Food & Drink in Addison

Pub Food for Dine-In or Carryout at The Hub Sports Bar and Grill (40% Off)

The hub sports bar & grill

Addison

Twenty-eight HD televisions and eight HD projection screens offer zoomed-in views of sports as burgers and tacos grace tables

$20 $12

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Ethiopian or Italian Meal for Two at Queen of Sheba Restaurant (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Queen of Sheba Restaurant

Addison

Family-style trays of meat- and vegetable-laden stews simmered in ginger, garlic, and spicy sauces, or Italian pasta platters

$30 $16

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pub Food at Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill

Tailgaters Sports Bar & Grill

Multiple Locations

Sports bar dishes out pub food such as spicy chicken wings, quesadillas, and nachos amongst a huge patio, pool, and darts

$20 $12

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Dinner for Two or Four at Al-Amir Lebanese Restaurant and Club (Up to 42% Off)

Al-Amir Lebanese Restaurant and Club

Plaza At The Quorum

On select evenings, belly dancers liven up the room with their choreography as diners share tabbouli, skewers, and hookahs

$30 $18

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Brewpub Food at Humperdinks (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Humperdinks

Addison

Ale-marinated fajitas, fresh burgers, and piled-high reuben sandwiches in a casual sports bar that features locally brewed beer

$20 $12

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Dinner for Dine-In or Takeout at Flavors Indian Restaurant

Flavors Indian Restaurant

Addison

This family-run restaurant turns out tasty, traditional Indian cuisine, from lamb vindaloo to chicken tikka masala

$10 $5

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$15 for $30 Worth of Fast, Casual Italian Food at Arezzo Italian Street Food

Arezzo Italian Street Food

Addison

Fast, casual Italian food made using from-scratch dressings, wood-fired meats, and stone-baked breads

$30 $15

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$12 for $20 Worth of Food for Two at Addison Point

Addison Point Sports Grill

Addison

Menu stocked with sandwiches, baskets, and other pub favorites; 40 beers on draft

$20 $12

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Indian Food for Dine-In or Carry-Out at Bawarchi Signature (40% Off)

Bawarchi Signature

Addison

Chicken, goat, or vegetable biryani, deep-fried shrimp, and other North and South Indian delicacies

$20 $12

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When Flavors Indian Restaurant cofounder Shiv Dave was working as a financial advisor for a big-time accounting firm in Indonesia, he was struck by the lack of authentic Indian cuisine outside of his native country. Together with his wife, professional dietitian Shilpa Dave, Shiv set off the spark for a family-run restaurant dedicated to producing healthy traditional feasts from the Indian subcontinent. As an American extension of the Dave family's original venture in Indonesia, Flavors Indian Restaurant introduces meals of fluffy naan bread, creamy paneer, and zesty curries to the American diet of apple pies and candy-based cereal products. Chefs from India draw from years of professional experience and firsthand knowledge of their culture's cuisine, whipping up meals of tender lamb vindaloo or seafood masala with a well-honed expertise.

4101 Belt Line Rd
Addison,
TX
US

Johnny Huntsman founded the first Johnny's Pizza House in Louisiana in 1967, calling it the "only link in the world's smallest pizza chain." The restaurant's signature pizza crusts, made fresh daily, soon caught on and led to rapid expansion. Although the restaurant declared bankruptcy in the late 1980s, Huntsman rallied enough support to pull his empire out of Chapter 11 by parading down the street wearing only a barrel with suspenders and carrying a sign saying, "Please Eat Johnny's Pizza." Today, Johnny's Pizza House's Addison, Texas, location continues to serve the franchise's tried-and-true dishes, such as buttery muffuletta sandwiches and 11-ingredient Sweep the Kitchen pizzas. While awaiting a specialty pizza, guests can study the contemporary dining area, which includes red accent walls, flat-screen TVs, and pizza paintings that are remade fresh daily.

4145 Belt Line Road
Addison,
TX
US

Seven days a week, the kitchen at Duke's Original Roadhouse stays bustling into the wee hours of the night as cooks whip up hearty comfort food. Patrons can nosh on “Fall Off The Bone” barbecue ribs, which arrive at tables accompanied by garlic mashed potatoes or seasoned fries or enjoy one of six mac ‘n’ cheese varieties, including one that’s topped with a half-pound of grilled hot dog. Hefty sandwiches, such as the open-faced pot-roast sandwich topped with brown gravy, pair well with a shareable 104-ounce cylinder of beer known as Duke’s Tower of Power. The restaurant also features an outdoor patio and deck, where guests gather each Wednesday evening to toss large bouncy balls into trashcans during bouts of Big Balls.

4180 Belt Line Rd
Addison,
TX
US

Arezzo Italian Street Food quickly churns out fast, casual Italian breakfasts, chef's menu dishes, and build your own creations loaded with wood-fired meats, from-scratch dressings, and fresh produce. To curate their own meals, diners first decide whether they're in the mood for bowl of angel hair, a mixed green salad, a grilled panini, or a padeena?a wrap made with stone-baked flatbread.

Next, they choose a wood-fired protein, such as blackened salmon, housemade meatballs, or spicy brisket, and then a sauce, such as the hot creamy Diablo or cold roasted-red-pepper pesto. Toppings such as artichokes and sun-dried tomatoes come next, and sides slake any remaining cravings.

Patrons who feel daunted by the number of build-your-own options or refuse to be creative without overtime pay can opt for a tried-and-true combo, such as the shrimp carbonara pasta bowl. They can also grab breakfast eats, such as piadas, which are served all day long.

4155 Beltline Road, Suite 218
Addison,
TX
US

Celebrity photos, including a portrait of former regular Mickey Mantle, line the wood paneled walls of Jaxx Steakhouse, known for its flavorful steaks, seafood, and pasta and its 1930s-style decor. Inside the kitchen, Chef Marcelino grills juicy pepper steaks with brandy demi-glace and pairs crabmeat-stuffed jumbo shrimp with tender filet mignon and garlic mashed potatoes. Lighter fare includes pan-seared ahi tuna, zero-gravity tossed salads, and low-carb lemon-basil chicken. An extensive wine list stands by to add accompaniment to meals, while single-malt scotch and espresso drinks tap in to finish off dinners along with a tag-team of desserts, such as white-chocolate bread pudding and crème brûlée.

14925 Midway Rd.
Addison,
TX
US

The 500, Inc.'s name stems from its very first fundraising campaign in 1965. Setting out to raise $5,000 for the Dallas Civic Opera, founder Polly Lou Moore convinced 500 individuals to each donate $10. It took only three months to collect every dollar. Since then, The 500, Inc. has aided more than 40 of the area's visual-, theatrical-, and musical-arts organizations by raising more than $12 million in donations and countless hours of volunteer support—all helping to honor the legacy of those first 500 mustaches doodled over Alexander Hamilton’s portrait.

15650 Addison Road
Addison,
TX
US