Restaurants in Oildale

$15 for $30 Worth of Southern-Style Steak-House Cuisine for Two or More at Logan's Roadhouse

Logan's Roadhouse - Bakersfield

Riviera/Westchester

$30 $15

Mesquite wood-grilled steaks, baby back ribs, grilled-chicken, and specialty salads are complemented by selection of beer and cocktails

$20 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Mauricio's Grill and Cantina ($40 Total Value)

Mauricio's Grill and Cantina

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(51)

Grilled chicken or vegetarian burritos, pork chili verde, and sautéed chipotle shrimp served inside brightly colored bar and grill

Steak and New American Food at The Bistro (50% Off). Two Options Available.

The Bistro

Bakersfield

$50 $25

Seated in the casual bar or more upscale dining room, guests enjoy American bistro classics, including seafood and steak

$35 for $50 Worth of Steak-House Cuisine and Drinks for Lunch or Dinner at Steak & Grape Restaurant

Steak and Grape

Fruitvale

$50 $35

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Carefully curated wine selection complements choice steaks, handmade burgers, and fresh seafood in rustic steak house

Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Lunch or $12 for $20 Worth of Dinner at Jerry's Pizza

Jerry's Pizza

Jerry's Pizza

$5 $3

Freshly made pizzas topped with jalapeños, canadian bacon, or veggies; juicy burgers and sandwiches; cheesy calzones stuffed with chicken

$10 for Two Vouchers for American Diner Food at Pappy's Coffee Shop ($20 Value)

Pappy's Coffee Shop

Bakersfield

$10 $5

(29)

Large breakfast burritos sate morning appetites, plus chicken-fried steak & burgers in a homestyle diner decorated with American memorabilia

$6.50 for $15 Worth of Breakfast or Lunch at Cope's Knotty Pine Cafe

Cope's Knotty Pine Cafe

Bakersfield

$15 $6.50

(143)

Generous portions of pancakes, eggs, sandwiches, and steaks; antiques and knickknacks adorn rustic wooden walls

$10 for Two $10 Vouchers for Sandwiches and Sides at Heidi's Brooklyn Deli

Heidi's Brooklyn Deli

Bakersfield

$10 $5

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This popular deli chain serves dozens of types of sandwiches, baked subs, and soups served in bread bowls

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Locals linger at the counters of Cope’s Knotty Pine Cafe, chatting over steaming cups of coffee. Antiques and knickknacks speckle the wheat-hued wooden walls above booths and tables. Behind the counter, servers bustle, warmed by a griddle, and balance plates of omelets, burgers, and fried seafood. The dishes are all forged from recipes that might have been passed down through generations or discovered in extremely rough drafts of the Constitution.

1530 Norris Rd
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Camille's menu is stocked with casual, healthy cuisine in coastal and Mediterranean flavors. Favorite tastes include apples-walnut tuna, carrots, olives and pepper jack cheese in an apple-walnut tuna salad ($6.99) and the freshly made café chicken salad with sunflower seeds ($6.99). Wraps, sandwiches, and paninis are served with fresh chips and salsa, and personal flatbread pizzas make a tasty 2D treat. Smoothies blended with real fruit and come in seven palate-pleasing combinations to satisfy the seven palates standard in humans.

3615 Coffee Rd
Bakersfield,
CA
US

A local institution for more than 40 years, Bakersfield Music Theatre pulls in patrons with a schedule of major Broadway musicals and other songful spectacles. Stop by on October 8 for a one-night-only performance of Direct from Vegas: Frank Sinatra, featuring Gary Corsello crooning un-remixed versions of Sinatra classics such as “Luck Be a Lady” and “Come Fly With Me” to the orchestral accompaniment of five full-sized musicians. The hit musical Chicago (November 13, 14, and 20) follows the exploits of a pair of femme fatales driven to murder by the stiff breezes of the Windy City, while "This and That: A Night of Song and Dance" (February 26) combines the mouth-powered melodies of Bakersfield Music Theatre with the legendary leggery of the Civic Dance Center. Hairspray (April 30, May 1, and May 7) caps the season with the tuneful tale of a teenage dance queen whose fancy footwork and well-kempt coiffure help her to defeat her enemies, the Philadelphia Eagles.

1241 G Street
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Too Fat Sandwiches has been perfecting its recipes for more than 25 years, offering thick sandwiches in half, whole, and jumbo sizes on homemade, freshly baked bread. Cold sandwiches, such as the Too Fat Special ($6–$10), are stuffed with leaf lettuce, tomatoes, onions, wax peppers, and parmesan cheese and are sprinkled with an oil-and-vinegar dressing for a tastesperience as sensational as a traveling carnival that transforms adults into weeping babies. Too Fat can also stuff children with the kid's meal, which includes a sandwich, chips, cookie, drink, activity pack, and kid's cup ($5), a critical layer of defense for little leaguers. Or, try any of Too Fat's hot sandwiches, including the Killer Pastrami ($6–$10). On Thursdays, Too Fat's Tri Tip sandwich ($5.75–$10) is barbecued onsite and topped with salsa or barbecue sauce.

1825 F St
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Originally created by two brothers from New Jersey back in 1972, Port of Subs has come a long way from the little sub shop in Nevada it once was. Scooped up by an entrepreneur, the modest shop was purchased by John Larsen, who made the paradigm-shifting discovery that folks like fresh, quality sandwiches that are quick and easy. At each of the 140 locations, visitors can find classic cold deli sandwiches, hot, pressed panini, and healthy wraps. While Port of Subs sandwiches are available at these myriad franchised locations across the West, the eatery's commitment to quality at each shop remains the same, unlike anything in French politics before 1950.

7950 White Ln
Bakersfield,
CA
US

Since 1999, when Pete A. Cisneros Sr. opened Pappy's Coffee Shop, the rustic, homestyle eatery has attracted locals with generous portions of classic American diner food. From 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. every day, chefs sizzle eggs alongside chicken-fried steak, jumbo cuts of ham, or fried bologna, and pile plates with seven-grain pancakes and waffles. Their 8-ounce burgers can arrive with Freedom fries or fried okra, and charming, 1-quart mason jars of cold soft drinks. The walls boast American and oil-rig-inspired memorabilia, creating an ambiance more down-home and eclectic than the vintage furniture-juggling contest at the state fair.

10595 Rosedale Hwy
Bakersfield,
CA
US