Restaurants in Coney Island

Prix-Fixe Sushi Meal for Two or Four or Take-Out for Up to Four at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar (Up to 52% Off)

Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar

Cucumber Sushi

$60 $29

Chefs at trendy sushi joint craft traditional and creative rolls for diners primed with premeal soup and salad

French Dinner Cuisine for Two at French Tart (Up to 50% Off)

The French Tart

Dongan Hills

$40 $20

Cooks prepare a selection of traditional and unconventional French dishes during dinner hours

Greek Food at Kuzina (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.


Staten Island

$30 $15

Authentic Greek dishes showcase Mediterranean flavors and traditional preparation

Sushi Meal for Two or Four with Soups, Salads, and Coffees at Cucumber Sushi and Salad Bar (Up to 58% Off)

Cucumber Sushi + Salad Bar

Amboy Rd.

$53 $25


Chefs at trendy sushi joint craft traditional and creative rolls for diners primed with pre-meal soup and salad

Mexican Meal for Four or $15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food at Fiesta Poblana

Fiesta Poblana

St. George

$30 $15


Grilled salted beef with cactus, seared chicken in homemade mole, and salmon with chipotle cream sauce at an eatery with live mariachi

Seafood and Italian Cuisine at Docks Clam Bar & Pasta House (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Docks Clam Bar & Pasta House


$40 $20


Family-run seafood joint that has been stocking a raw bar and cooking up pasta heaped with lobster and scallops since 1976

Italian Cuisine for Dine-In, Takeout, or Delivery at Goodfella's Old World Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta (50% Off)

Goodfella's Old World Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta

Dongan Hills

$30 $15


Enjoy award-winning brick-oven pizzas and Italian entrees and pastas in a bistro setting or at home

Sushi or Hibachi Cuisine at Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse (50% Off). Two Locations Available.

Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Chefs sear tender steak and salmon filets on hibachi grills, slice ocean-fresh seafood for sushi rolls, and serve up kobe beef sliders

$35 for $50 Worth of Northern Italian Cuisine at Da Noi - Fingerboard. Groupon Reservation Required.

Da Noi

Shore Acres

$50 $35


Old-world Northern Italian dishes such as thick, sage-scented veal chops and house-made pasta

$7 for $14 Worth of Cheesesteaks, Sandwiches, and Salads at Ribeye Bros Cheesesteaks

Ribeye Bros Cheesesteaks

Island Park

$14 $7

Thinly sliced ribeye steak or chicken layered with provolone, cheddar, or blue cheese on hero rolls baked in Farmingdale

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At South Fin Grill, the ocean breeze mingles with a menu of upscale seafood and steakhouse dishes praised by New York magazine. Amid what critic Ethan Wolff describes as a "priceless" ocean view, servers roll out lobster, crab, swordfish, and salmon incarnated as pasta, soup, and sushi dishes. The "turf" portion of the menu showcases grilled new york sirloin, filet mignon, and barbecued pork, but the focus once again turns seaside at a raw bar that features clams and oysters kept fresh by pearl-shaped breath mints.

Beams of blue and yellow lighting hover above the interior dining tables, each blanketed with a white tablecloth and centered with a flickering candle. Outside, the ocean deck's sea-blue umbrellas shelter views of the boardwalk, ocean, and seagull beach volleyball tourneys. The restaurant bolsters its elegantly plated cuisine with occasional entertainment acts, which have included DJs.

300 Father Capodanno Blvd
Staten Island,

Don't let the name fool you: butter cookies are made from more than just butter. At Cutest Cookies, each from-scratch batch incorporates 10 ingredients, including vanilla, flour, and meringue powder. From here, however, the similarities between each peanut- and tree nut-free batch end. Customers determine every cookie's color, shape, and design, ranging from wedding cookies decorated like tuxedos and dresses to birthday cookies ornamented with replicated pictures of the birthday boy or girl.

Bakers make the order one to two days before a customer's event, hand-decorating each cookie with individually mixed icing colors. To ensure freshness, they place every cookie in a cellophane bag fastened with a matching ribbon. If left in original packaging, an airtight container, or your mouth unchewed, the cookies will stay fresh for an entire month.

30 Giffords Ln
Staten Island,

Burgers N Dogs' comfort-fare menu fills plates with fried hot dogs, half-pound burgers, and piled-on sides. Chefs hand-patty half-pound portions of beef into meaty disks and spin them over an open flame to create each burger, finishing proteins with a dash special seasonings. Before piling on the traditional trimmings of a Chicago-style or chili-cheese dog, quarter-pound hot dogs do laps in the deep fryer to get ripped. Hand-cut french fries or onion rings and sips of soda or water augment the eats, alongside the traditional American takeout garnish, fortune ketchup.

641 N Railroad Ave
Staten Island,

Cuisine Type: Russian-French Fusion

Established: 2013

Reservations: Required

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 5?10

Parking: Free street parking

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: BYOB

Delivery / Take-out Available: Unavailable

Outdoor Seating: No

The owner of Verrazano Grill Restaurant describes their specialties as fusion cuisine that blend traditional Russian dishes with French cooking techniques. That description may cover the salmon steak in pepper sauce, but some dishes remain purely Russian. "The soups are made [from] a traditional, secret family ... recipe," says the owner. Alongside soups of the day, the chefs make borscht, kharcho, Pozharsky chicken cutlets, which originated as a popular dish among Russian nobility.

However, Verrazano Grill has a notable story beyond its unique menu. When Hurricane Sandy struck, the eatery was completely leveled. Though heartbreaking, it wasn't entirely a bad thing. It sparked the restaurant's transformation, as the owner rebuilt the entire place from the ground up, outfitting it with new kitchens, striking decor, and a wall of windows that maximize views of the State Island Boardwalk just a few feet beyond the front door.

628 Midland Ave
Staten Island,

Drawing on the culinary savvy that gave him the win on Food Network's Cupcake Wars, chef Paul Conti gives pub cuisine an upscale makeover at Bar One30. The contemporary menu includes such luxurious comfort food as pan-fried mac ‘n’ cheese bites laced with truffle oil and crafted with an artisan cheese blend and battered bahamian conch fritters. The Sloppy Joseph prefers to be called by its full name, sporting a gentlemanly combination of braised tenderloin and whiskey-barbecue-tomato reduction. When they aren’t delving into cheddar-topped burgers or sparring with saucy wings, guests sate their entertainment appetites with the bar’s live music and special events.

130 Lincoln Ave.
Staten Island,

Though its menu stars an ensemble of oceanic delicacies, House of Crabs’s specialty is, not surprisingly, crabs. Crab and corn chowder and crab cakes give way to more focused dishes such as the crab combination platter, a behemoth plate of king crab, dungeness crab, and snow crab. Waiters also whirl around plates stacked with other sea fruits, such as lobster and shrimp, and the nautical-inspired space is studded with ships’ wheels, boat ropes, and a functioning wave pool.

2271 Hylan Blvd.
Staten Island,
New York

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