Restaurants in Little Rock

Italian Food for Lunch, Dinner, or Takeout at Ciao Italian Restaurant (Up to 40% Off)

Ciao Italian Restaurant

Downtown

Chef Tony crafts chunky, sugar-free marinara and sears premium Omaha beef at an eatery with cannoli imported from New York’s Little Italy

$20 $12

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$15 for Three $10 Groupons Good For Sandwiches, Wraps, and Coffee at Sufficient Grounds Cafe

Sufficient Grounds Cafe

Downtown

Baristas concoct cappuccinos, americanos, and tea brews alongside hot sandwiches, wraps, and breakfast eats in a café with free WiFi

$10 $5

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Southern-Style Seafood and Barbecue at Catfish City & BBQ Grill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Catfish City & BBQ Grill

Oak Forest

Cooks pair shrimp and catfish with slow-smoked pork or brisket and homestyle sides

$20 $10

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$12 for Two $10 Groupons for Burgers and Drinks for Two or More at Mooyah ($20 Total Value)

Mooyah

Cantrell

Lean-beef, turkey, or veggie patties with cheeses and zesty toppings, such as barbecue sauce and jalapeños, pair with fresh-cut fries

$10 $6

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Italian Food at Bruno's Italian Bistro (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Bruno's Italian Bistro

Walnut Valley

Zesty sauces and proteins like sausage, shrimp, and meatballs top traditional pasta dishes; pizza and stromboli make for a cheesy meal

$14 $8

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Italian and Comfort Food for Two or Four, or Take-Out at Legacy Bistro & Bar (Up to 50% Off)

Legacy Bistro & Bar

Little Rock

Hearty Italian and Southern dishes, such as cheesy lasagna or chicken-fried steak, in a casual setting that also hosts live music

$14 $8

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$16 for $30 Worth of Japanese Dinner for Two or More at Samurai Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Samurai Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

John Barrow

Hibachi chefs grill steaks to pair with sushi rolls in an eatery with a stylish design motif of lacquered wood and paper wall screens

$30 $16

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$13 for $20 Worth of Turkish and Mediterranean Food at Istanbul Mediterranean Restaurant

Istanbul Mediterranean

River Mountain

Spices imported from Turkey enliven Mediterranean shish kebabs, slow-roasted beef-and-lamb doner platters, and falafel sandwiches

$20 $13

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The chefs at Sekisui Sushi Bar & Steakhouse pick and choose influences from Japanese culinary culture. Teriyaki sauces, sweet plum, and emerald curlicues of seafood bedeck the dishes, which include sushi and hibachi-grilled meats. The earthiness of miso, traditionally made by fermenting soy, rice, or barley, drifts from bowls of soup along the sushi bar. At the hibachi grill tables, chattering blades flip scallops, lobster, filet mignon, and veggies inside a veil of steam. American influences are still present in wontons with buffalo sauce, burgers, and chopsticks modeled after Bruce Springsteen’s dainty fingers.

219 N Shackleford Rd.
Little Rock,
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At D'Carlo Ristorante & Pizzeria, a dusting of parmesan romano cheese and sprigs of parsley adorn each plate, which chefs pile high with pastas and other classic, made-to-order Italian recipes. Mostaccioli with housemade meatballs and chicken parmigiana fill the menu alongside the kitchen's signature dish, Mafalde—or "For the King"—which layers wide-noodle pasta with five cheeses, italian sausage, and meatballs atop keys to a new bounce castle. Dinner entrees include side salads and slices of housemade bread.

12325 Stagecoach Road
Little Rock,
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Sonny Williams’ Steak Room slings savory steaks, cut from aged Angus beef, and fresh seafood in a classy but comfortable environment. Stomach-surf through the seasonally changing menu to find a steak slab that tempts your taste buds, whether it be the 12 oz. fillet ($44.95), the bone-in cowboy rib eye ($45.95), or the New York strip ($44.95). Steaks are primarily cooked medium, medium rare, and 12-leaf-clover rare, and each is paired with the chef’s choice of veggies plus your choice of potato or wild rice with walnuts. Those boycotting beef for personal never-to-be- revealed reasons can nosh on Sonny’s cioppino ($34.95), a mixture of shrimp, clams, scallops, mussels, and fresh fish in a piquant champagne-tomato broth. To finish off the last modicum of hunger, Sonny’s serves a decadent dark-chocolate crème brûlée ($6.50) and Frangelico and vanilla-bean cheesecake ($6.75).

500 W Markham St
Little Rock,
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Combining professional players and proficient chefs, Murry's Dinner Playhouse has been a premier venue to witness edible dramatics for more than 40 years. Theater-going tongues can resolve hungry soliloquies in style with the buffet, which pairs proteins including chicken and freshly carved roast beef with an assortment of vegetable and dessert options. The dinner buffet also includes one nonalcoholic beverage. While dining, feast your eyes on Room Service, a classic American farce that brings the madcap energy of Golden Age Broadway to the halls and corridors of the White Way Hotel. During the show, audiences can root for the scheming protagonist while marveling at the immobile accuracy of the set's trained furniture impersonators.

6323 Colonel Glenn Rd
Little Rock,
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Quality cuts of meat and freshly prepared seafood fill the pages of SBiP's upscale dinner menu. Kick off feasts with a carpaccio appetizer ($10), which beckons eaters with beef tenderloin and capers topped in a cap of horseradish cream and blue-cheese crumbles mined from deep inside the Earth's dairy core. In the kitchen, chefs roast semi-boneless duck ($17) and fresh salmon on a cedar plank ($17), and pound chicken cutlets, sauté the tender morsels until golden brown, and then drizzle them in lemon-caper beurre blanc for a flavorful piccata ($18). Each entree arrives at tables alongside an entourage of vegetables as well as a choice of potatoes or rice, which guests can devour amid exposed-brick walls and the sounds of live, local jazz and blues music on Fridays and Saturdays, or their stomachs' harmonized growls every night of the week.

700 East 9th Street
Little Rock,
AR
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Tropical Smoothie Café cools down overheated inner-beings with its all-natural smoothies—forged from real fruit and bursting at sippable seams with energy. Plunge into a 24-ounce low-fat fruit smoothie ($3.99), sweetened with your choice of turbinado sugar or Splenda. Flavors include the strawberry, banana, and pineapple blend of Paradise Point, the blueberry, strawberry, and banana oasis of Blue Lagoon, and the delicious dawnbreak of Sunny Day, which is packed with mango, banana, orange, and kiwi. If teeth start to grumble about having nothing to do, guests can chomp a satisfyingly solid slab of sustenance with one of Tropical Smoothie Café's sandwiches, wraps, or salads. Tear into a bistro sandwich ($6.29) such as the turkey guacamole, or gnaw on a grilled flatbread ($3.99) such as the Caribbean Luau, which is bedecked in chicken, mozzarella, pineapple, romaine, and jamaican jerk sauce. Make amends with mouths for last summer's exhausting gum-chewing marathon with the Paradise Combo ($9.99)—which throws down the gauntlet of appetizing with a smoothie of your choice and any toasted wrap, bistro sandwich, or gourmet salad plus chips or fruit. Menus and prices may vary slightly at different locations.

11900 Kanis Rd
Little Rock,
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