A new fast-casual eating establishment, focused on Asian fusion bowls, is opening today in Wheat Ridge.Teriyaki Madness, the second in the state, opens today, March 20, at 11 a.m., at 3500 Youngfield …
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A new fast-casual eating establishment, focused on Asian fusion bowls, has opened in Wheat Ridge.Teriyaki Madness, the second in the state, opened, March 20, at 3500 Youngfield Street.
The first 25 people in line to order, won free food voucers.
The store franchise owner is Steve Beck, an Alameda High School alumn, who worked in the nearby Youngfield King Soopers as a young man. The Teriyaki Madness franchise began in Las Vegas in 2003, and is currently looking to expand to 150 shops across the country. Beck his wife Julie Beck hope to open more stores across the metro area.
"It really just worked out to have the first store open here, where I have such a connection," Steve Beck said.
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