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The Tangled Vine

$69 Dinner for Two with Wine

This cozy Upper West Side spot is a wine-lover's dream, with an unbeatable list of sustainable, organic and biodynamic wines from the old world. The Tangled Vine is offering a dinner for two with two glasses of wine per person, one appetizer to share, one entre each and one dessert to share for $69. Whether you're in the mood for a savory pizzetta, briny oysters, a pan-seared red snapper or anything in between, this neighborhood gem has you covered. More ›

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Fifi International Nail Salon

$29 Manicure & Pedicure

With today's deal from Fifi International Nail Salon in Midtown, get a basic manicure and pedicure for $29 ($65 value). You can also opt for a Shellac manicure and basic pedicure for $35 ($85 value). Shellac goes on like polish but lasts up to two full weeks, with no smudging, drying time, or chipping. The treatments include nail shaping, filing, cuticle grooming, and more. More ›

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Mr. Bean Body Care

$20 Two-Pack of Mr. Bean Coffee Bean Scrubs

Nourish and hydrate your body with these organic coffee scrubs from Mr. Bean Body Care. The all-natural organic coffee scrubs contain Robusta coffee beans, hydrating coconut oil, cacao, vitamin E, exfoliating Demerara sugar and Himalayan pink salt. You can use the scrub twice a week to stimulate blood flow, help reduce the appearance of cellulite, eczema, acne and stretch marks. Get a two-pack for $20 and choose from coconut and mandarin coffee scrubs. More ›

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Slate

$35 for Appetizers, Drinks & Games

This NY Mag Critics' Pick is offering over 50% off a game of pool, shuffleboard, ping pong or foosball at Slate, plus drinks and appetizers. For $35 ($77 value) get any two appetizers, two cocktails or beer, and one hour of play for two people. This Chelsea hotspot offers crispy calamari with marinara sauce, piled-high nachos with pico de gallo, black beans, jalapeos, sour cream, guacamole and nacho cheese, and more. More ›

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$39 Ticket To FarePlate, an Irish Food & Drink Celebration

Celebrate modern Ireland at FarePlate, a festival featuring Irish food, drink, live demonstrations and much more on Saturday, September 12th. Pay $39 and enjoy four hours of food including meats from the Irish beef carving station, morning cottage pie, crushed fingerling potato socle, and Teeling Whiskey mousse. You'll also have drinks from Teeling Whiskey, McGargles Brewery, Rowan Fine Imports and others. Meet the producers and other key industry leaders throughout the event. More ›

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Walking Tours Manhattan

$29 Culinary Tour Around SoHo, Little Italy & Chinatown

Take a culinary tour of some of Manhattan's most storied neighborhoods. For $29 (reg. $62), reserve one spot on this two-hour dinner tour of Little Italy, Chinatown and SoHo. You'll start with a New York slice of pizza and then visit the oldest cheese shop in America. Next, indulge in cannolis at Ferrara before entering Chinatown for pork dumplings. The tour will end in SoHo, where you'll visit a historic cast-iron building dating back to 1872. More ›

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