Franchisees kick off Grand Opening with takeout, delivery and curbside orders.



TMAD is still opening new shops despite the Madness! Franchisees, Kris & Fred Dobrowitsky made the decision to open their doors to their Teriyaki Shop with a Grand Opening planned for May 14th.

Originally scheduled for March, Kris said, “Everyone in the community has been super supportive. I’ve been getting messages asking when we will open, and we’re waiting and we’re waiting, so I’m glad to tell them we’re going to open!” 

Dobrowitsky said they halted their progress for weeks. However, it got to a point where it didn’t make financial sense to hold off opening. So now, they will be ready for takeout and delivery meals through GrubHub starting next week.


For their Grand Opening, the Dobrowitsky’s will have $5 Chicken Teriyaki Bowls all day.


On Saturday, May 16, $1 from every regular bowl will be donated to a local charity called Caroline’s Peach. Dobrowitsky said it’s a charity dear to her heart, as her friend’s daughter, Caroline, passed away from an aggressive brain stem tumor. The foundation works to help other sick children in her memory.

As for the opening a new restaurant during a challenging time, Dobrowitsky said, “Well, you know, if anything… we need to eat!”

Visit the newest Teriyaki Shop opening at 33155 West Shore Drive, Holland, MI!

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