Franchise

Transform yourself and your community as an Over Easy® franchise owner with a pioneer in the modern Breakfast and Brunch space.

And did we mention.....
you're home by 3pm!

Over Easy® Franchise FAQ's

Yes, either you or a partner needs restaurant experience.  An experienced and successful multi-unit operators with a track record of building successful teams and operating clean and profitable restaurants.

For each Over Easy restaurant to be developed a prospective franchisee must have at least $200,000 in liquid assets and a net worth of not less than $500,000.

Estimated initial investment ranges from $296,500 to $814,000 which includes the one-time initial Franchise Fee of $30,000 for the first location and $20,000 for each additional location .

Royalties are 5% of gross sales and the brand development fund  contribution is currently 1%. We also require the franchisee to spend another 2% on local advertising or local co-op if applicable. 

A franchisee must be actively involved as an operator of their Over Easy restaurant(s) either through their own involvement or that of a dedicated operating partner (with equity) who is committed to the full-time management of the Over Easy business.

The size depends on the market and location. The current Over Easy restaurants range from 2,000 to 3,200 sq. ft. The optimal size is 2,500-2,800 sq. ft.

One of the best things about our business is the hours of operation.  Most Over Easy restaurants are open from 6:30 am to 2 pm Monday thru Sunday. You can work your business and have time to pick your kids up from school.

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This franchise offering is not being offered by us or by anyone acting on our behalf or with our knowledge to residents of (nor is it otherwise specifically directed to any person in, nor will any franchise or business opportunity be located and/or sold in) California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington or Wisconsin, until the offering has been registered and declared effective and an approved disclosure document has been properly delivered to the prospective franchisees.