A West Coast original—Togo’s offers big, fresh, meaty sandwiches and one-on-one service. We look for people who will be involved in the business, managing their restaurant or providing oversight for restaurant managers to maintain an A+ experience for guests.
To buy a franchise with Togo's, you'll need to have at least $150,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $350,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $240,500 - $545,700. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *
|Financing:||Via 3rd party|
|Incorporated Name:||Togo’s Eateries, LLC|
Togo’s is a West Coast original, with an emphasis on quality ingredients and friendly service that has set us apart in the restaurant industry—especially within the fast-casual sandwich segment.
Togo’s was started in San Jose in 1971 by a young college student with a big appetite and a little money. He bought a small sandwich shack, where he started making sandwiches the way he liked them—big, made-to-order, and stuffed with fresh ingredients. Before long there were lines out the door.
We began franchising in the late 1970s and have developed a loyal fan base that continues to grow.
Nearly 49 years later, we can confidently say that we have a cult-like following. After all, you don’t win the title “West Coast Original” in a prize fight—we have fresh baked artisan breads, premium meats that are hand-sliced daily and fresh Hass avocados to thank for that.
Visit a Togo’s and you’ll see for yourself—the heritage that we were founded upon is still reflected in the passion that every franchisee, guest and employee has for the brand and the unwavering high-quality we stand for.
Our sandwiches are custom-built, one at a time, for each guest, whether to guest orders from the cashier, the kiosk, online, or through a delivery service provider. We know our guests want quality, but they also want convenience, so we’re making that happen in our new Togo’s 3.0 locations.
Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington
Interested parties should have at least $150,000 in liquid capital to invest.