Restaurants in Moraga

$16 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Authentic Chilean Food at Sabores del Sur ($28 Value)

Sabores del Sur

Walnut Creek

Chef Guisell crafts authentic Chilean food from her grandmother’s recipes, including an alfajor named #2 on 50 Treats to Eat Before You Die

$14 $8

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$57 for Two Gift Cards, Each Good for $50 of Mexican Cuisine at Maria Maria La Cantina ($100 Total Value)

Maria Maria La Cantina

Multiple Locations

Creative tacos, seafood, and other cuisine from Mexico’s Pacific Coast at a cantina with art from partner Carlos Santana and live music

$100 $57

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Brunch and Mimosas or Japanese Dinner for Two or Four at Hamachi Restaurant and Lounge (Up to 43% Off)

Hamachi Restaurant and Lounge

Downtown Walnut Creek

Brunch dishes such as coconut tuna ceviche alongside sushi rolls and Japanese dinners such as teriyaki beef and chicken katsu

$46 $29

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$12 for $20 Worth of Pizza, Salads, and Hoagies at Pancoast Pizza

Pancoast Pizza

Downtown Walnut Creek

East Coast–style pizza made with homemade sauce and complemented by salads and hoagies

$20 $12

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Dinner at Stanford's Restaurant & Bar (Up to 33% Off). Two Options Available.

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Walnut Creek

Enjoy dishes such as halibut tacos, gourmet burgers, fire-grilled steaks, and herb-crusted prime rib in a warm, elegant atmosphere

$30 $20

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Japanese Cuisine and Sushi for Dinner at Mika's Sushi (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Mika's Sushi

Contra Costa Centre

Pairs or groups of four or more split a variety of fish-filled maki or vegetarian or vegan rolls; traditional Japanese dishes also available

$30 $18

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For Avi and Michaella Ben-Ari, opening a restaurant was an obvious step to take together. Avi's keen mind for business and his entrepreneurial experience, coupled with chef Michaella's degree from Tadmor Culinary Arts school in Tel-Aviv, made for a natural partnership. With the goal of introducing area diners to the warmth and hospitality inherent to Middle Eastern dining rooms, the Ben-Aris and their staff fill the restaurant with the aromas of handmade dishes and photos of each diner's grandmother. They make all of their Levantine staples from scratch, crafting them only with organic vegetables and meats. In the bustling kitchen, chefs eschew canned and frozen ingredients for healthful ones such as fire-grilled eggplant, antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken, and freshly diced tomatoes and cucumbers.

3647 Mt. Diablo Boulevard
Lafayett,
CA
US

Xenia Bistro's chefs slide modern American updates and fresh, seasonal ingredients into time-tested family recipes. Inspired by culinary customs of Eastern Europe, they enlist burning wood to grill their pizzas and animated golems to prepare their pasta, steaks, and seafood. Their bartending brethren station themselves behind a granite bar, where they mix specialty cocktails with an arsenal of spirits that includes premium liquors and wines from near and far.

A rich, earth-tone color palette swathes nearly every surface of the bistro's interior, from lustrous table tops to wooden pillars to antique-looking window shutters. Just beyond a full wall of windows, a roomy patio encloses diners in foliage and sunlight.

115 Alamo Plz
Alamo,
CA
US

Known for their successful takeover of Hudson Bay Café, I Squared proprietors Sadri Madjlessi and Tanya Anderson partner with executive chef Nory Madjlessi to combine traditional Iranian and Italian fare into one bold menu. Chef Nory honed his Italian culinary skills under Giovanni LoCoco at LoCoco's and absorbed knowledge of traditional Iranian recipes and cooking techniques from his mother. Rather than attempting traditional fusion fare, Chef Nory aims to stay true to the flavors of both countries, filling I Squared's ever-changing menu with Iranian staples such as fesenjoon—a stew of chicken, walnuts, and saffron served over basmati rice—as well as Italian classics, such as eggplant parmigiana. Using local and sustainable ingredients when possible, Chef Nory preps his signature lamb-stuffed cabbage wraps as patrons peek in the open kitchen from their places at minimalist butcher-block-topped tables. A stainless-steel-topped bar holds a beginner's alchemy kit and the makings of specialty and dessert cocktails along with extensive wine and beer offerings.

5403 College Ave
Oakland,
CA
US

In the Tao Restaurant kitchen, chefs labor over stoves during the three-day process of crafting housemade noodles and broth for their authentic Japanese ramen dishes. Iron grills sizzle with the meats and seafood of Japanese teppanyaki and teriyaki entrees, and sushi chefs slice up colorful maki rolls, adorning them with flourishes of cucumber flowers, slivers of radish, and intricately sculpted dollops of wasabi. Servers bear plates out into the dining room, where sunlight pours in through towering windows onto sleek tabletops. Nearby, pots of bamboo shake gently as though they were caught in a ge

960 Moraga Rd
Lafayette,
CA
US

Linger at one of The New Ristorante Forli's tables long enough, and owners Gabriele Davanzante or Russ Belleci might sidle up to the table to tell a joke or spontaneously burst into an Old Italian song. Flourishes like these imbue The New Ristorante Forli with the aura of a traditional Italian trattoria. In addition to a pair of jovial Italian hosts, The New Ristorante Forli cements its status as a cultural bastion by plating classic dishes such as osso bucco and braised lamb shank. Tuscan chianti and California pinot grigio punctuate the restaurant’s extensive wine list. Additionally, dining companions can cast aside games of napkin peek-a-boo and dance to live music on Friday and Saturday nights.

3160 Danville Blvd
Alamo,
CA
US

Home of Chicken and Waffles is an upscale '60s-themed diner with a full bar of specialty cocktails to complement the menu of hearty comfort fare. As chefs load Southern-style or gravy-smothered chicken onto plates next to signature waffles, Motown grooves fill the dining room?unless it's Sunday, when gospel music reigns. Homestyle sides such as grits, greens, and candied yams trim plates of crispy chicken. The kitchen prides itself on using fresh ingredients?real milk and cheese make the mac 'n' cheese creamy, and real beans prove tastier than holographic beans. Every dish is named after a member of the owner's family, who gaze down on patrons from vibrant portraits behind the counter.

1653 Mount Diablo Blvd.
Walnut Creek,
CA
US

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