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At A Glance section:
Sector: Fast-Casual (emerging specialty pizza brand opportunity)
Number of units: 27 units open and in development from New York to California
Sales: Sales from $3,551,026.14 (USD) (1,300 sq.ft.) to $605,242.33 (USD) (1,100 sq.ft.)*
Average size: 800 square feet – 3,000 square feet
Artichoke Franchise Opportunity
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza is the largest and fastest growing New York pizzeria in the U.S. The hugely popular New Yorker co-founders, and cousins, Francis Garcia and Sal Basille, are fourth generation restaurateurs.
Sal and Francis have brought their homemade brand of authentic Italian and classic New York pizza to a new level with fresh and unique recipes, and have consistently impress critics, fellow chefs, and chowhounds.
Artichoke Franchise Advantages
- Expanding footprint into Europe & Asia with a special focus on the UK market
- In-demand concept means perfect fit for prime real estate & flexible conversion options from 800 sq.ft. to 3,000 sq.ft
- Unique New York specialty concept means minimal competition, great real estate advantage, large UK consumer appeal
- Never-ending lines, & devoted customers includes celebrities like Keith Richards & Mario Batali
- Regular mainstream media exposure; Tonight Show, Rachel Ray Show, The Chew, New York Magazine, numerous popular food blogs, & Artichoke Pizza’s own TV series ‘Pizza Cuz’ & ‘Pizza Masters’ on Cooking Channel & Netflix
- Multi-Unit Franchises
- Area Development Franchises
- $1 million net worth
- $500k liquid capital available to investment
- Ready to develop at least a 5-unit territory in a major UK market
* Figures represents the financial performance range of 6 franchised Artichoke Basille’s Pizza restaurants that were in operation continually during fiscal year 2017. Related costs can vary due to several factors. Please refer to our Franchise Disclosure Document for a complete breakdown of costs.
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