Restaurants in East Grand Rapids


$26 for an Indian Dinner for Two at Curry Kitchen (Up to $41.98 Value). Groupon Reservation Required.

Curry Kitchen Grand Rapids

Curry Kitchen

Restaurant’s menu reflects the diversity of the Indian subcontinent, featuring dishes from the northern and southern regions of India

$41.98 $26

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$12 for $20 Worth of Mediterranean Cuisine at Le Kabob

Le Kabob

Le Kabob

Tender lamb chops, succulent shrimp kebabs, and grape leaves rolled into pitas with chopped salad and hummus

$20 $12

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$30 for $60 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Noto's Old World Italian Dining

Noto's Old World Italian Dining

Noto's Old World Italian Dining

Housemade meatballs, italian sausage, and mozzarella create a menu of rustic cuisine that pairs with wines from an award-winning list

$60 $30

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Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Hideout Brewing Company (Up to 46% Off)

Hideout Brewing Company

Grand Rapids

Samples showcase 25 draft beers made at the in-house brewery, paired with take-home howler or pint glasses and pints of beer, mead, or wine

$36 $20

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Fried Seafood and Chicken at Fat Man's Fish Fry (42% Off)

Fat Man's Fish Fry

Fat Mans Fish Fry

Scallops, crab cakes, alligator, and other proteins sizzle separately in dedicated fryers for un-muddled flavor

$12 $7

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$6 for $10 Worth of American Food at Fat Boy Burgers

Fat Boy Burgers

Fat Boy Burgers

Classic American fare such as freshly ground burgers, corned beef hash with eggs, chili-cheese dogs, and old-fashioned milk shakes

$10 $6

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$20 for $40 toward Drinks, Appetizers, Entrees, and More at The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club

The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club

The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club

Upscale dishes such as pesto-crusted salmon & slow-roasted pork chops pair with wine, accentuating romantic nights out

$40 $20

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$28 for Two $20 Gift Certificates at Kitchen 67 ($40 Value)

Kitchen 67

Northeast Grand Rapids Knapps Corner

Michigan-fare menu includes Burgers, wings, sizzling steak, shareables, and handheld dishes ; innovations include iPads docked at booths

$40 $28

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pub Cuisine and Drinks at Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Specialty pizzas, paninis, and Mexican specialties pair with pints of craft beer amid the glimmer of HD screens in a newly renovated space

$20 $12

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Sushi and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Sushi Kuni (Up to 40% Off).

Sushi Kuni

Shogun Japanese Restaurant

Japanese and Korean flavors shine through in whole-grain, organic, gluten-free, and vegetarian dishes

$30 $18

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$30 for $25 Gift Voucher to Fajita Republic Cantina and $25 Gift Voucher to Waterworks Car Wash ($50 Value)

Fajita Republic Cantina and Waterworks Car Wash

Multiple Locations

Tequila-lime chicken and carne asada fajitas stuffed in tortillas; adjacent car wash provides interior and exterior cleaning and detailing

$50 $30

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Find delicious sandwiches at other American favorites at Twisted Rooster. If slimming down is on the agenda, note that the food here is anything but low in fat. Twisted Rooster is a good restaurant to dine with a small or large group. No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Twisted Rooster is ultra casual. The restaurant also offers catering if you want to bring the flavors of Twisted Rooster to your next party or event. Twisted Rooster is conveniently close to a parking lot. Dining at Twisted Rooster will set you back about $30 per person on average.
1600 E Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
General Manager Yace Hang and the chefs at Rak Thai prepare authentic Thai fare for lunch and dinner, enlivening palates with five levels of spice scaled from mild to Bankai hot. Fresh veggies, fruits, and succulent sauces populate the eatery?s fusion dishes, which exhibit an unrelenting willingness to shake hands with neighboring plates and a penchant for juggling the tapioca balls at the bottom of delectable bubble teas. Rak Thai's clean, modern dining room streamlines dining aesthetics with burnished wooden tables and minimalist accents, vibrant lime-green walls, and a potted bamboo sentry to prevent noodles escapes.
6719 Division Ave. S
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
Voted Best Chef by the readers of Grand Rapids Magazine, Eric Chaitin, executive chef of all three restaurants, oversees an edible empire emphasizing creativity and customer service. Take your taste buds on a dream date to The Grille and ponder its sophisticated menu, which entices eaters with wood-fired pizzas, hearty pastas, and meaty marvels such as a Wagyu New York strip ($18.95). Rush Creek Bistro's menu slays cravings with an eclectic assortment of sandwiches and rib-sticking entrees, while the menu at FireRock Grille includes shrimp ($9.95) and steak ($15.95) that can be cooked on a 500-degree FireRock like those used by Stone Age tailgaters before the first Super Bowl. Each menu changes seasonally, accentuating locally grown, seasonal produce and fresh meats. All three locations feature scenic country-club views, outdoor dining, and bar areas for debating with strangers over which of the Founding Fathers had the nicest singing voice.
5500 Cascade Rd SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
At Seoul Garden, seasoned chefs roll, sear, and sauté a diverse fusion of pan-Asian and Korean cuisine including seafood entrees and beef and pork platters. Diners can peruse the expansive menu and opt to festoon tables or makeshift bibs in the nautical duds of a Mongolian combination, which unveils fresh cuts of flank steak alongside succulent hunks of shrimp ($14.99). A stone bi bim bop ($15.89) challenges excavators to tunnel into a heated stone bowl, where juicy bits of beef, egg, and vegetables are kept loose for competitive dashes to tummy finish lines. Culinary decorators adorn plates with a colorful stir-fried arrangement of beef and fishcake in the Jap Chae ($15.89), while a platter of pan-fried string beans ($12.89) link together to satisfy veggie cravings or form new shoelaces for hobnail boots made from okra.
3321 28th St SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
For more than four decades, Mr. Burger has sated carnivorous cravings with a menu of juicy burgers and other toothsome classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A patron's day can begin at any hour with the breakfast combo of pancakes, toast, an alarm clock, any-style eggs, and sizzling bacon or sausage links ($3.90). For sturdier eats, dig into a double meat ($2.80–$5.05) or a Mr. Triple burger ($4.50–$6.75)—both made quadruply delicious when paired with one of the succulent sides, such as french fries, onion rings, and coleslaw—or plunge incisors into a chicken pita ($3.99–$6.24), gyro ($3.50–$5.75), or fried chicken sandwich ($3.85–$6.10). Postmeal fanatics can indulge their inner child or find out that they're someone else's inner child with old-fashioned desserts including fresh strawberry pies, cream pies, and creamy shakes and sundaes.
5181 Northland Dr NE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
Under the culinary captainship of executive chef Erin Jeffers and chef/owner Dan Weiskopf, Olive's Restaurant & Bar treats diners to a seasonally changing menu that emphasizes local ingredients and dynamic flavor compositions. Invoke the power of the color deities with green goddess hummus ($9), or kick off a mouthy Mardi Gras with New Orleans fried green tomatoes, crusted with cornmeal and served with Creole shrimp remoulade ($10). Disarmingly named "whimpy burgers" ($9), a trio of two-ounce sliders gives taste buds beefy bear hugs with a combination of bacon, blue-cheese aioli, and onion jam, while pan-seared skate ($18) does a perfectly palatable triple axel on the tongue. A truncated lunch menu does away with the entrees but adds an enticing selection of sandwiches to meet daytime appetite demands.
2162 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US
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