Steak is the breakfast of champions, the lunch of kings, the dinner of industrial barons, and the dessert of T. rexes. Enjoy high-quality cuts regardless of social or philosophical status with today's Groupon to Diamond Dave's in Kennesaw. Choose from the following options:
• For $19, you get a steak-house dinner for two (up to a $42.96 value).
• For $38, you get a steak-house dinner for four (up to an $85.92 value).
• For $57, you get a steak-house dinner for six (up to a $128.88 value).
Each dinner includes:
• One, two, or three appetizers (up to a $7.99 value each)
• Two, four, or six entrees (up to a $12.99 value each)
• Two, four, or six soft drinks (a $2 value each)
• One, two, or three desserts (up to a $4.99 value each)
Bridging the gap betwixt steak house and nightclub, Diamond Dave's grills up a sizzling menu of turf-side provender. Set out on gastrological voyages with one of Dave's famous giant deep-fried tacos, or relive the '70s or a favorite theme wedding with a plate of disco fries, loaded with ground beef and a hot jalapeño-Cajun spice combo. Surf 'n' turf options, such as a 10-ounce new york strip, pair land-centric fare with a handful of fried or coconut shrimp. Gustatory escapades culminate in a rich Oreo mousse cake, or a crunchy southern praline nut parfait for a taste richer than a milk-chocolate bust of John D. Rockefeller.
Come nightfall, Diamond Dave's, like the floor of the Senate, turns into a bar and nightclub with a mingle-maximizing dance floor and weekly events including Monday-night karaoke and Thursday's Shout-Out Trivia. Every night, live DJs churn raw tunes from whirling turntables, and the complimentary courtesy van shuttles well-oiled quaffers to their homes, giving them time to recover all three of their sheets from the wind.
This deal is not valid for alcohol, the all-you-can-eat dinner, the appetizer sampler platter, baskets of wings larger than one dozen, or the peel-and-eat shrimp.
Behind the bar at Diamond Dave's sits a full bar with plenty of mixers. It’s a rare show of restraint at a restaurant that believes quality and quantity can coexist as equals. Here, a choice of 11 sauces, from mild to "crazy insane hot," smothers orders of up to 100 buffalo wings. Twelve-ounce cuts of slow-roasted prime rib soak up au jus and horsey sauce, and a half-pound of beer-steamed peel-and-eat shrimp mingle with the savory tang of a generous dusting of Old Bay seasoning. The excess comes to a head in the deep-fried giant taco, a gargantuan conglomeration of beef, scallions, cheese, and sour cream. Diners looking to prove their eating mettle can tackle Diamond Dave’s Giant Taco Challenge, devouring their mammoth meal in fewer than three minutes for a cash prize, a T-shirt, and eternal glory.
Available from the kitchen every night until 3 a.m., such munchies keep patrons satiated during Diamond Dave's nightly entertainment. Rounds of blackjack and Texas hold 'em raise funds for charity, trivia events tease brains with obscure factoids, and karaoke and DJs inspire fancy footwork on the dance floor. Running within a 20-mile radius of the restaurant, Diamond Dave's free shuttle helps guests stay safe during these revelries. The service picks them up at the start of the evening and whisk them safely home when the night draws to a close.