I had such a great time last night previewing the Valentine’s day menu at Yakitori Boy. This place has amazing food and some of the friendliest staff at a restaurant.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and Philadelphia’s premiere Izakaya karaoke lounge is celebrating the occasion. FromFriday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, lovebirds can enjoy a specially crafted Valentine’s Day menu at Yakitori Boy (211 N 11th Street). Guests are invited to enjoy a five course prix fixe spread and end the night singing love ballads upstairs at the bar.
For only 38 dollars per person, patrons can start their romantic evening off with either Hama Sui or a Grilled Shrimp Salad, followed by Yakitori Boy’s specialty Heart Sushi Roll. For the third course, choose between fresh Oysters or two Piece Yakitori Skewers. Guests can choose from Sliced Rib-Eye Steak, Grilled Jumbo Shrimp, Veggie Platter or savory Ginger Chicken Breast. The meal ends on a sweet note with indulgent Grand Marnier tossed fruit salad, sided with a choice of ice cream and whipped cream. These delectable course options are sure to sate any Japas-lover’s palate!
After dinner, guests are invited to relax in the Japas Lounge with a cocktail, and to grab a mic and sing to your favorite song! Reservations for Yakitori Boy’s Valentine’s Day dinner are encouraged. For more information or to book a table, contactReservations@YakitoriBoy.com.
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About Yakitori Boy
Proudly recognized as Philadelphia’s first Izakaya and upscale karaoke lounge, Yakitori Boy is known for their relaxed environment and shared-style menu. Izakaya is a Japanese version of a pub, serving a variety of small dishes for snacking while drinking. Yakitori Boy specializes in Yakitori skewers and half sushi rolls, all meant for sharing, which you can find on their happy hour menu.