Food & Drink in West New York

Jamba Juice – 42% Off Freshly Squeezed Juice

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

$6.95 $4

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

Up to 92% Off Standup Comedy

LoL New York


$30 $5

Club hosts some of the city's funniest standups, with regular appearances by up-and-coming locals and vets of national comedy festivals

Up to 53% Off Café Meal and Wine at Margot Patisserie

Margot Patisserie

Upper West Side

$40 $19

Twosomes clink wine glasses over a meal of sandwiches or quiche paired with salads and eclairs

Up to 63% Off Wine and Cheese Tasting at Proud Wineaux

Proud Wineaux

Multiple Locations

$200 $75

Wine enthusiast leads guests through blind tastings while plying them with cheeses and homemade tapas

50% Off Asian Fusion Cuisine at Amaze Fusion & Lounge

Amaze Fusion & Lounge

Sutton Place

$40 $20


Fiber-optic chandeliers and tall, arched ceilings provide an elegant backdrop for Asian fusion cuisine

Up to 46% Off at Fabio Piccolo Fiore

Fabio Piccolo Fiore

Midtown East

$110 $65


Choose from a special prix-fixe menu during dinner at this Italian mainstay in Midtown Manhattan.

Up to 35% Off Four-Course Russian Feast at Onegin


West Village

$690 $449


Charcuterie, salmon, and caviar served among canopied chairs and glistening crystal chandeliers

Up to 42% Off Greek Cuisine at Souvlaki GR

Souvlaki GR

Lower East Side

$30 $19


Specialty souvlakia and mezedes appear throughout a menu of classic Greek island cuisine, which earned praise from the New York Times

Up to 45% Off at EZ Grill NYC

EZ Grill NYC


$10 $5.50

Gyros, falafel, spicy cheese dip, burgers, and salads served in neighborhood spot with relaxed atmosphere

Up to 62% Off at The Liberty Diner

The Liberty Diner

New York

$113 $45

Times Square landmark serves modern diner eats such as barbecue pork ribs and hot pastrami with a side of Broadway glamor

Up to 51% Off Burgers and Drinks at Bar 515

Bar 515

Murray Hill

$45 $22


Angus burgers, cheesesteaks, or mozzarella and tomato paninis paired with guacamole or potato skins and draft beers or specialty drinks

Up to 50% Off Upscale Italian Cuisine at IL Tesoro Ristorante

IL Tesoro Ristorante

Upper East Side

$40 $20


Italian sausage, fresh grilled seafood, fresh organic pastas, and other Old World Italian dishes

Up to 52% Off American Cuisine at Brooklyn Colony

Brooklyn Colony


$25 $12


Mozzarella-drenched steak heroes, crab cakes with housemade tartar sauce and corn relish, domestic and imported brews, and cocktails

Tom's Restaurant from Seinfeld – 32% Off Gift Card

Tom's Restaurant

Tom's Restaurant

$25 $17


Diner known as Monk's Café in Seinfeld serves up omelets, chocolate-chip pancakes, and jumbo bagels, as well as wraps and burgers

Half Off Moroccan Food and Hookah at Kiosk


East Harlem

$30 $15


Moroccan café pairs authentic cuisine such as baba ganoush and kebabs with hookah and live music

Up to 31% Off Dinner for Two at Giano Restaurant

Giano Restaurant

East Village

$100 $69


Homemade tagliatelle, imported mozzarella, and balsamic-glazed filet mignon served inside a candlelit dining room

Up to 55% Off Italian Brunch for Two at Tre Stelle

Tre Stelle

Tre Stelle

$56 $25


Italian-inspired brunch menu includes eggs benedict with bacon, scrambled eggs with cured meats, and mozzarella-and-spinach omelets

Half Off Pool, Ping-50%Pong, and Pizza

Eastside Billiards & Bar

New York

$46 $23

Savor slices of pizza during two-hour rounds of ping-pong or billiards at a pool hall with more than 15 Brunswick Gold Crown III tables

Up to 59% Off at Anatolia Mediterranean Cuisine

Anatolia Mediterranean Cuisine

Upper East Side

$95.60 $39.95


Marinated chicken and lamb sizzle on a grill; entrees such as sea trout and tiger shrimp precede desserts including housemade baklava

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Rouge Tomate's executive chef, Jeremy Bearman, doesn't just transform local and seasonal ingredients into Michelin-rated American dishes. With help from the restaurant's staff nutritionist, he ensures his cooking techniques keep the nutritional value of every leaf and bean intact—and provide up to 30% of each diner's daily nutritional intake. Appetizers such as toast with celery-root rémoulade and quail egg prelude entrees such as truffle risotto tinted black with squid ink, and grass-fed new york strip steaks with horseradish gnocchi. Desserts such as meyer-lemon Bombes with chamomile mousse and pine-nut brittle end meals on a sweet note, and more than 200 types of wine, including organic, biodynamic, and bionic varietals, complement meals from start to finish.

14 E 60th St
New York,

If you were to stop into Uway Café in the morning, and then again at night, you might think it's a different place. And in many ways, it is.

During the day, Uway is a breakfast and lunch nook, doling out made-from-scratch sustenance in the form of hand-rolled artisan bagels, Belgian-style waffles, and more than a dozen sandwiches on 10 different types of bread.

But after the sun goes down or gets shattered by a wayward satellite, the café undergoes a transformation. Festive track lighting glimmers to life, music pulsates through the speakers, and servers begin pouring New York–based beers from 24 different taps. In this environment, guests set aside the day's work and turn their focus toward charcoal-grilled skewers, made-to-order sushi, build-your-own pastas, and shareable small bites.

74 5th Avenue
New York,

Joey Allaham had a goal: rescue kosher dining from its niche-market status and prove its universal worth. Lucky for him, he’s a fourth-generation butcher who understood that the appeal of tender, dry-aged slabs of meat knows no limits. Teaming up with executive chef David Kolotkin, Joey opened The Prime Grill, a wood-paneled steakhouse that continuously tops Zagat’s list of best New York kosher restaurants. Famous for their USDA prime steaks, which come from an in-house dry-aging room, the team prepares glatt kosher cuts of meat such as a pepper-crusted 10-oz. filet, a Texas-style 14-oz. rib eye, and an 18-oz. black angus filet that could make a serving plate join a gym. Sides such as steak fries drizzled in truffle oil, and desserts such as molten chocolate cake, make the meal complete.

60 East 49th Street
New York,

Most sculptures aren't the kind you can eat. But the opposite is true at 212 Steakhouse, where chefs arrange gourmet steaks and seafood into striking, edible art pieces whose vivid colors match their bright flavors. Green and red tomato coins balance atop scallops and purple stems; charred lamb chops lead the way to the tender meat beneath; and servers deliver marbled cuts of Kobe beef to tables. But before steaks are seared and served, every single one is selected by hand. That same painstaking level of curation also applies to the branzino sea bass, tuna tartar, and blue crab cakes. Even the bar boasts an array of infused liquors steeped with ingredients such as organic tea and truffle caviar that are as fun to drink in cocktails as they are to not share with tablemates.

316 East 53rd Street
New York,

EZ Grill NYC's name says it all: everything about the eatery brims with ease. Tucked into a corner of the Bronx, the neighborhood spot draws in customers with its welcoming, diner-like storefront. Once inside, its menu reiterates why its name is so fitting: everything is organized into level-of-hunger categories including "Not So Hungry," "Now I'm Hungry," and "Now I'm Starving." If they're "Not So Hungry," diners can try the Greek yogurt dip Tsaziki or a chicken skewer. The "Now I'm Hungry" category offers up sandwiches and gyros of the pork and chicken variety, and "Now I'm Starving" dishes silence rumbling bellies with falafel platters, lamb skewer platters, and EZ burgers smothered in bacon, Swiss cheese, caramelized onions, and BBQ sauce.

790 Lydig Ave.
New York,

At first glance, Meemo Tapas Sport looks a lot like your typical sports bar: flat screens hanging throughout (36 to be exact) and fans sporting jerseys or replicas of WWE title belts. But unlike many sports bars, the menu is more thoughtful than the standard menu of chicken wings and burgers. Those classics make an appearance, sure, but there's also a sophisticated selection of tapas created by chef Roberto Alvarez, who spent a few years training and eating in Spain. This part of the menu includes mushroom croquettes and seared scallops with fried plantains. There's also full-sized entrees such as new york strip steak, and a weekend brunch menu with apple crepes.

735 10th Ave.
New York,

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