Food & Drink in Long Island City

$12 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Frozen Yogurt Creations at 32 Degree Froyo ($25 Value)

32 Degree Froyo

Ditmars Steinway

$5 $2.40

More than 32 flavors of frozen yogurt can be dressed up with more than 50 kinds of crushed candies, nuts, fresh fruit, and more

Mediterranean Food at Sofra Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sofra Cafe

Sunnyside

$40 $20

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Grilled meats and vegetable dishes with feta headline this menu; stand-outs include whole grilled branzini fish

Oysters or Lobster Feast for Two with Wine or Champagne at Psari (Up to 50% Off)

Psari

Astoria

$66 $39

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Bluepoint oysters on the half-shell and live Maine lobsters are served at a Greek restaurant specializing in fresh seafood

NFL Viewing Package with Food and Drinks or All-Season VIP Viewing Package at Studio Square (Up to 64% Off)

Studio Square

Astoria

$38 $19

Viewing packages let sports fans watch hard-hitting games as they chase spicy chicken wings with frosty pitchers of select beer

Standup and Drinks for Two at Laughing Devil Comedy Club (Up to 70% Off)

Laughing Devil Comedy Club

Hunters Point

$50 $15

Queens club stocks each show with three to six standups from TV, film, and the local comedy scene

Indian Meal for Two or Four with Optional Drinks at Gandhi Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

Gandhi Restaurant

Astoria

$46 $23

The menu spans India's wide range of savory specialties, from tandoori chicken and potato tikka to prawn vindaloo and lamb biryani

Beers and Two or Four Dozen Oysters or Clams at Murphy's Lobster Grill (Up to 45% Off)

Murphy's Lobster Grill

Sunnyside

$83 $47

This seafood-focused pub serves steamed whole lobster, seafood pot pies, and a raw bar featuring oysters and littleneck clams

Indian Dinner for Two with Appetizer and Desserts at Namaste (Up to 63% Off)

Namaste

Astoria

$66.75 $25

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Tandoors bake skewers of chicken and shrimp; curries add spice to authentic dishes

Upscale Steakhouse Cuisine at S Prime Steakhouse (Up to 50% Off)

S Prime Steakhouse

Astoria

$100 $50

Executive chef Joel Reiss prepares cuts of sirloin, porterhouse, and filet mignon that are dry-aged on premises in a custom-made meat locker

$16 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Tex-Mex Food at Moe's Southwest Grill ($30 Total Value)

Moe's Southwest Grill Astoria

Astoria

$15 $8

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Tex-Mex favorites freshly prepared with high-quality ingredients, including gluten-free and vegetarian options

Pizza Dinners for Two or Four at Rocco's Brick Oven Pizzeria (Up to 61% Off)

Rocco's Brickoven Pizzeria

Jackson Heights

$68 $29

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Enjoy dinner cuisine such as veal and peppers, piccata, baked ziti, and prosciutto di parma pizza

$10 for Two Desserts and Two Small Drinks at Kulu Desserts (Up to $21 Value)

Kulu Desserts-Flushing

Flushing

$21 $10

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Asian fusion desserts paired with hot or cold drinks such as mocha earl grey tea, milkshakes, and bubble tea

Moroccan Food, Drinks, and Hookah at Jarfi's Restaurant & Bar (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Jarfi's Restaurant & Bar

Astoria

$26 $14

Moroccan eatery provides drinks, hookah, live entertainment, and food with options like chicken kebabs, hummus, and lamb couscous

Traditional Mexican Cuisine for Two or More, or Four or More at La Hacienda Taqueria (50% Off)

La Hacienda Taqueria

Woodside

$30 $15

Cooks prepare everything from puebla-style tortas to sauteed Acapulco shrimp in an ecclectic dining area filled with old-world touches

Signature Gourmet Dogs, Hand-cut Fries, and Drinks for Two or Four at New York Dog House (Up to 49% Off)

New York Dog House Kitchen & Bar

Astoria

$44 $23

Signature gourmet dogs with unique, house-made ingredients, like "houz kraut", pickled daikon, avocado, bacon baked beans, & zucchini relish

Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Wings, or Family-Style Carryout at Planet Wings (Up to 50% Off)

Planet Wings of Queens

College Point

$10 $5.50

Boneless wings come in choice of 24 sauces such as cajun and teriyaki barbecue; sides include fries, jalapeno poppers, onion rings

Small Plates and Wine or Sangria at Trakia (55% Off). Two Options Available.

Trakia

Astoria

$56 $25

Eatery pairs wine or sangria with small plates such as fried squid with spicy lime aioli and stuffed red peppers with feta cheese

$99 for Entry to Oktoberfest sponsored by The Village Voice, presented by Jägermeister, and hosted by Andrew Zimmern on Sunday, October 19

Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE

The Garden at Studio Square NYC

$130 $99

James Beard Award-winning TV personality Andrew Zimmern hosts a Groupon-exclusive Oktoberfest bash with beer, brats, and a live oompah band

One All-Inclusive Ticket to the Bacon and Beer Classic at Citi Field on July 26 (Up to 20% Off)

Bacon and Beer Classic

Flushing Meadows Corona Park

$59 $49

Munch on bacon-inspired dishes from local restaurants, sip pours of craft beer, and enjoy live music and games inside Citi Field

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Founded by ice-cream enthusiasts Donald and Susan Sutherland in 1988, Cold Stone Creamery has grown to more than 1,400 locations across North America and is a proud member of the National Yogurt Association. Each day, the shop's scoopers mix up fresh batches of its new frozen yogurt in addition to ice cream and sorbet, all of which are served by the scoop, piled high in sundaes, and blended into shakes. After customers choose their desired flavor, staffers toss the chilly sustenance upon a slab of frozen granite and fold in a smorgasbord of candy and nuts to achieve the ideal ice-cream-to-add-in ratio. Customers can dream up their own creations or opt for a signature masterpiece, sampling one of more than 11.5 million possible flavor combinations, which still await a brave conqueror to unlock them all. To accommodate sweets cravings at celebrations, staff members also dish out pre-made treats, such as ice-cream cakes and baked goods.

3420 Broadway
Astoria,
NY
US

Adorned in their signature denim shorts, black tank tops, and Timberland boots, the Canz-a-Citi Girlz greet each Canz-a-citi Roadhouse guest. In between handfuls from endless bowls of complementary popcorn, diners can munch on wings slathered in scorching “Dirty Canz” hot sauce, burgers with one, two, or three 5.2-ounce bacon-topped patties, and fried Twinkies or Oreos. More than 200 kinds of canned beer, 20 drafts, and colossal cocktails such as sangria or jungle-juice fishbowls wash down each bite until 4 a.m., seven days a week.

Wood hues, brick walls, and a metal roof create the roadhouse atmosphere, as does decor such as license plates covering the ceiling, a beer-can-lined bar, and old hubcaps patrons can use to reflect light while tanning in the parking lot. Up to 60 TVs also broadcast UFC bouts and accompany visitors during weekly karaoke in each restaurant.

4011 30th Ave
Astoria,
NY
US

Black and white photos of Audrey Hepburn and Paul Newman dot the walls of Off the Boulevard Lounge, offsetting the fresh faces of the lounge's newly minted management team. The antique photos speak to the decor's overriding theme, which blends styles central to bygone eras with modern touches through rich mahogany furnishings, lush flora, and atmospheric black lights. Market-fresh ingredients anchor a trim menu consisting of sophisticated American fare, which diners chase with cocktails in the lounge or at the full-service bar accented by coiling orchids, bamboo, and flickering flat-screen TVs. Open breezes swirl around shafts of sunlight in the bistro's outdoor garden adorned in kaleidoscopic panoplies of flowers and paper lanterns that daub the private space in a soft glow as twilight paints the sky in a gauzy azure.

39-35 47th Avenue
Sunnyside,
NY
US

As a child, Gene Davidovich delighted in the robust aromas of baked bread. It wafted from his Grandma Zoya's kitchen, where the future entrepreneur eagerly observed old-fashioned preparation methods and tasted generations-old recipes. Today, Gene hand rolls and kettle boils fresh bagels every morning to honor his grandmother's legacy, and, according to ABC News, his are some of the few bagels to sneak seeds onto both sides.

Although bagels?prepared in flavors such as blueberry and pumpernickel?may be the main attraction at this Woodside bakery, they certainly don't hog the spotlight. Born from real yogurt, butter, and flour, tins of kosher, handmade muffins accompany artisanal breads prepared from ancestral recipes that, like the music of date back to 600 AD. For Francophile sweet teeth, the store's exclusive line of pastries from the Bridor company in France come straight out of the oven every morning.

50-29 69th Place
Woodside,
NY
US

Borrowing its name from the Greek word for "fish," Psari Restaurant bedecks dishes with the ocean-fresh bounties of the sea, serving up seafood broiled, grilled, or fried whole along with traditional Mediterranean eats and raw shellfish delicacies. To begin meals, guests pick out their favored catches of the day from their chilly iced display, or mull over choices of juicy steak, lamb chops, and subtly seasoned Greek appetizers. The café bottles its savory aroma within an elegant space decked in dark wood, a gleaming stone bar top, and soft accents of blue and white to match the colors of the Greek flag, as well as the chromatic scheme of Poseidon's underwater bungalow. In addition to preparing tantalizing meals of fish, crab, octopus, and lobster, Psari's helpful staffers pair meals with selections from an ample wine list as well as a complimentary phyllo-and-egg-custard dessert with each dinner.

3210 36th Ave
Street,
NY
US

The Himalayas are known not just for their towering peaks, but also for the rich cultures that have grown in their shadow. The all-Himalayan culinary team at Himalayan Yak Restaurant re-creates the best dishes picked from Tibetan, Nepalese, Bhutanese, and Indian cuisines. Their menu is subdivided by region and organized to indicate which dishes are vegetarian, letting chefs highlight classic dishes such as spice-laden chicken chili or exotic yak tongue sautéed in garlic and ginger and served with Tibetan bhaley bread. Most of the dishes can be customized with a choice of meat—including goat and buffalo—or vegetables. A live band plays traditional Himalayan tunes as diners dig into their meals, creating an atmosphere that mimics the serenity of the highest mountain peaks or the feeling of meditating at the top of several glued-together zen gardens.

7220 Roosevelt Ave
Jackson Heights,
NY
US

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