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Chelsea Grill

$35 for Open Bar Brunch for Two

Originally located in Chelsea, this American grill has a new home in Hell's Kitchen and takes bottomless brunch to the next level with an open bar. For $35 ($75 value), grab a friend and enjoy brunch for two, which includes your choice of two entrees and unlimited well drinks, mimosas, beer, and wine. You can choose from a wide range of entrees, such as the classic eggs Benedict and the Chelsea French toast. More ›

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Essential Therapy Spa

$70 for Swedish or Deep-Tissue Massage at NY Mag Critics' Pick

With a focus on massage and holistic facials, this popular day spa, and NY Mag Critics' Pick, helps to heal both body and mind. Banish body aches and tension with your choice of an hour-long Swedish or deep-tissue massage for $70 ($110 value). After your treatment, enjoy some extra relaxation in the spa's steam room, sauna or five-person Jacuzzi. You can also opt for the signature organic facial for $80 or couple's massage for $145. More ›

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NuMe Style

$50 Curling Wand or Flat Iron

This leading hair-care site specializes in powerful tools that make primping quick and easy. Complete with infrared heating systems, negative-ion technology and tourmaline-infused ceramic barrels, NuMe's powerful hair tools offer high style without the damage. With this deal, you'll get a curling want or flat iron for $50 ($165 value). You can also opt for the styling set, which includes five tourmaline-infused barrels, perfect for creating a variety of looks, for $99. More ›

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Tartinery

$59 Dinner for Two at NY Mag Critics' Pick

Known for its French open-face sandwiches, or tartines, this bi-level modern bistro on Mulberry and Spring Streets is a NY Mag Critics' Pick. For $59 (113 value), you'll get dinner for two with two glasses of Charles Lafitte Brut Prestige, one tartine to share, two main courses, one side to share, and two desserts. Savor options like the poulet rti, made with roasted farm chicken, herb mayo, shaved fennel and olive oil or the vegetarian labne with cucumbers and za'atar. More ›

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The Museum of Modern Art

$20 Admission to See Art by Vincent van Gogh, Dali & More

Explore an unparalleled collection of modern and contemporary artwork, including Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night at The Museum of Modern Art. For $20 (reg. $25) you'll get access to special exhibitions, films and daily gallery talks. Plus, you'll get a free audio guide with programming in nine languages and entry to MoMA PS1 within 14 days of your MoMA visit. More ›

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1742 Wine Bar

$49 Wine Tasting, Appetizers & More

1742 Wine Bar in the Upper East Side features carefully selected wines from all over the world, to make your romantic restaurant experience complete. With today's deal, you'll get a wine tasting with pre-selected appetizers and two entres, as well as a take home a bottle of wine at the end of the evening for $49 ($180 value). Study six different wines, with perfectly matched appetizers and discover a varietal that fits your palate. More ›

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