Food & Drink in Naperville

Up to 54% Off Burgers at Jimmy-B's Ale House

Jimmy-B's Ale House

Fox River Commons

$37.90 $18


10-ounce black Angus beef topped with fixings such as pepper jack and chorizo or stuffed with bacon and cheddar served alongside brews

40% Off Gourmet Bundt Cakes at Nothing Bundt Cakes

Nothing Bundt Cakes


$20 $12

Bakers create moist bundt cakes in flavors such as red velvet, carrot, and pecan praline streusel from fresh eggs, butter, and cream cheese

Häagen-Dazs & Popcorn Palace – $10 Off Your Bill or Three $10 Vouchers

Häagen-Dazs & Popcorn Palace

Multiple Locations

$10 $5


Gourmet flavors of Häagen-Dazs ice cream and small-batch kernels of creatively flavored popcorn delight taste buds

The Melting Pot – Up to 44% Off Fondue Meal

The Melting Pot


$67.96 $39.95

Creamy cheese fondue and meats to be cooked fondue-style at the table, including filet mignon, herb-crusted chicken, and lobster tail

Up to 56% Off Sandwich Party Tray with a Side at Alice's Deli

Alice's Deli

Prairie Lake Manor

$65 $29

Alice whips up catering trays full of sandwiches and wraps or side dishes such as potato salad or pasta salad in her casual Naperville deli

$10 for Tapas and Drinks at Macarena Tapas

Macarena Tapas


$20 $10


A seasonal menu of more than 40 classic and updated tapas pairs with fruity pours of sangria during dinner

Half Off Sushi or Hibachi Dinner at Shinto Naperville 

Shinto Naperville


$50 $25


In full view, chefs cook hibachi-grilled meat and seafood with homemade teriyaki sauce; all dinners come with shrimp flambé appetizer

$9 for Café Food at Juicy-O Pancake House

Juicy-O Pancake House

Multiple Locations

$15 $9

Classic breakfast and lunch food supplemented with complimentary house donuts and fresh fruit juices

45% Off at Cuisine of India

Cuisine of India


$20 $11


Spicy curries, soft naan & dishes from tandoor oven unite flavors from across India inside casual restaurant with elegant table dressings

$10 for Italian Take-Out at Little Sicilian Pizza

Little Sicilian Pizza

Cress Creek

$20 $10


Hand-tossed pizzas made with never-frozen ingredients, served alongside salads, sandwiches, and pasta dishes at family-owned eatery

45% Off Indian Cuisine at The Indian Harvest

The Indian Harvest


$40 $22


Classics and house specialties include delectable Tandoori Lamb Chops, Tandoori Shrimp, Chicken Chennai Harvest Saag and crispy Nans.

Bricks Wood Fired Pizza & Cafe – Up to 46% Off

Bricks Wood Fired Pizza & Cafe

Multiple Locations

$26 $14

Wood-fired pizzas in specialty combinations that feature artichokes, barbecued chicken, italian sausage, or even eggs

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Family recipes from Athens and staff favorites sizzle and boil atop Kosta’s stoves, and the head chef wields more than 45 years of cooking experience to prepare flaky treats in the ovens. Egg-lemon sauce pools around succulent meat-stuffed grape leaves in the dolmades mezes ($7.50), creating a moat to keep friends' forks and invading knights away. The swordfish shish kebab ($16.50) roasts skewered sea steak and mixed vegetables over an ocean of flames, and olympian herbs soak in the juices of the grilled spring lamb chops ($22.50). Finally, the kataife ($3.50) tickles sweet-craving taste buds with slivered almonds and chopped walnuts enveloped in flaky dough and baked to their Platonic ideal.

3124 S Route 59

Laurel's menu is big on small plates and authentic Old World flavors. Give hunger a spicy sucker punch with a mezze of feta cheese baked with grilled banana peppers, tomatoes, and olives ($6). A tasting platter lets you save decision making for Stratego tournaments by combining calamari salad, braised baby artichokes, hummus, and five other edible elements ($12). Protein pirates can sink their mouth cutlasses into grilled beef medallions ($21) or grilled baby lamb chops ($24), and grizzled sea captains and killer whales can make amends over grilled sea bass (market price). A lunch menu lets Laurel Mediterranean Grill crush midday cravings with a condensed version of the dinner lineup, augmented by a sizeable selection of sandwiches.

1163 E Ogden Ave

Tasso's menu expertly meshes the fundamentals of traditional Greek cuisine with modern touches. Head Chef Kostas Anyfantis cut his culinary teeth in his hometown of Athens before earning his chops in Chicago's Greektown scene. In his Naperville incarnation, he addresses feast commencement with appetizers such as a cold dish of taramosalata ($6 during dinner), a mousse prepared with fish roe, lemon and olive oil. Savory shrimp, octopus, mussels, and squid unite inside the light tomato sauce of the best-selling seafood pasta ($20), melding amid garlic, basil, and tangled strands of linguine. Unlike licking a futuristic concept car, the exohiko ($18) allows eaters to traverse the time-taste continuum with its ancient prescription for slowly baking lamb and vegetables together for seven hours. Rolled grape leaves envelop ground meat, rice, herbs, and strained greek yogurt in an order of dolmades ($14). Complement an epicurean evening with selections from the ample wine list, including glasses of imported Greek whites, reds, and roses ($6–$11).

220 S Washington St

Yin's Wok is Naperville's grab & go for made-to-order Chinese cuisine, available for take-out or delivery. From American-style stir fry to traditional dishes, Yin's Wok has something for everyone. Almost every dish is customizable, so vegetarians, picky eaters, kids and those who love their food hot & spicy, if there's some

1935 95th Street #107

Choo Choo's train-themed eatery revs diners' digestive engines with a medley of wraps and sandwiches, as well as a miniature locomotive that gallivants through the family-friendly dining room. The dynamic servers, clad in engineer attire, deliver hearty menu items, such as the bacon-and-cheese char-burger ($8.49) and the tortilla-swaddled chicken-and-bacon wrap ($8.49). The Conductor's special bookends charbroiled chicken, marinara, and parmesan between a gourmet bun, and the Penn Central sandwich trots down the track, tempting tongues with rib-eye steak, mozzarella, grilled onions, and peppers embraced by french bread ($7.99). Watch kids marvel as a model train delivers food at the counter or chugs through a miniature city populated by tiny commuters and average-size thimbles.

3103 111th St

Cold Stone's ice cream, made fresh in stores every day, inhabits a quantum flux between soft-serve and traditional ice cream, with a rich, creamy texture that whispers tales of its super-premium quality as it glides over taste buds. The ice cream generously welcomes dozens of toppings, as traditional as vanilla wafers and chopped nuts or as quirky as granola and black licorice. Choose your favorite ice cream from among dozens of silky flavors, such as Irish cream and butter pecan. Then make certain no one will try and steal a taste by topping it protectively with brownies, gumballs, and sugar cone pieces. Whatever Frankencream you create, it'll be scooped cold off the grill into a freshly made waffle cone or bowl. Cold Stone's ice cream and toppings vary between seasons and location, and they also offer sorbet and an array of lighter toppings such as fruit and honey.

23 W Jefferson Ave