Restaurants in Norwood

$11 for $20 Worth of Moroccan Cuisine at Marrakech Moroccan Cafe and Grill

Marrakech Moroccan Cafe and Grill

Clifton

Native Moroccan chefs recreate dishes from their homeland, such as skewered lamb and harira soup

$20 $11

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$24 for $40 Worth of French Cuisine at La Petite France

La Petite France

Evendale

Golden-hued walls and stained-glass murals frame meals of sweet crepes, seared sea bass, and duck in a sauce of port and cherries

$40 $24

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$17 for $30 Worth of Cajun Food and Drinks at Swampwater Grill

Swampwater Grill

East End

Seafood-centric Cajun cuisine and Southern staples such as smoked pulled pork and ribs

$30 $17

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Ethiopian and Indian Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Elephant Walk Injera and Curry House (Up to 50% Off)

Elephant Walk Injera and Curry House

Cincinnati

Chefs well versed in Ethiopian and Indian flavors sauté and simmer meat-laden and vegan options, from mahberawi to stuffed peppers

$20 $11

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$25 for a $40 Holiday Gift Card Good for Barbecue at SmoQ

SmoQ

SmoQ

Southern-style barbecue joint smokes its award-winning ribs, pulled pork, and sausage, served alongside cheddar grits and corn bread

$40 $25

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Mediterranean and Turkish Cuisine at Istanbul Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Istanbul Cafe

Central Business District

Mediterranean and Turkish cuisine includes char-grilled kebabs, hand-prepared baklava, and vegetarian and vegan appetizers

$20 $10

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$9 for $20 Worth of Chinese Food at Rong Tan's

Rong Tan's

Withamsville

Owned by the sons of a renowned Chinese chef, Rong Tan’s serves meticulously prepared chicken, seafood, beef, and vegetable entrees

$20 $9

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Maya Mexican Restaurant

Maya Mexican Restaurant

Deerfield

Entrees range from tacos filled with sausage, tongue, and pork to tortas, pozole, gorditas, and more

$20 $11

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Chinese Cuisine at Grand Buffet (Up to 57% Off)

Grand Buffet

Cincinnati

Chinese buffet offers food such as Hunan-style chicken, moo shu pork, and vegetable lo mein, as well as à la carte items

$15 $6.50

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Irish Pub Food for Dine-In or Take-Out at O'Malley's In The Alley (Up to 45% Off)

O'Malley's In The Alley

Central Business District

Loaded nachos, beer-battered cod, and pretzel-bun burgers at an Irish pub and sports bar near Great American ballpark

$20 $11

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$11 for $22 Worth of Indie Street Food for Breakfast and Lunch at Grecos

Grecos

Cincinnati

Chefs create Indie street food with items such as tacos, sandwiches, salads, and more

$22 $11

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$9 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Comfort Food at Dena's Diner ($20 Value)

Dena's Diner

Cincinnati

Classic diner eats, including omelets and breakfast food served until 2 p.m., burgers with 6 oz. hand-formed Angus patties, and sandwiches

$10 $4.50

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$14 for a Burger Meal for Two with Fries and Sodas at Mad Mike's Burgers ($24.15 Value)

Mad Mike's Burgers

Multiple Locations

Gourmet Black Angus burgers such as the salami-topped Mafioso and the Big Tex, built with deep-fried bacon

$24.15 $14

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Asian-Fusion Cuisine and Bubble Tea for Two or Take-Out at Tea N Bowl (Up to 45% Off)

Tea N Bowl

Cincinnati

Bubble tea pairs with lo mein and stir-fry and more authentic Chinese options such as kung pao squid and braised pork

$43.65 $24

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$20 for $40 Worth of Modern American Cuisine at Teller's of Hyde Park

Teller's of Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Buffalo chicken egg rolls and Cajun farfalle served within historic savings and loan building

$40 $20

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Dinner Cuisine or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of American Fare at Diane’s Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Diane's Restaurant

Covedale

Mom-and-pop eatery serves homestyle comfort food such as meatloaf, pot roast, and salisbury steaks

$10 $5

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$19.99 for a Pizza, Pasta, or Lasagna Meal from Mama Mimi's Take 'N Bake Pizza ($37.96 Value)

Mama Mimi's Take 'N Bake Pizza

Multiple Locations

Fresh-made pizza, lasagna, and other pastas that you can heat up and enjoy in the comfort of your home

$37.96 $19.99

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $16 Worth of Chinese Food for Two or More at Dynasty Chinese Restaurant ($32 Value)

Dynasty Chinese Restaurant

Cincinnati

Classic Chinese favorites include kung pao chicken, beef lo mein, and veggie fried rice

$16 $6.50

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$10 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food at Gramma Debbie's Kitchen ($20 Total Value)

Gramma Debbie's Kitchen

Findlay Market

Gramma Debbie dishes out homestyle food such as macaroni and cheese, meatloaf, and soup at Findlay Market

$10 $5

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Craig and Laura Decker seem to have a difficult time making up their minds. They also seem to have a knack for turning this indecisiveness into an advantage at every turn. When it came to opening their new business, for example, they briefly wondered whether it should feature a wine shop, a wine bar, or a gourmet bistro. Their solution? All three.

This spirit of inclusivity pervades W.G. Kitchen & Bar, a Wine Guy company, where the Deckers pair seasonal wine varietals with globally inspired cuisine. Rather than choose between European elegance and New-American pizzazz, they settled on a compromise they describe as ?Old World chic.? This label suits a menu that features small plates of housemade meatballs and bruschetta alongside assorted cheeses from around the world. The focus on small plates is in keeping with the Deckers? have-it-all mentality and gives diners the option to sample several dishes without having to barter with adjacent tables.

2692 Madison Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US

As a young Lebanese man living in Cincinnati, Andy Hajjar found himself longing for the tahini, mint, and feta flavors of his family’s home cooking. Once his mother and brother joined him in the US, the three of them decided to start a deli. Their corner establishment quickly burgeoned into an award-winning restaurant, Andy’s Mediterranean Grill, where they continue to share family recipes without asking relatives to adopt every diner first. Their talent with seasoning lamb—which they grind, chop, marinate, and even serve tartar, if a diner orders in advance—landed Andy on WCPO Channel 9, where he showed the audience how to make lamb burgers. When preparing skewers of charbroiled tenderloin, cilantro-flavored sea scallops, and flatbread pizzas, the kitchen also relies on fresh ingredients and house marinades. Diners can also sip dozens of beers or wines, including some from Lebanon, Israel, and Turkey, as they relish the old-fashioned coziness of a wood-burning stove and the modern joys of a flat-screen television. On weekend evenings, belly dancers appear, and on any evening guests can lounge on black-and-red striped cushions in the wood-paneled hookah room. The Hajjars also sell marinades, salad dressing, and Turkish coffees through Andy’s International Market, which helps customers stock the pantry in their own apartment, home, or sandcastle.

906 Nassau St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

La Petite France's proprietor, Daniele Crandall, grew up in France, where she spent her youth working in family restaurants before emigrating to the United States in 1964. She stayed in touch with her roots by teaching French to students before eventually deciding that it was time to return to the kitchen with her family members.

Today, they bustle among pots of steaming port with sun-dried tomatoes—which will become a demi-glace for duck—and crackling skillets of salmon, endives, shallots, and white wine. They plate filet mignon and pâté that the Cincinnati Enquirer said “has a nice rustic texture, more like a fine meatloaf than a liver pâaté, with a hint of clove or allspice. Little sour cornichon pickles accompany it, just as they do in thousands of bistros and restaurants all over France.” Beneath glittering chandeliers, the glow of fireplaces dances across tables clad in white tablecloths, like a maitre d’ who forgot his uniform. A stained-glass mural depicts the idyllic charm of Peillon in Provence, France, as diners sup on three-course dinners, enjoy tastings of California wines, or sip cocktails and listen to live music during catered banquets.

3177 Glendale Milford Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US

At It’s Just Crepes, you’re encouraged to eat with your hands. That’s because every crepe on the menu is folded into what Soapbox Cincinnati calls "a convenient to-go style," eliminating the need for knives, forks, or tiny plate-side catapults. Instead, diners bite straight into the golden-brown bundles, which are stuffed with fillings both savory and sweet. The smoky BLT, for instance, oozes with pepperjack cheese and chipotle mayo, while sweet crepes pack in classic flavors such as Nutella, strawberries, and brown sugar. Utensils can come in handy, however, when attacking one of the eatery’s fresh salads, which meld fresh spinach, chopped romaine, and other greens with diced veggies, cheese, dried fruit, and slices of meats.

Co-owner Keven Paizannoglou founded the first It’s Just Crepes with his wife and partner, Karrah, after realizing how much he missed the crepes he’d enjoyed in his native Greece. Now, more than 20 employees serve up the delectable treats from three trendy dining spots decorated with blue and orange hues and contemporary white furnishings.

39 E Court St
Cincinnati,
OH
US

When Ronn Teitelbaum opened the first Johnny Rockets location in 1986, his goal was to create a restaurant where people could escape the postmodern blues of everyday life and experience a taste of time-honored Americana. The name itself is a nod to this ideal?it combines the star of a classic American fable, Johnny Appleseed, and a classic car, Oldsmobile?s beefy Rocket 88. The chain now makes itself at home in America's cultural landmarks, including Yankee Stadium and the Flamingo Hotel.

During dinners at the famous burger joints, you?ll see signs of simpler times, starting with the cooks and servers. Dressed head to toe in white, including white paper hats, they look like they?ve fallen out of a wormhole from the 1950s ready to sling shakes and cook up some eats. Behind a stainless-steel bar lined with red leather stools they tend to their traditional diner fare, including burgers and melts with sides such as chili-cheese fries and onion rings. Riding sidecar to each meal is a collection of hand-dipped and hand-spun floats, shakes, and malts topped with whipped cream.

7800 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati,
OH
US

The chefs at Blue Elephant Restaurant craft Thai curries, Japanese sushi, and Italian pasta dishes, tying them all together with the common thread of fresh ingredients and careful preparation. They specially order ingredients that are not available locally to ensure that each dish contains the freshest possible items. Basil leaves flavor the Thai-style basil chicken, and cashews add salt and crunch to mango chicken. Within sushi rolls, thinly sliced fish such as tuna and salmon complement the silky texture of cream cheese and avocado.

Prior to establishing the restaurant, the owners committed themselves to observing environmentally responsible building practices. As a result, the entire building is constructed from sustainable and recyclable materials. Energy-efficient light bulbs illuminate the dining room, and a geo-thermal heating and cooling system regulates the temperature. On stormy days, an onsite pond directs raindrops into the soil, preventing them from falling into a gutter or discarded chip bag.

2912 Wasson Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US