Teriyaki Madness to donate to Police Association
New restaurant is open in Corridor Plaza
The new Teriyaki Madness restaurant in Fort Dodge is celebrating its grand opening by donating to the Fort Dodge Police Association.
Today, $1 from every regular bowl purchased there will be donated to the Police Association, according to an announcement from the restaurant.
Teriyaki Madness at 2823 Third Ave. S. is the newest business in Corridor Plaza. It is located in a new strip mall constructed on the southeast side of the property near 29th Street.
It offers bowls of marinated chicken, steak, salmon or tofu with stir fry vegetables and a base of white, brown or fried rice and yakisoba noodles.
Teriyaki Madness is owned by Lucas Battcher, Jim Bird and Michael Payne.
The three own and operate Olde Boston’s Restaurant & Pub, 809 Central Ave.; Sports Page, 2707 N. 15th St.; Mineral City Mill & Gill, 2621 Fifth Ave. S.; and Pancheros 3022 Fifth Ave. S..
“Teriyaki Madness fit that niche we were looking for in our community,” Battcher, Bird and Payne said in a written statement. “What excites us most about the brand is the craveable concept the food brings. Being restaurateurs, that is one thing we are always trying to create in our kitchens for guests, the crave to come back. We also really appreciate the community within the Teriyaki Madness company, and just how much support is available to the franchisees when they need it.”