Restaurants in Bellevue

Up to 40% Off Vietnamese Food at What the Pho

What The Pho

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Along with dozens of varieties of pho, the eatery serves banh mi sandwiches and wok-fried meat and tofu dishes

Up to 50% Off Thai Food at Chantanee Thai Restaurant & Bar

Chantanee Thai Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Bellevue

$20 $12

(343)

Get your fill of curries, basil, seafood, and noodles while sitting back in a comfortable, engaging space

42% Off at Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse

Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse

Bellevue

$60 $35

Chefs prepare all-you-can-eat churrasco feasts, which feature skewered filet mignon and lamb chops, as well as a salad bar with 60+ sides

Up to 48% Off Fondue Dinner at The Melting Pot

The Melting Pot

Multiple Locations

$95.70 $55

(573)

Diners receive a salad, their choice of entree to cook in one of four broths, and a lobster tail

Up to 40% Off Irish Pub Food at Paddy Coyne's

Paddy Coyne's

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

(356)

Irish staples such as corned beef and fish 'n' chips join whiskey tumblers and pints of Guinness

45% Off at Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Bellevue

$40 $22

(58)

Marinated quail, red snapper, and homemade gnocchi prepared with fresh basil and tomato sauce

42% Off Upscale Dinner at Sazon Mexican Kitchen

Sazon Mexican Kitchen

Downtown Bellevue

$24 $14

(27)

Seasonal ingredients fill handcrafted Mexican dishes with a new American twist, including black mole, prawn tacos, and stewed lamb

$5 Buys You a Coupon for Tacos and 50% Off Beers and House Margaritas

Tapatio Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

Eastgate

$5 $5

For $5, receive a coupon for $1.00 crispy tacos and half off draft beers and house margaritas

42% Off Steak Dinner at John Howie Steak

John Howie Steak

Bellevue

$60 $35

(660)

Mesquite-grilled, aged USDA Prime steaks and pan-seared Australian Wagyu beef seasoned with mild sea salt

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Like the Danube River itself, the cuisine at Danube Bistro Restaurant winds through various parts of Europe, making for a menu as eclectic as it is satiating. Italian and German wines complement family-style cuisine of those same two nation. These two formative influences result in entrees such as house-made lasagna filled with a choice of meat, seafood, or vegetables. In true international style, Hungary scores some influence on the menu as well, with a goulash studded with chunks of beef simmered in a paprika sauce.

Once patrons enter the family-owned restaurant through its fountain-marked entrance on the ground floor of the Avalon Apartments, they'll notice the care the proprietors have taken to make the restaurant a relaxing dining experience. Patrons can sup indoors on one of the restaurants two floor, or choose to take their meals on the outdoor patio, where large red umbrellas and an invisible force field shield meals from the sunlight.

11000 NE 10th St
Bellevue,
WA
US

Not much has changed since Lovie Yancey opened the first Fatburger in 1952. Since then, the chain has expanded, but the food has stayed the same: 100% USDA lean beef burgers grilled to order and hand-scooped ice-cream shakes. Each restaurant stays true to Yancey's vision, even down to retro-influenced digs with jukeboxes blasting old school favorites designed to make listeners flash enthusiastic thumbs-up signs. Inside the kitchen, cooks stack burgers from 2.5-ounce burgers to 24-ounce triple burgers on toasted regular or gluten-free buns as fresh onions crisp inside fryers filled with cholesterol-free oil. Diners can also enjoy Fatburger’s signature chili made with a secret blend of herbs and spices or milkshakes topped with dollops of whipped cream that resemble fluffy, white clouds shaped like marshmallows.

12819 Southeast 38th Street
Bellevue,
WA
US

Fatburger's gourmet burgers range from 2.5 oz. single-patty "baby fat" burgers ($2.49) to the XXXL 24 oz. thrice-stacked "triple king" ($9.69), with three more moderate options in between. Made from 100% lean beef, Fatburger's gourmet burger combos start at $4.99 (beer/burger combos start at $5.99), and all of the grilled goodies come topped with fresh veggies, while optional add-ons ($.59–$.89 each) are available for a custom chow-down. Plop a scoop of chili on your burger and cover it with a slice of cheese for a decadent dining experience, or create a breakfast-themed burger with bacon and an egg. Fatburger's chicken sandwich ($4.99 alone or $8.99 for combo; grilled, fried, or spicy), turkey burger ($4.49 alone or $7.99 for combo), and veggie burger ($4.79 alone or $8.49 for combo) offer awesome alternatives to bovine-based meals. Homemade onion rings ($2.89) or skinny fries ($2.39) act as lovable sidekicks for your brooding, misunderstood burger without a cause, while a sweet Maui-banana or cookies-and-cream milkshake ($3.79) can double as the skankified Olivia Newton-John it wins during the final musical number.

120 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

Dianne’s Delights delivers what every event really needs—a dose of sweetness. The dessert-catering company bakes a kaleidoscope of frosting-laden treats, whether they’re traditional desserts such as cupcakes and seasonally decorated cookies, or more modern morsels such as cake pops and cake balls. They even take the guesswork out of wine-and-dessert pairings with wine-infused cake balls, which marry the flavors of wine with moist cake. These goodies come together in a variety of forms, including ornate gift boxes and themed dessert bars topped with colorful cake pops, miniature brownies, and tiny tarts. The staff arranges the treats on multi-tiered serving trays and wooden boxes that might top a shabby-chic vintage dresser or nestle next to candle-filled mason jars. Whatever the setup, the delicate pastries add much-needed decadence to corporate events, weddings, and dog retirement parties.

302 108th Ave. NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

After a wrong turn to Philadelphia led him to a transcendental encounter with a cheesesteak, Charley’s Grilled Subs’ eponymous owner opened his first sub shop on The Ohio State University's campus in the late ‘80s. More than two decades later, Charley’s slings philly steak subs and gourmet fries in more than 300 locations around the world. Classic cheesesteaks join barbecue-cheddar, sicilian, and chicken configurations on the hearty menu alongside grilled deli subs and salads topped with seared meats. Crispy golden fries invite crumbles of bacon and dollops of cheese, ranch, and other deluxe toppings, washed down with sips of lemonade freshly squeezed from lemons, kiwis, strawberries, and 1958 Edsels.

10623 NE 19th Pl
Bellevue,
WA
US

Angostura bitters, Art in the Age root, Carpano Antica vermouth, Buffalo Trace bourbon, a bing cherry, and an expert bartender—the ingredients in 1Hundred Bistro & Bar's signature Manhattan, like the ingredients in its many dishes, sound delicious alone but add up to something even better. Elsewhere on the menu, a cabernet-horseradish aioli performs the extraordinary feat of challenging sliced prime rib as the most delicious thing in the prime rib dip. And the Bistro's macaroni and cheese stars a Vermont white cheddar, mingling with smoked pepper, while the simple bowl of popcorn gets dressed up with truffle butter—which is what the queen uses to lubricate her skateboard wheels.

1020 108th Ave NE, Ste 100
Bellevue,
WA
US

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