Food & Drink in West Raleigh

Pub Food at McDaids Irish Pub & Restaurant (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

McDaids Irish Pub & Restaurant


$30 $16


Irish specialties such as corned beef and cabbage and sheperd's pie match with burgers and Guinness

Four $5 Vouchers for Ice Cream or Ice Cream Dream Cake at MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery (Up to 52% Off)

MaggieMoo's Ice Cream and Treatery

Brier Creek

$5 $2.75

Dozens of ice-cream flavors churned fresh each day and used to create custom ice-cream cupcakes, dessert pizzas, and cakes

Casual American Food During Dinner for Two or Four at Brewmasters Bar & Grill in Downtown Raleigh (45% Off)

Brewmasters Bar & Grill

Central Raleigh

$20 $11

Chefs whip up salads with local greens, form burger patties by hand & infuse sandwiches with international flavors within a historic eatery

G2: $5.00 for $10.00 at Guasaca. 3 Options Available


Northwest Raleigh

$10 $5


Rice bowls, salads, avocado guasaca sauce, and grilled arepas stuffed with ingredients such as tilapia, shredded beef, and baked plantains

$17 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Comfort Food at The Flying Biscuit Cafe ($30 Value)

The Flying Biscuit Cafe


$15 $8.50

Cooks whip up breakfast entrees—such as buttermilk pancakes and chicken sausage sandwiches—alongside burgers and classic Southern dinners

Puerto Rican Lunch or Dinner at Latin Quarters (Up to 43% Off)

Latin Quarters


$20 $12

Pulled-pork sandwiches, spicy jerk chicken, and other Puerto Rican dishes alongside cocktails; live salsa bands and other entertainment

$29 for JOCO, Let's GO! Brewery Tour for One on July 27 from Beltline Brew Tours ($45 Value)

Beltline Brew Tours


$45 $29

Tours visit Natty Greene's, Double Barley, and Deep River Brewing company to sample pours, explore facilities, and talk beer with experts

$26 for $50 Worth of New American Dinner at Midtown Grille

Midtown Grille

North Hills

$50 $26

Local seafood and meats adorn with local produce and housemade pastas served amid chandeliers and crisp linens

Brewery Tour for Two with Beer Tasting, Stickers, and Take-Home Pint Glasses at Gizmo Brew Works (50% Off)

Gizmo Brew Works


$22 $11

Tours uncover brewery methods; beer pints and take-home pint glasses preserve the memory

Beer Flights, Pint Glasses, and Coozies for Two or Four at Lonerider Brewing Company (47% Off)

Lonerider Brewing Company


$30 $16

Sip flights of award-winning Wild West–themed ales, such as Peacemaker pale ale, Shotgun Betty hefeweizen, and Sweet Josie brown ale

Pizza and Italian Food at Piola (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.



$15 $7.50

This pizzeria has homes on several continents, with people flocking for its Northern Italian thin-crust pizza

90-Minute In-Home Tasting of Six Wines for Up to 16 People from Wines for Humanity (Up to 59% Off)

Wines for Humanity

Redeem from Home

$120 $49

Wine guides bring their wares to home parties, where guests are able to select bottles for purchase—with proceeds going to charity

Thai Dinner Cuisine at Sawasdee Thai Restaurant (Up to 36% Off). Two Options Available.

Sawasdee Thai Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$20 $12.75


Award-winning noodles, curries, and stir-fries from Thai chefs, made with authentic Thai herbs and tailored to your desired spice level

Mexican Food at La Rancherita (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

La Rancherita


$20 $11

Faithful renditions of Tex-Mex cuisine include crispy flautas, sizzling fajitas, and tamales glazed with red sauce

Barbecue Meal or Barbecue Grilling Class at Backyard Bistro (Up to 45% Off)

Backyard Bistro

Southwest Raleigh

$20 $11

Hickory-smoked St. Louis–style pork ribs & beef brisket; two-hour class with grilling instruction, buffet, and beer and scotch sampling

$12 for $20 or $20 for $30 Worth of Burritos, Tacos, and Drinks at Baja Burrito

Baja Burrito

Southwest Raleigh

$20 $12


Cooks use fresh ingredients to craft classic Mexican dishes, including carnitas, carne asada, and verde chicken

Italian Cuisine at Café Tiramisu During the Week or Weekend (42% Off)

Café Tiramisu

North Raleigh

$60 $35


Cozy, family-run Italian joint serves Northern Italian entrees and homemade pastas paired with red and white wines

Italian Food or Catering at Amedeo's Italian Restaurant (Up to 50% Off)

Amedeo's Italian Restaurant

Southwest Raleigh

$20 $12

Former Wolfpack football player founded restaurant that serves home-style Italian meals his mother and grandmother used to make

Select Local Merchants

For 20 years, Nawwaf and Bayan Said craved the opportunity to share their native cuisine and culture with their fellow North Carolinians. At Jasmin Bistro––named for both the flower and to nod to Nawwaf's first restaurant, Aladin's––the duo blend Greek and Lebanese recipes made from scratch. Imported ingredients and local produce intermingle in classic dishes such as kebabs, hummus, gyros, and chicken shawarma. Along with platters and sandwiches whipped up in their new Hillsborough Street location next to Meredith College, Nawwaf and Bayan cater festivities with buffets, party platters, and boxed lunches.

3801 Hillsborough St

To the chefs at Mantra, atmosphere is nearly as important as taste. That’s why they serve contemporary and traditional Indian cuisine against a vibrant red floor, energetic pink mural, and eclectic array of artwork. Potatoes and peas fill the deep recesses of warm, deep-fried samosas, and lettuce wraps cradle tandoori mushrooms, paneer, and sprouts. Transported to tables via an utterly silent elephant in the room, entrees satisfy appetites via lamb vindaloo's spicy sauces and murgh tikka masala's ginger-and-garlic-marinated tandoori chicken. Finally, delectable desserts assuage sweet teeth with mango-flavored mousse, milk dumplings in rose-flavored syrups, or a carrot pudding sculpted into the diner's favorite geographical region. Sleek tables and chairs parade their modern lines across the restaurant's elegant dining room, which makes for an ideal setting for a first date, second platonic dinner, or third attempt to find lukewarm porridge.

116 N West St

Although steak, seafood, salads, and desserts share the spotlight, it's the fondue pot that transforms the dining experience at The Melting Pot into an interactive one. Steaming fondue pots at the center of the table allow diners to dip slices of granny smith apples, artisan breads, and veggies into warm blends such as aged cheddar and lager beer, or fontina, butterkase, and buttermilk blue. Although a wine and cheese fondue pairing may suit the evening on its own, a fresh salad followed by lobster and steak continues the dipping feast. Turn the experience into a four-course meal by adding one of nine velvety chocolate fondues; diners can gather around the table to dip strawberries, marshmallows, or pieces of cheesecake.

3100 Wake Forest Rd.

Top This! Roast Beef, Burgers & More caters to every type of sandwich craving with custom creations—and then overloads those sandwiches with toppings, dressings, and sauces. Customers choose from nine proteins, including slow-cooked roast beef, natural chicken breast, and housemade black-bean burgers, and then pile on six cheeses and dozens of toppings, such as black-bean-and-corn relish and Angus chili. The restaurant's cooks also grill juicy Angus burgers that one reviewer claimed rejuvenated his faith in humanity. Its sister restaurant, Top This Café at The Atrium, quashes hunger with custom omelets and breakfast sandwiches, plus lunch options.

2501 Blue Ridge Road

Just seeing the sign for Kabab and Curry get the mouth to watering: the restaurant's name hints at the spread of authentic Indian and Nepalese cuisine to be found within. A rainbow of spices and herbs go into every dish, including stuffed vegetable samosas, tandoori chicken, marinated lamb kebabs, vegetarian curries, and tikka masala with meat or seafood. That same cuisine is also served in elaborate copper chafing dishes during a lunch buffet. Imported beers and South Asia-inspired house cocktails?see the Nirvana, with vodka, cr?me de banana, blue Cura?ao, and orange juice?can relieve the heat that comes from spicy plates.

2418 Hillsborough St

The Community Deli has been serving its neighborhood for more than 40 years, but that doesn't mean its approach to simple food has grown stale. Each day, regulars and newbies alike can stop in for all-day breakfast and diner staples, including bagel sandwiches, egg plates with grits, and fried chicken. Chefs also build playful variations on the quarter-pound burger, such as the Seth Bomb with Cajun seasonings or the Southern Comfort with pimiento cheese trimmed to resemble the profile of William Faulkner. But the kitchen's specialty is a range of house-made soups—including classics such as brunswick stew and chicken gumbo.

901 Oberlin Rd