Bryan's Wienerschnitzel serves up the tastiest franks, cooked and topped just the way you like 'em.
Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Wienerschnitzel's seasonally available outdoor seating.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
Endless parking options are readily available close to Wienerschnitzel.
So if you can't remember the last time you had a hot diggity dog, it's time to try the oh-so-good menu at Wienerschnitzel.
Swing by 822-Food.Com in Bryan for your next meal.
822-Food.Com is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering.
Make use of the ample parking near 822-Food.Com.
For a decently-priced meal that's not too fancy, 822-Food.Com hits the nail on the head.
You can stop by at almost any time, since 822-Food.Com offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Load up a pizza with all of your favorite toppings at Bryan's Domino's Pizza.
Whether you are looking for food low in fat or gluten-free, this restaurant is the place you want to eat.
No need to gussy up for a trip to Domino's Pizza, where patrons dress for comfort and fun.
The pizzeria has catering services as well.
Ample parking is located near Domino's Pizza.
Pizza is a food staple that is done right by Domino's Pizza.
If you're in the mood for comfort food, enjoy a cheeseburger with a mound of golden fries at burger house Whataburger in Bryan's Smythe Industrial Area region.
If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat great at Whataburger, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices.
If time is of the essence, this burger joint's take-out option may be a better fit.
If you're driving, that's no problem. Parking available onsite.
Whataburger serves up affordable fare, allowing you to indulge in all of your favorite menu items.
You can stop by at almost any time, since Whataburger offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Whataburger is a burger lover's paradise, so make your way over to the restaurant today and munch on a tasty burger.
For a juicy burger in no time flat, swing by local favorite Sonic Drive-In.
If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat great at Sonic Drive-In, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices.
Sonic Drive-In caters to all party sizes, both large and small.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful weather during your meal at Sonic Drive-In.
Put the suit away when heading to Sonic Drive-In — dress is casual, as are the vibes.
Ordering food? You can pick it up yourself!
Guests can park for free in the adjoining lot.
At Sonic Drive-In, you have the option of paying by major credit card.
The menu at Sonic Drive-In includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner — stop by for your favorite meal.
So when you have a hankering for a burger, swing by Sonic Drive-In and pick up a great burger.
So take a night off from cooking and enjoy a quick and tasty meal from Sonic Drive-In.
For a quick taco dinner on the go, swing by Taco Bell.
Sometimes there really is something for everyone, and not just something, something delicious. Come to Taco Bell for food that is gluten-free, low-fat, and even vegan.
Ample parking is available in the area.
Chow down on breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare at Taco Bell — they're open for all three meals.
Even when it comes to fast food, you shouldn't settle. Try Taco Bell's Mexican food the next time you need it.
If you need a easy dinner solution for the whole family, look no further than Taco Bell.
Everyday, Groupon deals highlight some of the country's favorite local restaurants and bars. But now, we want to recognize the people who make those places so beloved.
This awards campaign celebrates a restaurant’s entire staff—from chefs to servers, dishwashers to house bands. They can be your favorite restaurants on Groupon, or those that have never run a Groupon deal. If they make your favorite bar or restaurant special, we want to hear about them.
Tell us a little bit about your favorite spot and about yourself:
Thanks for your nomination! Here's what'll happen next:
Nominations will close on Wednesday, March 9.
Voting on the finalists will begin on Wednesday, March 16.
Winners will be announced on Monday, April 4.
Stay tuned, and stay hungry!
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American history, as it dates back to the colonial period, is at its most apparent in the eastern part of the country. Traditions run deep, whether people are quaffing beer at an 18th-century pub or traveling along historical rail arteries. But essential to the East’s character is a capacity for change that allows a modern Korean spa to coexist alongside an ornate hotel that served as a meeting place for literary luminaries. Although our choices for the most essential products and services in the East are a sort of nexus of times and tastes, the bracket will definitively determine which is the Best of Groupon.
Round One Wrap-Up
Do east-coasters prefer mineral springs to springs (okay, drafts) of beer? How about oak-leaf scrubs versus artisanal donuts? The results are in, and health has edged out hedonism (for now, anyway) with but one notable exception—Al Pacino-approved meatballs. But the next round will pit these savory orbs against the mineral pools of the Alleghenies, and show us how the region prefers to travel: around the globe in 150 international beers, or b-b-back in time to a 1980s–themed escape room. Stay tuned for the results.
Read about the most Groupon experiences in the East:
1. Tour the world from a barstool in New York City, NY
Killmeyer’s Old Bavaria Inn
If the size of Killmeyer’s beer menu isn’t impressive enough—28 drafts and 100 bottles—the scope of it should do the trick. Joining beers from familiar brewing locales like Belgium and England are myriad craft and rare beers from Italy, Scotland, Spain, and Denmark.
2. Dine on the fruits of the local farmland in Souderton, PA
How The Local’s “bullseye theory” works: the restaurant is the center point of a circle with a radius of 20 miles; ingredients from farms within the circle = locally grown. With this concept serving as the kitchen’s guiding principle, the math works out on meals from poached eggs with petite beef loin to country-fried steak: distance traveled = short, thus the meal = fresh.
3. Eat a Delmonico steak at its birthplace in New York City, NY
The original Pompeian pillars still greet you at the entrance of Delmonico’s, which opened in 1837 and lays claim to creating eggs benedict and Delmonico steak. The latter is best experienced amid the opulent chandeliers, dramatic curtains, and 19th-century ambiance where it was first conceived.
4. Have a pint in a 227-year-old pub in Foxboro, MA
The Lafayette House
Founded in 1784, The Lafayette House is about as close to the 18th century as you can get with a drink. The steak house’s rustic-swanky interior, which includes fireplaces and wood paneling, is a prime spot for hearty food and freshly mixed drinks.
5. Get your back swept with an oak-leaf broom in New York City, NY
Russian & Turkish Baths
In the Russian Room, rock slabs that bake overnight give off an intense, steamy heat. To supplement this Old-World detox method, platza specialists beat the skin of willing participants with an oak-leaf broom soaked with astringent olive-oil soap. Once you’re thoroughly thrashed—and exfoliated—venture to the roof deck to air out your wide-open pores.
6. Kick back in a Himalayan-salt cave in Bethesda, MD
Bethesda Salt Cave
Lined in salt crystals imported from the Himalayas, the cave is believed by some to have healing benefits. But whether you’re there for cleansing or curiosity, sitting quietly in a zero-gravity chair surrounded by 250-million-year-old crystals isn’t a bad way to spend a Saturday.
7. Get an aromatherapy foot rub in Salem, MA
Beijing Herbal Foot Spa
Kick off your shoes, peel off your socks, and let your feet soak in an herb-infused footbath while a therapist works the pressure points in your face, neck, and shoulders. The rest of the hour is devoted to reflexology, which eases aches in the feet and is said to benefit the rest of the body.
8. Take a Moroccan soak in McLean, VA
Warmed marble benches greet your tired body in each dimly lit private bath. Once warmed and receptive, the skin is treated with a medley of natural black soaps, exfoliants, and Moroccan Rhassoul clay. A honey and lavender-oil lather turns weariness into a distant memory.
9. Get a Bade Pool massage in Centreville, VA
Spa World USA
When stress feels like it’s reached inhuman levels, a human massage might not cut it. Enter the bade—literally. Undergo the massage-specific pool’s eight-step process: begin with a jet-pressured dream bath, cycle through multi-angled hydro-jets and falling-steam neck baths, and conclude with a float and supersonic bubble jet.
10. Sample sweets in the heart of history in Boston, MA
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel
Follow the Freedom Trail to this famous hotel and join the ranks of past patrons like Emerson, Thoreau, and Babe Ruth. Built in 1885, the hotel has retained its plush grandeur from the ornate lobby to Parker’s Restaurant, which is the purported birthplace of the distinctly cake-like Boston cream pie. Have a piece and decide for yourself.
11. Take a turn around a gourmet food court in New York City, NY
City Kitchen at The Row NYC
Forget the food court—this indoor market brings trendy chefs and global cuisines into a shared space in Times Square. Located in The Row NYC hotel, City Kitchen features Kuro-Obi ramen, blue-cheese fries from Whitmans, and Dough donuts in an open-market setup with suspended edison bulbs and exposed brick that distinguish it from the mall standard.
12. Try famous meatballs to a rollicking soundtrack in Atlantic City, NJ
Martorano’s at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City
Ever wanted to hear Sinatra segue into slow jams and then morph into Biggie while eating meatballs that Al Pacino allegedly dubbed the best on earth? No fever dream needed—instead, check out Martorano’s, where Italian food gets an AC bump in the form of choreographed lighting and playlists that evolve from Rat Pack to disco and hip-hop through the night.
13. Soak in mineral pools in Bedford, PA
Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Since 1806, this National Historic Landmark has rejuvenated guests with natural mineral water from the Allegheny Mountains. Massaging jets boost the relaxation experience in the resort’s eight hot and cold mineral pools.
14. Photograph Horseshoe Falls from your hotel room in Niagara Falls, NY
Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls
Guests from this hotel can easily walk the distance between its lobby and the roaring Horseshoe Falls. Plus, all rooms either look out on the falls or the bustling downtown.
15. Enter—and then flee—the neon decade in Philadelphia, PA
Escape the 1980s
The Goonies, Mr. T, Max Headroom, and other 1980s icons become the characters in this room-escape game. Players are trapped in the '80s and must figure out visual and musical clues to escape within an hour.
16. Rail-travel through time in New Hope, PA
New Hope & Ivyland Railroad
The beautiful landscape is easily the least interesting thing you’ll see on this historical train ride. The restored 1920s train is the true scenery. As the authentic steam locomotive roars along the original route, at least try to take a look at the hills and valleys on the other side of the antique bar car’s windows.
My husband and I love eating out; we used to try restaurants like some people go to the movies, but our two young children have changed that. Now, instead of heading to dinner at 9 p.m., we are out for breakfast at 9 a.m. when we’d rather be sleeping. But fortunately for us, being wide-awake that early does have at least one advantage: no-wait brunching.
Lou Mitchell’s, which on its storefront sign advertises itself as the number-one breakfast and lunch spot in America, is a Chicago staple that’s been around for 90 years. We took our kids there to judge it based on what we consider the five factors that make a good kid-friendly but not “kid-friendly” restaurant.
1. Feed Us Before You Feed Us
No matter how old you are, when you sit down to brunch, chances are you’re starving. Lou Mitchell’s prevents low blood sugar, which can turn young children into tornados of tears and rage, by feeding its customers freshly baked donut holes and Milk Duds while they wait for a table—and even when they arrive before 8:30 a.m. and are seated immediately.
2. Give Us Room to Move
This is tricky because you want room for all your gear, but you don’t want to be banished to Siberia where you won’t feel like part of the action. We were seated in the middle of everything at Lou Mitchell’s, but we had a slightly awkward time getting there. After negotiating the double door setup, we followed the hostess down a narrow walkway between tables to our booth by the kitchen. Once seated, we were comfortable with Izzie Infant’s car seat wedged on one side and Tommy Toddler happily seated on the other.
3. Be Noisy But Not Too Noisy
When Izzie began to fuss and Tommy proceeded to repeat “dog” like a broken See 'N Say, we remained calm as the hustle and bustle of the restaurant blocked out their tiny, adorable voices. But luckily the noise was not so deafening that we couldn’t enjoy some conversation as Izzie drifted off to sleep.
4. Entertain Us
A lot of restaurants come through with crayons and paper (which Lou Mitchell’s gave us), but we’ve found things like fish tanks or huge picture-glass windows that open onto a busy street to be much more engaging. Lou Mitchell’s came through big with its open kitchen. It provided Tommy with a flurry of gape-worthy activity: from toast toasting to cooks cooking. My husband and I, on the other hand, stared at each other without blinking for 20 minutes straight.
5. Good Food
We had been to Lou Mitchell’s many times and knew what we wanted: a belgium malted waffle with sausage and a fluffy jumbo broccoli and cheddar-cheese omelet served in a skillet with crispy potatoes. A quick glance at the kids’ menu showed that it was pretty basic—except for the Milk Dud pancakes, which I would like to eat right now—but we opted to share our dishes with Tommy since we were familiar with Lou’s large portions. Our food came fast but not hot. The temperature was mildly disappointing but the quality of the food was just as we remembered—basic but solidly good. So was the case with the dark, diner-style coffee, which makes you almost glad you’re tired enough to need it.
By the time we left around 9:30 a.m., a line had formed. And on our way out the door we noticed a few suitcases stacked by the coat rack, proof that Lou Mitchell’s is the first place people stop when staying in Chicago or the last place they need to visit before saying goodbye. I know we will definitely be back.
Photo by Andrew Nawrocki, Groupon