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Opa! of Greece Franchise

Initial Franchise Fee $25,000
Number of units 100
Investment Level $300,001 ~ $400,000
Franchising Since 1998
Royalty Fee 6% Adv.: 3%

Everyone is welcome here, our team, our suppliers and our customers, they are all part of the OPA! family. We celebrate our diversity and really care about our customer experience. Like a Greek family celebration, you can feel the love and energy. Real Greek food served by real people, OPA! is a truly authentic experience and our customers know exactly what they are going to get. Simple ingredients and big flavour and no one else does anything like it. OPA! delivers healthier choices modern customers want, whole food, unprocessed and additive free. From plant based protein salad for clean eaters to our Greek Fries for the kids, there’s something for everyone. Prepared and cooked FRESH. Good for you food that people feel good about choosing. OPA! is a FRESH take on quick service…and you don’t have to go far to find us!

The OPA! franchise concept is available in 2 formats which would include a 400-500 square foot quick service food court unit, or a 1,000-1,400 square foot fast-casual restaurant. The investment level is approximately $425,000-$499,000. To qualify, you will need a minimum of $150,000 in liquid assets.


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  • Site selection and Lease negotiations
  • Restaurant design and construction
  • Four week training at a designated training store
  • On-site pre and post opening support
  • On-going operational support
  • Marketing support
  • Bank financing assistance
  • Purchasing power on ingredients and menu items
  • New product development


Opa! of Greece franchise


  • Visit an OPA! restaurant and taste our delicious Greek food
  • Contact us directly and submit your completed Franchise Application Form
  • We’ll reach out to discuss further details


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Apr 16, 2018

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