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Minus the fact that the food is elite, the team involved, there was such a connection ... it was almost like we’d known them our entire lives,” said McMillan of what helped seal the deal. And it was while in Las Vegas that McMillan and his team had the chance to stop by a Teriyaki Madness location after doing some initial online research. We went in and said, we want one of everything on the menu, and stuffed our faces until we could hardly move,” recalled McMillan. It all boiled down to the quality of the product.

Chris McMillan
TMAD Franchisee plus Sonic Drive-In, Big Chicken, PJ’s Coffee and three of their own food concepts

We love the concept, simplicity of the menu, it blends delicious, fresh, and healthy. The TMAD team with its end-to-end support from training, opening, and business reviews creates a WIN-WIN relationship! Plus we want to make a difference in our community and for our employees to build a career!

Ken Schanke
TMAD Franchisee plus 3 Jersey Mike's

Financial Information:

Cash Investment: $200,000
Net Worth: $600,000
Franchise Fee: $45,000 - $150,000
Total Investment: $346,400 - $768,760
Royalty Fee: 6%
Advertising Fee: 3%

Available Markets:


Canada: AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NT, NS, ON, PE, PQ, SK, YT
United States: AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI, WY
Latin America: MEX
International Opportunities Available

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For the very first time, Teriyaki Madness, the Seattle-style teriyaki shop franchise, is taking the madness to the streets with the recent rollout of its flagship food truck.
Max and Linda Richey have plans to introduce the brand’s menu of high-quality, craveable teriyaki bowls to the Houston area.
This April, Manish Malhotra and Family Restaurant Group is bringing the madness to Newburgh, IN with the opening of the newest Teriyaki Madness shop at 8833 High Point Dr. on April 7th.
The Seattle-style teriyaki shop franchise wrapped up 2021 with 100 new units sold among 31 new franchisees as it continued to provide its signature teriyaki bowls to a loyal and growing fanbase.
This January, Teriyaki Madness and Brian and Lorre Johnson of JCap Real Estate are bringing the madness to Eau Claire with the opening of their newest shop in Eau Claire on January 20th.
People of Charlotte, meet your new favorite small business owners: The husband-and-wife, superstar, ultra-cool, wow-they’re-so-dreamy team of Marlin and Brandi McClure have signed on with Teriyaki Madness.
Teriyaki Madness has officially cemented itself as one of America’s Favorite Restaurant Chains for 2022, according to Newsweek.
The Seattle-style teriyaki shop is officially bringing the madness to San Antonio following a recent three-unit signing.
Teriyaki Madness thinks that is unbelieva-bowl, which is why they are celebrating the return to normalcy (kind of) with a new catering program and a holiday gift card promotion.
Teriyaki Madness, the Denver-based purveyor of Seattle-style teriyaki bowls, is having one hell of a 2021.
Attention, Albertans of Canada. British Columbia has stood between you and ready access to Seattle’s exalted version of teriyaki for way too long.
Teriyaki Madness, the 100+ unit franchised purveyor of Seattle-style teriyaki bowls, announced it has been named among Fast Casual’s Top 100 Movers & Shakers for 2021.
Based on data from Technomic, Restaurant Business has named Denver-based, emerging fast-casual restaurant franchise Teriyaki Madness as the fastest-growing big restaurant chain in the United States.
Teriyaki Madness announced it will offer 500 free teriyaki bowls to its fans as a way to celebrate the launch of its new tagline: CRAZY DELICIOUS™.
Hey, ya’ll. Teriyaki Madness is about to hit the big 100. And it feels like a Texas-sized celebration is in order!
Teriyaki Madness, the Seattle-style teriyaki franchise brand that is close to celebrating the opening of its 100th shop, opened 30 locations in 2020.
Michael and Shavonn Janes are bringing the madness to Johnstown, Colorado, opening the state’s newest Teriyaki Madness on Wednesday, January 27.
Starting January 12, Teriyaki Madness will give customers a whole new way to keep warm this winter: Mad Sauce.
2020 is unlikely to go down as one of your favorite years. Unless of course teriyaki is, like, your main thing, in which case 2020 was a banner year.
Now, Teriyaki Madness is making its loyalty program even more attractive with new offers and rewards.
Starting October 27, the fan-favorite teriyaki franchise is partnering with parents and families to give back to rock-star educators with the Wok-Star Teacher Teriyaki Bar.
Teriyaki Madness just won’t stop growing. Now, after adding 12 new restaurants to its roster during the pandemic, the franchise has announced plans to open an additional 15 locations before the end of the year.
Seattle-style teriyaki restaurant franchise Teriyaki Madness has been growing.
To help relieve some of that burden, fan-favorite teriyaki-shop franchise Teriyaki Madness is paying its success forward by offering Share-a-Bowl Meals.
At a time when many restaurant brands are struggling to stay afloat, Seattle-style teriyaki restaurant Teriyaki Madness just keeps growing.
The year 2020 has certainly had its plot twists in the restaurant industry, from the advent of the COVID-19 virus to dramatic fluctuations in the market.
In recent months, Teriyaki Madness has been one of the few foodservice businesses to not only survive, but thrive during the COVID-19 crisis.
Teriyaki Madness is excited to expand its franchise opportunity to even more entrepreneurs through the launch of its new affiliate restaurant management company, Restaurant Sherpas.
For the past four weeks, Teriyaki Madness sales have been on an upward trajectory, on some days even beating same-store sales numbers from last year, long before the coronavirus crisis was keeping customers out of restaurants across the country.
It’s about time these heroes got a free lunch (or dinner). That’s why Teriyaki Madness has introduced a pay-it-forward campaign, through which everyday people can help provide free meals to healthcare workers.
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