Restaurants in Jacinto City

$15.50 for $22 Worth of Malaysian Cuisine at Banana Leaf

Banana Leaf

Multiple Locations

$22 $15.50

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Cooks make roti canai in a semi-open kitchen beneath a thatched roof, as well as craft more than 250 authentic Malaysian dishes

American Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Houston Sports Hub (Up to 50% Off)

Houston Sports Hub

Houston

$20 $11

Burgers, hot dogs, nachos, and wings; cocktails include the Cotton Carry with orange-flavored vodka, fresh lemon sour mix, and cotton candy

Ethiopian Cuisine for Dine-In or Take-Out at Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Lucy Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge

Sharpstown

$20 $12

This restaurant's name celebrates mankind's roots in East Africa, while the menu boasts meat and veggies mopped up with enjera bread

Two or Four Starters, Sliders, or Shared Plates at J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge (44% Off)

J. Black's Feel Good Kitchen & Lounge

Houston

$27 $15

Eatery dishes out starters such as pigs in a blanket and wings; sliders with beef or pulled pork; or plates of crab cakes and steak frites

Sunday Jazz Brunch for Two, Four, or Six at Red Cat Jazz Cafe (40% Off)

Red Cat Jazz Cafe

Downtown

$40 $28

Chefs make hot entrees at a buffet-style brunch, as guests listen to live jazz

Italian Food for Lunch, Takeout, Delivery, or Late-Night Dinner at Birraporetti's (Up to 58% Off)

Birraporetti's

Downtown

$20 $10

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Traditional Italian entrees such as chicken piccata with veal cannelloni and stone-oven-baked pizzas served in a pub-style atmosphere

Colombian Fare at Mi Pueblito Restaurant (Up to Half Off). Five Options Available.

Mi Pueblito

Woodlake - Briar Meadow

$30 $16

(103)

Ajiaco, bandeja paisa, steaks, corn arepas, & seafood dishes pair with cocktails & creamy coffee amid walls of Colombian memorabilia

$15 for Two Bowls of Gumbo and Two Soft Drinks at BB's Cafe ($21.30 Value)

BB's Cafe

Multiple Locations

$21.30 $15

(239)

Duos feast on shrimp or chicken-and-sausage gumbo with soft drinks

$10 for $20 Worth of Peruvian Food at The Lemon Tree Restaurant

The Lemon Tree Restaurant

Briarforest

$20 $10

(37)

Ceviche, seafood paella, sliced beef over rice and beans, and other Peruvian specialties

$10 for $18 Worth of Cajun Food — PURFEKCATCH

Purfekcatch

Greater Heights

$18 $10

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$7 for $15 Worth of Mongolian Stir-Fry Dinner for Two at Kublai Khan Crazy Mongolian Stir Fry

Kublai Khan Crazy Mongolian Stir Fry

Fairbanks - Northwest Crossing

$15 $7

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Restaurant revives ancient traditions with stir-fry creations cooked atop a mongolian grill, along with roti and noodles

Thai Cuisine at Nara Thai Dining Express (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Nara Thai Dining Express

Midtown

$10 $6

Signature dishes include beef musamun curry, deep-fried red snapper, and seafood flambé infused with coconut milk

$16 for $30 Worth of Fine American and Italian Cuisine at Clementines Restaurant

Clementines Restaurant

Houston

$30 $16

Beef lasagna and grilled catfish fillet mingle with housemade meatloaf, chicken-fried steak, veal milanese, tenderloin, and seafood

$15 for $25 Worth of Cajun Cuisine for Two or More at the Cajun Stop

The Cajun Stop

Downtown

$25 $15

Po’boys play a starring role in this Cajun oasis operated by a displaced New Orleans native

$8 for $14 Worth of Carribean Food — Hylton's Caribbean Kitchen

Hylton's Caribbean Kitchen

Houston

$14 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Vietnamese Cuisine at Pho Hoang Vietnamese Restaurant (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Pho Hoang Restaurant

Clear Lake

$30 $18

Vietnamese-style dishes include pork spring rolls, rice noodle soups, and fried fish and seafood platters

$15 for $30 Worth of Healthy, Prepared Meals from Eatfitters

Eatfitters

Neartown/ Montrose

$30 $15

Individually packaged and nutritionally balanced, healthy, flavorful meals contain no processed ingredients and are low in sodium

Live Jazz Brunch for Two or Four at Grooves of Houston (Up to 51% Off)

Grooves of Houston

Houston

$49.90 $26

Live jazz soundtracks a brunch that includes creme brulee french toast, barbecue brisket, an omelet station, and banana pudding

$15 for $30 Toward Healthy Prepared Meals from Eatfitters

Eatfitters

Vintage Park

$30 $15

Nutritionists work with a culinary team to create healthy, prepared meals that help clients stay the course of healthy lifestyles

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G3 Great Greek Grill's three owners, who came together over their love of Greek food, opened the first of their five Houston–area eateries to bring traditional Greek dishes to fast, casual diners. Unlike most Greek restaurants, where the eats come out of the kitchen in a set way, G3 offers patrons a choice between building their own gyros, gliders, or pita sandwiches and devouring classic Mediterranean morsels. G3's chefs also make each generously portioned dish quickly to get patrons in and out the door and on with their lives. In addition to slinging custom falafel to dining-in customers, the grill delivers vittles to houses and caters parties and Greek gods' rap battles.

3419 Kirby Dr
Houston,
TX
US

Topped with salmon, two kinds of tuna, eel, and red snapper, the Harry Roll is an elaborate creation named for Sasu Sushi's owner. Drizzled in each one of the house sauces and sprinkled with chili pepper, this roll lets the chefs demonstrate their sushi-rolling prowess in a way a simple california roll can't. But that’s not to say that the basic rolls here aren’t crafted with as much care as they are packed with fresh ingredients. In fact, diners can watch the chefs in action from a seat at the cozy restaurant's sushi bar. Guests can also tuck into other Japanese staples, including tempura, noodle, and fried rice dishes before chasing the whole thing with sake bombs.

5854 New Territory Blvd
Sugar Land,
TX
US

A family affair. A labor of love. Both of these phrases could describe Harlon's Bar-B-Que. In 1977, high school sweethearts Harlon and Alfreddie Brooks opened their barbecue first outpost. Today, they oversee more 24 locations strewn across Texas and Las Vegas. The whole family's friendliness and charm permeate the menu of traditional barbecue favorites. It was that charm that earned their daughter Candace a spot on Anderson Live, where she showed the eager host how good brisket and turkey taste atop a baked potato, rather than an old boot.

6930 Martin Luther King Blvd
Houston,
TX
US

Beams of wood nailed together at odd angles comprise the towering, abstract wall that's the visual centerpiece of Les Givral's Kahve. But interesting decor isn't the only reason to visit: in 2010, Houston Press declared the Vietnamese eatery the city's best place to get a cheap sandwich. They were referring to bahn mi, which chefs fill with proteins such as shredded chicken, roast pork, or tofu. They also simmer rich broth for pho laden with round-eye steak, slices of jalapeño, and cilantro sprigs and fill spring rolls with succulent shrimp. On weeknights, the kitchen stays open until midnight, at which point it turns back into a pumpkin.

4601 Washington Ave
Houston,
TX
US

Inside Original Napoli Italian Restaurant by Papa Zack's bustling kitchen, a team of talented chefs craft house-made pasta before dousing noodles in meat, marinara, alfredo, and clam sauces. This kitchen architects the eatery's "what," but the staff's "how" involves constant, family-friendly friendliness. The culinary experts give chicken the royal treatment, dressing it up in a variety of dishes, including marsala, piccata, parmigiana, and rollatini. Sandwiches and pizza in two crusts round out the Italian-centric menu. The catering leg of the business feeds multicourse meals for at least 10 people or 5 people saving half their meal for their fallout shelter.

5266 Beechnut St.
Houston,
TX
US

Southern Italian dishes adorn white linen tablecloths inside both locations of Little Napoli Italian Cuisine. Chefs plate casual classics such as baked ziti and calzones as well as more elaborate entrees such as linguine pescatore, loaded with shrimp, calamari, clams, and mussels. The downtown location heats up its griddles for breakfast on weekday mornings, and the Westheimer location dishes out brunch fare such as omelets, waffles, and Napoli pasta on Saturdays and Sundays. Also on Westheimer Road, Friday nights entertain patrons with karaoke, and both locations host a VIP private-dining section that can seat up to 40 people or one very hungry velociraptor.

1001 Texas St
Houston,
TX
US