Huddle House FDD – Franchise Information, Costs and Fees
Type of Business
Huddle House, Inc. offers franchises for the operation of full service restaurants that serve all meals, including breakfast foods, during all hours of operation.
Huddle House, Inc.’s principal place of business is at 5901-B Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Suite 450, Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328. HHI was incorporated as a Georgia corporation on April 22, 1964. HHI has operated Huddle House Restaurants since April 22, 1964, and has offered franchises since 1966.
The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Huddle House restaurant franchise is $576,310 to $1,421,175 for a New Development Unit when leasing the land and building and purchasing the equipment and signs. This amount includes $89,000 to $119,000 that must be paid to the franchisor or its affiliates. The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Huddle House at a Non-Traditional Unit ranges from $556,310 to $1,401,175. This amount includes $69,000 to $91,500 that is payable to us. If you sign a Market Development Agreement for the opportunity to develop multiple Huddle House franchises (we do not specify a minimum number to be eligible for a Market Development Agreement), you will pay a development fee for the rights to those development opportunities. The development fee will vary depending on the number of Huddle House Restaurants you are committed to develop, and is calculated as the total of the $35,000 for your first franchise and $17,500 for each additional franchise to be developed (the development fee is separate from the initial franchise fee). The total investment necessary under a Market Development Agreement (based on a commitment of two to three Huddle House Restaurants) ranges from $55,000 to $72,500. This includes $52,500 to $70,000 that must be paid to the franchisor.