How Much Does It Cost To Open A LaRosa's Pizzeria?
There are a wide range of options for an individual franchise. Your initial investment will vary depending on a number of factors, including the condition of the premises, the amount of construction performed by the landlord, geographic areas and your capabilities. The estimated initial investment for developing a LaRosa's franchise breaks down as follows:
- Our initial franchise fee is $35,000.
- Store construction approximate costs (not including real estate costs)*:
- $400,000 - $500,000 for End-Cap or Inline Units
- $800,000 - $950,000 for Free-Standing Units
- Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment: approximately $400,000 - $450,000
- Smallwares: approximately $20,000
*Many factors can affect the actual cost of building a LaRosa's Pizzeria. These figures are approximations which do not represent actual construction costs.
What Are The Royalties & Fees?**
Our initial franchise fee is $35,000 and is non-refundable.
We charge a 4% royalty fee. This fee is based on net sales, and is used to support LaRosa's business development and improvement activities.
We charge a 4% advertising fee (based on net sales) which helps cover the costs of marketing and advertising for the brand.
We also charge a transaction fee for each order processed through our One Number Guest service phone center and online ordering. This fee covers the cost of supporting both the phone center and website and the technology used to transmit pick up and delivery orders to your pizzeria.
**Our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) includes more detailed information regarding royalties and fees.
How Long Does It Take to Become a LaRosa’s Pizzeria Franchise Owner?
We can move at the pace that works for you. Typically, however, the process takes about 4 to 8 months, which allows ample time for careful consideration before making a decision. This timeline is subject to change and may vary significantly depending upon individual circumstances.