KRTVKRTV got a sneak peak inside the new Teriyaki Madness Great Falls location on Friday. Teriyaki Madness is an asian-style dine-in and fast casual restaurant. This is the first location in Montana for the Denver-based chain.

Owner Aaron Weissman says Teriyaki Madness will create around 30 jobs for the city.

 

“I think our menu is spot-on fabulous, I think the fresh vegetables, fresh food and all of the big portions are all things that people are gonna absolutely love there in Great Falls,” said Weissman.

 

Teriyaki Madness will host a grand opening April 5 and 6. The first five people to order will receive free Teriyaki bowls for a year with the next 20 people to order receiving free bowls for a month.

Teriyaki Madness was founded in 2003 and has around 40 stores with signed franchise agreements for another 110 restaurants set to be built in the next few years.

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