Restaurants in Manhattan

50% Off Mexican Dinner at Pepe and Chela's

Historic Holiday Park North

$20 $10


New owners and a new executive chef continue a 25-year tradition of from-scratch salsas and Mexican entrees

Up to 50% Off at Johnny Brusco's Pizza


$20.98 $11

Guests can build their own two-topping New York-style pizza or choose from specialty options such as margarita or buffalo-chicken pies

Half Off at Cosmos Indian Cafe


$15.98 $8

Staple Indian cuisine such as naan, chicken curry, and lamb biryani served at a cafe inside an Indian grocery store

46% Off Latin American Cuisine at La Parrilla


$14 $7.50


Latin American dishes such as pork al pastor taquitos, veggie or beef empanadas, and carne asada

Up to 46% Off at Genovese Italian Restaurant


$54 $30


Italy's Liguria region supplies the inspiration for seasonal Italian cuisine made with ingredients from local farms

45% Off Sandwiches at Sandwich Bowl


$10 $5.50

Fresh soups and salads pair with massive hot and cold sandwiches stuffed with Boar's Head meats and cheeses

Up to Half Off American Food at Curtis C's Diner


$6 $3


Diners chow down on hamburgers or biscuits and homemade gravy as they admire sports memorabilia dotting baseball-diamond green walls

Up to 50% Off Café Food at Lincoln Perk


$14 $7

Lunch selections include The Feeney, a chicken-salad sandwich, asian chicken salad, and seasonal soups

45% Off Italian Cuisine at Garozzo’s Ristorante

Multiple Locations

$20 $11


Winner of KC Magazine’s Hall of Fame Best of Italian serenades palates with grilled fillet mignon, lobster-stuffed ravioli, & pasta crepes

Up to 59% Off BBQ Ribs Class


$120 $59


Pit-master Dan Janssen leads hands-on class that teaches rib-barbecuing basics; includes meal after lesson

Up to 52% Off at Pho Good


$15 $7.50


Raw sirloin & rice noodles loll in bowls of onion broth to comprise pho, which customers customize by adding handfuls of cilantro & sprouts

Select Local Merchants

A fresh take on cooked-to-order burgers, Smashburger boasts well-stacked meaty marvels—such as Kansas City Smashburgers housed in an egg bun and slathered with A.1. steak sauce—as well as expedient service and ample sit-down space. The menu boasts more smashes than two monster trucks playing tennis, with Smashburgers—100% Angus beef plus quality veggies and cheeses on an artisan bun—taking center stage ($4.99–$6.99). Grilled, crispy Smashchickens ($5.99–$6.99) arrive bedecked in buffalo sauce, chipotle mayo, or your sauce of choice, proudly vying for dental attention with the fresh garden green tossed Smashsalads ($4.99–6.99). Smashsides such as the Smashfries fire up the hearts and bellies of all gracious guests ($1.99–$2.99), and nonsecret specialties, such as the Häagen-Dazs shake ($3.99), keep mouths grounded, cool, and smiley.

501 3rd Pl

Family owned and operated for almost half a century, Vista Drive In serves up a menu filled with classic American fare that pairs perfectly with its vintage drive-in atmosphere. Groupon holders can chomp into a prepared-to-order Vistaburger, a quarter-pound beef patty laden with garden-fresh veggies, and since the deal includes two sandwiches, customers can devour both in a single sitting or don the second burger as a succulent beanie. Locals flock to the restaurant to observe hamburgers in their natural habitat, which showcases a retro neon sign and houses a storied history, as well as philanthropic owners who help support KSU and other local schools.

1911 Tuttle Creek Blvd

Ingredient restaurant offers a smorgasbord of gourmet and customizable culinary bites in a quick-serve atmosphere, catering to dietary restrictions whenever possible. Local ingredients claim squatter's rights on the menu, sprucing up dishes such as the custom salads ($8.95), with more than 75 options to arrange into fully functioning veggie ecosystems.

3011 Anderson Ave

Within its naturally lit brick confines, Bluestem Bistro handcrafts its menu of soups, breads, and pastries from scratch without the malevolent influence of preservatives. Local products are meshed and melded to produce sandwiches and wraps ($6.59–$6.89) such as the turkey on focaccia smeared with red-pepper aioli ($6.89), which longs to be raised to the mouth in a salute of gastronomic gratitude. Salads ($6.49–$6.99) and specialty dishes such as spinach lasagna ($6.59) pair freely with a lineup of coffees, teas, and fresh fruit smoothies (nonalcoholic drinks $1.35–$4.80).

1219 Moro St

1641 Anderson Ave

The pancake professionals at Hanover Pancake House have been serving up an energizing menu of breakfast and lunch dishes since 1969. Like coaches prepping their star players, chefs dunk the cinnamon-roll french toast in an egg bath before grilling and serving it with four slices of crispy bacon ($6.99). Customers can tap into wells of personal creativity to design their own pancakes ($3.25–$5.99) with toppings such as strawberries, mixed berries, and bananas. The spinach, bacon, and tomato eggs benedict buttresses two poached eggs and creamy hollandaise sauce with toasted english muffins ($7.49), and an array of omelets ($5.25–$7.99) combines two country fresh eggs and toast.

1034 S Kansas Ave