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FAQS About Our Authentic Mexican Restaurant Franchises
Does the Blue Burro Mexican restaurant franchise team help me secure financing?
No, we do not. We’re happy to refer you to reputable institutions, but it is ultimately the franchisee’s responsibility to secure funding.
Please visit our Investment page for more details.
Do I need restaurant experience to open a Blue Burro burrito franchise?
Prior restaurant experience is helpful, but you don’t need to have it to open your own Blue Burro Mexican franchise restaurant. Our support team is always ready to give you the training and assistance you need.
More important to us than restaurant experience is leadership experience and potential. This will be your Mexican restaurant franchise, and your staff will look to you for guidance and strong leadership.
Are there royalty fees?
We do have royalty fees. Please fill out the “Get started” form, and our Franchise Development Manager will contact you to provide additional information.
How large of a space should I find to open a burrito franchise?
Every situation is different, and no one size fits all. However, you should look for a space with a minimum of 1,300 sq. ft. for your kitchen and dining room footprint. Spaces of up to 2,200 sq. ft. are ideal for a Blue Burro restaurant.
We assist with site location after you sign our franchise agreement, as well.
How many employees should I have to open my Blue Burro Mexican restaurant franchise?
On average, you should plan to hire 15-20 employees, but that can vary depending on restaurant size and location. We help you determine your optimum staff size during your onboarding.
How do I construct my new Mexican food franchise?
You can work with our exclusive architect to draw up plans for your store, and we give you guidance throughout the construction process. It’s the least we can do for members of our franchise family.
How much does it cost to invest in a burrito franchise opportunity?
Total investment for a Blue Burro franchise is between $237,700 and $582,500. The final investment requirement depends on several factors, including local site prices, space size, contractors used, and build-out scope.