Food & Drink in Brooklyn Park

Up to 51% Off Pub Food at Patrick's of Pratt Street

Patrick's of Pratt Street

Hollins Market

$40 $20


Pub classics such as Maryland crab cakes and Black Angus beef burgers in a historical pub with original tin ceiling and brass cash register

Half Off Southern Cuisine at Phaze 10

Phaze 10

Mount Vernon

$30 $15

Diners feast on lunches and brunches of Eastern Shore gumbo, shrimp and grits, chicken and biscuits, or barbecue bourbon salmon

Up to 48% Off Weekend Brunch at No Idea Tavern

No Idea Tavern

SBIC/ West Federal Hill

$40 $22

Lively pub shows pro and college football, soccer, and baseball as diners brunch on pancakes, omelets, and beer, bloody marys or mimosas

45% Off American and Indian Food at Eastern Kebab & Grill

Eastern Kebab & Grill

Brewer's Hill

$10 $5.50


Kebabs, sub sandwiches, burgers, and seafood platters among other Indian and American food

Up to 50% Off Greek Food at Acropolis Restaurant

Acropolis Restaurant

Fifteenth Street

$20 $11


Lamb shish kebabs, moussaka, shrimp saganaki, and other Greek entrees for two or four people

Up to 50% Off at Poncabird Pub

Poncabird Pub

Southeastern Baltimore

$20 $11


Signature 10 oz. burgers sport toppings of blue cheese or crab dip at a sports pub known for local seafood and a party-ready patio

50% Off Greek Food at Ikaros Restaurant

Ikaros Restaurant


$30 $15


Classic Greek dishes such as braised lamb, surf and turf, stuffed grape leaves, moussaka, and housemade baklava

48% at Sascha's 527 Cafe

Saschas 527


$40 $21

Upscale urban café with red velvet curtains and a crystal chandelier proffers boneless glazed short rib, free-range chicken, & small plates

50% Off Indian & Nepalese Food at Lumbini Restaurant

Lumbini Restaurant


$30 $16


Charcoal-roasted chicken, tandoor-barbecued lamb, and baked eggplant simmer in sauces and Himalayan spices

50% Off Seafood and American Cuisine at Captain James Landing

Captain James Landing


$30 $15


Chefs specialize in fresh seafood, such as crab-cake sliders and lobster steamed to order, inside a maritime-themed eatery by the water

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$72 $29

Monthly timesaving meal plans show clients how to do five days' worth of cooking in about an hour; feeds 4–6 people

Up to 69% Off Club Night at The Get Down

The Get Down

Fells Point

$45.40 $14

Drinks, DJs, and dancing in a swanky club with innovative LED-light system and plush booths

American Cuisine at Creme Restaurant and Lounge

Creme Restaurant & Lounge


$64 $35

Chefs incorporate contemporary flavors into dishes such as shrimp risotto, crab cakes, and roasted chicken

Up to 50% Off at Bosphorus Mediterranean Bistro

Bosphorus Mediterrenean Bistro


$20 $11

Mediterranean cuisine includes beef shish kebab, tzatziki, and a Bosphorus burger with beef, kasar cheese, tomato, and onion

50% Off Beers and Mixed Drinks at Ottobar


Charles Village

$30 $15


Bars on both floors of an award-winning venue serve domestic and imported bottled beers and mixed drinks

25% Off Catering or Sandwiches at Lenny's Deli Harborplace

Lennys Deli Harborplace


$100 $75

Catered smoked-salmon party platters and 5-foot cold-cut subs; dine-in corned-beef reubens and baked half chickens

48% Off Mediterranean Food at Waterstone Bar & Grille

Waterstone Bar & Grille


$40 $21


Wine bar and lounge serves pan-Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on rich meat dishes such as lamb chops with homemade tzatziki

$5 for Yogurt at Forever Yogurt

Forever Yogurt

Federal Hill - Montgomery

$10 $5

16 rotating flavors of frozen yogurt and fruit and candy toppings, and hot chocolate bar

Up to 45% Off Brunch at Chazz: A Bronx Original

Chazz: A Bronx Original

Harbor East

$38 $21


Actor Chazz Palminteri presides over Italian restaurant that serves brunch dishes such as fresh fruit pizza & crab benedict

Select Local Merchants

Maynard’s Cafe's flavor slingers craft a surf 'n' turf menu brimming with oceanic delights and land-locked meats. Dining companions can warm up for competitive chew-offs with the Maynard’s Combo, an amalgam of finger foods that include crab balls, jalapeño poppers, chicken tenders, and steamed shrimp among other handheld poppables. Then order up a heftier entree, such as the chicken fettuccini, crab legs and drawn butter, or fried oysters. The new york strip steak cohabitates with crab cakes and brings two sides to the table. Guests can savor their meals while oogling karaoke performers crooning after 9 p.m. Wednesday–Sunday or watch cards go flying during rounds of Texas Hold 'em or high-stakes Go Fish on Thursdays.

3916 S Hanover St

The patty purveyors at the recently opened Baltimore Burger Bar frequently update their seasonal menu of grass-fed beef burgers and culinary accouterments. Made-to-order cheeseburgers boast a thick slab of beef blanketed by a choice of cheese, such as chèvre, brie, or blue cheese. A bevy of farm-fresh ingredients mingles in ever-changing toppings and sauces, with previous adornments including a poppied radish-and-onion relish, a pineapple-cucumber salsa, and a Taiwanese squash-basil slaw funneled directly from the source via subterranean pipeline. Enhance your protein intake with extras such as a fried egg or bacon, available for an extra $1 each. Burger dressings include zesty mango ketchup, hot yellow-curry vinegar, or lemon-herbed-ricotta aioli, and a small order of fries gives two or four hungry hands an excuse to spill and sop up savory sauces.

830 West 36th Street

Cut from the cloth of 1930s-style delis, Miller’s Delicatessen transports diners back to a simpler time of tastiness with a bevy of comforting dishes and scrumptious sides. Like shopping for a wedding dress, visitors enjoy a buzzing, cafeteria-style atmosphere while ordering from the counter and munching on juicy, flavor-doused meats amid a stylish dining room lined with celebrity photos. Scan the menu for traditional dinners such as the roast-beef brisket with brown gravy ($11.99) and grilled liver and onions ($10.99), or keep high-five dispensers occupied with a corned-beef and pastrami sandwich ($9.99) or meatloaf and bacon sandwich with fried onions and jack cheese ($9.99). Savory soups such as the matzah ball ($3.69) or cold borsch with sour cream ($3.69) will help meaty bites slide friction-free down to blissfully satisfied stomachs.

2849 Smith Ave

A fascination with edible science and unexpected mixtures motivated Chef Pellegrino to dream up Corks' menu of new American cuisine. Whet your appetite with a mug of smoky tomato bisque ($6), crostini on a bed of traditional hummus ($5), or chips and dip ($5). Corks' specialty, fondue, is served in three cheese blends. Gorge on gorgonzola ($10) or epicuriously experiment with the house blend ($7). Heartier selections include an alfredo-coated pasta with fresh veggies ($14) and a black-truffle meatloaf sided with baby field carrots and mashed potatoes ($20).

1026 S Charles St

Head chef Ray Kumm's training in classical French cuisine guides him in selecting the seasonally available foods used to craft Bluegrass Tavern's ever-evolving dinner menu. Appetizer platters present diners with five selections of house-made charcuterie and farm-fresh cheeses, each complementing the other with savory flavors and a solid grounding in color theory. The menu of large bites shifts at the whim of seasonal ingredients and the availability of the wily ducks, rabbits, and fish that typically populate the dishes, which currently include a grilled Hudson Valley duck breast with a sweet counterpoint of plum chutney, and an 8-ounce sirloin steak from Snake River Farms. As jaw muscles heat up from chewing through tender meats and crisp vegetables, occasional sips of house wine keep them fortified for another round of mastication and librettos sung in each dish's honor.

1500 S Hanover St

Boheme Cafe quells tumultuous appetites with comfort food crafted from locally grown vegetables and kick-starts mornings with super-charged coffee drinks. Dive into the breakfast menu with the Ragin' Cajun, which snuggles scrambled eggs, sausage, green peppers, and onions together with chipotle spread in a tortilla blanket ($3.99). Those who prefer their energy in liquid form can sip a cup of coffee ($1.84/$1.95) brewed from Counter Culture beans, which are great for caffeinating bodies, minds, and imaginary friends.

400 E Pratt St