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$20 Open Bar at The DL Rooftop | Sixth Annual Pig Island

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Costata

$89 Dinner for Two with Cocktails

Head to SoHo for an intimate dinner at Costata. You and your guest will start with an appetizer to share like the soft shell crab with citrus marmalade. Savor entres like the gnocchetti with sea urchin and jumbo lump crab or branzino with heirloom tomatoes. You'll also get a side like the crispy red bliss potatoes or pan-roasted hen of the woods mushrooms, and sip on one glass of wine or cocktail each. End dinner on a sweet note with a shared dessert. More ›

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Roman K Salon

$38 Deep-Conditioning Treatment & Blowout

Whether you're looking for deep conditioning or a sleek blowout, highlights or ombr, you'll find it at this Flatiron salon. For $38 ($105 value) you can instantly revitalize your hair with a deep-conditioning treatment and professional blowout. You'll feel pampered in this stylish and welcoming Fifth Avenue salon thanks to friendly staff and a complimentary wine bar and snacks. You'll also receive 20% off any product purchased on the day of service. More ›

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The DL Rooftop

$20 Ticket to a Three-Hour Open Bar

Celebrate the end of summer on Tuesday, September 1st with Time Out New York at The DL's Rooftop in the LES. Pay $20 for a three-hour open bar with great bites and live music. There will be unlimited Stella Artois and Stella Artois Cidre and hors d'oeuvres including vegetable spring rolls, fried chicken sliders, mini crab cakes, beef sliders and smoked salmon potato pancakes. Plus, a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Food Bank for NYC. More ›

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Mets vs. Phillies

$9 & Up for Tickets

Two longtime rivals battle it out at Citi Field when the Philadelphia Phillies square off against the New York Mets for NL East bragging rights. The Mets are hanging tough in the playoff race, sitting in a great position to catch the Nationals for the lead in the division. Catch all the action on the diamond and root for the home team to extend their winning record on Monday, August 31st or Wednesday, September 2nd. More ›

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Pig Island

$65 Access to the 6th Annual Event with Unlimited Food, Beer & More

Go hog wild at Pig Island on Saturday, September 12th for all things pig-related, featuring the best of New York's farmers, chefs, brewers and vintners. This culinary event will allow you to sample dishes from over 20 chefs including pitmaster Robbie Richter (Hill Country BBQ) and Michael Jenkins (Butter), as well as Paul Denamiel (Le Rivage) and Evan Smith (Hecho en Dumbo). Pair your pig with unlimited craft beer from Sixpoint, hard cider or wines from NY State. More ›

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The People's Bootcamp

$84 Two-Week Challenge

Finish your summer workout routine on a high note with classes at The People's Bootcamp. Boost your metabolism, build strength and stretch out your muscles with this two-week challenge for $84 ($120 value). These high-intensity, 45-minute classes burn fat and build endurance using only your body weight as resistance. At the end of the two-week challenge, you'll feel stronger, fitter and ready to take on even more workouts. More ›

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