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EXCELLENT UNIT ECONOMICS

 

Our business model proves that if you are hyper-focused on providing a high quality product and exceptional customer service, you will be successful. The proof for this premise is our track record of success. We invite you to research the economics of our business model in comparison to other Fast Casuals out there, and come to that determination yourself.

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This place is so friendly and the food is absolutely amazing. I love their fish tacos and i love making personal bowls. It’s like a chipotle only ten times healthier and tastier. Their Wall of Flame filled with all kinds of hot sauces is so cool. I highly recommend this place.

Sarah K.
Newtown, PA

This place is so friendly and the food is absolutely amazing. I love their fish tacos and i love making personal bowls. It’s like a chipotle only ten times healthier and tastier. Their Wall of Flame filled with all kinds of hot sauces is so cool. I highly recommend this place.

Sarah K.
Newtown, PA

INVESTMENT

The initial investment range for California Tortilla is $378k to $697k. Actual costs will be determined largely by the type and condition of the real estate and the particular market you are in. Accordingly, our financial requirements are based on the availability of $250K in liquid capital, $1M net worth and a high credit score.
If you qualify to being our education process, we will share with you the detailed economics of our business model. You’ll also get the opportunity to speak with our Franchise Owners directly about their financial performance. In the meantime, here’s a snippet of our unit economics included in our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
TYPE OF EXPENDITURE

 

COST

 

TYPE OF EXPENDITURE
COST
Initial Franchise Fee
$40,000 
Prepaid Rent and Security Deposit
$19,200 – $41,800
Leasehold Improvements
$175,000 – $260,000
Signage
$10,000 – $30,000
Furniture and Fixtures
$15,000 – $40,000
Computers and Equipment
$8,700 – $13,200
Restaurant Equipment
$50,000 – $130,000
Initial Inventory and Supplies
$7,500 – $15,000
Smallwares
$12,000 – $16,000
Uniforms
$1,500 – $2,500
Travel and Living Expenses During Training
$0 – $7,500
Insurance Deposits
$2,000 – $3,000
Grand Opening Advertising
$7,500 – $10,000
Miscellaneous Opening Costs
$15,000 – $58,000
Additional Funds (Working Capital)
$15,000 – $30,000
Total:
$378,400 – $697,000

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