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Culture Food Teriyaki Madness to re-open in Colleyville Feb. 24

Teriyaki Madness to re-open in Colleyville Feb. 24

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Teriyaki Madness, a Denver, Colorado-based, fresh Asian grill, will soon return to Colleyville. Shree Rama is re-opening the city’s Teriyaki Madness on Feb. 24, located at 4712 Colleyville Boulevard in Colleyville.

The Teriyaki Madness location on Colleyville Boulevard will be operated by Shree Rama, a first-time business owner with a professional history in the IT industry. It is the first of two Teriyaki Madness openings coming to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, with another restaurant set to open up shop in Plano this April.

“With a neighborhood feel and fresh, quality ingredients, our food is a welcome change to franchised pizza, burgers or sub sandwiches,” Shree said. “We serve large, customizable bowls and plates that make customers feel great and fully satisfied. We are perfect for health-conscious professionals who are seeking alternative sources of high-quality food at a great price, and are excited to be a part of this wonderful community in Colleyville once again.”

Teriyaki Madness brings an authentic Seattle Teriyaki House experience to the Colleyville market as the fastest growing Asian restaurant concept in the nation. Expect bold bowls of rice or noodles topped with fresh-cut vegetables, all natural, fresh chicken, beef or tofu and flavorful sauces made in-house daily. They are all customizable and completely made to order.

“We are thrilled to help Shree open his business in Colleyville,” said Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness. “Teriyaki Madness makes it easy for customers to enjoy delicious, satisfying meals they feel good about eating.”

The 1,300-square-foot restaurant will seat 30 people and create 15 jobs for the community. It will be open from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily.

Teriyaki Madness will open its doors for a soft opening on Feb. 24 and then at its Grand Opening event on Saturday, Feb. 25, the first five people to order will receive free teriyaki bowls for an entire year, with the next 20 people to order receiving free bowls for a month. Other prizes and coupons will be given out throughout the day. www.teriyakimadness.com


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