WHY OWN A DICKEY'S FRANCHISE

NATION'S LARGEST
BARBECUE CHAIN

NEWS, AWARDS, KUDOS

Dickey’s great tasting barbecue gets great press. Gratefully (yet humbly) we receive flattering write-ups from tough industry critics, insightful entrepreneurial organizations and people who study the world of franchisees.

VIEW ALL AWARDS
dine-in-png

DINE-IN

Barbecue smoked slow but served in a fast-casual atmosphere.

catering png

CATERING

Our national catering hotline (866-BARBECUE) vets almost 3,000 calls and on-line inquiries monthly and sales continue to break monthly records

retail png

RETAIL ITEMS

Barbecue sauce, rubs, gift cards, and "Mr. Dickey's Barbecue Cookbook” are available in Dickey's Barbecue Pit Restaurants.

holiday meals

HOLIDAY MEALS

Barbecue smoked slow but served in a fast-casual atmosphere.

online-ordering

ONLINE ORDERING

Online ordering, drive-thru (if applicable).

delivery

OUTSIDE DELIVERY

Third party delivery services are growing in popularity and help grow your business.

TOP 10 REASONS TO INVEST IN
YOUR OWN DICKEY'S BARBECUE FRANCHISE

  • 1. Established brand
  • 2. Low franchise fee
  • 3. Site location assistance
  • 4. Thorough training in management, operations & marketing
  • 5. Protected territories
  • 6. High purchasing power to avoid over-paying for goods
  • 7. Quality products in our restaurants
  • 8. Six revenue streams
  • 9. Ongoing support from our home office
  • 10. Multi-unit development deals available

NOTE: This website is not a franchise offering. A franchise offering can be made by us only in a state if we are frst registered, fled, excluded, exempted or otherwise qualifed to offer franchises in that state, and only if we provide you with an appropriate franchise disclosure document. Follow-up or individualized responses to you that involve either effecting or attempting to effect the sale of a franchise will be made only if we are frst in compliance with state registration or notice fling requirements, or are covered by an applicable state exclusion or exemption. The following states regulate the offer and sale of franchises: California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. If you reside, plan to operate or will communicate about the franchise in one of these states, you may have certain rights under applicable franchise laws or regulations.