Restaurants in New York

Caribbean Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four at Corlette NY( Up to 55% Off)

Corlette NY

Bedford - Stuyvesant

$72 $35

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Dishes straight from the islands fill the restaurant with the simmering scents of plantains, jerk chicken, and seafood tacos

$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 Four or More at Singing Siren Restaurant (50% Off)

Singing Siren Restaurant

Crystal Beach

C$20 C$10

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Curry poutine, mustard-glazed pork loin, beer-battered fish 'n' chips, shepherd's pie and pot pie made with locally sourced ingredients

$30 or $35 Off Your Bill at Shervin’s Cafe. Four Options Available.

Shervin's Cafe

East Village

$30 $15

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East Village wine bar pairs local microbrews, German rieslings, and Ethiopian espresso with tapas such as prosciutto-wrapped dates

Prix-Fixe Dinner or Takeout at Blackstones Steakhouse (Up to 50% Off). Five Options Available.

Blackstones Steakhouse

Mount Kisco

$190 $100

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Prix-fixe dinner with choice of prime, dry-aged steaks or fresh seafood, as well as appetizers, dessert, and wine in an elegant steakhouse

$45 for an Italian Dinner and Drinks at Notaro (Up to $75 Value)

Notaro

Murray Hill

$75 $45

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A midtown establishment for more than a decade, Notaro’s low lit and classy dining room makes it easy to enjoy a romantic or quiet meal

Oysters and Wine or Mediterranean Food at Lunch at Dari Seafood & Mediterranean Cuisine (Up to 53% Off)

Dari Seafood & Mediterrenean Cuisine

Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton

$47 $23

Pair a bottle of red or white with fresh oysters or opt for a lunch of shish kabob or fish

Puerto Rican Dinner for Two or Four at Sazon (Up to 48% Off)

Sazon

Tribeca

$84 $45

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Tribeca eatery from the owner of Sofrito marries fine Puerto Rican cooking and a stylish dining room lit with chandeliers

Tapas Dinner on Sunday-Thursday or Friday-Saturday at Cafe Espanol (Up to 70% Off)

Cafe Espanol

West Village

$116.65 $39

Mix and match classic Spanish tapas such as tortilla española, garlic shrimp, and fresh clams with soups, salads, and empanadas

One or Two Dozen Bagels with Cream Cheese at Mocha Bagels (Up to 56% Off)

Mocha Bagels

Boerum Hill

$33 $16

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Hand-rolled bagels baked fresh daily with regular, flavored, and tofu cream-cheese spreads

One Groupon, Good for $40 Worth of Food and Drink or VIP Bottle Service at Iron Bar & Lounge (Up to 55% Off)

Iron Bar & Lounge

New York

$40 $20

Full bar serves 45 beers on tap, 45 bottled beers, and cocktails; VIP bottle service includes starters and a bottle of champagne or vodka

$30 for Pub Dinner for Two at Bruckner Bar & Grill ($62.15 Value)

Bruckner Bar & Grill

Bronx

$62.15 $30

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Munch on burgers, buffalo wings, and pasta and 'em down with craft cocktails and local beers

Mediterranean Cuisine and Drinks at Kavkaz Restaurant (Up to 40% Off).

Kavkaz Restaurant

Brooklyn

$40 $24

Explore Mediterranean dishes, including beef and lamb, fish and chicken kebabs, beef stroganoff, and grilled trout

$22 for Whole Chicken with Side and Pitcher of Beer or Sangria at Toast Chicken ($45 Value)

Toast Chicken

Morningside Heights

$45 $22

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Rotisserie with herb pesto chicken complimented by craft beer or sangria and choice of homemade side

30% Off Your Entire Bill at Remi Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Remi Restaurant

Clinton

$10 $10

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Picturesque interior surrounds guests as they dine on house-made pastas and other northern Italian fare alongside a rotating wine selection

Burgers and Beer for Two or Four, or $15 for $30 Worth of Bar Food at Rhythm & Booze

Rhythm & Booze

Windsor Terrace

$36.50 $18

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Chefs serve beef and veggie burgers on english muffins

$59 for a Three-Course Moroccan Dinner for Two with Wine Pairings at Tagine ($124.90 Value)

Tagine

Garment District

$124.90 $59

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A Moroccan-born chef shares the flavors of his childhood with a menu of made-from-scratch dishes

Dine-In or Take-Out Cajun Food at J. Gumbo's (Up to 47% Off)

J. Gumbo's

New York

$15 $8

Creole and Cajun cuisine such as crawfish étouffée, red beans and rice, and white chili

Italian Cuisine at Il Posto. Two Options Available (Half Off).

Il Posto

Bergen Beach

$30 $15

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Chef Nino, an area favorite, helms the kitchen as plates come out with homemade pasta, fresh seafood, and signature tiramisu

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The husband-wife team behind Settepani wanted to create an intimate restaurant, where the food serves as a reflection of themselves. In doing so, they let their multicultural experiences influence the vibrant spirit of their eatery. Born in Ethiopia and raised in Kenya and Lebanon, Leah Abraham works alongside her husband, Antonino Settepani, a chef with formal training from the French Culinary Institute. Together, they give patrons a modern dining experience that incorporates international influences into the flavors of Sicily. The chefs begin with as many ingredients from local sources as possible, filling their pantry with a variety of organic poultry, fish, and produce. Combined with breads made at Settepani’s Brooklyn bakery, these ingredients appear throughout the hearty, Sicilian-style entrees and pasta dishes. "A wood-burning stove turns out smoky, crispy pizzas and crumbly fruit crostatas," proclaimed Time Out New York, which also noted that “[t]he market sensibility extends to the bar,” lauding the cocktails made with “in-season fruits.” Almost in spite of the menu's rustic roots, Settepani's décor creates a clean, contemporary look reminiscent of a sleek art gallery. Sandy tiles and neutral-colored walls complement the monochromatic tones of the furniture. On the walls, framed sheet-music booklets add a splash of color with their sky-blue and sunshine-yellow hues.

196 Malcolm X Blvd
New York,
NY
US

Diners take the reins at The Burger Bistro, which encourages them to customize their own burgers with six different patties and more than 20 different toppings. On traditional beef, organic lamb, or even Kobe beef patties, visitors cobble together a topping spread that might include pickled jalape?os, horseradish cream sauce, fried mozzarella, or bacon. Each location also keeps diners on their toes with regular specials, which have included a turducken burger and sliders with waffles for buns. The donut burger?an occasional special that replaces buns with glazed donuts?earned the bistro a mention on CBS. For dessert, the eatery invites you to try a homemade ice-cream sandwich.

7217 3rd Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US

East of Eighth takes diners on a tour of New York City’s diverse cultural heritage with a selection of authentically prepared dishes representing more than 10 distinct communities, including the French, Cajun, and Spanish. Binding the disparate culinary traditions together is a focus on contemporary bistro fare, from matzo-ball soup to pâté-topped breads to chorizo quesadillas. After dinner, the delectable oral history continues with crème caramel and strawberry shortcake that compete for diners' attention with the restaurant’s bounty of eye candy—an illuminated fountain, an aqua garden teeming with multi-colored foliage, and the always lively West 23rd Street in Chelsea bustling below wall-size windows. Theatergoers on their way to catch a show or impersonate an understudy can feed their inner critics by selecting dishes from a special pre-theater menu.

254 W 23rd St
New York,
NY
US

At Cozumel Grill & Tequila Bar, good food, drinks, and entertainment reward diners drawn in by the bright, laid-back atmosphere. While diners nosh on spicy barbecue wings, bartenders put out mouth fires with 40 domestic and imported beer selections and 30 types of tequila, along with a lineup of frozen drinks and specialty cocktails. Chefs bake corn tortilla-based chicken or beef enchiladas with cheese and ranchero sauce, and satisfy vegetarians or reformed steak knives with equally tempting eats such as grilled veggie tacos with roasted red peppers and goat cheese. The restaurant is housed in an historic carriage house, where brick walls and a cobblestone-like floor create a pleasant contrast against party lights and multiple TVs. During warmer months, patrons entertain themselves by listening to live music on the patio, while winter's howls are drowned out by the cheers of pool or darts players and the exuberant zither music that mysteriously emanates from the cozy fireplace.

153 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo,
NY
US

A portmanteau of “mozzarella” and “pepperoni” gave Marvin Mozzeroni’s its playful name, but the origins of the restaurant itself are rooted in New York. The pizzeria was founded by two Rochester natives in 2004 as Starving Marvin's Pizza before they changed the name in 2007 when they turned their single eatery into a franchise. To this day native New Yorkers own and operate the five locations found throughout the state, including their two new locations in Henrietta and Greece.

The emphasis here is on their numerous specialty pizzas, baked in a brick oven and made fresh daily with hand-tossed dough. They come with a thick or thin crust and homemade red or white sauce, and can be ordered whole or by the slice. The menu also features other Italian food, including calzones and chicken parmigiana, as well as a mix of American-style classics such as hoagies, cheeseburgers, wings with homemade sauce and bleu cheese, and hot dogs. Those with food allergies can opt for gluten-free pizza.

1703 Crittenden Road
Rochester,
NY
US

In 1988, Auntie Anne's founders Anne and Jonas Beiler purchased a Pennsylvania farmers' market stand, where they experimented with dough until they created a pretzel that seemed to strike the perfect chord with their customers. Today, at their more than 1,330 locations worldwide, the pretzel makers still hand roll the original recipe but have added to the menu with inventive options, such as the pepperoni pretzel and eight signature dipping sauces. The team constantly explores new uses for the pretzel dough, such as wrapping it around hot dogs, slicing it into bite-size nuggets, or using it to build historically accurate Austrian villages. To transform the snack into a meal, they accompany it with specialty drinks, including frozen-lemonades.

6 Mall Walk
Yonkers,
NY
US

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