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$30 Mexican Dinner for Two | Luckyrice Moon Festival Cocktail Feast

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Don Chingon

$30 Mexican Dinner for Two with Drinks

Don Chingon is a Mexican restaurant located near the Barclay's Center that's offering a $30 ($53 value) dinner for two with two drinks. Entrees include tacos, burritos, or quesadillas. Try the Carne Asada burrito with marinated skirt steak, salsa Mexicana, black beans, cheese, cabbage, avocado salsa, and crema. Pair your entrees with any drink off the cocktail list like the Maria Rojo with mezcal, chipotle and red pepper blend, cilantro, and agave. More ›

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Caudalie Vinothrapie Spa

$190 for a Facial, Pedicure, Wine & Cheese at The Plaza

Indulge with facials, pedicures, and skincare products all derived from grapes at the flagship U.S. outpost of this iconic French beauty brand. At Caudalie, "vinotherapists" treat guests to an array of unique treatments and massages based on the myriad nutrients and minerals found in grapes. For $190, restore balance and tone to lackluster skin with a vinoperfect facial, get a classic pedicure, and enjoy wine and cheese as you unwind. 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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Paulaner NYC

$29 Oktoberfest Beer Crawl

Ready your lederhosen and celebrate the best of Germany at the 2015 NYC Oktoberfest Beer Crawl on Saturday, September 19th. Get your $29 ticket ($54 value) and kick off the revelry at the Paulaner with a glass of Paulaner Oktoberfest. You'll then experience seven of NYC's best venues with one 12-ounce beer at each location. Enjoy beers like Spaten Oktoberfest, Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Goose Island Oktoberfest, and Brooklyn Oktoberfest. Prost! More ›

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Luckyrice Moon Festival Cocktail Feast

$100 for Two VIP Tickets

On Friday, September 25th celebrate the sixth year of the Luckyrice Moon Festival Cocktail Feast at the Bowery Hotel. Enjoy Asian-inspired cocktails from some of the best mixologists in NYC. You and a friend can get VIP tickets for $100 ($176 value) to this cocktail feast with unlimited samplings that highlight Asian ingredients. The VIP package offers early entry, one hour in advance of General Admission. More ›

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AQUA Studio

$45 for One Week of Unlimited Classes

Take your cycling to the next level at AQUA Studio in Tribeca. These 45-minute underwater fitness classes are the first of their kind in the U.S. Here, sessions help improve cardiovascular endurance, reduce stress and burn up to 600 calories with minimal impact on your joints. With today's deal, get one week of unlimited classes for $45 or three classes for $89. More ›

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