Picture this: it's 6 PM and you're feeling hungry, but you don't feel like cooking and you want food NOWWW. We've all been there, and that's why these 14 amazing Moose Jaw restaurants are here to save you.\nREAD ALSO: This Beautiful Saskatchewan Town Is Picture Perfect For Your Next Day Trip\nIf you're budget is high or low, Moose Jaw has many options that match the situation in your wallet. Now, since there's never a reason to say no to going out for dinner, try these 14 restaurants in Moose Jaw for $25, $35, and $50. Happy dining!\nPlease note: Prices were calculated using approximates from current restaurant menus, per person.\nRestaurants for $25\nRestaurants for $35\nRestaurants for $50\nFor restaurants that cost $25 per person, click "NEXT."\nRestaurants that cost $25 per person\nvia @juliannedegara\nDeja Vu Cafe // 23 High Street East\nMmmm.... fried chicken, fish, and fries! Deja Vu is famous for its wings, with over 30 options for dipping sauces. Add onion rings, pickle chips, or poutine on the side to complete this tasty meal!\nvia @vogueegirlss\nThe Mad Greek // 925 Main Street N\nThe Mad Greek serves up delicious pizza, souvlaki, ribs, and lasagna. If you're looking to take some food home as well, they offer some of their dishes in family-size — a perfect option if you don't want to cook for a week.\nvia @commoncafebakery\nCommon Cafe & Bakery // 23 Main Street N\nCommon Cafe is known for their baked goods and sweet treats, but they also serve up breakfast and lunch. Try a salad, soup, or sandwich, and don't forget to grab coffee and a goodie for dessert.\nvia @houstonpizza\nHouston Pizza // 117 Main Street N\nWhether you like gourmet or classic pizza toppings, Houston Pizza has you covered. Try the spinach & feta pizza, the taco pizza, the greek pizza, or you can build your own pizza as well.\nvia @minimalist_hippie_wanderer\nChrysalis Coffee // 203 Main Street N\nGrab lunch and a coffee at Chrysalis Coffee, located in the historic Walter Scott Heritage Building. They have delicious soup and sandwiches, as well as homemade baked goods.\nFor restaurants that cost $35 per person, click "NEXT."\nRestaurants that cost $35 per person\nvia @almayoftherock\nOriginal Joe's // 930 Main Street N\nOriginal Joe's has many daily food and drink specials, including $3 Happy Hour every day from 3pm-6pm, and 9pm to close. On Saturdays & Sundays they also offer brunch, complete with Banana Bread French Toast, breakfast poutine, and breakfast tacos.\nvia @rosiesonriver\nRosie's On River Street // 11C River Street\nAt Rosie's you'll find delicious pub food and cold beer. Try their coconut shrimp or potato skins to start, and sink your teeth into a bacon cheddar burger as your main meal. For dessert, there's Bacon Butter Pecan Pie, or Dessert Nachos!\nvia @emmaneustaedter\nBrowns Social House // 11 River Street W\nBrowns is located in the heart of downtown Moose Jaw, making it a great stop if you want to grab drinks after. Try one of their burgers, bowls, or tacos, and if the weather's right, you can also sit on their patio.\nvia @kumapikapika\nBobby's Place Olde World Tavern // 63 High Street\nBobby's has delicious pub food, and over 40 brands of single malt and blended scotches, if you're looking for something to pair with your meal. Check them out for live music happening regularly, or on Thursdays for Trivia Night.\nvia @redmarketsk\nLittle Red Market Cafe // 17 2nd Ave E, Mortlach, SK\nIf you don't mind a 30 minute drive from Moose Jaw, head to the Little Red Market Cafe in Mortlach for an enjoyable night out. Their prices are reasonable, but with the drive, you'll want to splurge and make this a night to remember. Get a glass of wine, and try the Pecan Chicken Risotto or the Blackened Saskatchewan Pike, and top it off with pie for dessert.\nvia @crystalinlife\nCornerstone Bar & Grill // 8 Main Street\nCornerstone has options to build your own burger or pasta, which means there are plenty of choices here! Grab a cold beer and try their wings or spinach dip to start.\nFor restaurants that cost $50 per person, click "NEXT."\nRestaurants that cost $50 per person\nvia @granthallboutiquehotel\nThe Grant Hall Dining Room & Lounge // 401 Main Street North\nGrant Hall is located in a historic 1927 building, and their gourmet menu provides salad, chicken, steak, and seafood. Try the cheese board to start, and enjoy pork tenderloin, lamb shank, or duck as your main. You'll be feeling fancy AF!\nvia @brittanymrstratton\nHopkins Dining Parlour // 65 Athabasca Street West\nHopkins is located in a supposedly haunted house, and there are different rooms that you can dine in, which all have unique vibes. There's seating on the second floor, the Top of the Parlour Banquet Room, a lounge, and The Fireplace Room. Make sure to call ahead to book your spot!\nvia @carla.barrybetker\nHarwood's Restaurant & Lounge // 24 Fairford Street East\nHarwood's is located in the Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa, if you're looking for a mineral soak pre or post dinner. Try their steelhead trout or beef tenderloin, and enjoy a glass of red or white from their extensive wine list.