$29 NY Times Critic's Pick 2 Course Dinner For 2 & Drinks ($60 value)
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Deemed one of the most authentic Filipino restaurants in New York City and granted both a Critic's Pick & 2 Stars from The New York Times, Jeepney is "like parachuting into Manila," according to food journalist Pete Wells. A trip to this East Village favorite will prove to be a journey more than a destination.

Grab your $29 pulse (a $60 value) for a 2 Course Dinner For 2 that includes 2 Tacos, 1 Share Plate, and 2 Margaritas, Daiquiris, Glasses of Red or White Wines, or Beers.

Institute of Culinary Education alum and Executive Chef Miguel Trinidad gives modern, inventive spins to traditional dishes, joining forces with Founder Nicole Ponseca to serve up genuine greatness. The duo draw from the success of their previous Michelin-recognized hotspot, Maharlika.

You'll begin with a delicious daiquiri, sipping before sinking your teeth into the Shrimp Tacos, battered and deep fried with a coconut-ginger cabbage slaw, Filipino style avocado-salsa verde, and then some, followed by the Tapsilog rice plate crowned with beef marinated in tamari & garlic and served with garlic fried rice, a sunny side crispy fried egg, and more.

Dubbed "one of our favorite new discoveries" by Thrillist, these Filipino eats will make you fall in love with food all over again...

201 1st Avenue
(212) 533-4121

As though you're trekking through the Philippines, take a trip to the East Village and get a taste of the real thing at Jeepney - an undisputed champion of Filipino food that gets acclaim from celebrities like Trevor Noah and John Leguizamo, in addition to New York Magazine & Zagat.

On Eater's list of *New York City’s Top Southeast Asian Restaurants," Jeepney is equal parts daring and delicious, introducing diners to the favors of the homeland with uber-cool trendy vibes that only The Big Apple can provide.

A Shrimp Silog (rice plate) serves freshly caught crustaceans with garlic fried rice, a sunny side crispy fried egg, and coconut-ginger dipping sauce, best paired with marvelous margaritas. The Crabfat Fried Rice is another classic, loaded with jasmine rice stir-fried with baby crab fat, mussels, scallion, garlic, bok choy and a crispy fried egg.

Owners Nicole Ponseca & Miguel Trinidad (Maharlika, Lola) are globally applauded for their accomplishments in Filipino fare, which have led to the creation of their cookbook (nominated as a James Beard Awards finalist).

Jeepney is an ode to vibrant energy and is as colorful as it is scrumptious. Take a seat in the garden out back, soak in a rainbow of hues, admire nuanced art, but most of all, dig in wholeheartedly...

All selections will be made from the restaurant's full dinner menu

Your $29 2 Course Dinner For Two (a $60 Value) Includes:

  • 2 Tacos (up to a $6 value each).
  • 1 Share Plate (choice of Silogs or Rice & Noodles; up to a $18 value).
  • 2 Margaritas, Daiquiris, Glasses of Red or White Wines, or Beers (up to a $15 value each).
  • Valid for in person dining or pick up.

Jeepney is a superstar, boasting a magnificent 4 Stars on Yelp from 1,120+ reviews including:

  • "It's been a few months since I was in the Philippines and knew my cravings would hit sometime soon. Thankfully they did while I was in proximity to this place. Everyone was totally satisfied and pleased! We loved the decor and the service was excellent. Definitely worth a try."

  • "This place is a solid choice. Probably one of the best in the city. The flavors...downright amazing. The ambiance is very friendly. I've been to Jeepney a handful of times with different sets of people, all non-Filipinos, and gets converted to placing Filipino food as one of their top cuisine. This place just elevates the food scene and by far one of the best places to go when you're in NYC."

  • "So delicious! I had been wanting to try this place for ages and it did not disappoint. Delicious food and awesome ambiance. They even have some Filipino beers behind the bar as well!"

Jeepney’s Website | Yelp

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The Fine Print
  • May purchase as many vouchers as you like for personal use and for gifting.

  • Multiple vouchers may be combined for larger groups.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservations required.

  • Expires on Friday November 13, 2020.