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    Some Commonly Asked Questions About How to Own a Restaurant with Vicious Biscuit

      What experience do I need to own a restaurant with Vicious Biscuit?

      We seek friendly and outgoing business builders who are called to the restaurant industry and know the true meaning of Southern hospitality and customer service. Restaurant or food service experience is required unless the franchise owner is partnered with an experienced restaurant operator. We are looking for financially qualified individuals who understand Vicious Biscuit will entertain guests with a friendly attitude and welcome them into our restaurants as family. Our culture is just as entertaining as our food.

      What is provided as part of the Vicious Biscuit franchise program?

      At Vicious Biscuit, we offer initial and ongoing training to our franchise owners, general managers, and assistant directors for up to five weeks at our flagship location. Further, members of our team will join new franchise owners at their location for up to eight days at the launch of the business. In addition, you will have access to our exclusive confidential operations manual to help operate your restaurant properly on a day-to-day basis.

      How much will the Vicious Biscuit franchise program cost me?

      The estimated initial investment necessary to begin operations ranges from $736,400 to $1,053,250 per location. This includes a $35,000 initial franchise fee for a single unit agreement.

      How do I get started?

      If you’re interested in learning more about how to own a restaurant with Vicious Biscuit, contact us at 843-258-4360 or franchise@viciousbiscuit.com, or by using the form provided on this site to discuss the possibility of setting up a meeting, speaking with our key management staff, and receiving our FDD which contains all the important details you’ll need to make an educated decision. (Our Franchise Disclosure Document is available only by email as a .PDF and you will need email capability and Adobe Acrobat to receive, open, and read the file.)