Choose from Four Options
$43 for a prix fixe dinner for two, redeemable Sunday–Thursday (up to $75.70 total value)
$86 for a prix fixe dinner for four, redeemable Sunday–Thursday (up to $151.40 total value)
$43 for a prix fixe dinner for two, redeemable any day (up to $75.70 total value)
$86 for a prix fixe dinner for four, redeemable any day (up to $151.40 total value)
- One mezze dip per person (up to $7.95 value each)
- One of the following dinner plates per person (up to $22 value each): fresh fillet fish or greek moussaka (regular or vegetarian) with a vegetable or dinner greek salad
- One glass of Greek house wine per person ($7.90 value each)
- View the menu
A basic understanding of Greek can help you understand the vibe at Yamas. The restaurant takes its name from the Greek word meaning "to your health," or "cheers." You might hear that often at the bar, where the staff mixes cocktails such as the Yamas Martini—made with Ketel One vodka and served with feta-stuffed olives. A glance at the menu also reveals the word "mezze," or small plates such as hummus and calamari, which make the perfect complement to drinks or handfuls of feta-covered Opa! fries.
Beyond those shareable plates, Yamas' chefs specialize in gyros (of the lamb and beef variety) and rotisserie chicken, which they marinate in lemon and spices. Fresh ingredients are key to these recipes, including naturally-raised meats and local organic produce.
The restaurant also embodies Greece in visual ways. The national colors of blue and white define the decor, and a painting of a Grecian beach covers much of the walls. That mural serves as the backdrop to occasional live entertainment, including an open-mic and comedy night on Saturdays.