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Intermezzo

$49 Dinner for Two with Drinks

Intermezzo is the perfect place to start a night out. With this incredible deal, get 50% off a three-course dinner for two with two glasses of wine, sangria or beer. Select appetizers like the caprese with Neapolitan imported buffalo mozzarella, ripe tomatoes and basil. Then, get two entrees like the gnocchi al pesto with shaved Parmesan cheese or braised short ribs in a chianti sauce with potato truffle cannelloni. Top off your evening with the NY Mag praised, and memorable tiramisu. More ›

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Vichy

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This beloved brand pairs groundbreaking research with mineral-rich thermal water from French volcanoes to meet the beauty needs of women everywhere. With today's deal, get $30 off your purchase of $80 or more at VichyUSA.com. Vichy was the first beauty brand to create a range of formulas for women with differing skin types. Today, the company continues to research the effects that aging, diet, hormones and stress can have on each of these skin types. More ›

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Radiance Tea House & Books

$35 Tea & Dim Sum for Two

Sit down for afternoon tea and dim sum at this Midtown oasis with charming and sophisticated dining. For $35 you and a friend will get four dim sum to share, two desserts, and one pot of tea. Savor pan fried hot green pepper with baby shrimp, shiitake and carrot filling, or pork ribs in chili black bean sauce. Finish your meal with mango pudding made from fresh mango puree and minced mango, or a homemade tea cookie platter. More ›

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New York Philharmonic

$29 & Up to See "Gilbert Conducts All-Mozart"

Experience this all-Mozart program conducted by maestro Alan Gilbert and performed by the New York Philharmonic at David Geffen Hall. The evening kicks off with Divertimento in D major, a piece written expressly for enjoyment. Then principal horn Philip Myers takes the stage for the Second Horn Concerto. With its hunting horns finale, the piece was written to showcase the instrument's nobility and lyricism. Orchestra seats start at $29. More ›

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Little Town

$15 Oysters & Beers for Two

Oysters and beer make the perfect pairing to share, so take a stroll over to Irving Place with a friend and set your sights on some delicious seasonal delights. With today's deal, you'll enjoy 18 Long Island oysters and two draft beers of your choice to share for just $15 ($48 value). These freshly-shucked oysters are complimented with a vast selection of amber, cider, IPA, lager, pale ale, porter, or a wheat brew of your choice. More ›

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Supreme Team Boxing

$49 for 10 Boxing or Kickboxing Classes

Take your workout into the ring with boxing and kickboxing classes from professional trainers at Supreme Team Boxing. For $49 you'll get ten 60-minute group boxing or kickboxing classes. Each session starts with a 15-minute warm-up incorporating jump rope, squats, push-up and light stretching before your workout begins. These vigorous workouts both strengthen and tone your physique while you learn a variety of kicks, blocking techniques and even a few Muay Thai moves. More ›

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