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Old Chicago

Franchise

Old Chicago was started in 1976, when a few buddies opened a pizza joint in Boulder, Colorado. And from the start they agreed to base Old Chicago on a few basic principles: Serve up delicious, handmade pizza, have the best lineup of cold beers in town and always treat the Guests like family. Their food is savored for its freshness and flavor, while their lineup of 110 beers is famous for its variety and their Guests can always expect their warm, genuine hospitality. Not only that but Old Chicago teammates show their giving spirit by volunteering time and a portion of paychecks to local charities through the Old Chicago and Rock Bottom Restaurants Inc. Foundation.

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Facts & Figures

Liquid capital required
$900,000
Investment
$1,300,000 - $2,100,000
Franchise fee
$40,000
Units in operation
96

Overview

The food choices reflect modern dining trends, like super fresh dinner salads served with dressings made on the premises every day. The classics they are known for such as made to order pizza, wings and a range of burgers are also available. Think of it as bar food worthy of a first date. The other half of Old Chicago's winning combination is a huge range of world-class craft beers in the Taproom. Ranging from American pale ales to porters and stouts, there is always a new find for even the most worldly beer enthusiast.

Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom Restaurant Franchise History

Old Chicago was founded in 1976 by a few friends in Boulder, Colorado. From the very beginning, their goal has been to serve up great handmade pizza, have the best beer list in town and treat everyone who walks in like family. The menu has kept up with the times, but the core philosophy has remained the same.

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