In Korea, owning a bb.q franchise has been a shortcut to success for over 25 years. Now that opportunity has come to America. While other chains replicate Korean fried chicken, we serve the real thing, and consumers love it. Combine that with 9 simple steps to ownership, 3 restaurant models to choose from, and one professional support team, and you’ll quickly understand why we’re one of the fastest growing franchises in the country.
Countries around the world
Locations in the US
Consecutive years of sales growth
“I feel fully supported by the bb.q corporate team in my own growth plan, starting with my first bb.q venture in Chino Hills, CA, and as I’ve grown to now be a multi-unit operator with five other locations in California,” said John Kim, Chino Hills franchisee. “Bb.q is an expert at franchising, and I definitely see room to grow with the company. The lengths the brand takes to set its franchisees up for success is unmatched, and I am grateful for its continued support.”
“We always put the franchise first. That’s our motto – the franchisor thrives when the franchise thrives. That’s a core value for bb.q Chicken.”
The first step towards opening your own bb.q Chicken begins by completing the form below.
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*AUV calculated based on Chicken & Beer locations