Starting a Huddle House Business Investment
Proven Model. Repeat Business.
Huddle House has been a family favorite Southern dining franchise for more than 50 years. How have we lasted so long in the competitive restaurant industry? There are many reasons.
- Our in-house supply system helps us to keep prices low, allowing us to pass savings along to customers and franchisees alike.
- We’ve proven to be popular in small towns where other large brands don’t want to operate, making our restaurants popular community gathering places.
- Our popular breakfast menu is available all day long, and our customers love that they can enjoy any meal at any time in our restaurants.
If you’re interested in starting a restaurant business, partnering with Huddle house has many competitive advantages. Here’s a high-level overview of some of the important things you should know about our Southern dining franchise opportunity.
Discover Our Opportunities for Southern Dining Franchises
We are looking for smart self-starters
Want to know if you have what it takes to run your own restaurant? The fact is that our franchisees come from all walks of life: some are hometown heroes looking to strengthen their communities, and others are experienced investors looking to diversify their holdings.
We are always adapting, and evolving
The restaurant startup costs for a Huddle House franchise aren’t as high as you might think. Years of experience getting new franchises up and running, we’ve streamlined the costs – ensuring that our franchisees pay fair prices for everything they need, and don’t waste money on unnecessary purchases.
Steps to Ownership
Candidate and start-up support
If you’re looking for an “opening a restaurant checklist,” look no further. We’ve broken down the process of opening a new Huddle House franchise into a series of 6 steps that are further simplified by the guidance we provide throughout. See how we make it easy from experience.
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Disclaimer: © 2019 Huddle House, Inc. This does not constitute an offer to sell a franchise. The offer of a franchise can only be made through the delivery of a Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). Certain states require that we register the FDD in those states. This communication is not directed by us to residents of any of those states. Moreover, we will not offer or sell franchises in those states until we have registered the franchise (or obtained an applicable exemption from registration) and delivered the FDD to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law.