Kids Restaurant Deals in Salt Lake City
Feeling lucky this weekend? Take a gamble for a good cause with today's deals from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake. Go "All in 4 Kids" on Saturday, October 13th from 7 - 10 pm for only $15 (up to a $45 value). Ticket includes: Food 2 Drink Tickets $1,000 Buy In Chip for Gaming (no actual cash value) Play the best casino games around including Craps, Roulette, Blackjack, Poker Bingo, and Texas Hold 'Em. Door prizes include spa and restaurant gift certificates, and 2 tickets on Delta Airlines! Opportunities to donate to the Boys and Girls Clubs will be available. Good Luck!!!
Dining out leaves you with a full stomach, fond memories, and pockets full of restaurant smell to take home to your kids. Enjoy appetizing aromas with this Groupon. $10 for $20 Worth of Thai Cuisine The menu includes ginger stir-fry ($9.95), panang curry ($9.95), and pineapple fried rice with shrimp, egg, tomatoes, cashews, green onion, and cilantro ($10.95).
Experience delicious Chicago-style fast food with today's deal from Johnniebeefs, now open in Cottonwood Heights! For only $7.50 you get $15 to spend on Johnniebeefs famous Chicago Dog, Italian beef sandwiches, or the fabulous crinkle cut French fries. The new location in Cottonwood also brings with it some delicious new menu items like hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, appetizers and more - it is again a full restaurant! With the exception of the Braatwurst and Gourmet Veggie Dog, all Johnniebeef products are made of 95% lean beef. Try them on steamed poppy seed buns or French rolls, all of which brought in fresh from Chicago. Choose from an array of different styles of premium beef hotdogs, such as the Pastrami Pete, BBQ Johnnie, Slaw Dog, Italian Sausage, California Dog, Chili Cheese, and the Tucson Dog with bacon, guacamole, and pico de gallo. If a sandwich is more of your taste, try the delicious Italian Beef sandwich, made with either sweet, mild, or hot peppers, mozzarella cheese, grilled onions, and dipped in the "river". Or try the Italian Grinder sandwich with home made horse radish sauce, or the Italian Club. Kids meals are also available, with hot dog, corn dog, chicken tenders, or mac'n'cheese wedges all served with fruit, and fruit juices in a classic 1950's car. Check out the full menu online! Reviews "Best Tubesteak" - April 1, 2009 by SL City Weekly "Fine Food, Fast!" - September 15, 2008 Featured on KSL Studio 5 "Think Fast: A pair of quality 'quickie' venues might have you rethinking fast food." - July 31, 2008 by SLWeekly "Best Chicago Dog" - April 3, 2008 by City Weekly Sunday, December 2, 2007 - Try Chicago fare close to home. - Deseret News READ MORE... Friday, March 9, 2007 - Dining out: Johnniebeefs Chicago Style Hot Dogs. - Deseret News READ MORE... More Praise for Johnniebeef's "It's easy to overlook Johnniebeefs, which is tucked behind the nachos and chips inside a busy In & Out Market in Midvale. But for hot dog and sandwich lovers, there's no mistaking convenience store slop with the delicacies offered at Johnnie's back counter. Not too long ago, Johnniebeefs was in a separate venue with a larger menu and a core of die-hard fans. Despite the love and the uniqueness of its Chicago-style hot dogs and sandwich menu, the location shut down. Re-surfacing in its new spot might be perplexing to traditional foodies. But it's a godsend to anyone who needs an honest meal at a fair price. All-beef hot dogs are available in regular or big sizes and come in variations. A recent special was chili, bacon and cheese. The classic is the Chicago dog ($3.59, $4.59) served in a warmed poppy-seed bun and topped with chopped onions, relish, a pickle wedge, tomato and celery salt. Detractors say it's more of a salad than a traditional hot dog, yet there's no denying the satisfying interplay of crunchy, soft, salty, tangy and sweet in one bite. The chili cheese dog ($3.59, $4.59) is a formidable runner-up. An all-meat chili is slathered on top of the dog and the whole lot is sprinkled with cheese. Chips and a drink make it a combo, but a tangy and not overdressed macaroni salad is a better side. Hot dogs are the sustenance of summer, reminding us of ballparks and grill outs. But I find myself returning to Johnniebeefs for the monstrous, messy and additive Italian beef sandwich ($5.69). Hot, tender slices of roast beef and spicy pickled peppers are mounded into a roll that's dipped in beefy juices. You decide the level of saturation. Despite its mess, I highly recommend "wet," which might require a knife and fork to eat. But diehards go about tackling this generous sandwich with their hands, licking their fingers to get every simple and satisfying bit." - Vanessa Chang / Salt Lake Tribune / July 13, 2010
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Option B: valid only for dinner • Not valid on Valentine's Day • Entire value must be used in a single visit • Excludes alcohol
"Best lasagna I've ever had... Prime location, excellent food," raves one happy customer of this Italian restaurant in downtown Provo. Dig in with this offer: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at dinner • $7 for $14 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks • Dinner menu boasts pestos, pastas, pizzas, and more Why You'll Love It From the vine-ripened tomato sauce to the Italian-style gelato, this family-owned eatery focuses on fresh and authentic fare. With a kids' menu and gluten-free options available, this local spot keeps everyone happy: "I love everything I've had there" says another reviewer. Gloria's Little Italy's Website | Facebook