Prix Fixe Meal for Two or Four at Ohana Japanese Hibachi Seafood & Steakhouse (Up to 59% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Zagat-rated hibachi cuisine such as sea scallops & sirloin steak cooked before guests' eyes amid elegant shoji screens & alongside chic bar

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 28th, 2012. Limit 1/person, may buy 2 addl as gifts. Limit 1/table. Reserv reqd; subject to availability. Dine-in only. Valid only toward prix fixe menu for two or four, depending on option purchased. Addl $10 fee per order of 1lb Sirloin, Lobster, Mahi Mahi, Red Snapper, or Yellow Fin Tuna Hibachi. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50%. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales & delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

$36 for a prix fixe meal for two (up to an $83.50 total value)

  • One appetizer (up to an $8.50 value)
  • Two Hibachi entrees (up to a $24.50 value each)
  • Two cocktails (up to a $13 value each)

$68 for a prix fixe meal for four (up to a $167 total value)

  • Two appetizers (up to an $8.50 value each)
  • Four Hibachi entrees (up to a $24.50 value each)
  • Four cocktails (up to a $13 value each)

Ohana Japanese Hibachi Seafood & Steakhouse

Ohana Japanese Hibachi Seafood & Steakhouse's cooks flip and fire hibachi delicacies tableside, grilling lobster tail and sirloin steak in a sizzling fire show. At the chic bar, bartenders pluck bottles from backlit shelves. Pours of cold and hot sake, plum wine, or specialty drinks such as the chocolate martini complement each succulent dish. After lunch or dinner, a lounge area seats patrons on burgundy couches amid touches of Japanese decor. As DJs spin tunes, flat-screen TVs offset the timeless elegance of shoji screens, whose panels of rice paper and lack of commercials once entertained the Japanese nobility for hours at a time.

For those looking to get out of the house with the ladies