Food & Drink in Gainesville

45% Off Thai Food at Wah Ha Ha

Wah Ha Ha


$20 $11

Fried Thai specialties and savory noodle soups

Up to 50% Off Drinks and Hookah at Infinity Lounge

Infinity Lounge


$20 $11

Guests down drinks and savor hookah on comfortable couches as electronic dance music plays in the background

50% Off at Bacon's BBQ

Bacon's BBQ

La Crosse

$10 $5

Eatery dishes out barbecue cuisine such as a chicken ranch sandwich, beef brisket, award-winning ribs, and RedNeck nachos with pulled pork

$24.47 Off Dinner at Jake's Bistro

Jake's Bistro


$69.47 $45

Starters, salads, and entrees from burgers to filet mignon inside a bistro equipped with a full bar, draft beers, and big-screen TVs

Yearling Restaurant – 40% Off Southern Cuisine

The Yearling Restaurant


$20 $12

Frog legs, beef, catfish, and alligator fill traditional southern cuisine dishes; enjoy a meal while listening to a blues artist

40% Off Pub Food at Sweet Mel's

Sweet Mel's


$10 $6


Buffalo chicken wings and cheese sticks washed down by beers and well drinks within red and black bar with poetry and live music

Up to 56% Off Working Cow Homemade Frozen Treats

Working Cow Homemade


$12 $6

Ice-cream aficionados scoop out mounds of homemade ice cream, and guests nosh on salads and wraps

45% Off Sandwiches and Desserts at Old Florida Cafe

Old Florida Cafe


$20 $11


Café is known for cuban sandwiches, black beans and rice, reubens, key lime pies, and wild orange pies; also serves Blue Bell ice cream

50% Off at Debbie's Cakes at Sugar Refined Bake Shop

Debbie's Cakes at Sugar Refined Bake Shop


$8 $4

Bake shop is stocked with daily rotating treats such as donuts, whoopie pies, cream-cheese bars, and an assortment of cupcakes

Half Off Personalized M&M'S from

Online Deal

$30 $15

Create personalized M&M’S party favors and gifts for birthdays, weddings, graduations, Mother's Day, baby showers, and more

$5 Off Tex-Mex at Tijuana Flats

Tijuana Flats

On Location

$25 $20

Hormone-free chicken, pork, and steak fill burritos, tostadas, and chimichangas; vegetarian dishes made with lard-free beans

$10 for Italian Food at Big Lou's New York Style Pizzeria

Big Lou's New York Style Pizzeria


$20 $10


New York-style mediterranean and barbecue-chicken pizzas served up hot alongside meaty lasagna, calzones, and italian subs

Half Off Comedy Show at Rockeys Dueling Piano Bar

Rockeys Dueling Piano Bar


$24 $12

Nationally touring comedians transform piano bar into a sanctum of side-splitting jokes while guests sip on delicious cocktails

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Maui Teriyaki infuses ordinary bowls with extraordinary dollops of tasty proteins and veggies available in made-to-order configurations. A Power Bowl features chicken soaked in teriyaki sauce, napping on a bed of cauliflower, broccoli, bamboo shoots, and water chestnuts ($6.99; additional $0.50 for steak, pork, or tofu). Patrons can build custom bowls on a base of white rice and three vegetables and outfit them with fried, teriyaki, and crispy chicken in the triple-chicken combo ($8.99) or fill up a bowl with steak ($7.99 for medium) and get energized for a long day of filling a neighbor’s pool with Jello packets. A smattering of burgers and tasty sides such as brown rice ($0.50–$0.75) is also available. The restaurant’s sleek, Hawaiian-themed digs provides diners with a laid-back spot to enjoy a filling meal or hide from a landlord when rent is due.

3105 SW 34th St

The chefs at Sushi-2-Go's new location on the University of Florida campus wrap both classic and signature eight-piece sushi rolls to remedy hollow tummies. Guests can unseal an appetizer of pork or vegetable dumplings ($3) after requesting that they be fried, steamed, or bedazzled with rock-candy rhinestones. Chopsticks airlift the tampa roll's ($5) fried tilapia and cucumber to tongue runways, and the Flying Dragon roll ($7) drapes bites of eel over crisp cocoons of imitation crab, avocado, cucumber, and fish roe. Feel free to take a sabbatical from being a carnivore by opting for the sweet-potato roll ($5), which nestles mushrooms and avocados against fried sweet potato and a sassy supplement of spicy sauce. Fried shrimp and smoked salmon wear caps of seaweed sprinkles in the Hulk roll ($7), which transforms into a green seaweed fist and upends bottles of soy sauce if angered.

1412 W University Ave

Fresco Neighborhood Italian satisfies noodle connoisseurs with fresh ingredients combined to produce mouthwatering fare from the most gastronomically gifted of the boot-shaped nations. The lunch menu addresses midday cravings with options such as the Meateater Pizza, its bountiful mozzarella stratum capped with classic pepperoni, sausage, and meatballs, with some canadian bacon and genoa salami ($10.95) thrown in as a nod to Henry Kissinger’s successful meat diplomacy. The dinner menu sees fresh mozzarella, basil, and plum tomatoes splitting the rent on plate space while luxuriating in rich olive oil and delicate herbs in the traditional Caprese style ($9.95), and diners relax in the elegant, warmly lit dining room while on their plates a blanket of pesto cream sauce envelops a tender chicken breast nestled in tangled sheets of fettuccine, mushrooms, and aromatic sundried tomatoes ($12.95), which retain flavor far better than their towel-dried counterparts. Alternatively, fresh maritime bounty known as cioppino loads spicy tomato broth with clams, shrimp, fresh fish, mussels, and calamari for the culinary equivalent of a glass-bottom boat tour ($15.95).

3117 SW 34th St

Miya Sushi's menu avoids difficult dining decisions by assembling plates of fresh and authentic Japanese and Korean specialties. Fish fans can populate internal aquariums with takes on classic sushi, such as spicy tuna avocado ($5.75), or reel in a specialty roll such as the pineapple-garnished tuna colada ($6.50) before spearing a fiery lava roll, which oozes with spicy krab delite and fried shrimp ($11.95). A brigade of flaming rolls arrives at tables engulfed in flames, tempering fierce hunger cravings while offering a backup light source during power outages and impromptu tableside shadow puppet-offs. Miya Sushi's diverse dish selection makes it an ideal crowd pleaser, serving vegetarian options, six different salads as well both bento box and lunch specials.

3222 SW 35th Blvd

Peer up at the menu, and jump-start your morning with a breakfast pita, such as the Morning Glory ($4.99), comprised of avocado, eggs, tomatoes, grilled green peppers, onions, your choice of cheese and zesty sauces, and served with hash browns. Don't feel ashamed if your morning happens to be what other people call the afternoon, since breakfast pitas are served all day. If it's lunch or dinner that you prefer, you can stay traditional with a gyro ($5.99), or unhinge your jaw and try the Dagwood club with turkey, ham, and roast beef ($6.39), or the Chicken Crave with chicken, ham and melted American Swiss cheese ($6.39). Vegetarians can also find delicious items on the menu, such as the falafel ($5.99) or hummus ($5.49) pitas. If your nonconformist stomach refuses to be satiated by any of the menu items, build your own pita and choose from a potpourri of stuffings, including pickles, mushrooms, jalapeños, pineapple, tzatziki, barbecue sauce, ranch dressing, and wishes.

1702 W University Ave

Recently reopened, the Fyre Bar & Grill makes salivary glands smolder with a menu of tasty grilled burgers, Tex-Mex, and pasta, plus a full bar and live-music theme nights. Gobble up a plate of thick, tangy shrimp ($6.50) with spiced fries ($2.99), or try a Fyre burger ($7.50/$8.99), a massive 1/3-pound meat patty smothered with melted cheese and dijon mustard. Beat-seeking crowds bounce and spin as they soak in live acoustic, reggae, and Latin music on weekly theme nights, giving sweet-voiced washing machines a break from their regular duties. Fyre’s fiery fare and tantalizing tunes rejuvenate patrons’ food and sound canals until 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday.

203 Southwest 2nd Avenue