Teriyaki Madness is coming to Great Falls!

A press release from the company says that on Monday, April 3, the first five people to order will receive free teriyaki bowls for an entire year, and the next 20 people to order will receive free bowls for a month. Other prizes and coupons will be given out throughout both days.

The 2,000-square-foot restaurant, located at 1710 10th Avenue South, seats 30 people indoors and has light outdoor seating available for about 12 people, and is expected to provide 30 jobs in the community. It will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Weissman explained, “I’ve always wanted to open a restaurant. I’ve been in industrial distribution for a lot of years. People might know the Weismann family here, and the opportunity came to go take advantage of this, and I’m excited.”

The “fast-casual” franchise has locations in California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Nebraska. Click here to see the menu on the company website.

Click here to read the full article.

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