Sly’s Sliders & Fries is a chef-inspired, fast-casual, cook-to-order, and gourmet restaurant chain founded in Savannah, GA. Since opening in 2014, Sly’s in Savannah has become a major food hub for students, tourists, and locals alike.
Focused on quality food at a fair price, Sly’s took a different approach – take your favorites, make them smaller, and have them all. The rest is local history. Sly’s has been recognized by the NYTimes, Women’s Day, Thrillist, and Savannah Morning News as among the best burgers and sliders in the United States.
The inspiration behind Sly’s is “Southern Comfort Food” with a twist.” All recipes are proprietary, completely unique, and easy to prepare and execute. We are known for our eleven signature sliders and seven slider dogs, all made with an array of elevated proteins and preparations. To complete the experience, we serve our famous hand-cut fries with ten topping choices with a variety of ice-cold craft beer and hard cider that is ideally suited for our menu.
Sly’s Sliders & Fries is a fun and well-differentiated restaurant in the high-demand burger space. Our Southern Comfort fusion brand resonates exceptionally well with people of all ages. Our franchise support allows our operators and staff to have fun doing what we do, which we believe is at the heart of our restaurant’s distinction.
We are committed to making your local enterprise both profitable and fun. To that end, we have carefully engineered an opportunity that is a low initial investment, easy and inexpensive to operate, and is capable of exceptional revenue through dine-in, delivery, take-away, and catering sales channels.
We are looking to build our fun-loving restaurant chain with franchisees who have a passion for wowing consumers with great food at an affordable price. We will work directly with you as well as your store management to locate, design, construct and operate an economical 1,500 to 2,500 square foot restaurant.
Our restaurants have no need for an experienced chef and can be run with 4-7 employees per shift. Multi-unit location development is preferred (not required) for primary and secondary markets. Single unit development is a consideration in smaller thriving markets in North America.