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Last Minute Gifts: 9 Restaurants That Sell Gift Cards

Give the cook the night off with a gift card at a favorite local restaurant.

Gift certificates are a convenient and useful item to give for the holidays. Most restaurants offer them and who wouldn't enjoy a night of being waited on?

Here are a few local restaurants selling gift cards this holiday season:

Ciao Baby: This family-style Italian powerhouse offers gift certificates at their Commack location. They'll even deliver your gift card if you're too busy to show up in person.

H2O Seafood Grill – Gift cards can be purchased online or in-store, and your balance can be checked on the restaurant website.

Outback Steakhouse in Commack and East Setauket – Here, you can buy $100 in gift cards until Dec. 31 and take home a $20 bonus card, which can be used from Jan. 1, 2012 to Feb. 10, 2012.

Applebees – If you'd like to purchase a gift card for Applebees and use it in Commack or other locations there are multiple ways to do so, from a digital gift card to ordering them online and having them shipped, customizing them on Facebook and more.

Friendly's – With nearby locations in Smithtown, Commack, Stony Brook and East Northport, gift cards can be purchased in various amounts online and in-store.

Pace's Steakhouse in Port Jeff and Hauppauge – Gift certificates can be purchased in-store at both locations.

Outback Steakhouse: Here, you can buy $100 in gift cards until Dec. 31 and take home a $20 bonus card, which can be used from Jan. 1, 2012 to Feb. 10, 2012.

John Robertson December 21, 2012 at 12:49 AM
And who could forget The Sexy Salad of Hauppauge! The only thing better than a Sexy Salad is A Sexy Salad that someone treats you to!

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