Yep, this Japanese BBQ chain restaurant you blacked-out in four years ago at your roommate-you-no-longer-talk-to’s birthday party is one of our favorite spots in Beverly Hills. And why wouldn’t it be? Sure, there are locations all over America these days, but we’ll still stand by Gyu-Kaku as a solid, fun Japanese BBQ place with one of the all-time best Happy Hours in the history of humanity. All cuts of meat are about $7 or less, with some items hovering just above free, and there’s even a 12-item pre-fixe menu that’ll cost you about $20. Either way, all are life choices we condone.
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