No matter where you go, you know you can find that great Bueno taste at all of our restaurants, and that consistency shows in our history. Our operating performance has been impressive, and the Bueno brand has delivered positive financial results in strong and weak economic environments.
A GROWING BRAND
More than 180 Stores Across 7 States
STRONG UNIT VOLUMES
$1.24M Average Unit Volume*
GREAT UNIT ECONOMICS
Average COGS: 28.3%*
Average Labor & Benefits: 26.2%*
Why We're the Bueno Choice
Our loyal customers rave about our authentic, fresh Tex-Mex, but how do we work for franchisees?
Ease of Operations
We’re experts in the art of making fresh food fast. With almost 50 years of perfecting our business, we can give you with the recipes, facilities and training you need to provide great food and service in a profitable way.
You’re never on your own on team Bueno. Experienced restaurant developers and operators will provide the support you need through the process of finding, launching, equipping, staffing and operating your store. Plus, our marketing teams always have you in mind.
Customers Crave It
The QSR consumer is evolving. They want more information on the foods they eat, and they want to find it quickly while they’re on the go. Bueno understands the changing face of this industry and delivers a freshly prepared foods model that meets these needs with QSR convenience and prices.
Who's a Bueno Candidate
Running restaurants is simpler than you think, but it takes a lot of hard work. We can teach you the Bueno way to manage a business, but these skills and experiences help franchisees be successful:
Restaurant operating experience (Multi-unit experience a plus!)
Desire to be hands-on and actively involved
Strong work ethic
Enthusiasm for food and serving customers
Adherence to systems, standards and specifications
Capital to build to desired scale (20% equity required)
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*See Pages 36-38 of our Franchise Disclosure Document dated June 28, 2016 (Item 19 – Financial Performance Representations – Restaurant Cash Contribution Information chart and Notes 1-5). Taco Bueno Franchise Company, L.P., 1605 LBJ Freeway, Suite 800, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234. AUV calculated by aggregating the total sales in each sales range and dividing the total aggregated sales for the 152 stores reflected in the Item 19 by 152. COGS % calculated by aggregating the total materials costs in each sales range and dividing by the total aggregated sales from the 152 stores reflected in the Item 19. Labor & Benefits % calculated by aggregating the total labor & benefits costs in each sales range and dividing by the total aggregated sales from the 152 stores reflected in the Item 19. Your individual financial results may differ substantially from the results stated, and we cannot estimate the results of any franchisee. New York Disclaimer: This advertisement is not an offering. An offering can only be made by a prospectus filed first with the Department of Law of the State of New York. Such filing does not constitute approval by the Department of Law.