Food & Drink in West New York

Comic Strip Live – Up to 79% Off Standup

Comic Strip Live

Comic Strip Live

$46.56 $10

Nightly lineups include TV-tested personalities and up-and-coming performers

Hot Dog Happy Hour Hosted by Mo Rocca

Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE

The Standard, High Line

$160 $99

CBS correspondent and former "Daily Show" personality Mo Rocca hosts a Groupon-exclusive hot-dog tasting in The Standard's Biergarden

Up to 37% Off Tapas Dinner for Two at Euzkadi



$86.75 $55


Michelin-recommended eatery with salmon a la plancha, roasted duck meatballs, mixed spanish olives, and flan or deep-fried truffles

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 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

Up to 60% Off Italian Cuisine at Sofia Italian Grill

Sofia Italian Grill

New York

$277 $110


Four-course dinner with classic dishes such as veal carciofini, porterhouse steak, and salmon portofino

Half Off Latin Fusion Cuisine and Drinks at Cask15NYC


College Point

$80 $40

Latin fusion cuisine such as noodles with tender beef and fried plantains served amid lively atmosphere

Half Off Drinks and Upscale Pub Grub at Stone Creek

Stone Creek


$40 $20


Tree trunk tables and stone walls envelop guests in a woodsy atmosphere as they sip craft beers and enjoy upscale pub grub

Up to 65% Off Dinner at Cornerstone Restaurant & Cafe

Cornerstone Restaurant & Cafe

East Village

$82 $29


American eatery serves free-range, all-natural meats transformed into classic dishes such as chicken parmigiana or roasted lamb shank

Up to 54% Off Burros at Philly Cheesesteak House

Philly Cheesesteak House

West New York

$19.50 $9


Rice, beans, house dressing, and your choice of meat come together in a burrito-like meal

Up to 54% Off Greek Meals at BZ Grill

BZ Grill


$45.96 $22


Cooks slice juicy cuts of pork off the spinning gyro rotisserie

Up to 46% Off Dinner and a Show at Infuse 51

Vlada Lounge


$102 $55

Enjoy upscale pub food, such as lobster-and-bacon mac 'n' cheese, before an evening of pop/country tunes from female trio Siren

Up to 38% Off Italian Dinner at Sotto Cinque

Sotto Cinque

Upper East Side

$79 $49

Rustic southern Italian restaurant serves plates of pasta tossed with seasonal vegetables and cuts of veal butchered in-house

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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,

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,

At DTUT, the baristas and bartenders want you to linger, day or night. During the day hours, floor-to-ceiling windows allow sunlight to flood a smattering of tables, encouraging guests to take a seat and get lost in a book while sipping coffee or tea. Whereas after dark, the cafe's dim lighting from an eclectic drop-light chandelier and flickering candles coax folks to intimate tables for a whiskey or craft beer from the full bar. Diners can also relax on a cozy mix of thrifted couches, which add to the eclectic vibe established the walls covered with local art and quirky decor. It's this night-time setting that makes the cafe an ideal spot for a date, during which lovers can make eyes over fondue and wine, also known as Love Potion No. 9.

1744 2nd Ave.
New York,

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