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Happy Hour Review: Kayos Dinner House and Lounge

Frosty mugs for your favorite brew? Hell yes. Unassumingly tucked off third street, next to an Econo Lodge, you wouldn’t believe Kayo's has fireside lounges and white-linen, fine-dining service from its modest outside. But the regulars, some of which have been coming for over 30 years, are in the know — and they’d probably prefer to keep it that way. Yes, this is a steakhouse and it delivers, but the crux of Kayo’s is its softly-lit, leather-padded back bar that bustles with a friendly and unpretentious after-work crowd. It’s like a really upscale Cheers, in the best of ways. I mean, where else can you still find 50 cent oysters during happy hour? Or Kobe beef at an affordable price? Though not always in supply, the “expensive” HH oysters are still only $1. Melt-in-your mouth, lightly seared ahi-tuna plates tease the senses while crispy coconut prawns offer a flavorful kick when paired with a sweet and sour sauce. Frosty mugs for your favorite brew? Hell yes. Pro Tip: if you like dirty martinis, these are some of the best in town, and the bartender will most certainly oblige if you ask for extra olives.

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