Pizza is a growing business. In the United States alone pizza is nearly a $50 billion business and growing. There’s a lot that goes into successfully running a pizza restaurant franchise. Making sure you have the right type of restaurant in the right type of location can go a long way to determine whether you find long-term success as a restaurant franchise owner.
With Round Table Pizza there are numerous types of restaurants, and locations, that franchise owners have found success with. Finding the best restaurant type for you can get you on the path toward running your own business sooner than later.
1. Delivery & Carry-out Restaurants
The most compact restaurant option, the delivery & carry-out franchise is set up for speed and quickness. The smallest of all Round Table Pizza restaurants, as small as 800 square feet, the delivery & carry-out restaurant franchise option is great for urban areas as it allows for customers to grab a pie quickly while on the go.
What makes these types of restaurants appealing is that they have the lowest amount of overhead to get off the ground. So if you’re interested in running your own pizza restaurant franchise, and want to keep it simple, then the delivery & carry-out option is the best one for you.
2. Traditional Dine-in Restaurant Franchise
This is the classic sit-down, dine-in restaurant. Generally between 2400-4000 square feet, this type of restaurant is great if you’re looking for a place where a couple can come for a relaxing night out or where a family can go to get a meal together.
This is also the restaurant franchise for you if you’re looking for something more. Traditional dine-in Round Table Pizza restaurants have an arcade room and feature a more diverse menu that includes things like pasta and flatbreads as well as alcohol and a salad bar. This is the restaurant franchise for you if you’re looking for something in a larger city.
This is the largest of all of our restaurant franchises. Usually between 4200-6500 square feet, the clubhouse takes the traditional dine-in concept and greatly expands upon it. From adding burgers and a slew of appetizers to including space for a pub area and banquet rooms, the clubhouse is the way to go for a more social, casual atmosphere.
4. International Restaurants
While Round Table Pizza has its roots in California (and takes pride in those roots!), we have restaurant franchises across the globe. Each of those restaurants maintain the Round Table Pizza branding and commitment to fresh, quality ingredients while also adapting to fit into the local culture.
To learn more about restaurant franchises, locations, and anything else you would need to know to get involved with the Round Table Pizza family, check out our resource library today.