Teriyaki Madness describes its menu as “Seattle teriyaki,” a reference to the Asian-bowl joints that dot the progressive Pacific Northwest city. The fast-casual concept has grown from its first location in 2003 to about 50 stores nationwide, but it talks a much bigger story. It has signed deals for 140 new franchise stores and also expects to have 100 units open within a decade in Mexico, where its first international outpost is slated to open later this year.
|2017 Systemwide Sales ($000)||$29|
|YOY Sales Change||42.0%|
|2017 U.S. Units||42|
|YOY Unit Change||20.0%|
|2017 Average Unit Volume ($000)||$760|
|Future 50 Year||2018|