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Huddle House Eyes Farmerville, LA for Expansion

Iconic Small-Town Diner Offers Hearty Returns

February 11, 2021 // Franchising.com // HALEYVILLE, Ala. - Huddle up, Farmerville: Huddle House is coming to town.

Huddle House has announced that it is spreading its charming small-town hospitality into Louisiana with plans to open a new location in Farmerville.

“When looking for a perfect location to open the next Huddle House restaurant, the great town of Farmerville met all of our criteria and is a perfect fit,” said Jessica Ray, Director of Franchise Marketing. “Our famous Southern-style comfort food offerings have become fan-favorites in Louisiana throughout the years. We are looking forward to building a strong relationship with the community of Farmerville by bringing our fast-casual dining franchise to their doorstep.”

Huddle House restaurants have earned widespread admiration in their communities for their warm, friendly atmospheres where every conversation, sip of coffee and bite of home-cooked meal are savored. Loved for its round-the-clock breakfast, Southern hospitality and big portions at fair prices, Huddle House embeds itself into every community by bringing friends and families together over delicious food, served from the heart.

Farmerville is the largest town in Union Parish, Louisiana. Situated along the beautiful Lake D’Arbonne, the area is only 20 miles from Interstate 20 and is known for its placement in the heart of “Sportsman’s Paradise.” With a thriving economy due to its rich outdoor sports and activities industry, Farmerville is ready for a neighborhood restaurant that continues to forge connection in the community.

“With a proven track record of thriving in small towns like Farmerville, Huddle House offers a promising business opportunity for those looking to join the franchising industry and help their community grow,” added Ray. “Local entrepreneurs will be well-positioned for success due to the town’s close proximity to Interstate 20 and the tourism driven by the outdoor sports industry.”

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