Rosati's Pizza

When you own a Rosati's pizza franchise, you'll be part of a family of highly motivated entrepreneurs who are serious about pleasing customers and know what it takes to operate a successful business.

What Does a Rosati's Pizza Franchise Cost?

To buy a franchise with Rosati's Pizza, you'll need to have $100,000 - $125,000 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $225,000 - $275,000. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *


Financial requirements for this franchise:
Liquid Capital:$100,000 - $125,000
What does Liquid Capital mean?
Total Investment:$225,000 - $275,000
What does Total Investment mean?


Options available to Franchisees:
Financing:Via 3rd party

Franchisor Details

Facts about this Franchise:
Total Units:97
Incorporated Name:Rosati's Franchising, Inc.
Franchising Since:2006

Rosati's Pizza Franchise Information:
About US

In 1927, Ferdinand Rosati's son Sam opened the first Rosati's restaurant in Chicago. When a streetcar ride cost a nickel, stockyards covered the south side, and the city's tallest building was twenty stories high, Rosati's was quickly becoming the place for authentic Italian cuisine.

When Sam retired, his sons moved to the suburbs with a new and timely idea. The year was 1959 and pizza was catching on. Today the stockyards and street cars are gone. Sears Tower and Big John rise over 100 stories. And Rosati's continues to deliver Italian Cuisine that's fresh, hot and delicious.

Now we have over 145 Rosati's restaurants in 11 states and growing. We still use original Rosati's family recipes. We slow roast our beef for that famous Chicago taste. Our pizza dough, sauces, lasagna, and meatballs are all made from scratch daily. When it comes to pizza, we use our secret blend of three cheeses and pile on the fresh ingredients as if we were cooking it for our own family. We even use an authentic baker's oven. It may take a little longer than "assembly line" pizzas, but it creates a taste so delicious to your table you'll find it's well worth the wait.


Rosati's pizza is seeking highly qualified individuals, area developers, and operating partners. Approval is based on overall experience, personal and financial qualifications, and a proven track record of success.

Rosati's is a neighborhood concept that is looking for a neighborhood near you.

When you own a Rosati's pizza franchise, you'll be part of a family of highly motivated entrepreneurs who are serious about pleasing customers and know what it takes to operate a successful business.

The Package

We offer assistance in nearly every aspect of your business, from site selection, equipment acquisitions, construction concerns, training and marketing programs, and operations support.

Before opening your Rosati's pizza franchise you'll participate in an in-depth, 30-day training program at one of our locations in order to learn the aspects of the business. After construction of your store is complete and ready to open, a Rosati's pizza team goes on-site and works with your employees to help assist in the daily operations of your Rosati's pizza franchise.

You will also receive ongoing support, distributions channels to purchase products, advertising, and data base mailings, all at reduced pricing for Rosati's pizza stores only.


Rosati's Pizza is currently accepting inquiries from the following states:

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Rosati's Pizza is also currently accepting inquiries from Canada.

* This information may have changed since first published. We recommend that you always verify fees, investment amounts, and offers with the business opportunity directly prior to making a decision to invest.