Restaurants Near Me

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See Restaurant Menus & Fast Food Menus with prices for free and browse up-to-date restaurant deals and coupons straight from your computer or cell phone.

Restaurants Near Me.

If you are searching for restaurants in your area/city, then just use the Search Box below.

Otherwise, use the navigation to find the restaurant menu or coupons, that you want.

Simply type your city and search phrase in the box below:


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Fast food in Atlanta
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or similar phrases, using the city that you are in, and press enter.


See the Restaurant Menus.

We have included actual menu prices, so you get an idea of the costs and variety of items before you visit the restaurant. We have included the largest American restaurant chains & fast food chains, such as the Dominos, KFC, Olive Garden, Pizza Hut, Chili’s, Subway and Taco Bell. However, we do not provide prices for local restaurants or individual outlets.

Also, please note that menu prices will be an example only, a national average, if you will. Prices may vary from location to location, due to differences in labour cost, rent and other overhead costs in different parts of the country. Also, restaurant chains that use the franchise business model will let the franchisees set the prices locally.

However, prices are generally up-to-date and a very good indicator of the actual price, that you will have to pay at your local eatery.

Please use the navigation list in the page sidebar, or use the search function, to find the menu page for your favourite restaurant. Also, please make sure that you visit the comment section on each menu page, as current deals and menu changes will be listed there.

This website is not associated with any restaurant or company and should not be mistaken for a official website for any American dining chain.

Restaurant Coupons and Deals.

We have also added deals, and sometimes coupon codes, for the various restaurants. If the deals for a particular chain change often, then we will add a dedicated page for the deals and promotions for that company. Otherwise, we will add the current deals in the comments section of the menu page.

Secret Menus.

Secret menus become increasingly popular. The Secret menus are unofficial and unadvertised items on restaurant menus around the world. Secret menus items are passed from person to person through word-of-mouth and they change often for promotional purposes. If a secret menu become very popular, we will add a special page on it here on the site. For example, fast-food chain Arby’s recently added a secret menu item called the Meat Mountain “sandwich”. This secret menu item had to be specially requested. Another example is the McDonald’s Monster Mac wich has eight beef patties versus the standard two in a traditional Big Mac and Taco Bell customers can ask for Cheesarito (a soft tortilla filled with cheesea and scallions) and the off-menu Superman Burrito, which is a cheesy double beef burrito with extra potatoes, guacamole and tortilla strips

Other Popular Secret Menu Items:

McDonald’s: The Land, Sea and Air Burger (a Big Mac stuffed with Filet-O-Fish and McChicken sandwich patties) and the Chicken McGriddle (a fried chicken patty inside a syrup-flavoured McGriddle bun).

Burger King: The Rodeo Burger (a cheeseburger topped with onion rings and BBQ sauce).

Starbucks Cotton Candy Frappuccino or Cake Batter Frappuccino (a standard Vanilla Frappuccino with an extra pump of vanilla bean and almond flavouring), Liquid Cocaine (four shots of Espresso and four pumps of white chocolate syrup).

Many popular Secret off-menu items are simply former limited-time offers that were not popular enough to land on the regular menu.

How to Eat out on the Cheap.

Eating out can cost quite a lot, but by viewing the menu online before hand, you can eliminate nasty surprises.

Here are a few tips on how to save on restaurant visits:

  • Sign up for birthday clubs. Many family restaurants offer special deals or free items to customers for their birthdays, as long as they sign up to an email mailing list. Deals can range from a free dessert to a $30 gift certificate good toward your total purchase.
  • Frequent diner cards. Some restaurants offer frequent visitor punch card. After eating at a restaurant often enough, you can often receive a free meal.
  • “Kids Eat Free” nights. Many family eateries have a weekly “Kids Eat Free night.”
  • Get cash back. Pay for your meal with a cash rewards card and you can aften get up to 5% cash back.
  • Buy discounted gift cards. Many restaurants offer a discount on the purchase of gift cards during busy shopping seasons, like around Christmas. You can often buy $50 worth of gift cards for $40.
  • Look for coupons in junk mail and newspapers.
  • Check coupon sites, including our coupon pages for links to free printable coupons. Many places offer a coupon or coupon code, when you sign up for a the company e-newsletter through their website.
  • Check a restaurant’s Facebook page. Some chains advertise freebies to “fans” or “followers” of their social media accounts.
  • Save on wines. Some eateries will surprisingly let you bring your own wine bottle and they will charge just a small fee to have the waiter serve it. But make sure to call the restaurant first and ask about it.

Top Apps for Drink and Dining Specials.

1. GrubHub App.

Born in Chicago, GrubHub now has listings in more than 600 cities, including London. It’s based around home delivery:: You enter your address, the kind of food you want, and find out which eateries deliver to you. Then you order your food online or by phone while GrubHub tracks your order. GrubHub has a handy list of daily deals and coupons. It even allows you to tip online.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android

2. Happy Hours App.

This app  helps you find the food and drink discounts, but it also allows you to see photos of each establishment and when the happy hours end. You can sort your selection by features such as free WiFi, live entertainment, and more.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android

3. Groupon App.

Full of restaurant deals and coupons, but remember to cash the coupons in before the deadline date.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android, Windows Phone 8

4. DailyGobble App.

With the DailyGobble you find a deal on the app, take a photo of your check and get money back. Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and San Francisco are among the cities represented, and DailyGobble also lets you sort the deals you’re looking for by cuisine and pre-discount price range.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android

5. LocalEats App.

This app does cost 99 cents, it connects you to the best food and dining blogs, and helps you make selections based on price, pointing you to the best inexpensive dining options on list that avoids national chains. A Twitter feed points out deals and specials.

Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android

6. Urbanspoon App.

Maybe the coolest feature of Urbanspoon: Shaking your phone will pull up a random dining selection. Urbanspoon sorts through dining recommendations at more than a million restaurants, showing you where tables are available, the price range, and recommendations.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android, Windows Phone 8

7. Seamless App.

Seamlesshas been bought by GrubHub, but operates its own app. You receive $10 off when you place your first order. There’s also a list of Seamless promotions, where customers can submit promo codes or get free lunch for a month if you refer your business office to Seamless.

Free Downloads: iPhone/iPad, Android, BlackBerry

Top Apps for Finding Restaurants Near Me.

The Five Best Restaurant Finder/Discovery Apps.

Yelp Restaurant App (iOS/Android/BlackBerry/WP7/WebOS)

In addition to its mobile site, Yelp has mobile apps for every platform, and all of them use your phone’s on-board GPS to find out and show you what restaurants in your area. You can filter based on hours of operation, type of food , and estimated costs. There are plenty of reviews for almost any restaurant, but not all of them are reliable.

OpenTable App (iOS/Android/BlackBerry/WP7/WebOS)

Reservations are still OpenTable’s main business,, but the team behind the app have also partnered with Yelp to exchange reviews and reservations. The app allows you to see nearby restaurants, earn points and awards for making reservations through the service, and read helpful reviews from OpenTable members.

Urbanspoon App (iOS/Android/BlackBerry)

Urbanspoon’s app allows you to share and compare your reviews with friends, find restaurants near you, and everything else that most restaurant-search apps do. Now, Urbanspoon also integrates reviews from newspapers and food blogs. This adds authority and weight to the reviews that other services are lacking.

Foodspotting App (iOS/Android/BlackBerry/WP7)

Foodspotting encourages you to search and share dishes that you enjoy, not just restaurants. So when you use Foodspotting, you can take pictures of the food and drink that you like, upload it, share some thoughts, and then tell the community your location. When you use the mobile app, you’re shown photos of dishes near you, not just a list of restaurants in your neighbourhood. The community can then like and share your photos.

Google Places Restaurant App (iOS/Android)

The iPhone and Android apps leverage Google’s growing database of restaurant information and user-submitted information to help you find restaurants, cafes and bars near you at any time. Tap a location to see photos, read reviews and see opening hours. In Android, the app is part of Google Maps, and lets you get driving directions or call the restaurant directly.

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