Restaurants in Fullerton

$25 for a Three-Course Dinner for Two at Fiesta Ole Mexican Restaurant (Up to $51.46 Value)

Fiesta Ole Mexican Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$51.46 $25

Diners enjoy plates of empanadas, chicken burritos, and spinach quesadillas beneath ornate paper flags, glimmering stars and colorful tiles

Rodizio Dinner for 2 or 4 with Limeade and Mousse at Rodizio Grill (40% Off)

Rodizio Grill


$83.96 $49.99


Three-foot skewers of flavorful, rotisserie-grilled meat in steakhouse modeled after a traditional Brazilian charrascuria

Pretzels or Half-Size Rivet Tray at Philly Pretzel Factory (Up to 40% Off)

Philly Pretzel Factory


$10 $6

Nearly 15 years since first opening, the pretzels are still twisted by hand onto salt or cinnamon sugar

$17 for $30 Worth of Hibachi, Sushi, and Japanese-Style Cuisine at Robata of Tokyo 

Robata of Tokyo

Downtown Allentown

$30 $17

Watch as hibachi grills fire up grilled meats and veggies; choose from traditional Japanese food including sushi, bento boxes, and tempura

Dinner at Asia Oriental Cuisine (Up to 37% Off). Two Options Available.

Asia Oriental Cuisine


$35 $22


Award-winning cuisine from China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, including authentic dishes from across China; BYOB with no corkage fees

Italian Dinner for Dine-In or Takeout at Bellissimo Ristorante (Up to 45% Off)

Bellissimo Ristorante

Allentown City Historic District

$20 $11

Italian villa-esque restaurant serves steak, seafood, and fresh pasta dishes, such as lobster ravoli, gnocchi, and sorrentino

Select Local Merchants

Cuisine Type: Specialty hot dogs and super-stacked nachos

Established: 2010

Reservations: Optional

Handicap Accessible: No

Number of Tables: 5?10

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Muffin-sized designer cupcakes

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: BYOB

Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Pro Tip: Each hotdog is a full meal on a bun?and it comes with a heaping order of freshly cut fries?so your should definitely come hungry.

Q&A with the Manager

Has your business won any awards?

We won the Morning Call's Reader's Choice Award for Best Dessert in 2011 and 2012. We were also featured on the Food Network's "Cupcake Wars," and we made cupcakes for Snooki from Jersey shore for her birthday.

Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?

Slovak soul food.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

Our menu is a carbohydrate-lover's heaven. From BBQ-saut?ed hot dogs to mac-and-cheese layered hot dogs, it's a whole new hot dog-eating experience.

333 Front St.

Louie’s Restaurant has been an Allentown family favorite since 1958, when Sue and Gino Belletieri–parents of Louie and his two brothers–first opened the restaurant that grew to become the Louie’s of today. Their trademark sauces, such as the marinara with its robust flavors and garlic kick, are made with original recipes and are sold at area supermarkets. At lunch and dinner, families feast on signature Italian dishes at Louie’s checkered tables, where time-tested recipes continue to impress decades later. In addition to playing sports games on flat-screen TVs, Louie’s also hosts musicians on Friday evenings, providing entertainment aside from the pasta, glorious pasta, twirled around forks.

2071 31st Street Southwest

The married couple behind Asia Oriental Cuisine, Alex and May Zhong, thought they retired from the restaurant business until a vacation across Asia reignited their passion for the continent's diverse cuisines. The Zhongs decided to bring a taste of Thailand, China, Japan, and Vietnam to Lehigh Valley, opening up a Asian eatery of their own in a converted house in Allentown.

Because the Zhongs want to cultivate the atmosphere of a friendly dinner party, visitors are welcome to uncork any beverages brought from home after May happily shows them to their seats. In the kitchen, Alex whips up colorful dishes of peking duck with homemade steamed rolls, Hong Kong?style roast pork, or Indonesian tempeh. Over the years, Alex's recipes have received many honors, including five Reader's Choice Awards from The Morning Call, a Decadent Dish Award in Lehigh Valley Style magazine, a spot on the Chinese Restaurant Foundation's Top 100 Overall Excellence list, and the Guinness world record for most accurate fortune cookies.

1102 E Susquehanna St.

It sounds strange, but Dan DiZio found the perfect pretzel machine hiding in a nondescript Florida garage. Once he saw it, he knew what he had to do. With help from his friend Len Lehman, DiZio hauled the equipment back to his native Philadelphia?where as a child he once sold homemade pretzels to his neighbors. He soon opened the original Philly Pretzel Factory. Today, nearly 15 years since first opening, Philly Pretzel Factory whips up fresh batches of secret-ingredient dough across 100 locations in eight states. The pretzels are twisted by hand into salted or cinnamon-sugar pretzels and pair with the shop's signature brand of mustard, or sweet blends of chocolate and butter-cream. The menu also tucks hot dogs and spicy sausages into pretzel rolls, and dusts salt on "rivets," or soft pretzel bites, which can top party trays or bind the masts of gravy boats.

1302 Hanover Ave

With nods from USA Today, CBS News, and The Washington Post, Rodizio Grill, founded by S?o Paolo?born Ivan Utrerahas, made a name for itself as an authentic Brazilian charrascuria?a South American?style rotisserie. Cooks slow-roast and skewer select cuts of beef, pork, poultry, and lamb, as well as seafood selections and grilled pineapple. They also offer a gourmet salad bar that encourages diners to pair marinated pork loin or Brazilian sausage with fresh, leafy greens and farm-fresh croutons plucked right off the tree. All the while, gauchos?also known as Brazilian cowboys?bustle about the restaurant bringing unlimited slices of tender meat directly to tables.

2805 Lehigh St.

At The Grid Code, an 11,000-square-foot arena lays the field for bouts of recreational trigger pulling. The indoor NERF arena shelters players from the elements as they duck behind tires, wooden structures, and poles to elevate these Hasbro instruments, which expel soft foam ammo, to a truly competitive degree. The Grid Code rents out all necessary safety gear, masks, and supernatural force fields, and can organize spaces to accommodate parties and corporate teambuilding.

1801 Union Blvd