Metropolitan has announced its newest restaurant, Teriyaki Madness. The quick-service, Asian-inspired restaurant that specializes in serving a Seattle-style teriyaki menu will be located next to Hickory Tavern. Teriyaki Madness will occupy just over 2,300 sq. ft., and is planned to open in early May.
“We’re pleased to welcome Teriyaki Madness to Metropolitan,” said Sara Haight, general manager of the property. “It’s a complementary addition to our dining offerings, and we’re excited to have them be a part of our center.”
Customers will enjoy an assortment of bold, flavorful, made-to-order meals with fresh, natural ingredients. Meals are served tableside in five to seven minutes. Additionally, the chicken teriyaki bowls and plates use fresh, never frozen, chicken that is 100 percent natural, and is marinated and grilled with a house-made sauce. The menu also offers appetizers and sides such as their popular edamame, chicken potstickers, mac salad and stir-fried veggies. Kid’s meals will also be available.
“We were looking for an urban, mixed-use development,” said Ken Fay, franchise owner of Teriyaki Madness. “When the opportunity for space at Metropolitan, a premier center, became available, we were excited to work with the Bayer team to make it a reality. The combination of the great location in Charlotte, coupled with one of the best mix of retail and restaurant options made this an ideal location for our concept.”
Based out of Denver, Colo., this location will be the second in North Carolina. After opening, Teriyaki Madness is planning a Grand Opening event later this spring. Attendees can expect specials on the Teriyaki Madness bowl as well as T-MAD giveaways. For more information, visit TeriyakiMadness.com.