If you’re finding it hard to stay under budget because of the high cost of eating out on the South Shore take advantage of these dinning deals that can help you score a great deal on that next meal out.
Omoto Garden brings a bit of international flair to Abington with its spread of Japanese and Chinese fusion cuisine. In addition to sashimi, sushi rolls, and noodle dishes, chefs craft a number of house specials. They combine shrimp and scallops in a spicy brown sauce to create an entree dubbed the Imperial Couple, and they deep-fry slices of tender steak to create a crispy beef dish. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, Omoto surrounds these feasts with a karaoke chorus, as patrons belt out popular songs and sign autographs for their invisible fans.
At Stix & Stones, pool tables take center stage—you can show off your billiard skills during the 8-ball and 9-ball tournaments that take place every Sunday at this Abington bar. But the food is a nice side dish to the competition, as the kitchen cooks juicy burgers, crispy french fries, meatball subs, and more. After sinking the eight ball, players can refuel with a cold pint of beer or a glass of wine while watching sports or Extreme Knitting on TV.
If its name doesn’t tip them off, visitors to Campanale’s Restaurant need only glance at the menu to realize this place is Italian to its core. More than 10 specialty pizzas take up but a small slice of real estate on the menu and include the chicken fradiavlo loaded with hot cherry peppers and onions. The rest of the menu features familiar Italian favorites, including marsala and parmigiana, alongside dishes that are a bit harder to come by such as grilled swordfish and sirloin pizziola–a 16-ounce sirloin topped with mozzarella and spicy marinara sauce. For added convenience, Campanale’s also has a gluten-free spread packed with many of its regular dishes.
Granite Grill FX is a great place to kick back and soak up some great atmosphere. Our 5 state of the art HD televisions always deliver the very best in Boston Sports, Worldwide Special Events, and Popular Programming. Enjoy great food and drink in our lounge as you watch your favorite events. It is our pleasure to bring you a comfortable, casual and sophisticated dining experience with some of the best cuisine and atmosphere that the South Shore has to offer!
One night in 1980, Tutto Bene was born around the Albaneses’ holiday table when a conversation about making their family-recipe homemade ravioli gave life to a fledgling business. Inspired by a lifetime of satisfying family meals, they set up a pasta display in an area cheese shop. Soon, the demand for their product could not be contained to a store corner, so they eventually decided to continue the tradition by expanding to a 6,000 square-foot restaurant. There, the family began serving a complete menu of their Italian and Mediterranean classics, focusing on creating each menu item with the culinary devotion that spans generations of the Albanese family.
As the chefs at Gourmet Garden Restaurant prepare a sweeping variety of Asian fusion dishes, they do so with an eye toward nutrition. When they crack open the pantry, they reach for whole, natural ingredients rather than MSG or trans fats. For instance, chefs complete sushi rolls with sugar-free akai rice that contains 56 times the fiber content of regular rice or standard tissue boxes. They also accommodate dietary restrictions by eliminating gluten, oil, and sauces from select dishes.
We serve breakfast ALL DAY! Come find out why our crepes and burritos are favorites in the area. Check out our daily and weekly specials on our Facebook page. And, don’t miss our homemade meals.
Diners can load up their plates with cold and hot sides from the buffet table. Then, they choose their drink from a full menu of juices. After they’re seated, waiters come around with different styles of meat on skewers and shave off unlimited portions of bacon-wrapped steak, lamb, chicken sausage, and fruity slices of grilled cinnamon-sugar pineapple directly onto plate
Chattering TVs above the bar, the occasional visiting DJ, and trivia nights. They can all distract from food, but there will still undoubtedly be patrons at Martinis Bar and Grill totally focused on plates of Italian food and burgers. That’s all augmented by an array of beers and cocktails, which help encourage dancing and lively conversation.
At Shabu Restaurant, diners take dinner preparation into their own hands, creating edible masterpieces of Japanese cuisine with little more than a bubbling soup pot and platters of shiitake mushrooms, vermicelli noodles, morsels of tender steak, fish cakes, and squid. Within the cozy 50-seat dining room, glowing cylindrical chandeliers cast light on sleek ecru furniture and lavender-tinged orchids, while simmering vessels offer up the savory scents of MSG-free broth. In the outdoor Japanese garden, guests sip wine and sake amid the sounds of rustling bamboo leaves, burbling water, and a Japanese deer scare chasing away skittish dumpling thieves.
32 HD TVs, live music events, and hearty pub food fuel the fun, casual environment at Iron Furnace. Patrons can settle into a shiny black booth or grab a seat at the bar to enjoy everything from macaroni and cheese served in a sizzling cast iron skillet to a burger piled high with jalapeño bacon, Red Dragon cheddar, and caramelized onions. Depending on the day, comedy shows, karaoke, or team trivia nights keep guests entertained between bites, but they can always count on catching the big game.
Quincy Cafe isn’t flashy. On the brick wall behind the counter, just above the coffeemakers, a mural-of-sorts written in chalk reminds visitors of why they’re there: pancakes, tacos, burgers, salads. Outside, simply a few handwritten signs in the window serve as the only clues as to what awaits inside, where diners gather around comforting breakfast and lunch dishes seven days per week. The cafe’s peaceful atmosphere, free of robots screaming, “DEALS, DEALS, DEALS!”, makes it an ideal gathering site for families and friends.
Kelly’s Cellar, located just steps from the Quincy Center station, provides visitors with a taste of the Irish life. In addition to its 20 TVs, the restaurant entertains imbibers with attractions every night of the week, including trivia and live Irish music.
Four friends own Maggy’s Lounge, and all of them share the same goals: bringing good food and live entertainment to Quincy area. To accomplish the former, they offer stone-baked pizzas—crispy thin pies with mozzarella and provolone cheeses and toppings such as ham, sausage, and BBQ chicken. The house cocktails, such as the Maggypietini—made with Dr. McGillicuddy’s apple pie, vanilla vodka, and pineapple juice—foreshadow the creative energy that wafts off the stage during the live music shows.
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There always seems to be something going on at Cathay Center. Some nights, guests are belting out karaoke songs, and other nights, they’re racking up high scores on Wii video games. The main reason people flock to this popular local hangout, though, is the Chinese food. The menu is as long as it is diverse, and it even features an array of lighter options.
Memphis Joe’s Barbecue pays homage to the Southern culinary scene with a menu of dry-rubbed ribs, Texas-style beef brisket, fried catfish, and North Carolina–style pulled pork. The chefs whip up seven sauces that blanket smoked and fried wings, including a sweet honey-and-dijon barbecue dressing and a mix of banana peppers and balsamic vinaigrette. Original creations from the kitchen range from pulled-pork mac and cheese to deep-fried chicken paired with mashed potatoes and a Belgian waffle drowning in a spicy maple syrup.
Main Street Grill is a cutting-edge sports bar located in Weymouth, MA. Our Philosophy is very simple: Main Street Grille will give our guests the experience they are looking for. All of the time. Not some of the time, not once in a while, but every single time they walk through our doors. The experience should be that of excellence, no less. Beginning with the greeting when our guests come in, to the professionalism of the staff, to the quality of our cuisine and the flavor of our cocktails, EVERY guest is treated as a VIP. We pride ourselves on being a company that feels that great isn’t good enough. All of us are always striving to be better than the day before. Main Street Grille will consistently continue to improve and create the best all around guest experience. Chris and Keith created the concept of Main Street Grille in 2001 and saw the restaurant come to life on November 14th, 2003. We wanted to create an atmosphere for our guests to feel comfortable and have a great meal, a delicious martini, watch a game or see great live music. Our goal was to create a place where everyone could have a great experience.