Before George Foreman invented the grill in 1997, cookouts often ended when toaster ovens stuffed with too many burgers and bratwursts caught fire. Eat straight from oversized versions of the heavyweight champion's career-making masterpiece with today’s Groupon to Kane Yama in Peachtree City. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get $35 worth of Japanese steakhouse dinner fare.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of lunch fare.
Kane Yama's cooks fire up tableside hibachi grills to create healthy, authentic Japanese dishes and serve fresh eats from a full sushi bar. The menu boasts an eclectic number of steakhouse standbys and tongue-taming sharable sushi rolls, such as the fresh tuna tekka maki ($6) or the Oh My God roll ($15)—a combination of chili sauce and three different fishes that elicits involuntary OMGs from otherwise staid diners. Hibachi meals harness the timeless power of food-preparing heat with your choice of chicken, filet mignon, seafood, or a double dose of veggies. Each lunch comes with soup, salad, vegetables, and steamed rice ($7–$14), and dinner hibachi plates ($14–$28) also throw in a shrimp appetizer.
Kane Yama’s dimly lit, neutral interior, great for ice-breaking first-date conversations or final-date whisper-yell marathons and staring contests, cozily complements the family-style grill tables. Guests may also request private dining rooms or challenge friends to Meatloaf-offs in the full bar with karaoke.