Chick-N-Grill

Franchise Costs

Liquid Capital Required: $251,000 - $493,000

Franchisee Options

Financing: Via 3rd party
Training: Available

Franchisor Details

Incorporated Name: Chick-N-Grill
Home Office: Boca Raton, FL

About Chick-N-Grill

At Chick-N-Grill, we provide a consistent quality of health-conscious food and an enjoyable atmosphere for our customers. We've got a large selection of freshly-made and grilled food. We combine menu variety, atmosphere, ambiance and friendly staff to create a sense of "belonging" for our daily customers.

Values & History

We started in 1999 as Gables Chicken Grill and later evolved into Chick-N-Grill. During the next few years, our chain grew very quickly with new stores and the acquisition of several existing restaurants that were converted into our locations.

In late 2007 Chick-N-Grill was acquired by CNG Acquisition, which is comprised of the Senior Management Team that runs one of the largest Pizza Hut franchises in the United States.

We provide a unique combination of a high-quality dining experience at a reasonably low price. We provide a unique, mid-scale, innovative atmosphere that successfully entices customers to bring together families and friends to dine and socialize. We want "word of mouth" to be our best form of marketing.

Industry Performance

Market & Competition

In today's highly competitive environment, it is becoming quite difficult to differentiate one restaurant concept from another. At Chick-N-Grill, we have created mouth-watering recipes that are superior to that of our competitors. Customers can taste the quality and freshness of the product in every bite, without the fast-food feeling.

We are unmatched in the Going Green Movement, leading by example and reducing our carbon footprint on the environment. We continuously gain our loyal customers through devotion to our signature menu items such as grilled chicken breasts, BBQ and Bourbon chicken, churrasco steak, stuffed potatoes and pitas, plus several choices of salads, side items and desserts. Our casual atmosphere and high-end food distinguish us from other casual dining foodservice providers in America.

Fast food chains may have low-priced hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken, fish, French fries and tacos; however, they use average ingredients and provide only an average store atmosphere. We only serve high quality, fresh, healthy and tasty entrees.

Most fast-food chains are suffering because of the market trend toward healthier eating. It is well documented that these chains are struggling with high fat and high caloric content in their food. Their response has been painfully slow and uncreative as they have only been able to come up with weak attempts to offer healthier alternatives in the form of salads, fruit and bottled water. By comparison, we are way ahead in the healthy eating game.

Purchasing a Chick-N-Grill Franchise

We are growing at a fast rate due to the high level of customer satisfaction expected and delivered by our franchisees. Our Franchise team is ready to assist you in becoming a member of our family of worthy business partners as we are full of strategies and proven procedures to make the most of your business venture. Along with our great food and service, our franchise business position is to be a healthy alternative in the Fast-food segment.

Ideal Candidate & Qualifications

We have three exciting franchising opportunities:

  • One for the single-unit restaurant owner,
  • One for the multi-unit operator and
  • Another for a co-branded store.

Training & Support

Being a Chick-N-Grill franchisee will give you access to our team of support staff and partners, plus the security of our expertise and brand recognition.

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Available In:

Chick-N-Grill is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming