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Franchise Profile — Captain D's
Captain D's is a pioneer and leader in the fast casual seafood dining category.
How was Captain D's launched? The first Captain D's opened in Donelson, Tennessee in 1969. It was then called Mr. D's. And the big idea behind it was to serve high quality, quick-service seafood. Over 30 years later this big idea, now Captain D's, has grown to almost 560 plus restaurants in 22 states.
Captain D's menu offers a wide variety of fried, baked and broiled fish and shrimp dishes, seafood-stuffed crab shells, chicken and a variety of side items including corn, baked potato, cole slaw, tossed salads, hushpuppies and desserts, among others. They also offer a variety of seasonal seafood favorites.
Captain D's Seafood is in the midst of its most-aggressive franchise expansion in more than 30 years of operation. Ideal franchise candidates will be motivated by brand awareness; committed to food quality, guest satisfaction and teamwork; and passionate about growing the Captain D's brand. If you are looking for a rewarding franchise opportunity, fish around Captain D's website. You will be hooked in no time.
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