Restaurants in Manhattan

Kebab Dinner with Appetizers, Salad, Baklava, and Beer or Wine for Two or Four at Horus Cafe (46% Off)

Horus Cafe

East Village

$84 $45

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An Egyptian feast including grape leaves and other mezze, grilled chicken, lamb, and beef, and baklava; belly dancing four nights a week

7-Course Tasting Menu and Wine Pairings for 2 or 4, or Weekend Brunch for 2 or 4 at Balkanika (Up to 56% Off)

Balkanika

Clinton

$160 $75

(158)

Old-World and modern cuisines collide at this Balkan and Mediteranean food restaurant that serves meat and veggie tapas, kebabs, and spreads

Regional Italian Meal for 2 or 4 or a Dinner-Party Package for 50 at Ornella Trattoria Italiana (Up to 42% Off)

Ornella Trattoria Italiana

Ditmars Steinway

$85 $59

Regional Italian food including prosciutto di parma, penne with San Marzano tomato sauce, spaghetti carbonara, and salmone primavera

$49 for a Wine Tasting for Two with Appetizer, Dinner, and a Bottle of Wine at 1742 Wine Bar (Up to $178.90 Value)

1742 Wine Bar

Upper East Side

$178.90 $49

Wine tasting includes three reds and three whites; dinner consists of one appetizer, two entrees, and a bottle of wine

Craft-Beer-and-Burger Event for One or Two at Bowlmor Times Square (Up to 68% Off)

The Stadium Grill at Bowlmor Lanes

Theater District - Times Square

$70 $25

Hosted at Bowlmor Times Square, beer and burgers pair perfectly as the BarTop Bandits perform their sultry signature dance routine

Burgers, Sides, and Beer for Two at Black Iron Burger (Up to 55% Off) 

Black Iron Burger

Manhattan

$36 $18

(244)

Chuck, short rib, and brisket are mixed to form flavorful burgers topped with horseradish cheddar and paired with craft beer

$29 for Upscale Pub Brunch or Dinner for Two at The Hill (Up to $62 Value). Groupon Reservation Required.

The Hill

Midtown

$62 $29

Eatery functions as a sports bar or stylish lounge depending on the time of day; regardless of the time, enjoy upscale pub fare and drinks

Lunch or Dinner for Two, or Appetizer and Fishbowl at 137 Bar & Grill (Up to 49% Off)

137 Bar & Grill

Hamilton Heights

$24.93 $15

Enjoy lunch sandwiches and shared dessert, dinners with drinks, or pre-dinner appetizer paired with a shareable fishbowl drink

Burger Meal with Shakes and Desserts for Two or Four at Prince St. Cafe (Up to 58% Off)

Prince St. Cafe

NoLita

$42 $19

(79)

Milkshakes wash down sirloin burgers topped with herb mayo, American cheese, and baby greens on a toasted brioche

Italian Meal for Two or Four with Wine at Cacio e Vino (Up to 44% Off)

Cacio e Vino

East Village

$58 $35

Sip on house wine while snacking on appetizers such as fried calamari, sicilian rice balls, or eggplant Parmesan

Dinner for Two or Four with Appetizers, Entrees, and Wine at Meskel Ethiopian Restaurant (Up to 62% Off)

Meskel Ethiopian Restaurant

East Village

$71.90 $29

(91)

Ethiopian dishes such as miser wat, kitfo, and meskel tibs served with honey wine and spongy injera

$39 for Two Dozen East Coast Blue Point Oysters and Two Martinis, Beer, or House Champagne at Eats on Lex ($102 Value)

Eats on Lex

Upper East Side

$102 $39

(150)

Oysters delivered fresh daily for meal for two with choice of martinis, beer, or house champagne

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Cornelius Gallagher earned accolades as the executive chef for Oceana, but after he left, a trip to Vietnam, Thailand, and China sparked his passion for Asian flavors and inspired him to open DragonflyNY, according to the New York Post. Now, Chef Scott Gery has taken his place at the helm and continues to deliver a unique take on intricate Asian dishes. Gery and his team whip up elegant dishes such as crispy Vietnamese snapper nestled in rice pearls and dished with an apricot-tamarind sauce, and tater tots that gush with melted gruyere cheese and memories of Idaho.

Though the dishes are sophisticated, the restaurant keeps its vibe casual. Asian statuettes overlook the modern, warmly lit dining room?s booths and wooden tables. At the long, wooden bar, bartenders mix signature cocktails, including a green-tea martini with green-tea vodka, honey water, and fresh lemon.

1463 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
US

Alberto Gonzalez, dissatisfied with New York City’s culinary offerings, spent a year questioning New Yorkers on the streets about what they wanted in an organic restaurant. Only after carefully considering his findings did he launch GustOrganics, a USDA-certified organic restaurant and bar that uses only 100% organic ingredients. Those natural building blocks, from fresh ginger, grass-fed beef, rice flour, and locally produced mozzarella wind up in a wide range of dishes, including vegetarian and gluten-free offerings. In the bustling kitchen, the chefs pinch together house-made ravioli and toss fajitas into sizzling pans.

The employees at the certified Green Restaurant also care for the health of the environment. In addition to working with local organic farmers and never dropping pennies into scenic geysers, the staffers care for the natural world by composting, recycling, and enlisting only wind and solar energy.

519 Avenue Of The Americas
New York,
NY
US

Nestled inside a Midtown storefront accented with a sleek maroon awning and floor-to-ceiling windows perches Café Nunez, a Latin American cuisine hotspot that serves up Spanish tapas. Head chef Rene Hernandez parlayed his education from Spanish culinary institute El Bulli into a gastronomical career, churning out flavorful morsels from the prolific menu. Both cold and hot shared appetizers—or tapas—rev up taste buds for main courses such as Chilean-sea-bass fillet or chicken medallions, which diners can devour or don as trophies, and desserts, including traditional flan or three-milk cake, add decadence to savory Latin American flavors. The lounge displays a variety of hookahs smoldering with fruit essences, and Latin Friday events transform the eatery, beckoning guests to boogie on an expansive dance floor to hip-shaking beats alongside succulent steaks dancing the merengue.

240 W 35th St
New York,
NY
US

Taking its name from a romantic epic poem from Russia’s most celebrated poet, Onegin enchants its guests with plush finery and cuisine reminiscent of the passionate poetry, stately imperial balls, and voluminous sideburns of Pushkin’s St. Petersburg. Portraits of Russian nobility grace the ceilings, forming backdrops for crystal chandeliers that cast light upon tables decorated with verse in gold leaf. Birch trees lining walls and bar tops call to mind the restaurant’s Slavic heritage, and meals of Caspian Sea caviar, blini, wild-caught trout and chicken Kiev prepared by Ukrainian head chef Ilze Ritina awaken the palate to the rich fare of Czarist-era noblemen and ladies. As diners sup on tender veal cutlets or traditional meals of brick-oven rye bread and pickled herring, they relish in the revelry of romantic karaoke ballads and occasional burlesque-performance revues.

391 Avenue Of The Americas
New York,
NY
US

It could be said that B.A.D. Burger's dining room operates outside the conventional boundaries of time: their grill is hot 24 hours a day and the entire menu, be it burgers or breakfast, is fair game no matter the time on the clock. Cooks fill the crispy grids of buttermilk waffles with syrup before pairing them with pieces of fried chicken and plate omelets with helpings of home fries, grits, or french fries. Fresh-baked buns envelop 8-ounce patties of beef, black beans, or garden veggies that are slathered in toppings such as guacamole, eggs, and marinara. Not a page of the menu is complete without a bevy of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, including vegan cheese and grass-fed tofu. Additionally, the diner's in-house sweet-makers Bad Girls Bakery, wrest pans of vegan and gluten-free brownies, cookies, and cheesecakes from the oven.

171 Avenue A
New York,
NY
US

Garnering praise from the Wall Street Journal for delicacies and decor and from the Wine Enthusiast for libations, the sister-run kitchen of DUO Restaurant & Lounge delicately fashions contemporary American dishes. Fava beans cuddle up to dried-fruit chutney and thyme-enriched madeira jus atop the organic, free-range chicken breast, which may inspire spontaneous crowing. Pearl onions and pearl couscous lie in savory strings across bordeaux-braised short ribs, and moist slices of red velvet cake come decadently slathered with cream cheese icing.

Ever meticulous, DUO's owners hand-placed each Swarovski crystal upon the walls to create the perfect ratio of sparkle to glitter. Massive paintings of sultry-eyed subjects gaze over the dining room as patrons sink into the silvery upholstery of the plush banquettes.

72 Madison Ave
New York,
NY
US

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