In February, Huddle House changed hands for the second time in six years. Private-equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners dealt the 55-year-old chain to Elysium Management for an undisclosed sum. In that span, the family-dining icon retracted its total unit count by 44 units to 349 locations generating more than $240 million in annual systemwide sales.
Huddle House recently commemorated its 2018 annual franchisee convention, which was held July 22-25 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.Themed “Our People, Our Success,” the convention brought the entire organization together to celebrate the brand’s system-wide successes, guiding principles, sense of camaraderie and community-centric business values.
Private-equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners announced Thursday it has sold Huddle House, Inc., the leading franchisor of the 54-year-old family-dining chain, to Elysium Management. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Huddle House announced Monday a complete revamp to the sandwich section of its menu, with the new addition of Two-Hand Sandwiches at select locations across the country.With a savory new sandwich to meet every type of craving and flavor profile, guests can choose from any of the following flavorful Two-Hand Sandwiches, all of which are served with a choice of French fries, sweet potato fries or tater tots:Crispy Chicken Club: Served on a toasted brioche bun, this sandwich consists of Crispy chicken breast (or grilled, if you prefer) piled high with Applewood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato, pickle chips and chipotle mayo.
Huddle House announced the appointment of Carl Jenkins as Director of Real Estate.“Carl Jenkins is the perfect fit for the Huddle House team,” says Michael Abt, CEO of Huddle House. “He joins us with an expansive amount of commercial real estate experience, giving him excellent comprehension of strategic real estate sites that will allow our current and prospective franchisees to build and maximize their business’ potential.
Breakfast enthusiasts, your wishes have been granted. Huddle House has “stuffed” its menu with new varieties of popular guest favorites as part of the recent introduction of a collection of limited time offers.
Driven by a new store model and revamped operations, Huddle House enjoyed its most impressive growth spurt in 15 years, the company announced Wednesday.In fiscal 2017, the iconic chain, which was founded 52 years ago, signed 36 new franchise agreements to open new locations across the country, and entered new markets across 14 states.
The nation’s iconic neighborhood restaurant and gathering place, Huddle House, announced Wednesday a breakfast breakthrough that will sweeten mornings for millions around the country. Featuring flavor profiles unlike ever before at Huddle House, the new Sweet Cakes capture every itty bit of taste buds with fluffy, platter-size pancakes that are topped with unquestioned sweetness.
Huddle House announced that it has opened its doors in Lubbock, Texas. The restaurant is located at 6616 Milwaukee Ave., Suite 100, where local residents are now able to enjoy the “Any Meal, Any Time” hometown hub morning, noon and night.
Huddle House opened its doors in East Orange, New Jersey. The restaurant is located at 539 Main Street, near the Brick Church Plaza, where local residents are now able to enjoy the “Any Meal, Any Time” hometown hub morning, noon and night.
Driven by a pledge to the community, Huddle House restaurants across the country are joining the bandwidth of businesses committed to helping rebuild the Gatlinburg community following the aftermath of the recent wildfires.
Huddle House, the iconic 50-year-old Southern breakfast franchise known for serving Any Meal. Any Time, has launched a revamped franchise information site for people interested in learning more about the Huddle House franchise opportunity.
Huddle House announced the promotion of Melissa Rothring to Executive Vice President, General Counsel and the appointment of Trevor O’Connor as Director of Real Estate.“We are excited to further utilize the expertise of Melissa and Trevor on our team,” says Michael Abt, CEO of Huddle House.
Huddle House announced that it is spreading its “Any Meal, Any Time” mantra throughout the country with new locations planned for development in a collection of key markets. Today’s most iconic neighborhood diner has more in store for communities clamoring for a warm hometown hub where every conversation, sip of coffee, and bite of home-cooked meals are savored.
Four years and three franchises later, Brandon Standiford and his father-in-law, Terry Wingfield, are bringing Huddle House to their hometown of Owensboro, Kentucky. The restaurant will open early next year at 3248 Mount Moriah Drive.