Food & Drink in West Raleigh

Sonic Drive In—50% Off Burgers, Hot Dogs, and American Classics

Sonic Drive In

Southwest Raleigh

$10 $5

Carhops deliver brown-bagged burgers, hot dogs, and chicken strips to cars at iconic hamburger stand

Up to 52% Off at MaggieMoo's Ice Cream and Treatery

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

45% Off Casual American Food at Brewmasters Bar & Grill

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

Half Off South American Cuisine at Guasaca


Northwest Raleigh

$10 $5


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

43% Off at The Flying Biscuit Cafe

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

Up to 47% Off Pub Food at McDaids Irish Pub & Restaurant

McDaids Irish Pub & Restaurant


$30 $16


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

Up to 51% Off Pizza and Italian Food at Piola



$15 $7.50

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

The Butcher's Market – Up to 40% Off Artisan Sandwiches

The Butcher's Market

Multiple Locations

$19.98 $12

Sandwiches with Certified Angus Beef & 9-year cheddar cheese or sweet-potato waffles with buttermilk-fried chicken using local ingredients

58% Off Empanadas and Martinis at 44



$52 $22

Sip on martinis while enjoying an empanada basket at club for young professionals

47% Off a Beer-Tasting Package at Lonerider Brewing Company

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

50% Off Nutritional Supplement

Xpert Nutrition

North Raleigh

$20 $10

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

36% Off Brewery Tour of Johnston County - Beltline Brew Tours

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

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Capri Restaurant

Capri Restaurant

North Raleigh

$30 $15

Homestyle Italian meals such as filet of grouper, shrimp scampi, chicken marsala, veal piccata, and cheese-filled ravioli

48% Off 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

Up to 50% Off Chinese Food at Peace China

Peace China

Multiple Locations

$10 $5.50


In a bright dining room filled with appetizing aromas, chefs prepare fresh Asian favorites like Singapore rice noodles, with a unique twist

42% Off Italian Cuisine at Café Tiramisu

Café Tiramisu

North Raleigh

$60 $35


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

Up to 50% Off Italian Food at Amedeo's Italian Restaurant

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

Sunflowers Café’s creative culinary artisans have served up tasty, well-presented dishes in an intimate setting for 27 years. Latin zest and vegetarian touches pepper their fresh dinner menu, which brings together soups, salads, tacos, and seafood in a culinary harmony unseen since the California Raisins dominated the airwaves. The rich, moist Mexican cornbread is tinged with jalapenos and served hot with a piquant cherry-balsamic dipping sauce ($5), which is a tasty lead-in to the herb-encrusted salmon tacos, served either alone with slaw ($9) or as a meal with slaw, black beans, and rice ($13). Savory entrees such as the grilled Pamlico County shrimp tap-dance on tongues when paired with mango-pineapple salsa ($16), and the black-bean burger emcees a tummy-tickling variety show featuring pepperjack cheese, salsa, Mexican slaw, and Ed McMahon’s iconic jackhammer routine ($9). The setting is cozy and intimate—its pleasant light-yellow walls and framed photographs cocooning wooden tables and chairs and its attentive wait staff of butterflies.

8 W Peace St

Every Menchie's location around the world looks much the same: pink, yellow, and lime-green decor framing the eponymous mascot, a smiley twist of yogurt with a cone for a body. It's an identical template that allows for nearly infinite variations at each outpost's row of 14 or 16 rotating yogurt pumps, where guests can self-serve swirls of flavors such as pistachio, peanut butter cup, cake batter, and fruity raspberry pomegranate tart. Then, they can ladle scoops of nearly 60 toppings—including sprinkles, cookies 'n' cream, hot fudge, and locally grown fruits—onto their creations. Nonfat and no-sugar-added varieties join gluten- and lactose-free options for those who have food sensitivities or just hate the taste of gluten.

6325 Falls Of Neuse Rd

If variety is the spice of life, Ba-Da Wings' variety of spices must be its underlying meaning. Its ravishing roster of 22 wing flavors, including buffalo selections ranging from mild "Ba-Da Buffalo" to mildly flammable "Ba-Da Bam" and specialties such as Carolina barbecue, garlic parmesan ranch, and honey teriyaki make appearances throughout the extensive menu. Take a boneless flight of flavor ($8.45 for six wings), climb on a pile of jumbo wings ($7.45 for one pound), or allow the chefs to slather sauce inside a signature wrap with all the trimmings ($5.45–$5.95). Complement any heated strike against hunger with satiable sides such as two soft pretzels with mustard ($2), bacon cheese fries ($5.95), or the pepper spray for hot peppers, celery stalks (six for $0.50).

2161 Avent Ferry Rd

• For $12, you get dinner for two people (up to a $24.99 value). • For $22, you get dinner for four people (up to a $44.99 value). • For $34, you get dinner for six people (a $68.99 value).

6305 Falls Of Neuse Rd