Food & Drink in Raymondville

Up to 47% Off at Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip

Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip


$12 $7

Relive the best part of childhood with old-fashioned cookies, cookie cakes, and other bakery treats

The Historic Cine El Rey Theatre – Up to 45% Off Standup

Cine El Rey Theatre

McAllen Historic Business Redevelopment

$20 $11

Weekly comedy shows that feature professional touring comedians as seen on HBO & Comedy Central great for date nights or friend outings

43% Off International Cuisine at Gazpacho's by Las Tablitas

Gazpacho's by Las Tablitas


$30 $17.25


Menu includes ceviche tapas, poblana crepes with chicken, poblano peppers, corn, and cheese au gratin, cubana subs, and fish tacos

Jamba Juice—40% Off Freshly Squeezed Juice

Jamba Juice

Jamba Juice- Moore Plaza (Corpus)

$6.27 $3.75

Freshly squeezed juices are delicious, nutritious and a great way to get daily vitamins and minerals your body needs to fuel the day.

40% Off Diner Food at Hamlin Pharmacy and Fountain

Hamlin Pharmacy and Fountain

Central City

$10 $6


'60s-style diner serves up cheeseburgers, chili cheese fries, milkshakes, hot dogs, root-beer floats, banana splits, and hot breakfasts

52% Off Artisanal Cafe Food and Drinks at Coffee Waves

Coffee Waves

Multiple Locations

$21 $10

Artisan espresso drinks, sandwiches, and house-made gelato served in cozy space with leather seating and exposed brick and stone

Up to 55% Off at Yolanda’s Specialty Cakes

Yolanda's Specialty Cakes

South Side

$54 $25


Chocolate, fondant, and buttercream frostings spread across chocolate and vanilla cakes with fillings such as parisian pineapple

Half Off Tea and Baked Goods at Lotus Dreams Tea

Lotus Dreams Tea

South Side

$10 $5

Browse more than 30 types of loose-leaf teas from around the globe inside a rich, plush interior; fresh baked goods such as cupcakes

52% Off at Lollycakes Cupcakes

Lollycakes Cupcakes

Bay Area

$27 $13


Tasty cupcakes in flavors such as J’s pineapple express—a coconut-pineapple cupcake with pineapple-coconut cream-cheese frosting

Up to 54% Off at Russo's Coal Fired Italian Kitchen

Russo's Coal Fired Italian Kitchen

South Side

$39.10 $18


Chefs fire pizzas in coal ovens along with ultra-thin pizza napoletana, sandwiches, and eggplant parmesan

43% Off Central Mexican Breakfast at Molé


Bay Area

$14 $8


Eatery showcases flavors of Central Mexico with dishes such as divorced eggs, enchiladas with eggs, and mexican benedicts

Select Local Merchants

The cakes created by bakers at A Piece Of Cake By Ybarra's don't fit inside any sort of box—both figuratively and literally. Each cake showcases a different style, such as a five-tiered wedding creation with red flowers flowing down its side, a birthday cake molded into the shape of Thomas the Tank Engine, and a colorful pile of small cakes crowned with clusters of mini balloons. What the cakes do have in common is that they're frosted and filled with creative flavors, from almond or chocolate-mint cake to fudge-chocolate or pineapple buttercream frosting.

202 E Harrison Ave

Garden Gourmet slakes stomach suspirations with a menu ripe with mouthwatering vegetarian and vegan dishes. Amid a casual ambience, guests can coronate a meal or accentuate a lively debate with an appetizer, such as the vegan tabouli salad—a savory concotion of couscous and millet mixed with tomato, black olive, cucumber, cilantro, olive oil, and lemon ($6.99)—or a main plate, such as the vegetarian burger—an oat garden patty with mozzarella and chipotle vegenaise served with tempura onion rings and choice of veggie chips or sweet-potato fries ($8.50). Guests can also relish the timeless satisfaction of the vegan falafel dish, which blends cilantro-infused papaya chutney with seasoned garbanzo patties and fresh spinach. Beyond partaking in sit-down satiation, customers can also freely browse Garden Gourmet's vegetarian grocery section, stocked with fresh-baked grains and pastries.

623 West Business 83

Seafood is the specialty at Casa de Marisco. The chefs serve everything from fish and shrimp to quesadillas and generously portioned botana platters that could feed Paul Bunyan and his brother Jeff.

502 W Pike Blvd

The warm aroma of freshly baked waffle cones envelops every nook and cranny of Marble Slab Creamery, revving up guests’ senses with the promise of impending decadence. As the hand-rolled cones tan in their ovens, the store’s staff bustles about the premises whipping up fresh batches of premium ice cream in the onsite creamery and helping patrons select a flavor from a list of more than 60 options. This chef-driven dedication to gourmet ice cream began in 1983 with the company’s founding in Houston, Texas, when two French chefs were enlisted to create a recipe for Marble Slab Creamery’s signature sweet-cream ice cream using their culinary expertise.

Today, staffers utilize the frozen-slab technique of ice-cream architecture, scooping each customer’s choice of ice cream and mix-ins onto a chilled marble slab to mix the separate elements into one custom mélange. Though specializing in cone-based ice-cream treats, Marble Slab Creamery also offers a menu full of other scream-worthy confections, including cakes, shakes, and pie à la mode.

4001 North 2nd Street
Mc Allen,

From its corner on McPherson and Del Mar, this 10-flavor fortress of self-serve frozen yogurt tops each treat with towers of more than 30 toppings. Fro-yo funambulists take their first step through Sweet Spot's edible obstacle course with a rotating roster of flavors ($0.39 per oz.) that includes chocolate, kiwi, acai berry, and green tea. After filling up your bowl or bowler hat with a pileup of frozen flavors, you can tailor it to your taste buds with peaches, fresh-cut strawberries, freeze-dried love, and a host of other delicious toppings. As emphasized by Sweet's Spots facts page, frozen yogurt contains a number of nourishing ingredients that aid digestion, strengthen bones, and—when topped with fresh fruit—give you the ability to smell time.

7609 McPherson Rd

Executive chef Marcela Cantu employs extensive culinary training and fine ingredients to infuse each plate on The Ristretto's menu with palate-pleasing passion. Diners can pep-talk taste buds with appetizers such as bruschetta topped with herb-marinated tomatoes ($6.99), or funghi farcito, stuffed mushrooms accessorized with shrimp and crowned with cheese ($7.99). Move on to popular pasta plates such as the fetuccine alfredo with grilled chicken ($9.99) or farfalle al pesto ($9.99) inviting chicken, basil, and pine nuts to a tan-tie affair hosted by garlic olive oil sauce. The more meatily-inclined can select from ample options of chicken and fish, or savor eggplant parmigiana ($10.99) to sate an herbaceous appetite. Pull up a chair in the cozy dining room to set the scene for a romantic evening with a special ladyfriend or amicable gentlemanchum.

1102 W University Dr