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$35 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch | 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'

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Clinton Hall

$35 Appetizers & Flights for Two

This expansive indoor-outdoor beer hall in the Financial District puts a gourmet twist on the beer garden, complete with a rotating selection of exclusive brews, brats and burgers. Catch up with a friend over beer flights and delectable eats at this craft-beer hall. For $35 you'll get three bites to share and one flight of beer each. Choose small plates like truffle fries with Parmesan cheese, truffle oil and parsley, or wings smothered in your choice of buffalo or barbecue sauce. More ›

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Manhattan Plaza Health Club

$49 Unlimited Rock Climbing Membership

With over 5,000 square feet of bouldering and climbing walls, Manhattan Plaza Health Club's climbing gym provides the perfect setting to hang out with friends and get fit! With this offer you'll get 51% off a one-hour rock climbing lesson and a one-month rock climbing membership at this Midtown gem. Explore the 60 climbing routes and 160 foot bouldering trail as many times as you like. Plus, all equipment is included with this deal. More ›

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Tio Pepe

$35 Bottomless Cocktail Brunch for Two

Start your weekend off right with this $35 bottomless brunch for two in Greenwich Village. You'll get one entree per person and two hours of unlimited cocktails. Since 1970, Tio Pepe has managed to cook up all the right ingredients for success. Select from entrees including the pulled chicken sandwich with avocado and black beans, an egg omelet with caramelized onions and potatoes, or the grilled sirloin steak with poached eggs. More ›

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Hudson Union

$55 One-Year Membership & Access to a Conversational Interview with Kevin Costner

Enjoy access to celebrity speakers from a wide spectrum of public life. Guests at these events include top leaders in fields ranging from politics and government to arts and sciences. With today's deal, you'll get access to a conversational interview with Kevin Costner, director-producer Jon Baird and artist-filmmaker Rick Ross at the Museum of Modern Art Theater on Wednesday, October 21st. Plus, get entry to red-carpet film premieres, galas, mixers and other events. More ›

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Kaia Wine Bar

$65 Three-Course Dinner for Two with a Bottle of Wine

Sip and savor flavors of South Africa at Kaia Wine Bar, an intimate Upper East Side hotspot. Pay $65 and enjoy a three-course dinner for two with a bottle of wine to share. Explore the tastes of South Africa with an appetizer like dukka hoender with chicken, red onion and mushroom before savoring an entre like the sol ceviche with flounder, kiwi, red pepper, lemon and lime. End your meal with a dessert to share like the traditional malvapoeding. More ›

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'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'

$59 and Up for Broadway Tickets

The acclaimed National Theatre production of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' is the most award-winning show of the year, and a NY Mag Critics' Pick. Honored with five Tony Awards, including Best Play, this theatrical phenomenon brings Mark Haddon's internationally best-selling novel to thrilling life. This adaptation by Tony and Olivier Award winner Simon Stephens is directed by two-time Tony winner Marianne Elliott at New York's Barrymore Theatre. More ›

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