On The San Antonio Riverwalk | (210) 222-0220 | Get Directions
(210) 222-0220 | Get Directions
 

Franchise

Request A Brochure

Mad Dogs British Pub is launching its next exciting journey: offering franchises to qualified food service operators and professionals interested in bringing the Mad Dogs British Pub brand and experience to their communities.

Please fill out the form below. A Mad Dogs British Pub salesperson will call you back and chat about some of the basics. We will then send you a confidential application form. Once we get the form back, we will send you our full color brochure and start the process moving.

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How soon are you looking to invest in a franchise?

In what state are you looking to invest in a franchise?

The total investment necessary to begin operation of a MAD DOGS® British Pub franchise ranges from $601,925 to $1,406,330. This includes the $40,000.
that must be paid to the franchisor or affiliate.

How much equity do you have to invest?

I am interested in:
A Mad Dogs British Pub franchise opportunity brochure (Electronic Format)
Speaking directly with Mad Dogs British Pub’s franchise development about available opportunities.

Fish 'N' Chips

We are famous for our Fish & Chips, however our menu also boasts the Best of British Pub Grub showcasing such tasty home favorites as Cottage Pie, Scotch Eggs and Bangers & Mash. All this alongside fresh salads, sandwiches, steaks, burgers and even a section dedicated to Vegetarian Fare.

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Mad Dogs British Pub
123 Losoya Street, Suite 19,
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Located directly on the Riverwalk under the Hyatt Regency.
Directions
(210) 222-0220

 
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