Restaurants in South Sioux City

Half Off Sandwiches at Hero Deli

1900 E Military

$30 $15

Sub sandwiches, gyros, 3-foot subs, and catering

Up to 50% Off American Food at Rookies Sports Bar and Grill

Sioux Falls

$20 $11

Entertainment abounds at this comedy club and sports bar that serves popcorn shrimp, California–style burgers with guacamole, and steaks

Long John Silver's – 50% Off

Sioux Falls

$6 $3

The company has made a push for a healthier menu, supporting sustainably caught seafood and opening its ingredients list to the public

Pizza Ranch – 50% Off Pizza and Chicken

Sioux Falls (E 10th Only)

$50 $25

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Large buffet of pizzas and broasted chicken; restaurant menu with build-your-own pies and chicken dinners

Up to 54% Off American Food at Jay's Restaurant & Lounge

Sanborn

$20 $11

Diners can check out the restaurant's arcade games before enjoying weekly specials such as wing night and all-you-can-eat broasted chicken

45% Off Asian Cuisine at Taste of Asia

Central Omaha

$20 $11

Traditional Asian dishes hail from all parts of the continent; perennial favorites include the pho soup and pad thai

48% Off Modern American Prix Fixe Dinner at Dolce

Northwest Omaha

$58 $30

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Meals start with a shared appetizer, a soup or salad, an entree such as an American Kobe flat-iron steak, and a shared dessert

$10 for Sushi at Matsu Sushi

Downtown

$20 $10

(262)

Extensive sushi menu features inventive house seafood and vegetarian maki or fresh, delicate slices of nigiri

50% Off Asian Fusion Food at Mekong Restaurant

South Omaha

$20 $10

Diners dig into Asian fusion dishes such as pho, grilled lemongrass chicken, and fresh seafood at an eatery open seven days a week

Up to 51% Off Moroccan at Marrakech Restaurant

Gifford Park

$20 $10

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Entrees such as veggie and lamb tagine cooked in a clay pot and chicken and shrimp curry, plus wraps and paninis

$10 for Vietnamese Food at Saigon Surface

Downtown

$20 $10

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A Saigon native cooks up vermicelli bowls with wild prawns, oxtail pho with brisket, and grilled pork in a modern, lounge-like environment

50% Off Indian Food at Paradise Biryani Pointe

Northwest Omaha

$20 $10

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Chefs specialize in authentic recipes from across India, such as palak paneer with cheese and spinach, chicken tikka masala, and samosas

50% Off Pan-Asian Food at Pana 88

Midtown

$10 $5

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Chefs can whip up teriyaki dishes, mongolian beef, and peanut-butter chicken

Tanduri Fusion – Modern Indian Food

West Omaha

$30 $15

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After marinating in yogurt and spices, chicken and shrimp bake in tandoori ovens, then arrive at tables alongside roasted lamb and curries

Half Off Gourmet Burgers and Beer at BrewBurgers

South Central Omaha

$14 $7

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Chef Menard smokes and brines beef brisket and hand-forms Angus beef, bison, and lamb patties, pairing them with more than 40 craft beers

50% Off Pizza and Italian Cuisine

Elkhorn

$30 $15

Hand-made dough tossed into New York-style pizzas topped with fresh ingredients

50% Off American Cuisine at Heartland Cafe

Elkhorn

$24 $12

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Diners graze on all-day Sunday buffets while servers bustle out warm plates of roast beef sandwiches and stacks of hotcakes, bacon, and eggs

Half Off at Gusto Cuban Cafe in Ralston

South Central Omaha

$40 $20

(86)

Cuban sandwiches, shredded brisket & seafood dishes made from fresh ingredients & traditional spices

Up to 50% Off Combo Meals at Abelardo's Mexican Food

South Central Omaha

$18.98 $10

Combination meals include rice, beans, and traditional entrees such as carnitas, fish tacos, or chiles rellenos

Up to 50% Off American Home-Style Cuisine at Front Porch Eatery

Murray

$20 $11

Cozy, family-owned café serves up locally-sourced American home-style dishes such as barbecue and a Friday fish fry during Lent

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An unwavering devotion to freshness permeates Tomacelli's kitchen, where pizza chefs adorn their daily made dough with house-made sauce, all-natural cheese, and more than 50 market-fresh toppings. Millions of possible build-your-own combinations complement 23 creations brainstormed by a husband-and-wife team, from a ham-and-pineapple-studded hawaiian pie to the seafood supreme's maritime medley of fresh ingredients. Not content to recline on the edible laurels of their circular masterworks, the Tomacelli's kitchen team rounds out the menu with piping-hot pasta dishes and fresh salads.

100 River Drive
North Sioux City,
SD
US

Cherry Street Grille specializes in omelets, with 101 different varieties flipping from frying pans seven days a week and 24 hours a day on Fridays and Saturdays. Each omelet contains four eggs with flavor combinations that range from the classic denver to a chili, cheese, and onion concoction. Sweeter options include an omelet with bananas, chocolate, and peanut butter. Gravy-slathered biscuits constitute an alternative breakfast, as do massive pancakes the size of a typical medium pizza, dubbed “Mancakes” based on their macho size rather than their ability to sprout five o’clock shadows. Burgers and fried chicken sandwiches complement breakfast fare, as do succulent 10- and 14-ounce slabs of prime rib.

1122 E Cherry St
Vermillion,
SD
US

The towering street-side sign at The Roadhouse shines like a beacon onto a full bar and restaurant with a menu that plays off comfort-fare conventions and spice-steeped Cajun traditions. Drinks leave cool circles on tables as patrons circulate during special events such as ladies' night, and LCD televisions broadcast big games.

911 E Cherry St
Vermillion,
SD
US

A giant American flag subtly waves hello to patrons from its post high above a fleet of tables, and farming tools plant themselves firmly on a wall inside JoDean's Steakhouse and Lounge. The patriotic theme extends to the kitchen, where chefs grill, fry, and steam USDA Certified Choice steaks, fresh seafood, and sandwiches. More than 50 feet of covered islands emit puffs of steam during daily buffets, including everything from sirloin tips and all-you-can-eat crab legs to Sunday-morning ham-and-cheese omelets. Inside the dining room, framed prints by Bob Byerley adorn the wall, and the lounge boasts a hearty wooden bar where dates can enjoy libations and small talk about acid rain. A number of banquet rooms are available for parties of up to 250 people, and the parking lot can watch buses, RVs, and small aircraft as owners dine.

2809 Broadway Ave
Yankton,
SD
US

When the Bluejays take the court, you can expect to see a sea of bright blue shirts at the Sam & Louie's at the corner of 24th and Cuming in Omaha. The location has been one of Creighton University's homes away from home since it opened in 1994, but its welcoming atmosphere is found at each of the eatery's 24 locations. There, friends and families bond over great conversation and an eclectic mix of casual cuisine from a menu inspired by traditional New York–style pizzerias. Eighteen specialty pizzas are hand tossed into thin-crust pies before being decorated with more than 35 toppings such as creamy alfredo sauce, sliced Italian meatballs, and canadian bacon. In deference to those with special dietary needs, almost all of these specialty pizzas are available in gluten-free pizzas.

In addition to pizzas, cooks also craft their daily-made dough into calzones and strombolis, which ooze with mozzarella cheese and marinara sauce. The menu culminates in five third-pound Black Angus burgers, Italian hoagies, and eight types of pastas. In addition to hosting guests inside their welcoming pizzerias for both lunch and dinner, the cooks at Sam and Louie's also take their food on the road, offering catering services for events both large and not-so-large.

2600 West Norfolk Avenue
Norfolk,
NE
US

Nestled on the grounds of Pheasant Bonanza, Roosters overlooks hunting fields dotted with plump fowl. Chef Aaron Schroder, a hunter himself, draws inspiration from the view, infusing an ever-changing menu with fresh pheasant and other succulent cuts of meat and seafood. Though born and raised in Nebraska, Schroder cut his teeth as a chef at his mother's Italian restaurant in Seattle and then at eateries in New York City, including Mario Batali's Lupa in SoHo. Since returning to Nebraska, he has applied his skills to prepare such favorites as smoked pheasant and slow-roasted pork shoulder. His wife, April Goettle, brings 20 years of bartending experience to Roosters, where she curates an artisan drink menu alongside simple pours of whiskey and beer.

Though its menu always promises something new, Roosters' decor is a reflection of the past. Mounted animals on the walls pay homage to hunting lounges of the 1950s, and the wooden tables, chairs, and bar top pay homage to really old trees.

3097 County Road O
Tekamah,
NE
US