Po'Boys Creole Café
Want to open a restaurant? Want to open a bar? Do both! Po' Boys Creole Café has earned a reputation for serving up good food and good times.
Inactive Franchise Profile — Po'Boys Creole Café
Based on our research, this is no longer an active franchise opportunity. Please contact us if franchises are still available.
At Po'Boys Creole Café, they serve up the finest in Creole cuisine, including Po'Boy Sandwiches, Jambalya and Gumbo. All locations also feature beer, wine and spirits. The combo of great food and great drinks means that Po'Boys serves a healthy dollop of good times to every customer.
This is a great franchise to own. The franchisers have implemented a flat fee royalty schedule that charges franchise owners a flat weekly service fee instead of a percentage of their gross revenue. Long story short, they take good care of their franchisees. Visit their website for more information on the company and the franchise opportunity
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