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DBGB

$99 Dinner for Two with Drinks at NY Mag Critics' Pick

Savor the cuisine of celebrated Chef Daniel Boulud at his downtown NYC restaurant, DBGB, where American tavern fare meets French brasserie charm. For $99 ($153 value) you'll get a dinner for two with two cocktails including wine or beer. Start with a shared appetizer like the signature sausage or calamari. Then, enjoy entrees like the braised beef brisket or wild Atlantic halibut, plus any two desserts to share. More ›

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90s Fest

Ending Soon! $79 Admission to See Coolio, Salt-N-Pepa & More

Get ready to rock out to an impressive lineup of "TRL"-worthy acts at this all-day nostalgia-fest in Williamsburg on Saturday, September 12th. Pay $79 for general admission and get one beer or wine, accelerated access to the main stage, and $5 off a ticket to the official 90sFest after party at Brooklyn Bowl. Headlining acts will include the likes of Coolio, Salt-N-Pepa, Lisa Loeb, Smash Mouth, Blind Melon, and more. More ›

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Body & Pole

$77 for Five Conditioning Classes

Begin a new exercise regime at this spacious studio, which specializes in aerial, conditioning and pole fitness. You'll feel your body move in new ways after five conditioning classes at this popular fitness studio. Designed to supplement pole and aerial classes, the conditioning courses focus on coordination, strength, flexibility, body awareness and more. Pay $77 for five classes and you'll condition and strengthen every muscle with fresh and dynamic workouts. More ›

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Bistango at The Kimberly Hotel

$45 Brunch for Two with Cocktails

Celebrate the weekend with a fluffy stack of blueberry pancakes topped with lemon sugar and whipped cream, or a frittata stuffed with heritage pork sweet Italian sausage. Located inside The Kimberly Hotel, Bistango offers vintage-style seating and distinctive floor-to-ceiling wine racks. With today's deal, get a brunch for two for $45 including insalata or antipasta to share, two entrees, and two mimosas, bellinis, or bloody marys. More ›

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Solstice Sunglasses

$50 for $100 to Spend on Designer Sunglasses

With today's deal, get 50% off credit toward designer sunglasses in-store at Solstice. There are more than 130 retail locations across the country so you won't have to travel far for a new pair of shades. With an extensive array of styles from designers like Kate Spade, Ray-Ban, Prada, Gucci, and Tom Ford they have frames to suit every face shape and complexion. Solstice even offers a 90-day return policy on all purchases (in case another pair catches your eye). More ›

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Simply Beautiful Hair Salon

$99 Keratin Treatment

With today's deal, the talented stylists at Simply Beautiful Hair Salon in Midtown will give you a glamorous, new look to complement your features. For $99 ($200 value) you can get a keratin treatment that will keep your tresses straight. You can also opt for a haircut, conditioning, blowout and styling for $39 ($100 value) or a haircut and partial highlights, or single-process color for $69 ($140 value). More ›

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