Teriyaki Madness Featured in Denver Fox 31
Your mom always told you to eat your veggies, but this time, Teriyaki Madness is making vegetables delicious. As a part of celebrating national vegetable day, Teriyaki Madness was recently featured in a Denver’s Fox 31 news’ segment. Teriyaki Madness shared recipes on their Spicy Chicken Teriyaki and Yakisoba Noodles.
Check out the segment to learn more and make your own Teriyaki Madness dish. Warning: the food is highly addictive!
New Teriyaki Madness Grand Opening in Uptown Charlotte
Teriyaki Madness, featured in The Charlotte Observer, has opened its new location in the Metropolitan shopping center in uptown Charlotte! Being the second location in Charlotte, Teriyaki Madness aims to give an “authentic Seattle Teriyaki House experience” to the locals.
The Charlotte Observer got to take a sneak peek of the new location and loved the look, the food, and the utensils.
“We got the opportunity to try out some of the signature entree items, which are served in plastic black bowls that are easy to pop a top on to take a to go or save for later. My personal favorite was their spicy chicken, served atop a mix of savory cooked vegetables and white rice. Owner Ken Fay says that the new restaurant tries to make it so what comes out of the kitchen actually looks like the pictures.”
Teriyaki Madness at the Metropolitan hosted a grand opening on June 11th giving an incentive to the first five people at the door with the prize of receiving free teriyaki bowls for an entire year!
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The most successful people consistently practice daily habits day in and day out
The most successful people in this world do not reach success by doing the bare minimum and doing things like everyone else around them. The one thing they have in common is “doing the right things day in and day out.” Michael Haith, along with 39 other high achieving executives, is featured in Inc on what his secret is to getting ahead in business and in life.
Michael Haith, chairman and CEO of Teriyaki Madness, notes that the secret of staying ahead in business and in life is by studying the numbers.
“From the moment I wake up, I look at sales and social media reviews for each and every one of my franchisee’s shops. I’m specifically looking at the sales the day before. The result, ultimately, determines the entire management team’s mood that lets us know if we will be having a good day or a bad day. I know it sounds totally cliche, but after building franchisors for the last almost 20 years, as the franchisees go, so the does the franchisor.”
There are many other wise executives out there who give their own secrets to success. To name a few, these executives advise to make your bed, reconsider the impossible, say you’re sorry, clean up email, call someone important to you, inspire your team, exercise and meditate, and many more. Consider these secrets to success and you will most certainly achieve the success you desire.
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Teriyaki Madness Santan Village
Asian fast casual food is now available in the southwest corner of Gilbert’s Santan Village shopping center.
Teriyaki Madness, located at Pecos Road and Market Street opposite Winco Foods, is a fast growing restaurant concept fro Denver that reportedly has a growing fan base around the country.
Friends Sam Jack of Gilbert and Denise Foley of Apache Junction opened the outlet two years after setting up another one in Mesa.
“I wanted to get out of the corporate world,” said Foley, who used to work in information technology and met Jack, who has similar background, during the course of her work.
For Jack and Foley, Gilbert was a natural transition from the first store in Mesa. The owners are present at the restaurant on a daily basis, with Foley handling the majority of day-to-day operations and Jack taking care of things behind the scenes.
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Teriyaki Madness Boca Raton
Teriyaki Madness Boca Raton is a small eatery laid out in a simple fashion, with a couple of spaces to enjoy the meal, including wide, comfy booths big enough to seat large families or a few friends.
The affordable appetizers are a steal, so we indulged in chicken egg rolls ($1.99 each) and chicken potstickers ($3.99), which include six fried dumplings with a sweet ginger sauce. For my main course, I chose a plate of orange chicken, brown rice and stir-fry veggies ($9.49) — each of which was fresh and superb quality. The chicken was sweet and flavorful, the rice was tender and the veggies had a smoky bite to them.
REASON TO GO
The quick service-style coupled with “Seattle Teriyaki” cuisine is an entirely new concept to Boca Raton. It’s also convenient and easy for those nights you don’t feel like cooking and want something easy to clean up.
Mission Bay Plaza, 20437 State Road 7, Boca Raton, 561-405-6028
Hours: Daily, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week.
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