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Reccomended restaurants that accept restaurant.com certificates

Justpaula Sep 9, 2009 04:37 PM

I have never used restaurant.com, but my Mom forwarded me an email with the 90% off promo code (NINETY). That sounds like a deal too good to pass up! However, I am lazy and don't feel like looking through the 51 pages of restaurant listings. Well, maybe I will. But, I would prefer to go on your suggestions. I live in Woodside, but anywhere in Queens and western Brooklyn would be great. Thanks!

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  1. ericalloyd Sep 10, 2009 03:39 AM

    i've used them at ben's best kosher deli on queens blvd in rego park and cono's italian in williamsburg. i have one for tu casa [peruvian] on metropolitan in kew gardens but haven't used it yet.

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    1. re: ericalloyd
      el jefe Sep 11, 2009 10:42 AM

      I've used the certificates at several restaurnats. If you "refine" the search, it's only 5 or 6 pages for Queens. Just read the fine print on how much you have to spend to enable you to use the certificate.

      1. re: el jefe
        shindiganna Sep 14, 2009 01:47 AM

        Also read the fine print on what hours, how many people, etc.. While nearly every experience I have had with these certificates has been fine, I would also recommend looking for any postings by the door regarding no longer accepting them.

        Ben's has been one of my fav places to use them, but with the $50 minimum they've had for a while I would either have to get a larger group together or risk landing in the hospital!

        Also note: EVERY restaurant.com certificate is valid only for 2 persons or more.

        1. re: shindiganna
          Joe MacBu Sep 14, 2009 09:46 AM

          Before you order, make sure to confirm with your server that they are still accepting the certificates. I've been to places where the managers refused to accept them and I had to spend more than I'd bargained for. Restaurant.com was good about giving me credit towards another certificate.

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            phantomdoc Sep 14, 2009 10:39 AM

            I always call ahead before going to a restaurant.com or entertainment book coupon place. Present coupon before ordering, it is on the coupon fine print.

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              phantomdoc Sep 14, 2009 01:24 PM

              Part of the fine print on restaurant.com is to present coupon before ordering.

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