Food & Drink in Augusta

Vegan Sandwiches and Fast Food or Takeout at The Ark Cafe (Up to 38% Off)

The Ark Cafe


Vegan takes on quick-serve favorites such as nachos, wrap sandwiches, and quesadillas made with Daiya cheese at a nonprofit lunch cafe

$8 $5

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Café Cuisine for Two or Four at Mae's Cafe and Bakery (40% Off)

Mae's Cafe and Bakery


Menu includes lobster and cheddar omelets, thai salads, lamb sausage scramble, Reubens, turkey club wraps, and eggs benedict with crabmeat

$20 $12

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$16 for $30 Worth of Vietnamese Food at Lemongrass



Menu features traditional Vietnamese dishes such as pho, fried rice, and pork bun

$30 $16

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Seafood, Steak, and Sandwiches for Two or Four at Muddy Rudder (Up to 45% Off)

Muddy Rudder


The chef and his culinary team craft award-winning seafood such as seared salmon, steamed lobster, and fried calamari

$50 $29

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Standup Comedy at Headliners Comedy Club at The Gold Room (Up to 89% Off)

Headliners Comedy Club at The Gold Room

Headliners Comedy Club

Comics seen on Comedy Central and NBC perform while guests watch from private tables

$60 $15

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Japanese Cuisine at Benkay Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar (Up to 40% Off)

Benkay Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar

East Bayside - India Street

Menu invites guests to try sushi, sashimi, 40+ different maki rolls, and traditional dishes such as teriyaki, tempura, dumplings, and udon

$50 $30

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Upscale Pub Cuisine at The King's Head (Up to 38% Off). Five Options Available.

The King's Head


Craft beer and pub classics such as smoked rabbit and scotch eggs served on historical site

$20 $13

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$11 for $20 Groupon — UnWined Lounge

Unwined Lounge


From the merchant: Great please to come and relax, to truly get away from it all, hang out with friends, and enjoy wine, beer, & food

$20 $11

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$17.25 for $30 Worth of Thai Food at Pom's Thai Restaurant. Available at 3 Locations.

Pom's Thai Restaurant

Multiple Locations

Local restaurateur Pom Boobphachati's menu overflows with the curries, seafood, noodles, and stir-fries of her native Thailand

$30 $17.25

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$17 for $30 Worth of Crepes and French Bistro Cuisine at The Merry Table

The Merry Table


Crepes with sweet and savory fillings, such as Nutella, caramelized onion, or bleu cheese, alongside bouillabaisse and other hearty entrees

$30 $17

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$8 for $15 Worth of Services at Pure Pops

Pure Pops

East Bayside - India Street

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$15 $8

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Cider- and Kombucha-Brewery Tour and Tasting with Growlers for 2, 4, or 10 at Urban Farm Fermentory (Up to 68% Off)

Urban Farm Fermentory


Tart cider and probiotic-filled kombucha made from locally sourced ingredients grace tongues and fill 32-ounce growlers

$62 $31

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four at Maria's Restaurant (Up to 48% Off)

Maria's Restaurant

West Bayside

Diners dig into hearty Italian dishes, such as housemade ravioli and gelato

$45 $24

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American Cuisine and Seafood for Two or Four at Joe’s Boathouse (48% Off)

Joe's Boathouse

South Portland

Waterfront eatery with outdoor patio & indoor party room serves ocean-fresh entrees that include lobster fettuccini & filet mignon

$50 $26

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American Pub Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Tailgate Bar and Grill (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Tailgate Bar and Grill


Casual American dishes such as slow-cooked barbecue ribs, pepperoni pizza made with fresh dough, and chicken-parmesan subs

$25 $13

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Seafood and More at Fish n Skips (Up to 50% Off)

Fish n Skips


Fresh haddock sandwiches, clam chowder, onion rings, steak sandwiches, pizzas, fried clams, clam cakes, and other casual favorites

$20 $12

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$15 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Chinese Food at Nealley's Corner Store ($30 Total Value)

Nealley's Corner Store


Chinese classics such as fried rice, lo mein, and General Tso’s chicken along with sushi, hibachi, and grocery items

$6 $3

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International Cuisine for Two or Four at Thistles Restaurant (Up to 52% Off)

Thistles Restaurant


The menu spans the globe and includes Maine crab cakes, wiener schnitzel, cashew chicken, paella, and fettuccine

$30 $15

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Pub Cuisine for Dinner for Two or Four at Little Anthony's Sports Bar & Pizzeria (40% Off)

Little Anthony's Sports Bar & Pizzeria

Bar Harbor

Pub cuisine includes barbecue bacon cheeseburgers, tacos, fried shrimp, ribs, buffalo chicken pizza, fried pickles, and chicken sandwiches

$30 $18

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Dine-In or Takeout at Ocean Pizza (40% Off)

Ocean Pizza

Old Orchard Beach

Variety of creative specialty pies like chicken cordon bleu pizza and breakfast pizza, plus sub sandwiches and pastas

$20 $12

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Pizza for Parties of Two or Four at TJ's Pizza (Up to 42% Off)

TJ's Pizza


Guests chow down on freshly made pizza and french fries cut by hand in a ’50s-style dining room with a jukebox and neon lights

$25 $15

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$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Diner Food at Christo's Place ($30 Value)

Christo's Place

South Sanford

Opt for breakfast dishes, such as the quiche of the day or buttermilk pancakes, or try lunch eats such as a Cajun burger or fish sandwich

$10 $6

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Comfort Food at The Farm Bar & Grille (Up to 50% Off)

The Farm Bar & Grille

Multiple Locations

Comfort food such as barbecue and burgers is served in a rustic eatery with distressed-wood walls and tables

$30 $15

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Two-Hour Wine-and-Chocolate-Tasting Class for Two or Four at Attrezzi (Up to 54% Off)



Wine and chocolate experts pair gourmet chocolates and truffles with private-label wines

$130 $65

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$15 for $30 Worth of Food and Beverages for Takout at Groceries on the GO

Groceries on the GO


Drive-thru convenient store serves fresh-made breakfast sandwiches, baked muffins, donuts and 14 flavors of coffee

$10 $5

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$12 for $21 Worth of Takeout Turkish Food and Fried Chicken at Jay's Newmarket Kebabs & Fried Chicken

Jay's Newmarket Kebabs & Fried Chicken


Convenient roadside takeout location with Turkish doner kebabs, tabbouleh, shish kebabs, baklava, and fried chicken with traditional sides

$7 $4

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As the tanning bed's lid closes, a cool breeze starts to blow, a gentle mist cools your skin, and the scents of aromatherapy transform a 12-minute tanning session into a miniature vacation. This S-Class bed is just one of the approximately 10 tanning options that fill City Sun Tanning. Staffers help clients select the right bed, leading them down hallways to an iBed sunbed?which features rotating facial lights?or a X-2 High Pressure bronzing stand-up, which can bronze pallid skin in ten minutes. Alternatively, visitors step onto the AutoBronzer's open-air platform, which evenly sprays UV-free tanning solution. In June of 2009, this sunless system caught the eye of New York Magazine, which lauded City Sun Tanning for having one of the "top five spray tans." The tanning salon has also garnered accolades from Citysearchers, who for several years, named it "Best of Citysearch".

144 Western Ave

Amalfi On The Water woos taste buds with fresh seafood dishes peppered with organic and locally farmed ingredients, an extensive wine list, and flavorful Shag Rock Brewing Co. ale brewed on-site. The chalkboard raw-bar menu tempts tongues with local oysters ($13 for six) and a ceviche of scallops, cucumber, and red onion doggy-paddling in citrus juices ($10). The short but well-appointed dinner menu offers netfuls of fresh fish, from the baked haddock filet, conspiring with crab in a pool of lemon beurre blanc ($21), to the pan-seared scallops, dressed in a savory tux of mushrooms, sherry, and cream ($22). Unrepentant carnivores can nibble the rosemary-and-cabernet-butter-adorned New York strip steak ($24) or proudly chomp into the port scaloppini’s tenderloin medallions nestled with roasted-apple compote in a cider sauce ($18).

12 Water St

The dough-slinging doyens at Gerard’s Pizza have populated their expansive menu with homemade pies and sides since 1964. Eschewing the popular practice of using frozen or hand-me-down pizza crusts, Gerard’s makes its own dough from scratch before bringing it to floury fruition inside of a deck oven. Then it bedecks the large 16-inch sphere with sauce and cheese, customizing it with the customer's choice of two toppings, such as italian sausage, pineapple, chicken, and banana peppers. Gerard's also regales dine-in guests with a small side of wings, a two-liter bottle of soda, and a bottomless supply of oxygen molecules free for the breathing.

233 Water St

Bowlers descend upon 20 prepped and polished lanes to partake in the New England tradition of candlepin bowling at 1-7-10 Bowling & Entertainment Center or Good Times Lanes. Candlepin bowling ups the ante on normal alley games, arming competitors with three smaller balls sans holes and mercy to hurl at thinner pins standing in the place of their curvy counterparts. After the devious pins are toppled, they are left lying in the pin deck for additional pummeling until the end of each player's turn before being swept off and reset. As bowlers glide their way through multiple challenging rounds in slick-bottomed footwear, arcade games jingle and flash in the background to distract pins that have developed human intelligence. Free bumpers help tykes eliminate discouraging gutter balls, and groups of six refuel by slurping from an included pitcher or 2-liter bottle of soda. Five TVs glow on the walls of 1-7-10, reflecting the pizzas served at Splitters Sports Bar and Grille.

2246 N Belfast Ave

In addition to oven-baking pastries and confections, the staff at Sweets & Meats stocks shelves and stuffs sandwiches with a wide variety of local and fresh goods, assuring customers that they do not serve what they themselves have not sampled. Sandwiches ($6.50 each) squeeze together specialty meats and cheeses in a crusty, bready embrace, with the Cappa Goat sandwich forcing chèvre, roasted red peppers, and hot capicola to live together and get along like college freshmen. Finish off a hearty handshake with the Uncle Paul sandwich, crammed with tasso ham, cumin gouda, and chipotle mayo, with a sweet dessert on the side ($0.50+), all baked onsite and made from scratch. Matt's locally roasted coffee and glasses of milk attract looks of longing from scones, croissants, and the shop's famous chocolate-chip-and-bacon cookies. Customers can surf Sweets & Meats' web for free while in the shop, and stock up on beer and wine to ensure their next jury deliberation is a festive affair.

218 S Main St

Live music at restaurants typically marks the end of the week, but at slates restaurant and bakery it marks the beginning. As part of the eatery?s concert series, an eclectic lineup of musicians and singer-songwriters takes the stage on Monday nights. The shows complement the art-filled atmosphere slates also exudes in its decor, with works from monthly rotating exhibits adorning exposed brick walls and sweeping murals on other walls and tables.

In the open kitchen, owner and head chef Wendy Larson demonstrates her own artistry by cooking a diverse menu from seasonal, natural, and regionally sourced ingredients. That includes plenty of fresh seafood, from the Maine lobster topping a grilled pizza on house-made whole-wheat crust to the baked scrod paired with a smoked salmon Boursin roulade.

Non-seafood options include natural Angus steak burgers or, at brunch, French toast made with fresh bread. Starting at 7 a.m. every day, Wendy?s bakers create cakes, pies, and quiches, while cooks in the deli area specialize in quesadillas with house-made salsa and breakfast sandwiches with natural meats.

167 Water Street