Bombshells Franchise


The first Bombshells opened in March of 2013 in Dallas, quickly becoming one of the most popular restaurant destinations in the area. To date, there are 4 locations open in Dallas, Houston and Austin with 3 more in development to open in 2017. Our concept has exceptional Average Unit Volumes with a strong lunch, happy hour, dinner, and after dinner entertainment with strong bar business.

We offer an extensive menu with our focus being unique presentations and outstanding taste all complimented with a scratch kitchen and handmade approach. The same direction is taken with our beverage menu; extensive, refreshing and always unique.


  • Unique décor that pays homage to all branches of the U.S. military, large patios with rollup garage doors and outdoor bar, and more than 75 state of the art flat screen TVs for watching your favorite sports. All food and drink menu items have military names.
  • Bombshell Girls, with their military-inspired uniforms, are a key attraction. Their mission, in addition to taking care all aspects of Bombshells service, is to interact with guests and generate an engaging atmosphere. “They are our image, brand, and future,” said David Simmons, President of BMB Franchising Services.
  • Full bar specializes in draft beer with most locations offering 16 to 20 taps and military inspired drinks, such as Pearl Harbor, American Flag Piña Colada, Bang Bang Bloody Mary, and Big Red Rita.
  • Menu items include wings, with the focus on hot and tasty Defcon 5 being traditional Buffalo, rising to Defcon 1 being nuclear; lighter fare such as blackened chicken salad, grilled tilapia and wraps and signature items such as Uncle Spam, Gung Ho, The Duke, Ike's Ribeye, and M2's. All menu items are made from scratch for a fresh and homemade quality.
  • Existing locations have used old Chicago brick, cold rolled steel, solid iron, reclaimed wood, and blacked out windows to give the feel of a military installation. The cold rolled steel looks like it is part of an airplane. The painted out windows look like they are from barracks.
  • Design elements have included fighter plane wings over the bar, helmets from vintage to modern era military, booths made from bomber jacket leather, slatted wood, military crate-style wall finishes, and columns decorated with 50-caliber shells.
  • Exteriors look like hangars. Cold rolled steel is allowed to rust to give it an aged feel before it is sealed. Palm trees and other tropical touches give it a Pearl Harbor feel. Stacked sandbags built into low barrier walls separate the restaurant from the parking lot.
  • Another key element is our patio. Seating up to 100 additional guests, full bar, stage for all entertainment, gas Tiki torch lamps, and misting fans. Additional elements such as outside fireplace, numerous exterior TVs and elevated sections add to the unique overall Bombshells look and feel.