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Dinner at Asellina | Helicopter Ride Over Manhattan

Friday, March 11

 
 
Asellina

$65 Dinner for Two

Located on the ground floor of the Gansevoort Park Hotel, this trattoria serves rustic Italian cuisine in a modern dining room. For $65, you and your date will get one pizza, one pasta, one dessert, and a glass of Prosecco. Dig into a crisp pizza, like burrata with heirloom tomatoes and savor homemade pasta like the squid ink linguine with Maine lobster. End the evening on a decadent note with a Nutella pizza with marshmallow and toasted almonds. More ›

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First Call

$5 for a Month of Unlimited Free First Drinks at Over 70 Bars in NYC

Discovering new bars just got a lot more fun with First Call's subscription nightlife iOS app. For $5 a month you will be able to get your first drink complimentary at over 70 bars and restaurants in NYC, including Evelyn Drinkery, Warren 77, Belgian Beer Cafe and more. You can go to each venue once a day and order anything from a specialty cocktail to a draft beer. Enter promo code "FCNYMAG" and explore the best drinks this city has to offer. More ›

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Paint Nite

$35 Two-Hour Painting Party at a Bar

With today's deal from the beloved Paint Nite, get 46% off a ticket to a two-hour painting party at bars downtown including Essex on the Lower East side and The Cupping Room in SoHo. Upon arrival, you'll receive an easel, paint, a canvas, brushes, and an apron. The class's friendly instructor will guide you step-by-step as you create your own masterpiece. You can also get admission for two people for $69 (reg. $130). More ›

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Tio Pepe

$35 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch for Two

Start your weekend off right with this $35 bottomless cocktail brunch for two in Greenwich Village. You'll get one entree per person and two hours of unlimited margaritas, mimosas and bloody marys. Select from entrees including the pulled chicken sandwich with avocado and black beans, an egg omelet with caramelized onions and potatoes, or the grilled sirloin steak with poached eggs. More ›

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New York Helicopter

$135 Helicopter Ride Over Manhattan Skyline

Get a bird's-eye view of the Manhattan skyline in a helicopter with this deal from New York Helicopter. You'll get 22% off this one-of-a-kind experience and get to take in panoramic views of Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and the Freedom Tower during your 15-minute flight. You can also opt for a 19-minute Central Park Tour for $190 or a 25-minute Grand Helicopter Tour for $250, which includes views of uptown, midtown and downtown Manhattan. More ›

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iLoveKickboxing

$20 for Three Kickboxing Classes

This international kickboxing gym has taken the workouts of professional fighters and made them accessible to students of all skill levels. Energetic instructors and great music will keep you motivated for every minute of the class. Pay only $20 for three one-hour kickboxing classes that will sculpt your core, trim your arms, tone your legs and increase your stamina. You'll also receive one 40-minute personal training session and a pair of boxing gloves to take home. More ›

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