Not Just Another Franchise
Crooked Pint Ale House With Locations Across The Midwest
Current statistics show that people in the U.S. are spending more money dining out than ever before. According to Bloomberg, sales at restaurants and bars surpassed those at grocery stores for the first time since 1992. Studies also indicate that in 2015 over $800 Billion was spent eating and drinking “away from home” – with $20 billion spent at bars and taverns and over $600 billion in sit-down restaurants.
This data, along with other key indicators demonstrate a clear shift in the attitude towards dining and Crooked Pint is on the forefront of this shift. Dining out is a social event – a chance to connect with friends and family – at the “Neighborhood Gathering Spot.” Crooked Pint’s highly successful business model and distinctive culture captures the best aspects from traditional pubs and restaurants and combines them with ground-breaking innovations in menu, design and service to create an outstanding guest experience and an equally impressive business opportunity.
Drawing on decades of experience, our executive team has responded to the market and planned for the future – identifying industry trends, anticipating trend consumer demand well into the future and adopting an intelligent national growth strategy.
Today, our franchisees are introducing an exciting and innovative dining experience to their local markets, helping to build a brand and developing a loyal customer base in key markets while enjoying a healthy ROI and year-to-year performance.
But in our opinion, the real reasons you should consider a Crooked Pint franchise comes down to very simple formula:
Good Food + Good Times = Good Business
Good Food + Good Times
Owning a restaurant or bar is unlike owning any other kind of business. The Energy! The People! The Food! The Experience! There’s nothing else like it.
Beyond the day-to-day energy and atmosphere of a thriving ale house, we offer a solid, proven business model that gives our franchisees the opportunity to earn an impressive ROI. Talk to your franchise developer regarding the financial representations in our franchise disclosure documents.
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