Who can open a Tony Luke’s?
Tony Luke’s currently offers license opportunities to qualified operators with QSR (quick service restaurant) or fast casual experience. We look for someone who can live and operate by Tony Luke’s core values: honesty, maintain a positive attitude, teach and motivate, live with passion and loyalty.
Where can I open a Tony Luke’s?
Development areas are available globally! Tony Luke’s versatility has allowed stores to be successful in sporting venues, malls, stand alone stores, hotels and more. Tony Luke’s licenses currently exist in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and overseas in Bahrain.
Why should I open a Tony Luke’s?
In a city crowded with sandwich shops and the birthplace of the cheesesteak, Tony Luke’s is a standout and Philadelphian favorite. With almost too many local, regional and national awards to mention – it’s no joke that Tony Luke’s takes sandwiches seriously.
Tony Luke’s appeal to all demographics, national and global distribution and recognition, low cost conversion and the use of ‘farm-to-family’ ingredients makes it one of the best restaurant license opportunities in the industry. An iconic owner and face behind the brand, Tony Luke Jr., takes Tony Luke’s from a humble sandwich shop in South Philly to a nationally recognized restaurant chain.
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