Restaurants in Granite City

Jamaican Dinner or Lunch at De Palm Tree Restaurant (Up to 52% Off)

De Palm Tree Restaurant

University City

$30 $16

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Akee and saltfish, curry goat, and oxtail stew represent Jamaican delicacies alongside beef patties, jerk chicken, and plantains

Local American Food at Water Street (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Water Street

Maplewood

$50 $25

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Local ingredients fill chicken pot pie and top flatbreads of the day; drinks poured in vintage barware

$20 for $30 Worth of Greek Cuisine at Momos Ouzaria Taverna

Momos Ouzaria Taverna

University City

$30 $20

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Greek small plates, known as mezes, including kebabs and gyros

All-Day Breakfast, Burgers, and Booze at Tiffany's Original Diner (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Tiffany's Original Diner

Saint Louis

$10 $5.50

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'60s-era diner channels classic Americana with vintage decor, breakfast served day and night, and a jukebox stuffed with old-school tunes

$20 for $30 Worth of Mediterranean Food at Joyia

Joyia

Forest Park Southeast

$30 $20

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Mediterranean kabobs, pizzas, pasta, and small plates at restaurant with live belly-dancing performances

Pizzeria Cuisine at West Port Pizza Co. (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

West Port Pizza Co.

Saint Louis

$30 $15

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Eatery dishes out pizzas in styles such as New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, as well as sandwiches, salads, wings, and toasted ravioli

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

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.

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

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

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

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

$30 or $60 Worth of Food and Drinks at Trattoria Branica (50% Off)

Trattoria Branica

Frontenac

$30 $15

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Amid wall sconces and modern chandeliers, seafood and veal swim in wine sauces alongside sauce-laden pastas and juicy, thick-cut steaks

Casual Italian Cuisine at Cecil Whittaker's Pizza (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Cecil Whittaker's Pizza

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Pasta, sandwiches, and famous thin-crust pizzas, including Cecil's Deluxe, Cecil's Veggie, and Cecil's Meat Lover.

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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

Featured on the "Deli Delights" episode of the Food Network's The Best Of program, the team at Kopperman's Specialty Foods & Deli works hard to deliver a classic delicatessen experience. They serve breakfast all day as well as overnight on Fridays and Saturdays, poaching eggs for benedicts and frying potato pancakes for orders of latkes. Smoked salmon and trout top bagels with cream cheese and housemade chopped chicken liver dresses up slices of rye bread. Carnegie Deli salami, corned beef, and pastrami come in from New York City, as do cheesecakes, black forest cakes, and apple crumb pies baked in the Statue of Liberty's torch.

386 N Euclid Ave
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Led by executive chef Dylan Cunningham, the crew at Sage Urban American Grill works hard to shrink the eatery's carbon footprint by employing a number of green practices. First and foremost, they craft dishes using fresh ingredients from local harvests, including herbs plucked from the organic garden on the restaurant's outdoor dining patio. Second, the staff ensures all kitchen waste gets reused when possible, by composting food scraps, recycling recyclables, and setting aside fry oil for biofuel.

1031 Lynch St
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Chefs at Astoria Kabob House draw on authentic Slavic recipes that span multiple centuries and nationalities, crafting a menu of meaty stews, cheesy blintzes, and kebabs. Every Saturday night, a live band plays Russian music amid the restaurant's arched windows and carved wooden chairs as patrons sing along and do the Macarena, a traditional Russian dance.

12949 Olive Arcade Plz
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Pint glasses fill with fresh drafts of craft beers from Parma Grill and Tap's microbrewery while cooks prepare platters of Italian fare, such as lasagna and eggplant parmesan, inside the kitchen. A selection of specialty pizzas includes buffalo chicken with blue-cheese or ranch dipping sauce and Elizabeth's Favorite, a vegetable pizza topped with roasted eggplant and fresh tomatoes.

3000 South Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis,
MO
US

John Adam Lemp arrived in the United States in 1838, intent on seeking his new life and fortune. He established a grocery in St. Louis, but it was something else that catapulted him to success: a recipe for lager beer. The beer made his fortune, and the Lemps became one of the most wealthy, prominent families in St. Louis. As the money flowed in and the beer flowed out, Lemp decided to purchase a mansion where successive generations could rule their empire of breweries. That's exactly what they did, for a time.

Family fortunes began to turn, however, with the century. In 1901, the heir apparent to the family business died under mysterious circumstances, leading his father to take his own life in a mansion bedroom. The brewery persisted somewhat tenuously until Prohibition fell upon it like a hammer, shattering family fortunes. This led to a further spate of suicides, two of which were committed in the family mansion. The mansion's history of tragedy has led many to suppose that beneath its elegant, 100-year-old veneer are hiding dark secrets and supernatural presences.

Today, the parlor serves as a restaurant, richly appointed with original African mahogany and hand-painted ceiling murals. The rest of the house, though, is a venue for paranormal investigations and a stage for murder mystery dinner comedies. Many of the rooms even serve as guest suites for those brave enough to face ghosts dressed in Victorian-era undergarments.

3322 DeMenil Pl
Saint Louis,
MO
US