Colorado-based Teriyaki Madness is opening its first Cincinnati location Friday in Hamilton, Ohio, at 2889 Joseph Dr.
Franchisee Kush Patel, a 21-year-old Ohio native, is opening the store alongside his family, which has owned local gas stations and convenience stores since 2001. After learning about the concept from a family member who opened in Tennessee, Patel knew it would be a great fit in Hamilton due to its residential and commercial growth.
“Teriyaki Madness is one of the fastest growing concepts in the country and we are thrilled to introduce the brand to Hamilton and in the future, grow throughout the Cincinnati market,” Patel said in a company press release. “There is nothing comparable to the Teriyaki Madness product throughout Hamilton which is why we’re so excited to open.”
Teriyaki Madness has over 130 shops in three countries.
“Listen — there are some things in this world that you just can’t deny, and people’s love of Teriyaki Madness is one of them,” Michael Haith, CEO of Teriyaki Madness, said in the release. “From customers and franchisees alike, the demand for Teriyaki Madness is growing everywhere, and we have no plans to slow down anytime soon. The Batista’s new location in Northport is a big moment for us and is another important step in our mission to bowl over the whole country with delicious teriyaki.”
Source: Fast Casual