Great Falls businessman Aaron Weissman and his crew are still mopping up several construction set-up and operations details but are eager to open the Teriyaki Madness restaurant at 1710 10th Ave. S., Great Falls, in early April.

Weissman said he is excited about opening the state’s first franchise for Teriyaki Madness, a Denver-based fresh Asian grill that features big bowls full of high-quality ingredients flavored with teriyaki. He said it has a tangy, sweet, ginger taste and is made from gluten-free soy.

The restaurant will celebrate its grand opening in Great Falls on April 5 and 6. On Wednesday, April 5, the first five people to order will receive free teriyaki bowls for an entire year and the next 20 will get free teriyaki bowls for a month. The restaurant will offer $5 chicken teriyaki bowls on both days.

“With a neighborhood feel and fresh, top-quality ingredients, our food brings a welcome change from the same-old, same-old to the Electric City,” Weissman said. “We serve large bowls and plates that can be made to order and will make customers feel great and fully satisfied. I love my hometown, and I think everyone here is going to love our food.”

Teriyaki Madness will provide a Seattle teriyaki house experience, he said, adding the restaurant is known for big, bold bowls of rice or noodles topped with fresh-cut vegetables, fresh chicken, beef or tofu and flavorful sauces made in-house daily. The food is fresh and never frozen.

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