Restaurants in Danbury

New York-Style Bagels and Coffee Packages at Bruegger's Bagel (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Bruegger's Bagel

Danbury

$20 $10

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One dozen flavored and plain New York-style bagels with cream cheese with coffee for up to 12, or punch card for 10 medium cups of coffee

Wings or Burgers with Draft Beers for Two, Four, or Six at Coyote Maverick (Up to 58% Off)

Coyote Maverick

Danbury

$35.98 $19

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Dig into jumbo wings or burgers topped with fried onions, chili, or mushrooms; draft beers from breweries including Shocktop and Lost Sailor

Mexican Meal for Two or Four with Appetizers and Entrees at Arturos Cantina (Up to 51% Off)

Arturos Cantina

Danbury

$48.85 $29

Traditional Mexican tunes, decor, and dishes slathered in house-made mole, adobo, and ranchero sauces transport diners to Mexico

Japanese Cuisine at Koo (Up to 50% Off). Seven Options Available.

KOO

Danbury

$27.90 $14

Chefs chop, flip, and grill veggies and meats for hibachi meals and craft noodle, sushi, and teriyaki dishes

Italian Cuisine at Sinapi's Pizzeria (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Sinapi's Pizzeria

Brewster

$22 $11

Antipasto platters, specialty pizzas, and family-style portions of rigatoni or gnocchi sautéed with broccoli rabe and white clam sauce

HIbachi or Bento Lunch for Two or Four, Dinner for Two or Four, or Take-Out at Kusulyn Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Kusulyn Restaurant

Kusulyn Restaurant

$27.90 $14

Pan-Asian cuisine such as hibachi shrimp, spicy pad thai, and teriyaki salmon, plus a large sushi menu

Sunday Pajama Brunch with Entrees, Coffee, and Bottomless Booze at Bistro 7 (Up to 41% Off)

Bistro 7

Georgetown

$65.80 $39

Enjoy brunch entrees such as banana and Nutella crepes and optional bottomless booze while wearing pajamas

$24 for $40 Worth of Hibachi Cuisine and Sushi at Bambu Modern Asian Restaurant

Bambu Modern Asian Restaurant

Danbury

$40 $24

Chefs fire up steak and chicken in an entertaining display; sushi chef prepares unconventional rolls with salmon, lobster, and fried bananas

Italian and Pizzeria Food at Jazzeria Restaurants (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

Jazzeria Restaurants

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Margherita and pesto pizza with hand-tossed dough joins Italian mainstays including pasta, veal, and chicken marsala

American Cuisine at Post 22 Restaurant (Up to 51% Off). Five Options Available

Post 22 Restaurant

Patterson

$76.50 $39.50

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Crispy calamari, tuna tartare, and other small plates lead into entrees such as hanger steak, lobster papardelle, and spicy braised ribs

Prix-Fixe Pizza Dinner for Two or Four, or Lunch and Take-Out at Tavern on 37 (Up to 49% Off)

Tavern on 37

Tavern on 37

$47.35 $25

Chefs handcraft pizzas, top them with ingredients such as pepperoni, sausage, and artichokes, then bake them in a brick oven

$14.75 for a Lobster-Roll Meal with Fries and a Soda at BGR The Burger Joint ($21.57 Value)

BGR The Burger Joint

Multiple Locations

$21.57 $14.75

A toasted buttery potato roll loaded with sweet bites of New England lobster meat paired with regular fries and a soda

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Jazzeria owner Matt Criscuolo Jr. has been hanging out at pizzerias since he was 6 years old. After emigrating from Italy, his father opened a pizzeria where the entire family worked, giving little Matt an up-close look at the business of turning his mom?s recipes into feasts fit for the old country. Inspired both by his family?s livelihood and his passion for jazz, Criscuolo began his own pizzeria, where he now puts his more than 30 years of pizza-slinging experience to work each day.

Inspired both by family recipes and lessons he learns on his yearly trips to Amalfi, Italy, Jazzeria?s dishes derive their flavors from authentic Italian ingredients. Hand-tossed pizza dough transforms into pies including pesto pizza or the pescatore pizza topped with a trio of baby clams, roasted garlic, and bacon. Diners can enjoy dishes named after jazz greats?such as Lady Day?s Bolognese pasta?or grab a calzone to stuff in their pockets for later. In addition to housing tasty bites of the Mediterranean, Jazzeria locations live up to their name with live jazz performances three times a week.

991 Danbury Rd.
Wilton,
CT
US

Head chef Paul Desiano remembers Sundays spent in his grandmother's kitchen as a child, helping her to prepare pasta dinners by picking vegetables from the garden and rolling meatballs by hand. Although he went on to study at The Art Institute of New York City and work in New York restaurants, he never forgot the childhood dinners that first kindled his passion for cooking. Now joined in the kitchen by his wife, Ai, Paul oversees Cello's menu, which adds modern, international influences to classic Italian dishes.

Paul and his chefs utilize freshly rolled pastas, savory meatballs, and prosciutto to evoke the flavors of seasonal Italian cuisine, but they also incorporate chorizo, torched red-snapper sashimi, and other ingredients that stray from Mediterranean traditions. In addition to its house-made limoncello, the restaurant also features crisp white wines and robust reds from vineyards on both sides of the equator and at every layer of the Earth's crust. Though the list includes wines from around the world, it emphasizes Italian varietals in particular.

103 Danbury Road
Ridgefield,
CT
US

In 1983 Nord Brue and Mike Dressell decided that it didn't matter how far Burlington, Vermont was from New York City; no distance was too great to limit their access to New York-style bagels. So they spent 2.5 years apprenticing with a professional bagel baker from the city until they mastered the technique. Once they were comfortable with their skills and had accepted that it doesn't actually hurt the bagel to bite it, they opened their first Bruegger's Bagel, a casual bakery and caf?. Today, they have more than 300 eateries across the United States and Canada, each hawking freshly baked bagels, cream cheeses, sandwiches, coffee, and desserts.

33 Crosby St
Danbury,
CT
US

Grilling within the walls of a historic firehouse, the culinary artists at Two Steps utilize an assorted palette of fresh ingredients to create an imaginative menu of American cuisine with colorful splashes of Southwestern, Caribbean, and Cajun influences. A pitcher of Coors Light ($12) quells the fires of the sweet and spicy Jamaican jerk chicken ($13.95) served with rice pilaf and fresh vegetables, while the grilled filet mignon ($18.95) provides elegance to an empty stomach like a Victorian armoire in a college dorm room. See the full menu online for more details and prices.

5 Ives St
Danbury,
CT
US

The Mad Hatter Restaurant and Tap Room piles plates with hat-themed burgers and ample entrees of bistro cuisine. The Stetson burger slathers onion rings and cheddar cheese with barbecue sauce ($8.95), whereas the Top Hat burger outfits its 6-ounce patty with layers of candied bacon, cheddar, and veggies ($8.95) before scooting up to a side of hand-cut fries. Guests can launch meals with a trebuchet in the parking lot or opt to order starters such as deep-fried cheese ravioli ($5.95). Bread and a small house salad herald the arrival of every entree, including the pan-seared market-fresh whitefish with mango salsa ($14.95) and the double-stuffed pork chops ($14.95), which stow a blend of bread crumbs, sausage, and herbs in their savory clasp.

1 Ives St
Danbury,
CT
US

RW's BBQ satiates seekers of sauce with a menu of hickory-smoked meats, homemade spice rubs, and four made-from-scratch barbecue gravies. Owner Ron Wishna pit roasts butts and briskets for more than 12 hours and chicken and ribs for more than four, producing proteins so tender they swan dive off the bone into a savory side of sauce.

537 Federal Rd
Brookfield,
CT
US