Taco Maker Mexican Grill

Franchise Costs

Franchisee Options

Financing: Via 3rd party
Training: Available

Franchisor Details

Incorporated Name: The Taco Maker
Home Office: Orlando, FL

About Taco Maker Mexican Grill

The quick casual restaurant is, right now, the best positioned for success in the industry. Offering a relaxing and fun atmosphere to the clientele to stay and eat or take the order and go, Taco Maker Mexican Grill offers an amazing assortment of wonders from south of the border and delicious desserts like our sugary churros.

Potential franchise owners can be assured that there is a lot to gain from investing right now in a Taco Maker restaurant. The chain continues to expand at a rapid and exciting rate.

Values & History

Taco Maker was founded in 1978 in Puerto Rico by Gil L. Craig and expanded rapidly throughout Puerto Rico through franchising. Acquired by FransGlobal in 2006, the brand's modernization and resurgence caused a franchise explosion throughout Puerto Rico and, more recently, into the United States.

The core value of Taco Maker is to provide fresh ingredients in healthy supply to our customers, who love biting into a large platter of tacos, burritos, or any of our other well-regarded main dishes.

Industry Performance

With over 100 restaurants of various sizes, including the quick express versions, the Taco Maker Mexican Grill brand has never been stronger. With the ardent support of a successful brand company machine like FransGlobal supporting the venture, enthusiastic owners both in Puerto Rico and in the now completely wide-open territory of the United States will enjoy a robust partnership. There is a lot of excellent potential for the chain to continue to expand and for hard working owners to stake a claim in this particular gold rush. Standard Mexican cuisine coupled with the successful quick casual setup is a winning combination.

Purchasing a Taco Maker Mexican Grill Franchise

What's nice for a franchise owner is the versatility involved with the chain. Most franchise restaurants are configured in one specific way with a take it or leave it policy. However, FransGlobal has discovered that Taco Maker Mexican Grills work if they are very large and offer lots of seating for customers, all the way down to an express version with no seating at all! Therefore, you have wiggle room to negotiate the type of restaurant that you want to own. You can position the location as a stand-alone restaurant, dual-brand it with one or several of FransGlobal's other major chain brands, or situate it within an airport or other venue where only a small-sized amount of square footage is required.

You won't see that kind of versatility with most brands. That makes this opportunity unique and it can be tailored to your interests as a business owner and restauranteur.

Ideal Candidate & Qualifications

We love enthusiastic and successful business people who aren't afraid to take a chance on opening a franchise operation. If you are well versed in marketing, customer service, running a staff, and have worked in the restaurant business previously, we're interested in discussing the opportunity to run a Taco Maker Mexican Grill with you.

If you have never run a restaurant before, we will train you and your staff and provide all of the support you could ask for in order to help achieve the best results and make your experience lucrative.

Training & Support

Our experts have over two decades of knowledge, and we're ready to provide it all to you. From our corporate training classes where we will instruct you on every aspect of running a Taco Maker Mexican Grill properly, to our in-person guidance as we assist you with everything from choosing the size and type of restaurant, location and lease procedures, marketing and advertising, supplies and inventory, and running a franchise like a champion.

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Taco Maker Mexican 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