Hotlanta’s About to Get Even Hotter

Franchisees Bring Spicy Chicken to Atlanta, GA

 

Father and son duo Gonzalo and Pedro de Aristigui are our newest franchisees and they are bringing their Japanese Food Franchise to Atlanta, Georgia!

Gonzalo’s past experience includes working for Coca-Cola for 20+ years. Gonzalo wanted to be a part of the next big thing in the restaurant industry and believes that Teriyaki Madness is just that. 

Gonzalo said, “I love the food, the positioning, the leadership team and the company vibe.”

Gonzalo and Pedro found TMAD through a franchise coach who has been a long time customer of Teriyaki Madness. “I believe in the organization and I’ve watched it grow!”

Gonzalo said, “I would love to help the company and other franchisees expand and potentially become a good example of what a good operations looks like.” 

 

Welcome to the Madness!
Gonzalo and Pedro!

 

Are you ready to

Join the Madness?

The people have spoken, and they want Teriyaki. Asian and Fast Casual are the two fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. Join the Japanese franchise revolution and give people what they want: HUGE BOWLS OF AWESOMENESS!

DOWNLOAD OUR FRANCHISE REPORT BELOW!











    *Indicates Required

    Open a Banh Mi Franchise: What to Know

    Open a Banh Mi Franchise: What to Know     Opening a franchise restaurant can be an exciting endeavor, especially when it involves a popular, unique cuisine like banh mi. Explore options for opening a banh mi franchise in your area. Learn more about...

    read more

    Teriyaki in Palmdale? You Better Bowl-leave It! Former Real Estate Investor to Open 4th Teriyaki Madness Shop, Making this the 150th Teriyaki Madness Shop Open in the US

    Mario Essary is set to open his fourth Teriyaki Madness shop in CA. Essary’s Teriyaki Shop will offer huge, satisfying teriyaki bowls filled with addicting flavors and high-quality ingredients like all-natural marinated chicken, steak, salmon or tofu with fresh, stir-fry veggies and a base of steamed white, brown or fried rice or Yakisoba noodles.

    read more