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Dinner at The Carlyle | Naked Winery Best Sellers

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The Carlyle

$129 Dinner for Two with Wine

The Carlyle, in the elegant and posh Carlyle Hotel in the Upper East Side, is a beautiful space with refined food. For $129 ($236 value), you'll get a weekday dinner for two from an exclusive menu that includes two appetizers, two entrees, two desserts, and two glasses of prosecco. Start with options like the cured foie gras torchon and move onto entrees like the brown butter-crusted halibut with cilantro, baby potatoes, and artichokes barigoule. More ›

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Maris Dusan

$90 Oxygen-Infused Facial

This Upper East Side clinical aesthetician uses natural products and innovative technology to help clients achieve radiant skin. For $90 ($245 value), you'll get an oxygen-infused facial, where an energizing oxygen mask will help to revitalize dull, dry skin. Cleansing and extractions will ensure that your skin will be clear and fresh-looking. You can also opt for the classic facial for $85, anti-acne facial for $95, and the calcium lifting and firming facial for $150. More ›

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Bread

$42 Prix-Fixe Dinner for Two at NY Mag Critics' Pick

This Nolita cafe's raison d'tre is bread, and all that can be crammed between two slices and deliciously melded in a sandwich press. For $42 ($84 value), you'll get a prix-fixe dinner for two with a shared appetizers, two entrees, and two glasses of wine or beer. Start with a saffron rice croquette or crispy calamari before looking over a menu of exquisite Italian classics like homemade spinach gnocchi or fresh tagliatelle with lamb ragu. More ›

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Naked Winery

NY Deals' Pick: 35% Off Best Sellers Mixed Pack

Our New York Deals pick of the day is a mixed four-pack of wine from Naked Winery's best sellers. With popular whites and reds, you'll have wine for any occasion or a bundle that is perfect for a party. The mixed pack includes the 2012 Merlot, 2011 Rogue Valley Pinot Noir, 2013 "Foreplay" Rogue Valley Chardonnay, and 2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris. Get this deal for $60 ($93 value) on Amazon. More ›

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Birdland

50% Off Tickets for Live Jazz

This Theater District musical institution hosts performances by legendary veterans, as well as exciting new stars who are carrying and expanding the genre well into the future. Named after the father of bebop, Charlie Parker (a.k.a. "Bird"), this jazz mecca played host to scores of luminaries in its 1950s and 1960s heyday. With today's deal you'll get tickets starting at $12.50 to any show through August 30th. More ›

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G-Lash

$45 Classic Set of Eyelash Extensions

Get the glamorous lashes you see on Hollywood stars with lush, natural-looking extensions from this specialty spa in Midtown. A talented professional will apply your extensions in a custom length and shape to fit your individual look, leaving you with gorgeous results that accentuate your own personal beauty. For $45, you'll get the classic set, with about 75 lashes per eye. You can also opt for the basic set for $39 or the natural set for $60. More ›

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