Restaurants in Tempe


$20 for $40 Worth of Peruvian Cuisine at Villa Peru

Villa Peru

NTNA - Indian Bend

Authentic specialties, such as mixed seafood ceviche, yucca fries, and rotisserie chicken, served in this BYOB eatery

$40 $20

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Pizza, Salads, Small Plates, and Drinks at Revo Pizzabar (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Revo Pizzabar

Tempe

Build-your-own pizza and mac ‘n’ cheese and pizzas topped in goat cheese, proscuitto, and truffle oil; and pesto, feta, and kalamata olives

$20 $13

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$16 for $25 Worth of Mexican Food at Pepe's Mexican Grill

Pepe's Mexican Grill

Tempe

Classic Mexican entrees such as chicken enchiladas, bean-and-cheese burritos, and beef nachos with guacamole

$25 $16

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Lebanese Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Mijana (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Mijana

Mijana Cooking Class

Fresh-baked pita bread and Middle Eastern cuisine such as chicken kebabs, kefta, and kibbeh

$35 $18

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Pizza and Southwest-Inspired Pub Food at Boulders on Broadway (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Boulders on Broadway

Tempe

This bar has a dedicated three-figure beer list that offers something for every taste and to go with spicy burgers as well as brunch dishes

$24 $13

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Two Greek Plates or Pita Sandwiches with Fries and Drinks at Oliveo Grill (Up to 42% Off)

Oliveo Grill

Tempe

Plates include proteins such as chicken breast with brown or white rice, tzatziki, and pita bread; classic gyros pitas

$25.68 $14.99

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Deli Food at Gandolfo’s New York Deli (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Gandolfo's New York Deli

Tempe

Inspired by New York City in both name and style, more than 70 sandwiches crafted from fresh bread are stacked with meat and cheese

$15 $7

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$24 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Breakfast or Lunch at Orange Table Tempe ($40 Total Value)

Orange Table Tempe

Orange Table- Tempe

During breakfast or lunch hours, staff create modern twists on American dishes, such as the artisan tuna melt and jalapeno pecan pancakes

$20 $12

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Two Groupons, Each Good for $14 Worth of Pitas at Pita Pit (36% Off). Three Options Available.

Pita Pit

Multiple Locations

Pitas stuffed with meat, veggies, and breakfast fixings and topped with sauces

$14 $9

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$14 for $25 Worth of Italian Food for Two at Marcello’s Pasta Grill

Marcello's Pasta Grill

Tempe

Authentic cuisine made from generations-old recipes—such as brick-oven pizza and seafood-stuffed ravioli—fills plates at family-owned eatery

$25 $14

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Comfortably nestled in the shadows of the San Tan Mountains, owner Perry Rea and his family coax silken oils out of the olives they grow in their own groves. After more than 10 years of experiments, they finally settled on planting a few more than 16 distinct varietals, which thrive in the otherwise unforgiving Arizona deserts. Extending thoughtful care to each harvest, they avoid using any pesticides or genetically modified trees, employ water-conserving drip irrigation, and hand-pluck their olives at the peak of ripeness. Within 24 hours of picking, the staff then presses the crop in order to extract oils that taste as fresh as honey taken directly from a bee's pantry. The fresh oils line the shelves of the mill's marketplace alongside imported wines and locally made goods. In addition to gourmet food items, the store stocks an extensive collection of Italian ceramics, works by local painters, and bath-and-body products infused with extra-virgin olive oil. Queen Creek Olive Mill's oils also appear on the menu of del Piero, the facility's Tuscan-inspired bistro. Based on the Rea family's own recipes, each entree incorporates organic ingredients whenever possible, including locally sourced meats and herbs from the organic garden.
2055 South Cottonwood Drive
Tempe,
AZ
US
Fire & Spice Grill features a full menu of regionally inspired cuisine, adding modern twists to traditional Native American artisan recipes, peppered with the robust flavors of Spain and Mexico. Countdown to the entree launch with a round of small plates to share, such as the Don Julio ravioli (tri-colored ravioli stuffed with queso fresco in a garlic white-wine cream sauce, $10) or the gambas al fuego (seared tiger prawns tossed with habanero butter and spicy southwest herbs, $11). For dinner, sink your teeth into an AZ spicy chicken sandwich (pan-seared chicken breast in a spicy red-chili sauce and sautéed celery, $10) or the Baron's burger with your choice of cheese ($11), or you can apply your chompers more cautiously to a succulent rack of Valley of the Sun Ribs (ancho-rubbed, hickory-barbecue-smothered ribs, slow roasted and finished on the grill, $24). Avoid accidentally poking your eye out with a piece of meat by poking your eye out with one of multiple vegetarian options such as the portobello enchiladas (zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms, green onion, and poblano peppers, topped with asadero cheese and ancho sauce, $17).
1600 S 52nd St
Tempe,
AZ
USA
This casual frozen yogurt emporium serves up chilled treats in a plethora of changing flavors for sweet-seekers to enjoy relaxing on leather couches or lounging on the tiki torch–flanked patio. Each day features a rotating cast of 12 different self-serve strains that complement cravings and diets with low-fat, non-fat, low-calorie, dairy-free, and no-sugar-added options. All orders are priced according to their total weight ($.38 per ounce) and start with a bowl, waffle cone, waffle bowl, or waffle crock pot filled with your favorite flavor, such as pomegranate tart, Nilla wafer, or the no-sugar-added peaches 'n' cream. The very berry and orange burst provide dairyless delight, and the cappuccino frozen yogurt revs up sweet tooth engines with a smooth blend of java and cream. Customers complete their culinary customization with an array of more than 30 toppings such as fresh fruit, candies, or hot fudge–infused happiness. Or, bask in the simple sapidity of an autonomous treat unburdened by embellishments.
219 E Baseline Rd
Tempe,
AZ
US
Slice into the menu with a cool, cold sandwich (five-inch to two-foot, $3.99–$12.99) such as the veggie sub, with your choice of three cheeses and avocado, the salami-turkey-provolone, or the ham-salami-capicolla-pepperoni-provolone. Load a gastronomic cargo carrier with a combo meal, which includes a 22-ounce fountain drink and chips (add $2.25), or turn on the mouth heat with a stomach-warming griller, such as the 12-inch NY steak and cheese on ciabatta ($7.99) or the 8-inch barbecue pulled pork ($6.29). Any sandwich can also be made into a wrap for those with a fear of cylindrical objects caused by H.G. Wells ($5.59).
1342 W Warner Rd
Tempe,
AZ
US
Philly's lively, sporty atmosphere partners with traditional bar food and a plethora of happy hour specials and daily drink deals to deliver a reprieve from weekday tedium. Gnaw on beer-battered mozzarella sticks ($6.99) and a bacon cheeseburger ($8.49) while peeping the HDTVs lining the indoor bar, or soothe a multitude of stomachs with a sampler platter ($9.95) and a mountain of muy macho nachos ($7.75). An outdoor patio is peppered with fire pits to warm hands and melt pocket-chocolates.
1826 North Scottsdale Road
Tempe,
AZ
US
Zuma satisfies food-related cravings with a menu that drops easy-to-read hints about tasty American eats. Start with a heap of sirloin steak nachos, piled with cheddar, jalapeños, black olives, and onions and served with sour cream, guacamole, and salsa ($7.95), or a dozen chicken wings with medium, hot, AZ hot, barbecue, or teriyaki sauce ($7.25). Diners can sic their canines on one of Zuma’s nine different burgers, including the Zuma burger—a chipotle-infused patty topped with gooey swiss cheese and guacamole ($8.25)—a bacon cheeseburger ($8.25), and a veggie burger ($7.95). Pair any burger with beer-battered steak fries, shoestring fries, onion rings, a cup of soup, cottage cheese, or a side salad. Zuma also concocts a classic Philly sandwich ($7.95) and expands the standard BLT by adding avocado and inexplicably calling it the BLTA ($7.95). Zuma's grill is open until 10 p.m., but stomachs that stick around later can behold the transformation from grill into party-ready lounge, a post-sunset metamorphosis that keeps patrons more entertained than watching a caterpillar turn into Mothra and destroy Tucson.
605 S Mill Ave
Tempe,
AZ
US
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