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Boqueria Flatiron

$95 Paella Feast for Two at a NY Mag Critics' Pick

Savor the flavors of Barcelona at the Flatiron outpost of this lauded tapas restaurant. Start your evening with a cava toast, and then dig into a sampling of tapas and two dishes from the market menu which features an ever-changing selection of seasonally inspired recipes. For your main course, choose either the paella de mariscos with monkfish, sepia, squid, shrimp, clams and mussels, or the de montaña with house-made pork sausage, roasted chicken and piquillo peppers. More ›

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Blood Manor

$19 and Up to Experience the Famed Haunted House

Halloween is looming, ushering in screams and terror and all things foul. Have the fright of your life at Blood Manor, a dwelling that is about as inviting as it sounds. New York's premier haunted attraction will send chills down your spine. Are you brave enough to step inside? Get your tickets today for $19 and up. Experience the ultimate thrill this October and November. More ›

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Ricky’s NYC

$30 for $50 Credit to Use In-Store at Any NYC Location

From body glitter and false eyelashes to fragrances and top makeup brands, this fashion and beauty emporium has become a New York institution. With $50 toward seasonal products at any Ricky’s location, you’ll be well prepared for Halloween this year. Get spooky and go wild with everything from cat ears and costume makeup to zombie wigs and skeleton gloves. More ›

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Luna Piena

$29 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch for Two

Celebrate the weekend with a cocktail brunch at Luna Piena in Midtown East. The back patio is the perfect place to spend a fall morning. Pay only $29 for a meal for two including two entrees and 90 minutes of unlimited Champagne, mimosas, Bellinis, margaritas, and Bloody Marys. The brunch menu includes dishes like eggs Benedict with Hollandaise sauce, French toast with seasonal berries, or a cheeseburger with fries. More ›

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Free! $60 Off Your Purchase of $200 or More at the Meatpacking or Midtown East Locations

This award-winning salon boasts unique locations in both uptown and downtown Manhattan, where talented stylists perform stunning transformations. With more than 40 years of experience on the salon floor and 25 creating innovative, editorial-quality products, Bumble and bumble knows hair. Head to either of Bumble and bumble’s Manhattan locations and use your credit toward expert cutting, coloring or styling services. More ›

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Kaz

$39 Dinner for Two with Drinks

Kaz in the East Village is offering a New American-Polish meal for two for $39. You’ll get one appetizer, a salad or pierogi dish to share, two entrees or sandwiches, and four drinks. Start your meal with the assorted pierogis dipped in sour cream and apple sauce. Next, move on to an entrée like the Kaz burger with caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, kielbasa, and served with homemade tater tots. Complement this feast with a beer from a selection of over 20 microbrews from around the U.S. and Poland, including Allagash, Victory, and Żywiec. More ›

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