Glaze Teriyaki (on Lex btw. 54+55th) will celebrate their two year anniversary by donating a significant portion of today’s profits to Hurricane Sandy Relief. Also on the ML Twitter Tracker… Domo Taco is on 38th & B’way, the Souvlaki Truck is on 48th btw. 6+7th, the Mac Truck and the Gorilla Cheese Truck are on 47th btw. Park+Mad, Crisp on Wheels is on 49th btw. 6+7th, Toum is on 47th btw. 5+6th, Mexico Blvd is on 48th & 6th, Chinese Mirch is on 47th & Park, Frites N Meats is on 48th btw. 2+3rd, Wafels & Dinges is on 49th btw. 6+7th, Big D’s is on 53rd & Park, Valducci’s is on 52nd & Park, Comme Ci Comme Ca is on 36th & Bway, and Korilla is on 47th & Park.
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Buy One Get One Free Fresh Chopped Coconut Water from Glaze: In honor (?) of the massive heat wave sweeping the city right now, Glaze Teriyaki (on Lex btw. 54+55th) has decided to offer a buy one get one free deal on their fresh chopped coconuts ($4) from now until Friday. Sweaty freeloaders, engage...
Posted at 12:48 pm, June 20th, 2012 | 0 Comments
And The Winner of Free Glaze Teriyaki For a Year Is…: Receipt #1108. So if you ate at Glaze Teriyaki yesterday (December 8th, 2011) and your receipt was #1108 you are the winner of the big contest celebrating their one year anniversary. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will arrange for you to turn in your receipt and claim your prize. Congrats!
Posted at 8:30 am, December 9th, 2011 | 2 Comments
Big stuff going on a Glaze Teriyaki today (on Lex btw. 54+55th.) Starting today (and going through Christmas) they are going to be selling their miso Soup for $3.50 and 100% of all proceeds will be going to help provide healthy and nutritious snacks to underprivileged kids in Bed Stuy at PS 335. But wait, there’s more. It was one year ago today that Glaze Teriyaki opened their doors, so to celebrate their first anniversary one lucky customer is going to walk away with free teriyaki for a year…
If you’re in the mood for a spicy food challenge for lunch, a la Man Vs. Food, you’ll want to check out Glaze Teriyaki’s ‘Hottest’ teriyaki sauce ($1.50 suppl), which they cooked up after hearing feedback that their spicy sauce wasn’t hot enough. They took the challenge seriously, by adding a hurting of habanero and other Asian chili peppers into their homemade teriyaki sauce.
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Back in December, Glaze Teriyaki opened to a lot of excitement from Midtown Lunchers and teriyaki lovers. The obvious excitement came from the fact that the owner is a Seattle native, bringing what has become THE food of Seattle to NYC. Chris H. was lucky enough to try the teriyaki when it first opened and liked it a lot. But how does Glaze Teriyaki compare to the real thing?
Well, guess what? I just got back from Seattle! Don’t mind if I do…
It’s Glaze Teriyaki’s Opening Day: Here’s Your First Look And a Chance to Win Free Teriyaki For a Year
The much anticipated Glaze Teriyaki (Lexington between 54th & 55th) is set to have their grand opening today, and will be serving their Seattle based Japanese and Korean inspired teriyaki dishes for lunch. In honor of the grand opening, the Glaze team wants to give 3 Midtown Lunch’ers free teriyaki for a year! All you have to do to enter is reply in the comments below and share either your favorite teriyaki memory or write an original teriyaki inspired haiku. The contest is open from now until midnight next Tuesday (12/14). Limit one entry per person, winners will be selected randomly.
Curious to see what you’ll get if you win? We snuck into their soft opening/preview last night to give you a first look. And the early indicators are more than promising. (In other words, you’re going to want to win this prize.)
Your First Look at Glaze Teriyaki, Opening Weds: The New York Times is reporting that Glaze Teriyaki, the Seattle style teriyaki joint on Lexington btw. 54+55th we told you about back in October, will be opening for business on Wednesday. Curious about what the place looks like, and the menu? Grub Street has your first look.
Posted at 1:15 pm, December 3rd, 2010 | 0 Comments
Curious about the forthcoming Glaze Teriyaki, the Seattle style teriyaki joint opening on Lex btw. 54+55th? Wined and Dined forwarded us a link to their business plan, which has a few tasty nuggets we didn’t know originally, like… the owner of Glaze was a co-owner of Spotlight Live in Times Square, and they see Chipotle as their business model (wonder if they’re concerned about this?) But our favorite part of the pitch is how they describe Teriyaki Boy: “In contrast to Seattle, New York has only one comparable restaurant (Teriyaki Boy) with three locations. Unfortunately, Teriyaki Boy serves poor quality, tasteless Teriyaki and has been unfavorably reviewed on Yelp.com.” Ouch. My old co-worker Stanley T respectfully disagrees.
Nothing is set in stone yet, but we’re hearing that Glaze hopes to be open the week after Thanksgiving.
We’ve never felt a lack of chicken teriyaki here in Midtown (after all, this is the home of Teriyaki Boy!) but apparently it’s nothing compared to the amount of teriyaki you can get in Seattle. According to the New York Times it’s a huge deal out there, and Glaze Teriyaki is looking to spread that love to NYC. Inspired by Seattle, and located on Lexington btw. 54+55th, Glaze plans on opening in the next few weeks (Eater got a shot of the plywood last week.) We’re not exactly sure what makes Seattle teriyaki so much different than the versions we already have… but we look forward to finding out!