Fight Diner’s Remorse
You’ve just had a lovely meal in a chic restaurant with good conversation and satisfying food. Then the bill comes. Your inward dialogue is running a mile a minute with self-scolding as you see your savings swiped away.
Diner’s remorse is in full swing.
We are here to help with #30under30: thirty meal options for two under $30 not including tax and tip. From Happy Hours to Groupon to apps, we are searching for the best bang for your buck dining options because great food experiences don’t have the break the bank.
Groupon is a great way to get a meal under $30 for 2 in NYC, and Mahal Kita Indian Cuisine is a prime example. Check out our assessment!
Flipsigi has a fun, relaxed atmosphere with great service and a reasonably priced menu. The food itself is unique in concept with a Filipino meets Mexican style, but the flavor profiles and quality of the ingredients fall short.
Pulsd is an awesome site for finding great meal deals as well as free events in NYC, and the $29 deal for two brunch entrees and carafe of drinks at Parish was a solid find.
Twenty-four hours back in New York, and we were already missing southeast asian flavors. After the obligatory bagel and pizza, we headed to Thai Market on the Upper West Side for our first 2020 30 Under 30.
The Frugal Foodies need to Napoli’s Neapolitan Brick Oven Pizza for a Hoboken 30 under 30!
Check out this #30under30 using the app Allset at Ginger and Lemongrass