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Ed's Chowder House

$99 Four-Course Dinner for Two

Ed's Chowder House brings classic New England seafood dishes to the UWS. For $99 ($165 value), you and your date can enjoy a four-course dinner for two that includes a glass of Mionetto Prosecco each. Main courses range from seafood linguine with pancetta and white wine to Skuna Bay salmon with grilled eggplant to local fluke. And desserts like lemon meringue pie and chocolate ganache tart will end your evening on a decadent note. More ›

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Spa Castle Premier 57

$35 for All-Day Spa Admission

This hidden Manhattan oasis, with six uniquely themed saunas, a meditation room, sleeping room and indoor aquatherapy pool, focuses on providing a worldly wellness experience. Soak in the traditional Japanese bath culture, then travel to Germany's hydrotherapy spa pools, after making a stop at Korea's hyper-customized Beauty Spa. With today's deal you'll get 45% off admission on any weekday to the spa, which is open from 9 a.m. to midnight. More ›

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Raw Generation

$99 Three-Day Juice Cleanse

Every sip of these nourishing juices from Raw Generation is a step toward a healthier body and mind. By spending three days drinking these juices, you can slim down and reboot your digestive system. They can help detoxify your body by allowing it to turn fat into energy. For $99 ($210 value) get a three-day "skinny" cleanse, or you can opt for the five-day cleanse for $164, seven-day cleanse for $224, or 30-day skinny elixir for $99. More ›

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$55 Tickets to Mostly Mozart Festival: 'Written on Skin'

The highly anticipated U.S. premiere of this contemporary opera by George Benjamin is a highlight of this year's Mostly Mozart Festival, an annual celebration of Mozart and those inspired by him. A gripping tale of a woman's cruel marriage, "Written on Skin" features elements of submission, desire and liberation. Get orchestra and first ring tickets for $95 ($125 value) and orchestra side and second ring tickets for $55 ($85 value) with three dates available through August 15th. More ›

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The New York Botanical Garden

$25 & Up for Tickets to Frida al Fresco Evenings

Escape the bustling city and head to The New York Botanical Garden. Take a trip to Mexico and step inside iconic artist Frida Kahlo's studio at The New York Botanical Garden's Frida al Fresco Evening for $25 and up. This after-hours event allows you to experience the FRIDA KAHLO: Art, Garden, Life exhibit accompanied by live music, performance art and a complimentary draft beer or traditional margarita. More ›

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Hornblower Cruises

$50 Sunday Jazz Brunch Cruise with Unlimited Mimosas

Set sail on an unlimited brunch cruise with mimosas and live jazz around the New York Harbor. This two-hour cruise offers spectacular views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, the Statue of Liberty and lower Manhattan. For $50, you'll get a brunch buffet with charcuterie and cheese boards, omelettes and a carving station, plus unlimited mimosas, coffee, and herbal teas. Make it a party for four people for $195 or enjoy the cruise with a friend for $99. More ›

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