Celebrate the 4th of July with Kona Grill deals for $17.76! Choose from the Tuna & Lobster Poke with Blue Tempura Crunch, Sushi Rice, Sesame & Avocado, or the Red, White & Blue Steak or Market Fish Topping Made With Lobster, Parmesan Cream & Blue Sea Salt! Kona Grill posted the Independence Day deals on their website.
More Kona Grill Specials
Get specials on both Wednesdays and Thursdays at Kona Grill, plus enjoy drink and appetizer specials during their daily Happy Hour.
On Wine Down Wednesday, get 1/2 priced bottles of wine all day.
On Sushi and Sake Thursday, get a choice of sushi roll plus a glass of sake for just $18.
For more details on the Kona Grill deals, see the Kona Grill Happenings section.
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From Monday – Friday 2 -6 pm and 9 pm – close, Saturday 9 pm – close, and all day Sunday, enjoy happy hour specials on appetizers, sliders, sushi rolls, cocktails, beer and wine.
Typical deals include $3 edamame, fish tacos, shots of sake and Kona Big Wave beer, $6 sliders, select sushi rolls and glasses of wine, and $9 sushi rolls and cocktails
View the full Kona Grill Happy Hour menu here. You’ll need to select your location to get the specific pricing info.
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About Kona Grill (from Wikipedia)
Kona Grill, Inc. is an upscale casual restaurant company based in Scottsdale, Arizona serving American cuisine, sushi, and cocktails. The company owns and operates around 40 restaurants in 23 U.S. states and Puerto Rico, as well as three international locations operating under franchise agreements.
Kona Grill first opened its doors on September 18, 1998 at the Scottsdale Fashion Square. The restaurant’s predecessor was a sushi concept called Sushi on Shea that opened in Scottsdale in 1994. Restaurant founder, Michael McDermott, decided to create Kona Grill with more American-themed menu items. The new restaurant was made to have a modern ambiance. McDermott sold Sushi on Shea in 2002 to focus on expanding Kona Grill.
By 2014, Kona Grill had grown to 26 restaurants in 17 states. In 2014, it saw same-store sales growth in 14 out of its past 15 quarters with an increase of 6.2%, ranking the concept in the top quartile of the casual dining segment and marking it as one of the fastest growing restaurants that year.