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Pizza & Taproom Franchise Opportunities in Atlanta, GA

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Smokin' Oak Pizza Franchise adopts a model that leverages a tested and successful business approach, managed by skilled and passionate industry leaders. This enables franchisees to concentrate on their core strengths and operations, while still reaping the rewards and benefits of owning a thriving business in the competitive pizza industry.


The Smokin’ Oak Pizza Journey to Franchise Ownership

Our pledge is to provide you the highest level of training, ongoing support, operational knowledge and respect as you begin your journey to opening a Smokin’ Oak Pizza franchise.

Intro Call

Have an introductory call with the development team.

Attend Webinar

Attend the Smokin' Oak Pizza franchise webinar.

Document Review

Review the Franchise Disclosure Document.

Management Call

Have a call with the Franchise Management Team.

Discovery Day

Participate in Discovery Day at a Smokin' Oak Pizza location.

Sign Agreement

Execute the Franchise agreement.

Site Selection

Site selection, architectural design and construction begins.


Kick off your marketing campaign for your grand opening.


On-site training and support at your franchise location.

Grand Opening

Host Grand Opening Day at your brand new location!

Smokin' Oak Pizza market in Atlanta, GA






134 sq mi








Wood-Fired Pizza in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta serves as the capital and most populous city in the U.S. state of Georgia, positioned as the seat of Fulton County with a portion extending into neighboring DeKalb County. According to the 2020 U.S. census, the city accommodates 498,715 residents within its limits, ranking as the eighth most populous city in the Southeast and the 38th in the entire United States. Furthermore, Atlanta forms the nucleus of the expansive Atlanta metropolitan area, boasting a population exceeding 6.2 million people (2022 estimate), thereby earning the designation of the eighth-largest U.S. metropolitan area. Nestled amidst the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains at an elevation surpassing 1,000 feet (300 m) above sea level, Atlanta boasts distinctive topography, featuring rolling hills, verdant landscapes, and the most densely populated urban tree coverage among major U.S. cities.


In terms of geography, Atlanta encompasses 134.0 square miles (347.1 km2), comprising 133.2 square miles (344.9 km2) of land and 0.85 square miles (2.2 km2) of water. Positioned in the Deep South of the southeastern United States, Atlanta straddles the Eastern Continental Divide, standing at an elevation of 1,050 feet (320 m) above mean sea level. The city's unique location results in rainwater on the south and east side flowing into the Atlantic Ocean, while precipitation on the north and west side drains into the Gulf of Mexico. Atlanta's development occurred on a ridge south of the Chattahoochee River, forming part of the ACF River Basin, with the river bordering the city's far northwestern edge, and its natural habitat has been preserved, in part, through the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.

Atlanta's strategic location places it 21 miles (33 km) southeast of Marietta, 27 miles (43 km) southwest of Alpharetta, 146 miles (234 km) southwest of Greenville, South Carolina, 147 miles (236 km) east of Birmingham, Alabama, and 245 miles (394 km) southwest of Charlotte, North Carolina.


Examining demographics, the 2020 U.S. census discloses Atlanta's population of 498,715, with a population density of 3,685.45 persons per square mile (1,422.95/km2). Racially, the city comprises 51.0% Black or African American, 40.9% White, 4.2% Asian, and 0.3% Native American, with 1.0% identifying as other races. Additionally, 2.4% of the population reported two or more races, and Hispanics of any race constitute 6.0% of the city's population. The median household income stands at $66,657, and the per capita income is $54,414, while 20.2% of the population lives below the poverty line.


Why Choose a Smokin’ Oak Wood-Fired Pizza Franchise?


We’re dedicated to being the best

We combine old world baking methods with fresh quality ingredients to produce our amazing wood-fired pizza. It is admired by pizza lovers across the U.S. Fresh ingredients, never frozen is not just a motto, but our way life! We’re so fresh, we don’t have a freezer!


We are an industry innovator.

The concept was created in 2009 as an independent restaurant with an eye on expansion and franchising the model. When Smokin’ Oak Pizza began franchising in 2017, we took those 8 years of experience and injected those learnings into the franchise model.


Our Product is in demand.

The pizza industry generates over $40 billion per year in revenue. The average American eats 23 pounds of pizza every year. 93% of American eat pizza monthly and 13% of Americans say they eat pizza daily!


We have an experienced management team.

We are not only wood-fired pizza experts, but industry leaders in restaurant operations. Our seasoned management team has significant experience in human resources, employee and management development and training, product development, branding, marketing, and financial services.


We are committed to our Franchise Owners’ success.

Simply put, when our Franchisees succeed, we succeed. As part of our Smokin’ Oak Wood-Fired Pizza family, you will receive comprehensive assistance and the full benefit of our management team’s extensive restaurant experience.

If you’re interested in owning a Smokin’ Oak Pizza franchise, provide us your information to schedule your initial call.