Restaurants in Biloxi

Half Off Sushi and Thai Food at Fuji San


$20 $10


Sushi or food from the new Thai menu, such as red curry over fried flounder, crab fried rice, and pad thai with chicken or tofu

Up to Half Off Indian Food at Halal Cuisine of India


$15 $8


Traditional Indian dishes, such as tandoori chicken and vegetarian platters

$10 for Japanese Food at Bamboo Bistro Steakhouse & Sushi Bar


$20 $10

Chefs prepare meats and seafood in extravagant performances on tableside grills and slice fresh fish into specialty rolls

40% Off Greek Food at Zorba the Greek

Zorba the Greek

$20 $12


Pita sandwiches stuffed with feta, falafel, and chicken shawarma; classic dishes such as moussaka and gyros

Up to 37% Off at Claudio's Spring Hill Italian Bistro

Spring Hill Village

$63 $40


Beer or wine and appetizers such as fried eggplant and sautéed mushrooms pave the way for shrimp fettuccine and chicken-alfredo pizza

Up to 45% Off Pizza, Salads, and Subs at Ashland Midtown Pub

Park Place

$20 $11


Upscale pub and Italian eatery with traditional pizzas, seafood pastas, and Southern-tinged po’ boy feasts

45% Off Japanese Food at Wasabi Sushi


$20 $11


Sashimi, hand rolls, and specialty sushi rolls join other Japanese dishes such as teriyaki chicken and veggie tempura

45% off Arcade Package at Rotolo's Pizza


$20 $11

Pizza, macaroni and cheese, chicken tenders, spaghetti, or butter noodles refuels kids during trips to the arcade room

Up to 53% Off Comfort Food at Old 27 Grill


$15 $7


Menu includes homemade soups, dressings, and sauces, as well as burgers, hot dogs, and steaks with a choice of 27 toppings

50% Off at Cristina's Peruvian Restaurant


$10 $5

Cuisine from Peru, South America, Central America, Puerto Rico, and Cuba fills the menu with dishes such as jalea mixta and spanish paella

Up to Half Off at Jerk's Island Grill


$40 $20


Fried coconut shrimp, grilled mahi sandwich, and glazed pork ribs pair with 13 daiquiris beneath palm trees, surfboards, and widescreen TVs

50% Off Potato Dishes at 3 Potato 4

New Orleans

$14 $7


Dishes include fries topped with choice of sauces, along with organic vegan soups and chilies

Up to 50% Off at Angeletto's Pizzeria & Pub

Central Business District

$20 $12

Customers can enjoy their pizzas inside the laid-back pub, or take them out to the patio for alfresco dining

45% Off Mexican Food at Taco Del Mar-New Orleans

Multiple Locations

$10 $5.50

Tacos stuffed with Alaskan pollock or carnitas and hefty Baja-style burritos

52% Off Italian Food at Cafe Roma

Lower Garden District

$25 $12


Italian mainstays such as spaghetti and meatballs, muffuletta sandwiches, and margherita pizzas

Up to 53% Off Fresh Bistro Fare or Catering at City Greens 

Central Business District

$15 $10


Lettuce and greens grown on a private hydroponic farm bolster salads; thai shrimp wraps and seared spice tuna offer healthy options

Up to 50% Off at Cajun Mike's Pub and Grub

Central Business District

$28 $14


Pressed cuban sandwiches and Cajun poboys stuffed with alligator sausage and other fillings pair well with refreshing beers and well drinks

50% Off Seafood and Cajun Cuisine at The Crazy Lobster

Central Business District

$50 $25


Steamed seafood and char-grilled oysters are served on the banks of the Mississippi as local musicians play

50% Off Asian-Fusion & Sushi at Ginger Lime

French Quarter

$30 $15


Sushi, sashimi, and specialty rolls, plus Japanese dishes

Half Off Comfort Food and Catering at Gattuso’s


$20 $10

Classic New Orleans comfort food, including award-winning roast-beef po boy, served at eatery with live music on weekends

45% Off at That's Amoré Pizzeria


$20 $11

Pizzeria serves New York and Chicago-style pies alongside pasta dishes, calzones, sandwiches, and seafood platters

Half Off Italian Food at Randazzo’s Family Restaurant


$20 $10


Italian and American entrees include chicken parmesan, fried-oyster dinners, and two-egg breakfasts with pancakes and sausage

$7 for Cajun Food at Cajun Grill and Bar


$15 $7


New Orleans classics such as po’ boys, jambalaya, gumbo, and seafood alongside sandwiches and homemade desserts

45% Off Mexican Food at Sarita's Grill & Cantina


$20 $11


Mexican cuisine such as chimichangas, enchiladas, and fajitas served alongside American fare such as po' boys and burgers

Up to 51% Off Cupcakes, European-Style Pizzas and Gift Baskets


$60 $30

European-style bakery featuring strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate cupcakes; pizzas come in varieties such as chicken and artichoke

Select Local Merchants

Pioneered by gastro guru Shayne Varone, an alumnus of the prestigious Culinary Institute¬ of America, G.T.'s pleases hungry palates with contemporary American cuisine infused with Cajun and Creole twang. G.T.'s menu complements the surrounding sea breezes and panoramic gulf views with entrees such as the seared red snapper ($22), the chicken and shrimp jambalaya dancing amidst a trinity of veggies ($15), and the 12 oz. rib-eye steak hugging a plate of herb-roasted potatoes and haricot vert ($27). While at least one food item must be purchased with this Groupon, left-over value can be used toward any of G.T.'s wines (most glasses are $5 to $15), specialty cocktails (most are $8 to $10), or local craft beers from the Lazy Magnolia Brewery Company ($4 draft, $4.50 bottle). As you lounge in the restaurant's tranquil spaces, keep a watchful eye out for merman mischief, which often includes using jumbo shrimp to heckle customers that are allergic to oxymorons.

940 Beach Boulevard

Rife with pristine sands and thick tendrils of marsh grass, Bay St. Louis is known as one of the highest elevations on the Gulf of Mexico coastline, falling almost directly between Mobile, Alabama and New Orleans, Louisiana. Just a short walk from the hotel, travelers discover alluring beaches, artist cafés serving up healthy portions of cappuccino and poetry, and quaint local shops with a clever combination of fashion and local flair. Arguably the hub of the downtown arts scene, the Alice Moseley Folk Art and Antique Museum proudly displays honest portraits of life in 20th-century Mississippi.When the quiet life gets too quiet, guests pop over to New Orleans for a wild night of music and revelry. Although Bourbon Street enchants party-harders, the storied Big Easy has as many faces as it has nicknames, and foodies, music aficionados, and architecture buffs all find their place. With a truly rich musical history, countless bars and speakeasies offer opportunities to see renowned local and national artists. At the intersection of it all is the French Market, an eclectic open-air market dating back to the 1790s when it was a trading post for Native Americans, Germans, and Caribbean immigrants. This cultural crossroads is vibrant circus of creole cuisine, live music, and shopping.

711 Hollywood Blvd
Bay Saint Louis,

In business for more than 50 years, Tay’s Barbeque satisfies its carnivorous clientele with a menu of savory smoked meats, house-made sauces, and an inviting sports-centric atmosphere. Patrons can dish the juiciest gossip about local karaoke divas between bites of the crispy-fried Trashy onions, served with dipping sauce ($2.99 for regular; $5.99 for large). Pulled pork and beef brisket, like the gumdrops in Candyland, are available in 1-pound portions ($9.99 each) or piled onto a sandwich ($7.50 for pulled pork; $6.99 for beef brisket). Barbecue plates come with a pair of traditional sides such as Mendy’s Best beans, Low Tide coleslaw, or Millard’s mac 'n' cheese. Layers of pulled pork, coleslaw, and sauce unite with garlic dill pickles to form the Pig Sunday ($5.99), which diners can wash down with fresh brewed iced tea while admiring Tay’s flat-screen televisions and autographed sports jerseys.

3602 Ingalls Ave

The Catfish Shack’s management team harnesses more than 40 years in restaurant experience to pack seafood, steaks, and gumbo with dense southern flavor. Entrees, including whole catfish and boneless-catfish fillets, play Marco Polo with a variety of sides, from coleslaw to mustard greens. Aged wooden tables and chairs add to the eatery's homey feeling, and a piano awaits nimble fingers and aficionados of the Silver Spoons theme song.

4815 Halls Mill Rd

The experienced bakers and pastry chefs of Crème de la Crème practice the sweetest form of kitchen alchemy, whirling fresh ingredients into a legion of cupcakes, cakes, and other baked goods. Complete with elegant decorations or popular children's characters, cakes layer delectable flavors for celebratory occasions including weddings, birthdays, or Tuesdays. A huge cast of cupcakes rotates into the bakery daily, with flavors ranging from lemon strawberry and éclair to chocolate chip and vanilla. Bakers also craft a variety of cannoli, cake pops, and cake shooters, which combine the delicacy of cake with the engineering innovation of a tube on a stick.

3999 Pontchartrain Drive

Chef Christopher Case fills his stretch of Carey Street with the spicy, sizzling aroma of classic creole cuisine crafted from the region's freshly farmed and fished products. Trained in kitchen disciplines at Johnson & Wales University and the Delgado School of Culinary Arts, chef Case has crafted sauces and comestibles for such notable and demanding diners as Gordon Ramsay, Anthony Bourdain, and the Cookie Monster. His wealth of experience blends with a lasting love for his hometown's cuisine to showcase surprising, flavorful ingredients such as pompano, venison, and green tomatoes.

The restaurant itself welcomes guests into a cozy atmosphere, where pristine tablecloths provide a white backdrop for plates of colorful delta fare. Mirrors and bright wall sconces add depth and character to the intimate dining area.

2228 Carey St