Looking for a place to eat out, but only have $10 in your pocket? Here are some restaurants you may want to check out:
Look out for the Killer Fish Taco for $3.69 and Mojo Fries for $2.59.
The restaurant also offers a wide variety of craft beers. For $8, patrons can get a bucket of Kona. Natty buckets are $5.
Build your own burger for anywhere between $3.97 and $7.97, or stay classic with the BurgerFi Cheeseburger for $5.97.
Customers can add a fountain drink for $2.77 or a draft beer for $3.97.
Guests are able to choose between two options for the same price of $6.99 — either a signature pie or a create-your-own pie. There is no limit for how many toppings can be selected.
Salads (classic Italian, Greek, spinach and chicken caesar) are also available for $6.99.
These sizable slices are sure to get you good bang for your buck.
A Boxcar Willy meal deal gets you a slice of pizza and a pint of PBR for $4.75.
A Good Life lets guests choose two items out of a soup, salad or slice, and will also get a soda, all for $8.
The restaurant's Six Guns special includes a two-topping slice of pizza and a soda for $7.
For some Mediterranean munchies, you can get a homemade pita sandwich, a tomato and cucumber salad and hummus for $6.99.
"The sandwich is under $10 and will make you really full, and you can add as many toppings as you want," said Nar employee Pat Radcliff.
Buffalo Wild Wings
If you are in the mood for wings, you can get a small portion of traditional wings for $5.99, or boneless wings for $7.99, and choose from the 22 different sauce flavors.
Get an entire entrée for $6.49, and follow the steps to customize it.
Freshly brewed iced tea can be added to your order for $1.99.
Try the Signature Summer Salad for $8.49, or a half portion for $6.29.
You can also zest it up and get a full Asian Flatbread for $8.39, or a half for $5.99.
If you are on campus, you can get a snack portion of chicken, which includes three chicken tenders, fries and a piece of Texas Toast, for $5.62.
Luya Chinese Restaurant
Choose from 21 options of combination platters between $5.50 and $6.95.
All platters come with your choice of wonton or egg drop soup and an egg roll, served with egg fried rice.
Anne Shirley Lewis is a Contributing Writer for the Central Florida Future.