Restaurants in Oklahoma

$12 for Sushi and Stir-Fry at Nhinja Sushi and Wok TULSA

Nhinja Sushi and Wok

Nhinja Sushi

$20 $12

Healthy sushi and stir-fry options in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere

Up to 47% Off Italian Cuisine at Benvenuti's Ristorante

Benvenuti's Ristorante


$30 $17


Formally trained chef crafts traditional Italian dishes with imported pastas & locally sourced ingredients

53% Off Burgers at C.J. Moloney's

C.J. Moloney's

Broken Arrow

$15 $7


Seasoned half-pound burgers with melted cheese, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, and pickles serve two or four

Half Off American Food at Cafe USA

Cafe USA


$14 $7


Using oil without trans-fats, chefs fry up pickle and green bean starters, cook burgers, and craft hearty pancake and egg platters

45% Off at NuNu's Mediterranean Cafe

NuNu's Mediterranean Cafe

Northwest Oklahoma City

$20 $11


Cook follows Lebanese family recipes to forge Mediterranean specialties such as falafels, chicken and beef kebabs, and cabbage rolls

40% Off at Fontana Italian Restaurant

Fontana Italian Restaurant


$20 $12


Family-owned eatery blankets lobster ravioli with creamy, pink sauce and swathes tender veal in crunchy coats of parmigiana breading

Up to 46% Off at Inca Trail Peruvian Restaurant

Inca Trail Peruvian Resaurant

Bethany Location (NEW)

$14 $8

Peruvian fare such as grilled steak and sea bass as well as vegetarian dishes reflect traditional Incan home cooking

$6 for Sandwiches and Coffee at Althea’s Vault Café and Bakery

Althea’s Vault Café and Bakery


$12 $6


Fair-trade Firetrade Coffee served with biscuits, cinnamon rolls, and muffins, as well as artisanal sandwiches, burgers, and salads

50% Off Mediterranean Food at Sinbad Rotisserie Chicken

Sinbad Rotisserie Chicken

Broken Arrow

$14 $7


Mediterranean restaurant serves up roasted chicken, beef shawarma, and crispy falafel

Shorty Small's – Up to 45% Off American Cuisine

Shorty Small's

Southwest Oklahoma City

$20 $11


Saloon-inspired diner slings barbecued meats, blackened catfish, and salads topped with fried or pulled chicken

47% Off Deli Fare at Family Back Creek Deli & Gifts

Family Back Creek Deli & Gifts

Broken Arrow Heights

$15 $8


Deli sandwiches with roast beef or signature chicken salad pair with steaming cups of baked-potato soup at this restaurant with a gift shop

42% Off Healthy Deli Food at Health Nut Cafe

Health Nut Cafe

Oklahoma City

$6 $3.50


Black-bean burgers, salads, and specialty smoothies recharge bodies with nutritional ingredients at healthy deli

40% Off at Kang’s Asian Bistro

Kang's Asian Bistro

Central Oklahoma City

$20 $12


Noodle soups; lemongrass chicken alongside rolls with crab, green onion, masago, spicy mayo; other fillings at glossy, crimson tables

45% Off at Paw Paws Hamburgers

Paw Paws Hamburgers


$20 $11


Eatery opened since 1968 serves diner food such as hamburgers, chicken strips, grilled cheese sandwiches, liver and onions, and fries

50% Off High Tea at Nibbles Cafe

Nibbles Cafe


$39.90 $20


Light from beaded lamps falls across warm, made-from-scratch scones draped in clotted cream alongside gilt tea sets

40% Off Italian Cuisine at Spaghetti Warehouse

Spaghetti Warehouse

Oklahoma City

$20 $12


Hand-rolled meatballs, 15-layer lasagna, and chicken parmigiana decorate tables at historical warehouse restaurants brimming with antiques

$4.50 for Root-Beer Floats at Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand

Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand


$9 $4.50


Staffers scoop vanilla ice cream into mugs of all-natural root beer at this long-running restaurant, run by the founder's great-grandson

Half Off Fresh-Made Food at Brunch at Sarah's

Brunch at Sarah's

Country Hollow

$14 $7


In a scaled-down space, fresh-made brunch dishes include sandwiches, pancakes, and omelets crafted with organic ingredients when possible

Ron's Hamburgers and Chili – 40% Off

Ron's Hamburgers and Chili


$25 $15

Snack on classic burgers, cups of chili, hamburger steaks, and other American favorites such as chicken-fried steak

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The cooks at Chubby’s Chicken & Grill pride themselves on doing up whole and half chickens however their guests would like—grilled, fried, or seared with laser vision. But they don’t stop at just chicken. Inside the casual eatery, guests can dig into hearty, home-style eats such as fried pickles, fried green beans, and burgers. On game nights, they pile in for domestic and imported brews and to cheer for their favorite polo horse, and on Tuesdays, they dig into all-you-can-eat catfish feasts.

7640 NW Expy, Ste 211
Oklahoma City,

When owner Jim Loggin opened Chicory and Chives as a country comfort-food diner, he began with just a few Cajun items. Over time, the aromas of buttery country goodness and Cajun spices soaked into the clothes of passersby, igniting cravings for the two-headed fare each time they donned their favorite passing-by sweaters. Comfort items such as fresh-ground, handmade burgers ($4.99–$8.59) and fried or blackened catfish ($8.49–$8.79) are popular palate pleasers, but the Cajun dishes are the diner's objet d'art. Today's Groupon will fill both of your stomachs and keep your wallet full with Cajun specialties like the shrimp or crawfish etouffee ($8.49), a rich medley of fresh seafood swathed in a buttery Cajun gravy served over rice with cheesy bread, a side salad, and seasonal vegetable. Chicory and Chives also offers hearty gumbo, soups, salads, po' boys, and wraps.

5800 S Lewis Ave

After a series of kitchen experiments, Jake Wigley finally did it: he created the perfect chili to top Nathan’s brand all-beef hot dogs. Today, Jake rises bright and early each and every day to create and re-create his hard-earned recipe from scratch for his menu of regionally inspired coneys. He piles the Carolina with chili and coleslaw, slathers the Western with the perfect balance of barbecue sauce and cheese, and constructs the classic, famous coney with chili, mustard, and enough onions to make a statue cry. Aside from Nathan’s dogs, Jake also grills brats and ladles chili over spaghetti or directly into bowls for spoon-assisted consumption.

613 S Broadway

Determined to keep their students interested and engaged, the instructors of Wine and Palette hold classes at myriad locations throughout the city. Each class focuses on a different art piece, be it a painting of a stained-glass window, a multihued owl, or an autumn farm scene. Additionally, each artist brings their own outlook and skills to the class, helping students learn specific brush strokes and how to touch up their daily driver so it looks just like the sheriff’s squad car.

9219 Lake Hefner Pkwy
Oklahoma City,

Despite their nomadic tendencies, hot-dog carts are known to show up in the nick of time to crush hunger with bun-filled offerings. The Dog House's carts pop up after concerts and events at Cain's Ballroom, Brady Theater, and Flytrap Music Hall, aiding night owls in need of juicy encased meats. Hungry citizens can operate their own hand shovels to devour tasty franks, including the hot link dog, smothered in mustard and sauerkraut ($4), and the popular Tulsa dog, loaded with mustard, crispy bacon, onions, and peppers, and topped with a spicy-sweet Head Country barbecue sauce ($5). The Seattle dog bathes in a creamy pool of spicy mustard, onions, and cream cheese ($4), and for an extra $1, chips and a soda can be paired with any dog for maximum chowing.

423 North Main Street

Since the first Johnnie's Charcoal Broiler began making freshly ground hamburgers in 1971, the grill gurus have mastered the art of real charcoal grilling, churning out more than 30,000 meaty spheres each week. Carnivorous canines croon for the hamburger cloaked in chili and cheese ($5.19), and patty purists gawk over the classic cheeseburger topped with Johnnie's signature sauce, mayo, and pickles ($4.79) . The veggie burger ($4.19) is a garden-graced patty with southwestern flair that often finds refuge in a mound of cheese fries ($2.99–$3.99). Johnnie's slices 500 pounds of onions each morning before hand battering the tear-inducing wheels to create one ring to rule them all, or crispy, golden mountains of onion rings to feed hungry hobbits ($2.59+). After an ideal meal, reanimate tired taste buds with the gooey blackberry cobbler ($2.59) or a slice of homemade pecan pie ($1.99).

33 E 33rd St