Food & Drink in Hereford

American Breakfast and Tex Mex Food at The Ranch House Cafe (45% Off). Three Options Available.

The Ranch House Cafe


$20 $11


Homestyle dishes such as hand-formed Angus-beef burgers and golden chicken-fried steak

$10 for $20 Worth of Italian Food at Johnny Carino’s

Johnny Carino's


$20 $10

Menu showcases signature dishes such as Skilletini, 16-layer lasagna, and spicy shrimp and chicken

$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Cuisine at Indian Oven

Indian Oven

Indian Oven

$10 $5

Yogurt-marinated chicken and lamb sizzle in a clay tandoor oven, and cauliflower or potato dumplings simmer in vegetarian sauces

$29 for a 12-Month Meal-Plan Subscription to Make 5 Dinners in One Hour ($72 Value)

Make 5 Dinners in One Hour

Online Deal

$72 $29

Monthly timesaving meal plans show clients how to do five days' worth of cooking in about an hour; feeds 4–6 people

Deli Sandwiches and Salads for Takeout or Delivery at Zemer's Deli (33% Off). Two Options Available.

Zemer's Deli


$15 $10

Menu offers fresh salads and creative sandwiches, include the Peaches and Brie sandwich with smoked turkey, and the Chicken Mozz panini

Mexican Dinner Cuisine at Pancho Villa Restaurant (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Pancho Villa Restaurant


$20 $11


Diners can chow down on hearty helpings of Mexican cuisine during the dinner hours

Asian Cuisine and Drinks at Uncle Chien's Chinese & Thai Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Uncle Chien's Chinese & Thai Restaurant

Tech Terrace- U.N.I.T.

$16 $8


Chinese and Thai restaurant has 15 specialty dishes including cashew chicken, beef, or shrimp

Frozen Treats at KaleidoScoops (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.


Wheelock and Monterey

$8 $4

44 flavors of creamy, hand-dipped ice cream tops cones and fills shakes in-store

Mexican and American Food at Catalina's Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Catalina's Restaurant


$14 $7


Burritos, chili rellenos, and other Tex-Mex specialties served in a dining room with colorful murals

Tex-Mex & American Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Copper Caboose Ave. Q (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Copper Caboose 56th & Ave. Q.


$20 $12

Housemade guacamole and fajitas at restaurant with big-screen TVs and free games of pool; catering eats include enchilada bar and nacho bar

$11 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Toward Italian Ice and Ice Cream at Blue Oasis ($20 Value)

Blue Oasis

Preston Smith

$5 $2.75

Smooth, dairy-free Italian ice in flavors such as blue raspberry and salted caramel served alongside ice cream, smoothies, and coffee

$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 of American Food at Premier Courtside Café ($20 Total Value)

Premier Courtside Café


$5 $3

Menu filled with American classics from cheeseburgers, subs, and corn dogs to salads and ham sandwiches

Cereal and Breakfast Food at Serios For Cereal (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Serios for Cereal

South Overton

$10 $6

Make over 50 popular cereals such as Coco Pebbles and Fruit Loops with fresh toppings and candies at lounge with WiFi and local art

$10 for $20 Worth of Seafood at Shrimp Galley

Shrimp Galley


$20 $10

Grilled or fried seafood platters with shrimp, catfish, and tilapia

Select Local Merchants

Pops Backyard BBQ slathers brisket, pulled pork, sausage, and ribs with tangy barbecue sauce. The cooks also whip up sandwiches, sides, and daily specials. The restaurant has been selected 1st in the Hereford Reader's Choice Awards six years running.

203 S 25 Mile Ave

Thai Pattaya's chefs demonstrate a mastery of myriad cooking styles with their pan-Asian dishes, from the Vietnamese soup known as pho to plates of to crispy tamarind duck. Chicken, beef, and veggies commingle within bowls of rice noodles, or with fried rice flavored with basil, lime, and other classic herbs harvested late at night from the backyards of homes in Thailand. The kitchen team also crafts fragrant curries as well as less-common specialties such as a grilled panang salmon with kaffir-lime leaves.

529 E 1st St

Helmed by owner and cake artist Mandy Williams, The Cake Company unfurls a fresh panoply of cookies, brownies, and fetching customized cakes. Peanut-butter or snickerdoodle cookies strut around plates next to their gargantuan cousins, the 12-inch or 16-inch chocolate-chip cookies. Cake-smiths set up private consultations for prospective brides and grooms, wherein couples taste their way through six samples before collaborating on the design for their perfect wedding cake. The pastry architects commemorate other special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, or finally figuring out how to ride two bikes at once with specialty cakes adorned with colorful buttercream or fondant arranged into clever designs, such as a lighthouse, a giant cupcake, or a spray-paint can.

1502 5th Ave

The savory aroma of fire-grilled steaks and fried eggs is the first thing to greet the noses of guests ambling into The Ranch House Cafe. After the initial olfactory welcome, the restaurant envelops visitors in a relaxed, home-like atmosphere bolstered by homemade meals, friendly service, and embarrassing middle school class portraits of every visitor. Chefs bustle about the kitchen transforming Angus Beef into hand-formed burgers before sending them to tables on the arms of speedy servers. Conscious of meeting the dietary needs of all its patrons, The Ranch House Cafe offers low-calorie, meatless, and kid-friendly noshes to ensure that eaters push back from their tables feeling sated.

810 23rd St

The King and I of Canyon welcomes hungry visitors to feasts of rich coconut-milk curries, tender morsels of tuna, salmon, and crab, and spicy stir-fry dishes flavored with aromatic scallions, garlic, ginger, peppers, and basil. Taking its name from the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and its less famous spinoff sitcom, the restaurant enchants visitors with an exotic, yet approachable charm, seating guests at tables decorated with fan-folded napkins and fresh blossoms, while serenading diners with live musical performances. Behind the marble-topped sushi bar, chefs hand-roll inventive maki combinations or arrange nigiri plates into colorful, edible pieces of art.

104 15th St

"Life is short. Eat dessert first." That's the sweet motto at Rock 'N Roll Soda Shoppe, a lovingly retro tribute to the bygone days of poodle skirts, sock hops, and an un-jumpsuited Elvis. The diner specializes in old-fashioned ice cream drinks and desserts, including shakes loaded with candy pieces and splits both banana-filled and banana-free. But the kitchen gladly accommodates guests who prefer to begin their meals with savory fare. Angus beef burgers arrive layered with bacon and cheese or green chilies, while Monte Cristo sandwiches are served freshly griddled and sprinkled with powdered sugar.

404 15th St