ll spend. And while we can’t promise you won’t see them, our attention to detail greatly reduces the likelihood of unexpected costs.
Flexible Restaurant Formats
One of the great benefits of your Huddle House franchise cost is the flexible restaurant models available to you. From freestanding buildings, to end-caps of shopping centers, to co-branded sites in travel centers, truck stops, or hotels and motels, the Huddle House model is adaptable to multiple scenarios. This ability to choose a restaurant format allows our franchise partners to work within budgets and pick the best format to meet their goals. And no matter what format they choose, we’ll be there to help them, every step of the way.
Training and Support
At Huddle House, we’re proud to work with franchise partners who come from a variety of backgrounds, regardless of whether or not they have experience in the diner business. No experience is no problem, and that’s because we make sure our franchisees enjoy comprehensive training and support that prepares them to operate their franchise and deliver the Southern hospitality our customers love and that Huddle House is known for. And while a background in the restaurant industry can be helpful, equally if not more helpful is the willingness to work, to put together a great management team, and to make strong community connections that let your town know who you are.
If you’d like to learn more about the Huddle House investment and all it’ll get you, reach out to us today!