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La Palapa

$49 Weekend Brunch for Two

An East Village favorite, this beloved restaurant has been serving delicious Mexican fare since 2000. For $49 you and your date will get one guacamole to share, two entrees, two sides, and two margaritas. The brunch menu includes a Mexican spin on French toast, huevos rancheros, grilled tequila marinated skirt steak with eggs, pinto-bean sandwiches, and more. You can also opt for a four course tasting dinner for two with margaritas for $75. More ›

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H&R Block

50% Off Deluxe Online Service

The accounting experts at H&R Block make it easy to prepare your tax returns online and get precisely the refund you're due. No matter how much paperwork you have in your "2015 Taxes" folder, the easy-to-use interface will make it clear which figure goes where. RSVP today and get the deluxe online service for $17.50. The service includes support for e-filing, refund reveal, home ownership deductions, retirement income reporting, investment reporting, charitable donations, and life changes. More ›

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PULSE Contemporary Art Fair

$13 Ticket to See Artists from Across the Globe

The PULSE Contemporary Art Fair returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion with a tightly curated selection of national and international exhibitors showing works by more than 100 artists from across the globe. From Thursday, March 3rd through Sunday, March 6th you can discover and collect the most compelling contemporary art being produced today. Pay $12.50 to see photography, prints, painting, sculpture and mixed media works. More ›

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Jack's Sliders and Sushi

$49 Dinner for Two with a Bottle of Wine

Head to Jack's Sliders and Sushi in Gramercy Park and enjoy the finest ingredients from Eastern and Western cuisines. The $49 dinner includes two starters, two sliders, two specialty rolls or ramen dishes, and a bottle of wine. Savor entrees like the Jack's slider with a bacon-wrapped patty, grilled onions and jalapeno mayo, and rolls like the Yellow Dragon with spicy yellowtail, avocado, cucumber, BBQ sauce, and tobiko. More ›

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Alice's Tea Cup

$25 Mad Morning Tea for Two

With this deal, lose yourself in the whimsy of a Mad Morning or a Mad Hatter Evening tea for two. The Mad Morning tea features coffee or two pots of tea, and a variety of treats including scones, poached eggs, or granola with yogurt, all for $25. The Mad Hatter Evening tea includes two pots of tea, a selection of scones, two tea sandwiches, and assorted cookies with your choice of mocha cake, lemon tart, or chocolate mousse for $35. More ›

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Lashes on 5th

$75 for a Full Set of Natural Lashes

Get full, flirty lashes with a set of natural extensions, which feature 90 lashes per eye. Using the finest products and latest techniques, this Flatiron beauty studio creates long, thick lashes for its clientele. With a variety of lengths, thicknesses, colors and curls to choose from, you're sure to get just the look you want. The service takes between 45 and 60 minutes, and the results can last up to five weeks. More ›

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