The Japanese rock garden brings its owner a sense of peace, not unlike the beef garden, where owners rake through spare ribs to reflect on life's most savory morsels. Savor tasty Far East fare and create a tranquil tummy with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of Japanese barbecue and drinks at Yagyu Yakiniku.
Serving a variety of prime-grade cuts of beef, Yagyu Yakiniku engages eaters with a high-quality, traditional Japanese-barbecue experience. Its meat library includes volumes of kalibi (prime boneless short ribs; $7.95), and rosu (prime rib eye; $7.75), and generously marbled Kobe-style beef ($19.95), alongside various pork-, chicken-, and seafood-platter anthologies. Comfy booths surround combination charcoal and gas grills at the center of each table. Every grill is heated to the customer's preferred temperature, whether they want the feeling of a warm hug or the scalding wrath of a pottery kiln that can't remember its email password. Diners can compliment meats with sides of kimchi fried rice ($6.75), or surf-hailing selections of shrimp ($7.95) and scallops ($7.95). After cooking fresh cuts to their liking, famished diners can douse their comestibles in two dipping sauces. Draft beers are served at a chilly 29 degrees, transforming throats into icy high-speed food chutes for maximum efficiency when downing edible bobsleds of tangy barbecue.