Food & Drink in Granite City

Pub Food or 3-Hour All-Inclusive Party at Big Daddy's Soulard and Landing (Up to 57% Off)

Big Daddy's Soulard and Landing

Multiple Locations

$35 $17

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Throw a bash or pub crawl with up to $300 worth of all-you-can-drink libations and appetizers; enjoy classic pub eats at two locations

Pub Food and Drinks or Carry-Out at Pepper's Bar and Grill (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Pepper's Bar and Grill

Bevo

$20 $11

Sports flicker on 27 HDTVs as patrons dig into a menu of sandwiches and snacks

Cajun Bistro Cuisine for Two or Four at Evangeline's Bistro and Music House (50% Off)

Evangeline's Bistro and Music House

Central West End

$40 $20

Elegant bistro celebrates Louisiana cooking with baked creole chicken, fried oyster po'boys, and blue crab etouffee

Burgers, Sandwiches, and Beer at Dooley's Beef N Brew House (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Dooley's Beef N Brew House

Grand Center

$20 $11

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Burgers profiled by Alive Magazine, chicken, steak, and seafood sandwiches, and beer at family-friendly sports bar with live entertainment

Gourmet Italian Cuisine at Kemoll's (44% Off). Two Options Available.

Kemoll's

Downtown St. Louis

$80 $45

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Enjoy panoramic views of the St. Louis skyline while dining on authentic gourmet Italian cuisine

$27 for $50 Worth of Japanese Hibachi Cuisine at Kobe Steak House of Japan in Maryland Heights

Kobe Steak House of Japan

Maryland Heights

$50 $27

Personal chefs at teppanyaki steak house prepare fresh meats & fish with homemade sauces before diners' eyes.

Beer Flights and Burgers for Two or Four at Anheuser-Busch Biergarten (Up to 43% Off)

Anheuser-Busch Biergarten

Saint Louis

$28 $16

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Beer lovers can sample from over 18 beers on tap paired with our 8-ounce Angus burger.

Lebanese Food at Al-Tarboush Deli (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Al-Tarboush Deli

University City

$20 $10

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Aromas of flavored tobacco set the tone for spinach pie, grape leaves, and lebanese pita wraps with marinated chicken, lamb, and falafel

$30 for $50 Worth of Italian Dinner Fare at Roberto's Trattoria

Roberto's Trattoria

Sappington

$50 $30

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Amid rustic archways & gold-stippled walls, Italian eatery pairs pastas, juicy steaks & wine-sautéed fish with more than 65 wines by bottle

One or Two Groupons, Each Good for $30 Worth of Food at Farotto’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria (47% Off)

Farotto's Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

Rock Hill

$30 $16

Nearing its 60th anniversary, this Italian restaurant serves meals built around St. Louis–style pizzas with 20-plus toppings to choose from

Upscale Italian Dinner and Drinks at John Mineo's Italian Restaurant (50% Off). Two Options Available.

John Mineo's Italian Restaurant

Saint Louis

$60 $30

Tuxedo-clad servers deliver housemade pastas, veal specialties, and fine wines inside a more than 40-year-old family-owned restaurant

$14 for a 12-In. Round Cookie Cake at Great American Cookies ($27.99 Value)

Great American Cookies

Multiple Locations

$27.99 $14

Chefs at the Entrepreneur magazine–lauded bakery craft cookie cakes from a generations-old recipe and decorate them by hand

$19.99 for One 8-Inch Ice Cream Cake at Marble Slab Creamery ($36.95 Value)

Marble Slab Creamery

Saint Louis

$36.95 $19.99

Toppings mixed into ice cream atop frozen marble slab

Deli Sandwiches or Party Trays and Boxed Lunches at The Posh Nosh Deli (50% Off). Three Options Available.

The Posh Nosh Deli

Clayton

$14 $7

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Deli sandwiches ranging from classic pastrami to a veggie Reuben topped with homemade russian dressing

Live Bands, Beer, Mug, and Pretzel at Soulard Oktoberfest, October 10, 11, or 12 (Up to 56% Off)

Soulard Oktoberfest

Soulard

$25 $13

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Revelers gather in Soulard to celebrate at one of Midwest's largest Oktoberfests, with live bands bratwurst, German pretzels, and beer

Gourmet Italian Cuisine at Giovanni's on the Hill. Choose Between Two Options

Giovanni's on The Hill

The Hill

$50 $30

Dine like a celebrity on Chef Giovanni’s authentic Italian dishes, which have earned praise from Oprah, Bill Clinton, and other celebrities

Wine or Beer with Small Plates, or Two Glasses of Wine with Almond or Olive Plate at The Vino Gallery (50% Off)

The Vino Gallery

Central West End

$20 $10

Snack on small plates or arrays of almonds or olives while sipping wine and beer by the glass

Upscale American Cuisine at Copia Restaurant and Wine Garden (Up to 40% Off). Five Options Available.

Copia Restaurant and Wine Garden

Downtown St. Louis

$75 $49

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Chef Dave Rook grounds global accents in rotisserie chicken, house-smoked trout, and barbecue ribs served in wine-country-inspired complex

Draft Beer Tasting for Two or Two Appetizers and Four Draft Beers at Kirkwood Station Brewing Co. (Up to 45% Off)

Kirkwood Station Brewing Co.

Saint Louis

$34.50 $19

Rotating selection of 11 draft beers on tap; signature brews include ales, lagers, and seasonal draft beers

Select Local Merchants

Founded in 1954 by James McLamore and David Edgerton, Burger King rapidly expanded from humble beginnings as a lone burger joint to more than 12,400 locations across 79 countries today, making it the second-largest fast-food-hamburger chain in the world. Its signature burger—the Whopper sandwich—consists of flame-broiled, quarter-pound beef patties crowned with a miniature fedora and a fully customizable array of toppings such as tomatoes, onions, and dill pickles. Focused on continual improvement, the chain recently reinvented the fries that accompany each value meal, outfitting the spud slices with a thicker cut of potato for a fluffier texture on the inside and crispier golden-brown exterior. A spread of decadent desserts including dutch apple pie and Hershey pie keeps sweet teeth from elongating into fangs, and made-to-order breakfast sandwiches clasp eggs, american cheese, and bacon, sausage, or ham between two halves of a flaky croissant to round out the speedy menu.

3406 Nameoki Rd
Granite City,
IL
US

Across nearly three-fourths of the United States, AMF Bowling Co. reverberates year-round as families, friends, and competitors send bowling balls in search of upright pins careening down slick lanes. The company first established itself as an industry leader in 1946, the same year the sport introduced automated pinspotters.

Today, more than 20 million bowlers annually make AMF their battleground for wars against pins. As the largest owner and and operator of bowling centers in the US, AMF locations offer high-tech scoring technology, a classic design, and a menu stocked with American-inspired classics such as wings, pizzas, burgers, and beer.

5050 Nameoki Rd
Granite City,
IL
US

When founders J. Kim Tucci, Joseph A. Fresta, and John P. Ferrara first opened The Pasta House Co. in 1974, they wanted to elevate pasta to an art form. “Some artists sculpt, some paint, and some sketch,” they write on the restaurant’s website. “But, at The Pasta House Co., we create authentic Italian culinary delights.” A few of the locations even have giant, exhibition kitchens so you can watch as pizzas, pastas, and entrees come to life.

Naturally, The Pasta House Co.’s menu revolves around the Italian staple from which it gets its name. There are more than 25 varieties of pasta to choose from, including linguine with chicken livers and the signature lasagna, plus weekday specials such as stuffed manicotti. Meanwhile, the mangia bene menu—which translates to “eat well” in Italian—showcases the more wholesome side of Italian eating, with dishes low in fat and calories that won’t peer pressure you to break curfew.

1701 Lambert International Blvd.
St. Louis,
MO
US

The idea that you can only get good Cajun food in Louisiana has been challenged. The chefs at J. Gumbo's craft classic creole and Cajun dishes, balancing heat and spice with skill. Homestyle gumbo begins with a deep brown roux and, like viewing The Big Easy both forward and backward, takes about four hours to complete. Crawfish ?touff?e teems with the plump shellfish while jambalaya is made creole style with shredded chicken and sausage. Chefs pile these into bowls atop a bed of rice, and diners who can't decide can opt for two or even three options in one bowl.

The eatery itself is intimate and casual. On the walls hang New Orleans?inspired art, such as a crawfish wearing a chef hat and Mardi Gras masks and beads. Diners are also welcome to scrawl their names in between the art, and they often write messages commemorating their visit or love letters to the chef written in French.

312 N 10th St
Saint Louis,
MO
US

In the 1930s in Springfield, Illinois, an innovative chef lavished two slices of texas toast with meat, french fries, and cheese sauce. An immediate hit, the savory open-faced treat—christened the horseshoe—has since galloped from diner to diner, moseying to H2 Horseshoe House with help from the restaurant’s founder, a Springfield native. Today H2 reinvents the classic sandwich with more than 10 variations, from buffalo chicken to portobello mushroom. Waiters ferry horseshoes, salads, and desserts onto a sunny patio, or to indoor tables where sports on flat-screen televisions glint off the dining room’s sleek chrome accents. H2 also invites patrons into a hookah lounge, accented with fuchsia walls and hanging lanterns, to sample plumes of peach and mojito-scented smoke, available in tobacco and tobacco-free varieties.

6100 Delmar Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

The chefs at Wild Agave Mexican Grill like to do things differently. For instance, they don't just serve Mexican cuisine, they craft Mexican fusion with an emphasis on culinary artistry. Though their menu holds the foundations of traditional Mexican fare such as tacos and burritos, they raise the bar with crab cakes, habenero-grilled shrimp, and two different cuts of steak. To put a new spin on classic roast chicken, they stuff chicken breasts with red peppers, baby spinach, and crunchy bacon bits, then drizzle the entree in mole sauce. Even their sides?such as seasonal fruit, baked sweet potatoes, and Mexican zucchini?exhibit a twist on the traditional offerings. Some things, of course, don't need to be altered, including their salt-rimmed glasses of margaritas, which pair perfectly with all the dishes.

13645 Big Bend Road
St. Louis,
MO
US