Ricky’s offers a variety of restaurant franchise options, each featuring stylized, comfortable décor and innovative & delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Choose the model that works best for you.
Tammy Wright, the Ricky’s All Day Grill co-franchisee in Regina, Saskatchewan, possesses a cheerful personality that’s as warm and sunny as the sunny-side up eggs her guests can order from the restaurant’s famous breakfast menu.
Whether it’s -40 C in the winter or +40 C in the summer, Tammy makes sure the climate’s just right inside this oasis of comfort and culinary bliss.
Little wonder Tammy and her business partner, Chris Diana, have become role models for all Ricky’s franchisees. Their five-year-old restaurant located in the Best Western Seven Oaks hotel is now one of the community’s most popular dining spots for locals and travelers alike. In 2010, Tammy and Chris won Ricky’s Franchise of the Year honors for their region that encompasses Saskatchewan and Southern Alberta.
Relying on each other’s strengths, this dynamic duo has carved up the responsibilities of operating the 5,000-square-foot restaurant, lounge and banquet facility that >>MORE
If a crowd is any indication, Ricky’s All Day Grill – in the sprawling strip mall complexes that make up so much of Shawnessy – is a great place for breakfast.
After a brief wait, we got to join the throng – business folk, a couple of cowboys, lots of guys in construction gear, and families with kids – at a table.
Ricky’s is cut from the same cloth as a lot of chain restaurants working to look a little homey, a little funky.
There’s the faux stone fireplace, the big screen TVs, the open grill – it always does my heart good to hear the sizzling and enjoy the eclectic mix of cooking smells – and pictures of Lucille Ball and Marilyn Monroe.
Jake isn’t an eggs-andbacon kid, so his eye fastened on the Famous Pancakes ($3.99) on the kid’s menu. For 99 cents more, he could get it >>MORE