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 from Denver that 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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