Crispy roast duck topped with the chef's special sauce, classic tofu pad thai, and Godzilla maki rolls with spicy tuna, avocado, and tobiko
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Tokyo Asian Fusion
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Organic ingredients comprise beef tartare and baked goat cheese starters, as well as entrees of risotto and pork loin in molasses-rum sauce
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Ibiza Tapas Wine Bar
Award-winning traditional and modern Spanish tapas such as braised short ribs and lamb shank with chickpea puree in lounge-like restaurant
Up to 44% Off at Europa Black Rock Bar and Grill
Europa Black Rock Bar and Grill
Chefs sling Mediterranean-inspired fare such as Spanish-style clam appetizers, Portuguese seafood paella, chicken marsala & grilled salt cod
Up to 46% Off at Masse's Bar & Grille
Masse's Bar & Grille
Classic and inventive seafood and raw-bar dishes made from fresh-off-the-boat catches
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75 frozen-yogurt flavor combinations, such as cake batter, sweet coconut, and peanut butter
Grapevine Grille – Up to 42% Off Italian Cuisine
Hearty Italian and American dishes including veal parmesan, sirloin tips, and beer-battered scallops
Half Off Sushi and Hibachi Cuisine at Tokyo Asian Cuisine
Tokyo Asian Cuisine
Chefs prepare fresh seafood dinners on tableside hibachi grills and conjure both traditional and inventive sushi in the kitchen
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Nadim's Fish & Grill
Acclaimed eatery dishes out plates of surf and turf such as steak and swai fish which diners enjoy amidst fresh water aquariums
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Hana Saki Steak House
Hibachi chefs playfully prepare hibachi dinners at griddle-top tables, with combinations such as filet mignon and salmon, plus sushi options
Up to 44%% Off at Crepes Tea House
Crepes Tea House
West Springfield Town
Crepes filled with fresh fruits and chocolates, or meats and cheeses served alongside European dumplings, potato pancakes, and seafood
45% Off American Lunch and Dinner at The Collegian Court
The Collegian Court
American mainstays such as burgers, club sandwiches, steak, and seafood, served alongside Polish dishes such as kielbasa and pierogi
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Tibetan mo-mo, or dumplings, and hand-pulled-pasta soup
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Jus by Julie
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The Villa Rose
Menu of Italian cuisine includes pecan-crusted chicken and chunks of Maine lobster stirred into creamy risotto
40% Off at McLadden's Irish Publick House
McLadden's Irish Publick House
Gastropub with a wide selection of Irish fare such as Bangers & Mash and Shepherd's Pie
50% Off European-Inspired Cuisine at Cavalier Restaurant
Fine steaks, seafood, and Portuguese and Italian specialties served on linen tablecloths in airy dining room
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Nadim's Downtown Mediterranean Grill
Skewered & charbroiled meats, pan-seared seafood, and Mediterranean pasta
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Mexicali's Fresh Mex
Pork chili-verde burritos topped with enchilada-style sauce and cheese, fajita-style chimichangas with sour cream, and chicken tortas
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Solmar Restaurant and Pub
Portuguese and American specialties; clams, lobster, and grilled steaks
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Fullerton Inn & Restaurant
The quaint Vermont country inn serves entrees such as fried black-bean and red-chili pesto ravioli and pan-seared new zealand lamb
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Personal Trainer Food
The 28-day program's daily meals are crafted mostly from veggies and healthy proteins; other regimens include breakfasts and snacks
Up to 47% Off at Ninoss Pizzeria Restaurant
Ninoss Pizzeria Restaurant
Pizza by the pie or slice served alongside salad, pasta, and gargantuan sandwiches not for the faint of appetite
50% Off Diner Food at Skooter's Restaurant
Dig into pancakes, tuna melts, and hamburgers topped with fried onions
48% Off Pub Food at Maximum Capacity
Eight specialty sandwiches, eight signature pizzas, and five types of burgers
Up to 48% Off at King RIchard's Faire
King Richard's Faire
Kings, queens, and jesters roam the grounds of a festival celebrating the Age of Enlightenment with food, artisan wares, and entertainment
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Hand-decorated shortbread cookies are individually wrapped to preserve royal frosting designs customized for any occasion
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Portable, ready-to-eat meals and snacks with no refrigeration or prep needed; 500 calories or fewer with gluten-free, vegan, kosher options
Drive-in movies. Car hops. Rock 'n' roll. Though human nature compels us to view the past in varying shades of gold, the 1950s almost transcends nostalgia. For those who were there, the smallest of triggers can set off waves of fond memories: a ringing bell leads the mind’s eye back to the polished counter of a soda fountain, and an oldies radio station evokes weekends spent passing quarters through the jukebox slot.
On September 11, 2001, in the midst of tragedy and after 19 years as a flight attendant, Brenda Stranberg decided that she was tired of playing back memories of America’s greatest decade in her head. Looking around her at a cultural landscape that her childhood self would hardly recognize, she teamed up with old friend Naif Makol Jr. and founded Skooter’s, an old-fashioned diner and coffee shop inspired by the simple pleasures of life more than half a century ago. Though somewhat of an anachronism, the diner’s open kitchen has proven wildly popular among the various generations that frequent the sit-down counter to sample thick milk shakes, loaded hot dogs, and burgers topped with fried onions. Between bites, guests can toss coins into the antique jukebox or admonish the diner’s soda jerks for callously dousing their friends with fountain drinks.
Domino’s has been decorating dough canvases with flavorful sauces, an assortment of cheeses, and high-quality toppings that range from classic to unconventional since 1960. Domino’s dough is tossed daily and stretched by human hands, not by clumsy catapults and model airplanes flying in opposite directions. Treat friends to a tasteful feast by checking the online menu and crafting a custom masterpizza with Domino's wide range of ingredients. Famished diners too starved to choose their own toppings can select from Domino’s American Legends, featuring signature flavors from throughout the land. Pizzas such as the Pacific Veggie, Honolulu Hawaiian, or Wisconsin 6 Cheese impart all the delicious diversity of a road trip without the hassle of decoding an atlas. Nonpizza fare includes pastas, sandwiches, and breadsticks.
Armed with fresh seafood, authentic recipes, and a sizzling hibachi grill, the chefs at Tokyo Asian Cuisine construct fresh sushi rolls and flame-broiled meals of meat and seafood. In the hibachi dining area, chefs artfully spin utensils as they prepare sizzling filet mignon and calamari for visitors seated around the oft-flaming grill, using its intense light to improve their base tans. Diners can also situate themselves in conventional restaurant seating to enjoy uncooked cuisine such as the Kamikaze roll with avocado, spicy tuna, and spicy yellowtail, or a Rock ‘n’ Roll plate that cocoons eel, salmon skin, cucumber, and avocado in rice.
At Nadim’s Downtown Mediterranean Grill couples and groups of friends crowd the softly-lit dining room, conversing over traditional Mediterranean appetizers or sharing hookahs on the outdoor patio. The lively scene reflects restaurateur Nadim Kashouh’s passion for celebrating Mediterranean culture and cuisine. Though Nadim spotlights Lebanese standbys such as charbroiled kebabs and heaping bowls of hummus, he also incorporates Western flourishes such as demi-glaze sauces, mashed potatoes, and deep-fried footballs. A selection of Lebanese wines and beers whets palates.
Umi Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar's chefs sling hot meat and veggies across tableside hibachis in showy displays of culinary prowess. As chopsticks busy themselves with vegetables and fried rice, meat such as lobster and filet mignon sizzles on grills just barely out of reach. Chefs also arrange sushi rolls on beds of seaweed in ribbons of eel, red snapper, tuna, and other raw or tempura-battered seafood. Blond wood inlays and sleek glass panels encircle the dining room, whose walls are sprinkled with shadowboxes of traditional Japanese art.
Six OpenTablers praise Pazzo Ristorante for its warm ambiance.
Three Citysearchers and six Insider Pagers give Pazzo Ristorante an average rating of four stars:
Hot Table fires up grills for all three daily meals with its menu of crisp salads, coffee drinks, and handmade paninis ($5.99 for small, $8.29 for large), which combine artisan breads with fresh ingredients and bake to melty perfection on hot table grills. Treat taste buds to dairy triumvirates with a three-cheese chicken panini, which smothers roasted chicken and salami with provolone, shaved parmesan, and blue cheese. Diners can customize their own paninis or revel in the preconceived meatiness of the swiss-steak mushroom melt. Until 10:30 a.m., Hot Table features breakfast paninis ($3.99)— such as the Vermont, a hodgepodge of sausage, cheddar cheese, and maple syrup—which go smashingly with dark roast coffee ($1.75), chai tea lattes ($2.95), or perfectly timed rimshots. Fans of fork usage can leaf through a Southwest salad ($6.99), loaded with jalapeños, crispy onions, and chipotle dressing.
Since 1927, Zonin’s Gourmet Market has crafted hearty Italian sausage from a family recipe and surrounded it with a robust menu of bold-flavored paninis, wraps, and salads. The Zonin's special transforms the signature sausage's taste-bud aria into a flavor opera with peppers, onions, sauce or cheese, and an epic death scene ($6). Otherwise, fulfill equally red-meaty desires with the roast-beef wrap's zesty blend of asiago cheese and horseradish ($7.50), or the Aquino panini, a cold press of mortadella and salami highlighted by roasted red peppers ($7.50). For a slightly lighter repast, treat pocket-sized pet rabbits to the Mauro’s special salad, which showcases candied walnuts, pears, and gorgonzola on mixed greens ($7.95). Zonin’s Gourmet Market also hooks up patrons with an assortment of prepared dishes, such as lasagna, fresh calamari salad, and stuffed shells.
Winner of more than 400 awards for its barbecue, Famous Dave’s caters to carnivores with a menu of hearty, flavorful American fare. Kick off the mouthcapades with a starter of sweetwater catfish fingers ($7.99), which pair the whiskered swimmer's cornmeal-crusted phalanges with rémoulade and jalapeño sauce, or begin by using onion strings ($6.99) to weave yourself a lightly breaded palate poncho. A 12-boned slab of St. Louis-style spareribs ($22.99), pit-smoked for three to four hours over a hickory inferno, gives sauce-slathered fingers the chance to enjoy an endless string of napkin hugs, while a Texas beef brisket sandwich ($8.49) provides a bread buffer for the benefit of tidy tasters. A sugary slate of desserts, including Dave's famous bread pudding ($5.99) with pecan praline sauce and vanilla-bean ice cream, give sweets-loving stomachs something to blog about to their gastro-friends.
Chefs at Foody Goody decorate their buffet with a vast
menu of Chinese fare, Mongolian barbecue–style stir-fry and freshly rolled sushi. A dozen different artfully arranged sushi rolls wrap spicy tuna or tempura-battered shrimp into a bite-size bundle to assuage bellies or replace the coal on snowman coats. At the Mongolian barbecue station, diners can orchestrate a feast of lo-mein noodles, fresh veggies, and five types of meat, which pop and skitter across a hot grill at the hands of a seasoned chef. Buffet cruisers can also swoop up mouths-full of crab legs, oysters, shrimp, and scallops at the seafood bar like Poseidon bobbing for seafood. Chefs at Foody Goody happily accommodate special orders, and custom-craft wholesome cuisine for diabetic and meat-free diets. Although not a part of this Groupon, there is also 200 person banquet room available for special events and partys.
McKinney and Burbach Tavern serves up a menu of hearty pub fare. Start off with an appetizer such as dragon (chicken) wings, served plain, buffalo style, or slathered in barbecue sauce, with spice-stifling celery and blue cheese ($8); or choose skewers with your choice of pork or chicken, or a combination of each, served grilled on a shrunken hunting spear ($9). For dinner, choose a traditional pub entree such as the great all-american burger with lettuce, tomato, and onion lounging on a mattress of ground beef served on a roll with a side of fries or M&B slaw ($7), or a more exotic favorite such as the chicken caesar a parmesan cheese-ordained courtship of grilled chicken and romaine lettuce nobly drizzled in caesar dressing and served on a roll or in edible wrapping paper ($8). To appease the hoggishly persnickety circumvallate papillae taste buddies, McKinney and Burbach will be expanding their pub menu after the New Year.
Samuel’s serves fanatical foodies an eclectic menu of fresh fare, sharable small plates, and classic pub plates under the watchful eye of 37 high-definition televisions.
Serving fresh and speedy pies across America for more than 50 years, Little Caesars now sates impatient appetites and sauce-starved tongue buds worldwide. Select from 13 toppings to embed like rubies in a sumptuous, made-to-order 14" original crust ($6 with one topping; $1.99 for each additional topping), or plumb the savory strata of a large cheese or pepperoni deep-dish ($7.99). Little Caesars' large Hot-N-Ready pizzas are available to drop-in patrons posthaste, eliminating stress caused by spur-of-the-moment houseguests who insist on sleeping on doughy disks ($5). Italian cheese bread ($4.29) and Caesar wings with barbecue or buffalo sauce ($10 for 16) are available for stomachs that have developed crust issues ever since they caught pizza sharing a plate with pre-dressed salad.
The chefs at McCaffrey’s Public House craft a menu of crispy fried appetizers and succulent burgers to support a rotating cast of traditional Irish entrees. Fingers can hula-hoop with a golden order of battered, hand-cut onion rings ($5.95) before biting into a bleu burger dressed in a warm wardrobe of caramelized onions and creamy blue cheese ($7.95). The grilled-chicken autumn salad rakes together freshly-fallen mixed greens, colored with fall hues of brown candied walnut and crisp apples, all coated in a mist of homemade sherry vinaigrette ($6.95 for a small; $8.95 for a large). Entree specials rotate daily, but have included such Irish classics as steaming corned beef and cabbage, delicately fried fish and chips, and four-leaf clover salads sprinkled with Lucky Charms–shaped croutons.
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