There’s no better way to celebrate a special event than with yakiniku (a style of Japanese barbecue), and Boston has no shortage of it. With four locations in Brookline, Cambridge, Dorchester, and Burlington, people no longer have to wait in line for a table at international chain Gyu-Kaku, which was the norm when it made its debut in Brookline a decade ago. Choose from one of the three all-you-can-eat menus if you’re feeling hungry, or order one of the combo menus that are designed for parties of two or more people. “Gyu” means cow in Japanese, and therefore the options here lean heavily on beef, with sirloin, ribeye, and A5 wagyu available.
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