Damon’s Grill and Sports Bar is a leading, full-service, casual dining restaurant brand emphasizing prime rib, grilled steaks, chicken, seafood, salad and Damon’s award-winning ribs. Damon’s guests enjoy a quiet dining room, or can enjoy Damon’s high-energy Clubhouse, featuring DTV, a proprietary, state-of-the-art multi-screen entertainment system offering sports, network programming and interactive games. Customers can feel the energy when they walk into Damon’s. Then they taste Damon’s passion for excellence when they bite into the restaurant’s award-winning food selections.
Full Franchise Information
Damon’s is a restaurant brand with great heritage and a strong, committed and seasoned management team. The Damon’s Grill leadership team has positioned the brand to be the nation’s premier sports grill and one of the top franchising organizations in casual dining. Damon’s Grill provides franchisees with outstanding training and support commensurate with restaurant companies significantly larger and more well-known. Franchise support includes assistance with real estate, design and construction, operations, purchasing, marketing and training.
Damon’s Grill Franchise Opportunities – History
Damon’s International, Inc., parent company of Damon’s Grill and Sports Bar, was founded in 1979, and is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The corporation now oversees more than 100 company-owned and franchise locations worldwide.
Damon’s Grill Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Damon’s Grill Franchise Income
The franchise fee for Damon’s Grill is $50,000. The total investment to open and operate a Damon’s Grill ranges from $1.2 million to $3.2 million, with 10-year Terms of Agreement. A 4% royalty fee on gross sales is paid to the company.
Damon’s Grill Business Opportunities: Other Information
Damon’s Grill entertains its customers in style with a state-of-the-art audio-video entertainment system that provides local and national sports events in high definition, popular television shows and interactive trivia every day. Wireless table-top speakers allow guests a rare restaurant opportunity to listen to any program being shown.