How? Just add tacos. We ditch bad vibes and dish out good food. Every. Single. Day.
Ever since opening our first shop in 2003, we’ve spread the good news of good vibes and opened nearly 150 restaurants across the country. Sure, we love taking it easy, but that doesn’t mean we’re slowing down any time soon. If you’re in the market to own your own Fuzzy’s and join one badass family, you’ve come to the right place.
We may know how to chill, but we also put in work when it comes to dishing out amazing food. Our hearts and hands serve up only the best ingredients while always keeping it fresh.
When it comes to our voice, we keep it real. We ditch the fluff and have some fun. We’ve got a sense of humor, and we’re not afraid to use it.
What makes us different? Duh. Us. Our team members are part of the Fuzzy’s Fam, and that makes all the difference. Everyone has a spot at our table.
We believe good vibes are at their best when they’re for a good cause, and we’re always down to make a difference by giving back to our communities.
It’s not just about crushing cravings. It’s about building community. From college towns to city suburbs, every shop is shaped by the locals that hang out there. No two Fuzzy’s are the same – but our food always kicks ass.
At Fuzzy’s, we don’t just have guests, we have fans. We turn what would be a traditional restaurant space into a place where everyone’s welcome to kick back and chill. Our fans don’t just have a Fuzzy’s, they have *their* Fuzzy’s—a place where good vibes and good tacos are always on the menu.
When you’ve got a unique voice and a kick-ass product at a real chill price, standing out becomes second nature in the fast casual segment. Pair those with our commitment to growing the brand with the right people, and you’ve got a recipe for success. With nearly 150 locations across the country, and even more in the works, there’s never been a better time to get in on the Fuzzy’s action.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Taqueria, our new smaller-space franchise format, is the perfect way to bring the good vibes if you’re tight on space. This layout comes with a reduced menu and seating, making owning a Fuzzy’s more accessible than ever.
Leading the Fuzzy’s team takes a ton of passion for taking it easy, but that doesn’t keep Paul from putting in some serious work—especially when there’s chips & queso in the mix. Thanks to his dreams of becoming a chef when he was younger, he’s a natural when it comes to dishing out good vibes and stellar food. When he’s not busting a move to “September” by Earth, Wind and Fire, you can be sure he’s grooving on new ways to make every day badass for Fuzzy’s fans everywhere.
Behind every badass business is a one-time breakdancer that keeps everything running. No? Just us then? Scott loves our Fuzzy’s Fam like huevos love rancheros. In fact, the only other thing that hypes him up more than a Fuzzy’s breakfast is hearing “Mama Said Knock You Out,” which is probably why he does such a knockout job at dishing out good vibes on the daily. From backgammon to Baja Tacos, Scott’s a boss across the board.
When it comes to being awesome at IT, and being awesome in general, Leo is wired in all the right ways. But being a chill dude doesn’t stop his go-to order from being a California Heat Taco or three, and he firmly believes that there’s no such thing as a “least-favorite food” because ALL food is good. Oh, and in case you were wondering, he absolutely rocked MC Hammer pants back in the day and would gladly wear them again. Yes Leo! Work it!
We love Laura. That’s it. That’s the bio. But seriously, thanks to awesome people like her, badass places like Fuzzy’s can exist. She’s always down for a hang sesh with some Shredded Brisket Nachos and is never afraid to live it up by singing out loud. As our resident Jon Bon Jovi expert and Foo Fighters fanatic, Laura absolutely rocks. (Dave Grohl, if you’re reading this—obviously you will—she’s totally cool with being best friends.)
Once a professional baseball player, it just makes sense that Kevin would be a natural at knocking it out of the ballpark as our VP of Operations. Even though his walk-up song in the field would be “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC, he’s just as happy taking it easy to tunes by the one and only George Strait. No matter what he’s up to, he’s always up for adding a Ground Beef Taco with a drizzle of queso to the mix.
|Royalty||5% of Gross Sales||5% of Gross Sales|
|Average Unit Volume||$1,634,290||TBD|
*As disclosed in the FDD issued March 31, 2022. Based on all traditional franchised restaurants open and operating for at least 3 calendar months at the beginning of the 2021 fiscal year, that operated on a continuous basis during the entire 2021 fiscal year.