Nothing But Noodles
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Inactive Franchise Profile — Nothing But Noodles
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Nothing But Noodles is a fast-casual restaurant offering made-to-order noodle and pasta dishes drawing on a variety of culinary influnces including Asian, Mediterranean, European and American. Nothing But Noodles fills the void between typical, boring fast food outlets and a full, but too costly and time consuming, dining experience.
The initial franchise fee is $25,000. Costs range depending on the type of unit. $424,700 for a Lower Cost Unit, $459,200 for a Typical Unit, and $490,800 for a Higher Cost Unit.
Franchisees train for 2 weeks at a corporate store in addition to 2 weeks of on-site training at your restaurant. Experienced advice, from site selection to negotiating the lease to daily operations, is provided.
It generally takes 90-120 days from lease execution to build a Nothing But Noodles restaurant. The royalt rate for franchisees is 6% and the advertising contribution percentage is .5% of sales, capped at $5,000 per store annually. Franchise agreements are for 10 years with 2 five-year options.
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