Watching chefs prepare your dinner ensures that they are using fresh ingredients instead of arranging pictures cut from the menu atop a bed of rice. See food with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for $30 worth of hibachi dinner for two or more
- $25 for $50 worth of hibachi dinner for four or more
- $8 for $16 worth of lunch for two or more
Hibachi dinners include shrimp ($18.95), chicken ($14.95), and scallops ($18.95), and come with soup, salad, veggies, and fried rice. At lunch, diners can tuck into lunch boxes of salmon teriyaki ($8.95) or chicken katsu ($7.95) served with a California roll, a pot sticker, and other sides.
Hokkaido Hibachi Grill & Sushi Bar
The sounds of metal against metal reverberate through the interior of Hokkaido Hibachi Grill & Sushi Bar, as showy hibachi chefs delight their audiences with knives, spatulas, and safely airborne morsels of food. The chef stands in the center of an audience and orchestrates a fiery feast upon the hibachi grill. Steak, salmon, and scallops all transform under the chefs’ flashy techniques; each has a different repertoire of tricks, but they almost always perform the “volcano” maneuver that displays controlled spouts of flame. The atmosphere is a bit quieter behind the sushi bar, as a chef with 18 years of experience carefully rolls and slices fish that’s brought in daily and shushes anyone with enough gall to cut their food with a jackhammer.
Earth-toned stone walls surround Hokkaido’s interior, which generates an upscale vibe with sleek dark chairs and booths. Large front windows admit streams of sunlight during the day, and hanging lamps exude a golden light over booths at night. To accompany flame-kissed or rice-wrapped food, bartenders pour specialty drinks at the bar, such as the Funky Monkey with banana liquor and piña colada mix, or teetotal with bubbly Japanese Sprite.