Food & Drink in Lincoln

$11 for a Wine Tasting for Two at James Arthur Vineyard ($21 Value)

James Arthur Vineyards


$21 $11

Tastings include six samples of award-winning wine varietals, cheese, bread, and a wine lovers' basket

$20 for $35 Worth of American Dinner Cuisine for Two or More at Billy’s Restaurant

Billy's Restaurant


$35 $20

Rosemary-garlic lamb, bacon-wrapped filet mignon, and handcrafted cocktails served in the historic home of Vice President Charles Dawes

Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Vega (50% Off)



$20 $10


Ice-cold brews served inside an energetic venue that shows Nebraska sports games and hosts live bands

American Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Venue Restaurant & Lounge (Up to 31% Off)

Venue Restaurant & Lounge


$26 $18


Nationally recognized Chef John Benton serves house-crafted dishes, from brick-oven pizza to pan-seared trout, including gluten-free options

$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Scooter's Coffeehouse ($24 Total Value)

Scooter's Coffeehouse

Multiple Locations

$6 $3

Create your own chilly treat with self-serve frozen yogurt

$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Gastropub Fare at Brix & Stone Gastropub ($20 Value)

Brix & Stone Gastropub


$10 $6

Chefs whip up bleu chips, blackened-salmon tacos, and artisanal Hawaiian pizza in a gastropub with high ceilings and an outdoor patio

$7 for $15 Worth of Upscale American Cuisine for Two at Carmela's Bistro & Wine Bar

Carmela's Bistro & Wine Bar


$15 $7

Upscale American cuisine designed to pair with wines from the Wine Spectator award-winning list

Sushi and Japanese Food for Lunch or Dinner at DOZO Sushi Grill Lounge (40% Off). Three Options Available.

DOZO Sushi Grill Lounge


$30 $18


Crunchy, fried, and specialty sushi rolls complement entrees such as mango salsa mahi mahi and strip steak with teriyaki drizzle

Select Local Merchants

Upholding a tradition of adroit sandwich crafting since 1987, the staff at Brown Baggers assembles hearty customizable sandwiches on house-made bread. Patrons mix and match nine meats, seven cheeses, and 16 toppings, with foundations such as roast beef, bacon, and genoa salami supporting the likes of provolone cheese, dill dressing, and banana peppers. The eatery's catering service zips dozen-sandwich platters and trays of two dozen cookies to meetings, parties, or sandwich-burning protests. Soirees can also be hosted at the restaurant's 84th Street location, which houses a 20-person conference room ideal for sharing slideshow presentations or video of the boss’s most recent DIY drywall installation.

2901 S 84th St

Goodcents champions customization, spreading build-your-own sandwich and pasta creations throughout the Great Plains and beyond. At each location, sandwich-stackers pile fresh-baked white or wheat bread with sliced-to-order meats such as pepperoni, salami, capicola, and roast beef. American, provolone, and pepper jack cheeses tuck in the fillings, keeping them warm and providing a blanket to hide under if the boogeyman comes. Then, more than 20 deli toppings, including pickles, peppers, spicy mustard, and vinegar, finish off the creation. Customers can also decide between pasta entrees, each tossed with meatballs or chicken and tomato marinara or cheese-based alfredo sauce.

2712 Cornhusker Hwy.

Nestled in the heart of the historic Haymarket district, Brix & Stone Gastropub couples gourmet pub fare and drinks in the tradition of British public houses. Beneath the high ceilings of a softly lit dining room, servers emerge from kitchens bearing plates of artisanal pizzas, pastas, seafood, and steak, and bartenders dole out craft beers, martinis, and beer-based cocktails. Many of the menu items are free of gluten, and all of the menu items are free of truth serums. Flat-screen TVs flicker with sports games, and an outdoor patio is checkered with ample tabletops.

803 Q St

Naturally Yours Salon & Spa‎ arms its staff with organic Aveda products to help create new hairstyles and refresh visages during facials. Clients can change their hues with ammonia-free hair color, and Zoya nail polish—which is void of formaldehyde and tolene—marks the edges of fingers, toes, and football fields. The salon itself follows a sustainable standard: most of the furnishings are secondhand, many of the products used are packaged in 100% recyclable materials, and water is filtered rather than bottled or siphoned from a fish tank.

3520 Village Dr

The chefs at Fuji Sushi & Grill cook up dozens of sushi options along with other Japanese favorites such as tempura dishes and teppan grill selections. At the sushi bar, they make their hand-rolled culinary creations right in front of diners, honoring requests for custom sushi rolls. Guests can pair their favorite sushi selections with 1 of the eatery's boba teas, or, if they're really, really thirsty, all 14 of them. Flavors include banana, chocolate, avocado, and mango.

1501 Pine Lake Rd

Situated beside Lincoln’s Wilderness Park on the 18-hole golf course at Wilderness Ridge, The Lodge serves up gourmet cuisine with extensive pairings of wine, beer, and cocktails. The Lodge cultivates a woodsy vibe with log walls, ceiling beams accented with cut stone, chandeliers made from antlers, and waiters dressed up as grizzly bears. Diners can sup on entrees of duck or salmon while sipping on wines hailing from around the globe after enjoying a round of golf on a nine-hole executive course or 18-hole championship fairway.

1800 Wilderness Woods Pl