Stagecoach Pizza is a pizza restaurant chain primarily located in the Northwest United States. As its name indicates, pizza is the main draw. Priced affordably, customers can select whichever toppings they’d like and in the size they desire (small, medium, large, family, or jumbo). Customers can also select one of Stageline Pizza’s Speciality pizzas (the Stagecoach Special, Cajun Pizza, Taco Supreme, Death Valley, Bacon Cheeseburger, and Vegetarian) or Gourmet pizzas (Hawaiian Stagecoach, the Desperado, Chicken Vegi Ranch, and Meat Eater’s Delight.) Diners with dietary restrictions can also inquire about gluten free pizza.
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Pizza isn’t the only thing on Stageline’s menu. Pasta dishes that include beef, chicken, or vegetarian, as well as ravioli, are also quite popular. As a healthy alternative, there are about a dozen types of salad (buffalo bleu chicken, buffalo chicken, chicken fajita, taco, chicken Caesar, dinner, Greek, tropical chicken, and balsamic bleu). Sides include nachos and bread products like breadsticks, cinnamon sticks, cheesesticks, and jalapeno popper cheese bread. For meatier fare, Stageline Pizza also serves wings which can be ordered at varying degrees of spiciness, as well as soft drinks that are available through Pepsi Co.
Stageline Pizza Franchise Opportunities - History
The majority of Stageline Pizza locations are in Montana, in towns and cities that include Missoula, Great Falls, Whitefish, Belgrade, Columbia Falls, Eureka, and Polson.
Stageline Pizza Franchise Cost / Initial Investment / Stageline Pizza Franchise Income
Exact costs to own a Stageline Pizza franchise are unavailable at the current time, though figures appear to fluctuate depending on the restaurant’s location, and the socio-economic status of the particular region.
Stageline Pizza Business Opportunities: Other Information
Many customers prefer to order pizza from local shops instead of from huge chains (such as Pizza Hut, Dominos, Papa John’s, etc.) because of the perceived quality. Because Stageline Pizza isn’t one of the large chains and has an independent sort of feel, customers are still attracted to the company, while owners have all of the benefits and support of being part of a franchise.