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The Four Seasons Restaurant | Hit the Slopes at Hunter Mountain

Friday, January 22

 
 
Campbell Cheese & Grocery

$17 Cheese Plate for Two

A Williamsburg favorite, this general store stocks cheese, charcuterie, chocolate, seasonal produce, beer and anything else you might need for your pantry. Campbell's extensive cheese selection features both local and international varieties from some of the best cheese makers in the world. For only $17 you'll get one cheesemonger's choice plate for two which includes three seasonal cheeses, nuts, dried fruit, bread and honey. More ›

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Y Gallery Salon

$49 Haircut, Blowout & Conditioning Treatment

Repair your hair from heat and environmental damage with a rich conditioning treatment, which will hydrate your locks while maintaining their vibrant color. You also get a haircut and a blowout that will leave you looking glamorous. As expert stylists work their magic, you can relax, and admire the works by neighborhood creatives on display in the gallery-salon. Pay $49 for all of this and experience an escape from the daily bustle. More ›

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Hunter Mountain

$109 Lift Ticket, Round-Trip Transportation from NYC & More

This winter enjoy a full day of skiing or snowboarding in the Great Northern Catskills. Hunter Mountain has 240 skiable acres with 57 trails and 12 lifts. With today's deal you'll get an all-area lift ticket, ski or snowboard rentals, round-trip transportation, and a hot beverage for $109 on a Friday, $139 on a Saturday, and $119 on a Sunday. Hunter caters to skiers and riders of all abilities so there's no excuse not to hit the slopes this winter! More ›

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Ariel's Latin Bistro

$29 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch for Two

Step up your brunch game at Ariel's Bistro in the Lower East Side. This spot features innovative Mexican fare, delicious cocktails, and elevated American brunch classics, all housed under an eclectic, industrial-inspired decor. For $29, enjoy two entrees and unlimited drinks, including mimosas, red sangria, and white sangria. Toast to the weekend with this savory deal. More ›

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The Four Seasons Restaurant

$198 Four-Course Dinner for Two

For more than 55 years, The Four Seasons has defined NYC fine dining. Executive Chef Pecko Zantilaveevan carries on the restaurant's tradition of culinary excellence. For $198, you'll get a four-course dinner for two in the Pool Room. Start your evening with appetizers like chestnut soup with vanilla-poached lobster or roasted beets with burrata. Then, dig into entrees like lamb chops or crisp farmhouse duck. End your evening on a sweet note with creative desserts. More ›

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Lincoln Center

$39 Ticket to See the American Classical Orchestra

On February 23rd, the American Classical Orchestra will perform "L'Isola disabitata" by Franz Haydn. Though his operas are rarely performed today, Haydn is considered an equal of Mozart. The concert will also feature vocals by powerful performers including Sherezade Panthaki and Sarah Brailey. For $39 or $49 you'll witness this esteemed ensemble perform classical music with period instruments, allowing modern audiences to hear works as the composers intended. More ›

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