American Lunch Deals in New York
A trip down the river can give you a chance to marvel at natural scenery and chat with suburban whales on their daily commute to the ocean. Cruise the watery roadways with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $14 for a tubing trip and barbecue lunch (a $26.16 value) $18 for a rafting trip and barbecue lunch (a $34.57 value) $20 for a canoeing trip and barbecue lunch (a $37.38 value) $25 for a kayaking trip and barbecue lunch (a $46.72 value) Each trip includes lifejackets and a complimentary shuttle ride to and from the launch point. River trips traverse ...
Having someone else cook for you eliminates the risk of burning yourself on the stove or scorching a fresh batch of ice cubes. Savor safely with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $24 for an American meal for two (up to a $56.85 total value) One appetizer (up to a $10.95 value) Two entrees (up to a $16.95 value each) Two drinks (up to a $6 value each) $48 for an American meal for four (up to a $113.70 total value) Two appetizers (up to a $10.95 value each) Four entrees (up to an $16.95 value each) Four drinks (up ...
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May buy multiple for yourself or as gifts One voucher per visit, per table Taxes and tips not included Not valid for happy hour specials Cannot be combined with other offers Expiration date: August 24, 2013
About the Deal: NASHA RASHA Restaurant: 5 Options at 25% Off About Five Options: - Option 1: $30 Voucher → Gets $40 Worth of Food and Drinks - Option 2: $45 Voucher → Gets $60 Worth of Food and Drinks - Option 3: $75 Voucher → Gets $100 Worth of Food and Drinks - Option 4: $105 Voucher → Gets $140 Worth of Food and Drinks - Option 5: $150 Voucher → Gets $200 Worth of Food and Drinks About Nasha Rasha: Nasha Rasha, or Our Russia, invites you to experience a new concept in Russian dining. The restaurant specializes in authentic Russian food and an eclectic mix of Russian classics that are updated for international and American audiences. The restaurant offers Russian specialties of various kind, which include some of the best blini and caviar in New York City. There is also a selection of over 200 different vodkas. Nasha Rasha is the perfect location for an intimate dinner, a professional business lunch or after work drinks. Come on over and enjoy a mysterious and seductive journey! A Gallery of Nasha Rasha’s Vodka Extravaganza: http://www.nasharashanyc.com/index_gallery.html Nasha Rasha on Yelp: - I had a great time here! Awesome Russian themed bar and restaurant, with one of the coolest looking bars in NYC! Great traditional food, good size portions and the best selection of flavored vodka I have EVER seen! Veronika B. - Also to go along with the Russian theme (and add to your enjoyment) they have several Russian hats and coats, fake guns, and bottle of vodka shaped like guns that you can wear and use to take pictures. The more shots you take the more awesome the hats become. Mike B. Do You Have Questions? Please e-mail email@example.com
There's a lot to see on that iconic stretch of 42nd Street: Bryant Park, Times Square, Broadway theaters, swarming masses of tourists, traffic, street hustlers... sigh. Luckily if you keep heading west you'll come across Ktchn, a shining beacon of modern respite, tucked inside the Out Hotel on 10th Avenue. With its bright, friendly lunchtime dining room facing the street with floor-to-ceiling windows, we very much enjoyed watching the madness stroll by one afternoon. In the evenings, the party moves into the main dining room in the back, full of plush booths, low lighting, photography from celeb photog Patrick McMullen on the walls and tables suitable for a quiet dinner for two or larger groups in the mood to celebrate. The menu is modern American cuisine, fixed in tradition and inspired by the seasons. For lunch, the Maine Crab Cakes and Akaushi Cheese Burger are the kind of plates that can make any day better, and to start off dinner, we recommend the artichoke dip and the Ktchn Charcuterie with house-cured duck prosciutto, salami calabreze & sweet coppa, serrano ham and country bread. When we head back with friends we'll be looking at the "Divide & Share" menu, with highlights like Amish Chicken Tajine and Pot au Feu. If our lunch visit was any indication, we'll be in for a treat. Menu Highlights: Akaushi Cheese Burger, $17 Warm Artichoke Dip, $12 Ktchn Charcuterie, $15 Pot Au Feu, $22 per person Hours: LUNCH: Monday - Friday, noon to 3 p.m. DINNER: Sunday - Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday, 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
$30 for $60 Worth of American Fusion Cuisine for Two Chefs craft a menu that sates lunchtime appetites with sandwiches and burgers ($10) or an opulent lunch prix fixe ($30/person; $15 for wine pairing). They also concoct dinner entrees such as seared duck breast with grilled peaches and blood-orange vinaigrette ($26) and baked macaroni with leeks and broccoli drenched in three cheeses ($15). Though the prix fixe menu changes its attire, it also makes an appearance at dinnertime ($45/person; $15 for wine pairing).
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