Restaurants in Cleveland

Up to 43% Off Greek and Indian Cuisine at The Mad Greek

The Mad Greek

Cleveland Heights

$20 $12

A combination of traditional Greek and Indian dishes served amid potted ferns, soaring ceilings, and natural sunlight

42% Off at Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers

Guthrie's Chicken Fingers

Tremont

$10 $6

Chicken fingers marinate for two days before being hand-breaded, fried, and served with a secret-recipe sauce

Up to 45% Off at Lotus Thai House

Lotus Thai House

Cleveland Heights

$16 $11

Family-owned restaurant with a full-service bar serves up a variety of authentic, MSG-free Thai dishes

Up to 50% Off Fondue Dinner at The Melting Pot

The Melting Pot

Fairview Park

$59.75 $30

After a crisp salad, choose three savory ingredients—such as mushroom-stuffed pasta or barbecue pork—to cook in your choice of broths

$9 Off Deli Sandwiches at Karl's Inn of the Barristers

Karl's Inn of the Barristers

Tremont

$20 $11

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Signature corned beef and other deli sandwiches join 1/2 lb. angus beef burgers; iconic eatery in business for decades

Tomo Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant and Lounge — 40% Off

Tomo Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant and Lounge

Downtown

$50 $30

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Hibachi chefs whip up filet mignon and lobster in front of dinner parties, as sushi masters handroll maki stuffed with tuna and salmon

Up to 50% Off at David's Grill & Bar

David's Grill & Bar

Downtown

$30 $15

Hand-cut rye, rosemary ciabatta, and tortillas turn into thai-chicken wraps, reubens, and pressed paninis

Up to 34% Off at Grovewood Tavern & Wine Bar

Grovewood Tavern & Wine Bar

North Collinwood

$60 $40

Calamari with thai-chili crème fraîche, organic curry-crusted salmon, and slow-braised bison pot roast populate a daring tavern menu

Half Off at Samurai Sushi and Steakhouse

Samurai Sushi and Steakhouse

Strongsville

$25 $12.50

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Hibachi chefs display deft knifework as guests sup on grilled fare, sushi, and tempura in an atmosphere evocative of a nightclub

45% Off Pizza and Pasta at The Third Place

The Third Place

Kamm's Corners

$10 $5.50

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Eatery with full bar dishes out specialty pizza, lasagna, fried chicken, subs, and salads

45% Off at Michael's Family Restaurant

Michael's Family Restaurant

Rocky River

$20 $11

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Among stained glass accents and hanging flower baskets, Dino Tsarnas, formerly of the Cleveland Grill, makes calamari, pastas, and pizzas

Half Off Russian Cuisine at Restaurant Europa 

Restaurant Europa

Pepper Pike

$60 $30

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Hearty Russian specialties—such as latkes and stuffed cabbage—served in a bright dining room with nightly live music

Up to 50% Off at Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse

Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse

Multiple Locations

$25 $13

Hibachi chefs chop and flip chicken, steak, and shrimp right at the table

50% Off Casual American Cuisine at Gateway Bar and Grill

Gateway Bar and Grill

Cleveland

$30 $15

Ribs, wings, and other classic American dishes served with fresh-juice cocktails inside an inviting hotel restaurant

45% Off at Pasta Lear's Pizzeria and Deli

Pasta Lear's Pizzeria and Deli

Brook Park

$20 $11

Eatery serves cuisine such as italian sausage and peppers, corned beef sandwich, steamed mussels, barbecue chicken pizza, and lasagna

Up to 50% Off at Rib Kings of Cleveland

Rib Kings of Cleveland

Woodland Hills

$20 $11

Classic Southern-style barbecue plates loaded with ribs, pulled pork, collard greens, and peach cobbler

Up to 48% Off Large Pizzas at Casamel's Pizza

Casamel's Pizza

Parma

$28.90 $15

Hand-tossed pizzas with toppings such as pineapple, italian sausage, pepperoni, and green peppers

Up to 50% Off at Shula's 2 Steak & Sports

Shula's 2 Steak & Sports

Independence

$50 $25

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Steaks headline this menu of premium meaty filets, seared ahi tuna, and grilled sandwiches

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Though it isn’t a matchmaking service, Grovewood Tavern is responsible for more than 150 successful relationships in the past decade, all of which were realized over dinner. The brick-enclosed restaurant specializes in the delicious puppy love between food and drink, hosting meals that pair fine wines, beers, and spirits with bites from a globally conscious kitchen. The courses encourage guests to savor combinations in the moment, but also nod to the history inside the glassware. Trivia and origin stories accompany the drinks, detailing their flavors and the favorable reviews they've received. Some dinners benefit from presentation by expert hosts, including vineyard aficionados and people who know how the ghosts are added to each bottle of spirits.

Outside of these showcases, visitors can still enjoy selections from the tavern's regular menu. Duck-burger sliders and spice-rubbed ahi-tuna sandwiches dispel any worries about stereotypical pub fare, and the entrees' emphasis on local and organic ingredients adds a refreshing ease of conscience to each bite. Grovewood’s catalog of savory meats ranges from Japanese-style barbecued chicken to the bison pot roast, which, according to a 2007 feature in the Plain Dealer, "falls gloriously apart, upon gentle forkage." Chefs accommodate vegetarians and vegans as well. A wealth of meat- and gluten-free options speckles the menu's pages, and the pairing dinners list substitutions for nonveggie helpings, replacing tea-smoked duck breast with grilled tofu and skirt steak with vegan beef.

17105 Grovewood Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

From 1992–1994, the Cleveland Thunderbolts gave the city its first taste of Arena Football League action. And while the taste was but a tease at the time—the team disbanded at the end of the 1994 season—AFL fans eventually would see a return to revelry in 2008 with the arrival of the Gladiators, a team that bounced around the country like a rock band on pogo sticks before diggin’ in their cleats at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena. In their first official season, the Gladiators introduced themselves in grand fashion by advancing to the franchise's first-ever conference championship game—a tough loss, to the eventual league champion Philadelphia Soul, that’s since stood as the squad’s humbling reminder of the unending effort required to achieve league dominance.

1 Center Ct
Cleveland,
OH
US

Crave brings breakfast, lunch, and dinner to peoples' doorsteps. Customers can go online, plug in their zip code, and view a roster of restaurant menus from which to choose, sorting their options by cuisine type or restaurant name. After a short wait—Crave provides an estimated wait time for each eatery—dishes from restaurants such as Chipotle, Luchita's, and BRGR 9 arrive at homes.

1808 Buhrer Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

Mr. Wonderful's veteran chefs batter and fry a menu's worth of soul food, including crisp chicken and fish. A variety of chicken and waffle meals ($6.99–$12.99) star boneless or bone-in poultry, drizzled in a signature glaze that underscores the duo's complementary tastes, textures, and zodiac signs. Satisfy seafood hankerings with a shrimp po boy slathered in tangy sauce ($5.99) or a fried catfish dinner ($10.99), accompanied by a duo of hearty sides, such as candied yams, slow-cooked greens, and creamy mac 'n' cheese. A choice of more than 10 stuffed baked potatoes ($4.99–$11.99) transforms the humdrum spud into a tableside celebrity, while the restaurant's family meals ($8.99–$69) supply clans with the energy to tackle overdue tasks such as cleaning the basement or sewing matching sweater vests by hand.

23041 Emery Rd
Cleveland,
OH
US

Leave cares and diets behind when selecting from Barley's "totally fried" menu. You'll find crispy onion rings ($6.95), spicy or mild chicken strips served with dipping sauces ($6.95), and fried pickle baskets ($4.95) among the bar-hearty options. Add a little greens to your grease with a Buffalo fried chicken salad ($7.95) served with your choice of dressing. Barley House also serves draft and bottled beers, wine, and mixed drinks.

1261 W 6th St
Cleveland,
OH
US

The chefs at Acappella at Playhouse Square craft a menu of pastas, veal, and seafood dishes in an eatery conveniently located near Cleveland State University and Playhouse Square. Dinnertime diners can savor the tender medallions inhabiting the veal parmesan ($21.95) or admire the youthful exuberance of the pasta primavera, which is crowned like an Italian beauty queen in fresh seasonal vegetables, alfredo sauce, and a dollop of marinara ($15.95). Alternatively, Groupon holders can quell midday cravings with a lunch portion of seafood pasta ($10.95) or sink their forks into baked chicken parmesan ($6.95). The restaurant's close proximity to Playhouse Square also makes it an ideal spot for couples to commence a night on the town or for hecklers to pick up fresh tomatoes before a show.

1621 Euclid Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US