Who doesn't love a good burger? Doesn't get much more classic American than burger and fries! Explore these exciting burger franchises and discover one that appeals to you. Each of these concepts is different and offers a unique take on the traditional hamburger cuisine. Enjoy your search -- you are sure to work up an appetite! You can revise your search below.
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Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
Join the largest barbecue chain in America! With over 550 locations in 47 states, our smokin’ hot franchise has been treating guests to great tasting barbecue since 1941. If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio or looking to retire and start a business, we’re seeking passionate entrepreneurs to join our highly rated franchise.
$ 100,000 Min.Cash Required
Sports. Wings. Burgers. Beer. That is what customers, investors, and Franchise Owners love about Stacked Pickle. Franchising with Stacked Pickle gives you the opportunity to own a fun and stable business, to interact and celebrate with your community, and to build a profitable business while being personally mentored by a Super Bowl champion.
$ 200,000 Min.Cash Required
Since 1982, The Great Steak and Potato Company has been serving the finest cheesesteaks in hundreds of locations across the United States and abroad. Now known simply as Great Steak, our menu has grown from a single cheesesteak to a complete line of specialty sandwiches, fries, and baked potatoes. Check out this delicious franchise today!
$ 150,000 Min.Cash Required
Fun Facts: Burger
- Hamburgers are named after a cut of beef, the Hamburg Steak, which originated from Hamburg, Germany.
- Americans consume an average of 3 hamburgers per week! Wow, that's a lot of beef!
- The oldest burger chain is White Castle founded in Wichita, Kansas in 1921 by Walter A. Anderson and E.W. Ingram.
- The Hamburger Hall of Fame is located in Seymour, Wisconsin. Who knew? And we thought Wisconsin only was concerned with cheese!
- Louis Lassen, a lunch cart operator from New Haven, Connecticut is said to have been the first person to serve a hamburger. In 1900, Louis served a simple ground beef sandwich to a hungry customer. The Lassen family still runs Louis Lunch 114 years later! But don't ask for ketchup, mayo! The burgers are served on plain bread and only condiments are cheese spread, tomatoes and onions! http://www.louislunch.com/
- The average number of BBQ's during the summer, per family, has risen from 2.5 around ten years ago to over 9! That's a lot of BBQ!