Teriyaki Madness will open at the Northloop Plaza Shopping Center at Judson Road and Loop 281 in Longview.
A building permit application filed with the City of Longview shows that the franchise location plans a $400,000 renovation of the 1,862-square-foot space in the center. This includes “existing retail spaces, drywall partitions, new toilets, wall and floor finishes, ceilings, commercial kitchen ware including hoods and ANSUL systems (fire rated), walk-in coolers, new HVAC equipment, woodwork. workmanship and decoration.
The restaurant will be moving to Suite A/B on the roadside next to Cici’s Pizza.
Longview is also listed as a “coming soon” location on the company’s website.
“Teriyaki Madness is a fast-casual Asian restaurant concept featuring Seattle’s teriyaki menu, offering delicious, made-to-order teriyaki dishes using all natural, fresh ingredients at reasonable prices. , is committed to your unconditional satisfaction.In a fun and relaxed atmosphere,” the website reads. “The brand is dedicated to ‘spreading the madness’ so that everyone can experience the best teriyaki on the planet. Recently recognized as a Franchise 500 company by Entrepreneur Magazine and recognized by Franchise Business Review, Teriyaki Madness was founded in 2003 and currently has approximately 150 franchised locations in the United States.Teriyaki Madness offers franchise opportunities nationwide to qualified single-unit and multi-unit candidates.”
Brookshire buys land
Longview City Council on Thursday approved the sale of 0.087 acres of land to Brookshire Grocery Co.
The land is located north of Hawkins Parkway on Eastman Road, on the extension of Fourth Street in Longview.The city agreed to sell the land to a grocery company for $114,000.
Brookshire has not responded to questions regarding the purchase of the land, but in 2015 Brookshire Grocery purchased approximately eight acres of land on Fourth Avenue. At the time, a real estate agent working on the project said the company was planning to build a “flagship store on the site.” is part of the development of
Brookshire has not submitted a plan to the city showing exactly what the company plans to do.
more ice cream
Downtown Longview’s Wild Honey Creamery has opened its second store at 405 W. Loop 281, Suite L, in the shopping center with Albertsons at McCann Road and Loop 281.
“We’re really excited,” said Sarah Ward, who owns the business with her husband Justin and Macy Banert. location general manager.
Wild Honey Creamery began in 2019 as an ice cream cart offering locally sourced ice cream flavors with a focus on using all natural, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. In 2020, Ward and Bannert explained that the arrival of COVID-19 meant that the event their ice cream cart was the focus of was cancelled. I needed a place to stand on Tyler Street. Hours of operation are noon to 9 PM Monday through Thursday and noon to 10 PM Friday and Saturday.