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City Winery Brunch or Dinner | 'George Balanchine's The Nutcracker'

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City Winery

$29 Brunch for Two in the Barrel Room

This NY Mag Critics' Pick is offering brunch for two in their Barrel Room for only $29. You can also enjoy brunch for four for $55. Brunch includes one entre per person like pastrami & eggs or a smoked salmon bagel, and a mimosa, bloody mary or glass of wine each. If you're not in the mood for brunch, savor a dinner for two from Sunday through Wednesday. For $45 you'll get two entres like hanger steak or lobster spaghetti and one glass of wine each. More ›

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Skintology

$80 One-Hour Hydrating Oxygen Facial

Skintology raises beauty services to the next level. With two locations in Manhattan, Chelsea and Midtown East, you'll be able to find an appointment that suits your schedule. With today's deal, pay $80 ($160 value) for a one-hour hydrating oxygen facial. The facial begins with a relaxing massage of your face, neck, and shoulders. It then includes a cleansing, exfoliation, and hydration. The esthetician will work to oxygenate and nourish your skin with vitamins A, C, and E. More ›

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40 Knots Bar

$35 Ticket to The Brooklyn Crab Festival

Kick off crab season with unlimited crustaceans by heading to The Brooklyn Crab Festival. This event is taking place at 40 Knots in Brooklyn on Saturday, November 7th. Pay $35 and experience two hours of unlimited Maryland Blue Crabs with sides of corn, potatoes, and shrimp. After filling up on food, sit back to enjoy the great music, raffle tickets, Big Ten College Football and more. More ›

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Duet Restaurant

$89 Three-Course Dinner for Two

This West Village eatery satisfies all your cravings for everything from juicy skirt steak to dulce de leche doughnuts. With today's deal, pay $89 and get a three-course feast for two with one glass of wine each. Start with a savory Kobe beef tartare with a creamy quail egg or an onion-bacon tart. Grilled skirt steak with an orange-chipotle sauce and duck breast with wild rice make for hearty entres, while dulce de leche doughnuts end the evening on a sweet note. More ›

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'George Balanchine's The Nutcracker'

$138 Ticket to See New York City Ballet Perform the Holiday Classic at Lincoln Center

Celebrate the holiday season by taking in this timeless classic from the New York City Ballet. This cherished holiday production features Balanchine's revered choreography performed by world-class dancers, along with the company's breathtaking sets and whimsical costumes, all set to Tchaikovsky's beloved music. Purchase your tickets today and you'll receive one drink and one souvenir program. More ›

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HelloFresh

$35 Farm-Fresh Meals for Two Delivered to Your Door

HelloFresh makes it easy to eat healthy at home with quick delicious meals pre-measured and ready to cook. With today's deal, get a classic meal box for two delivered to your door for just $34.99 ($69 value). Each box has three meals with easy-to-follow recipes that take less than 30 minutes to cook. HelloFresh supplies all necessary ingredients in a chilled box; just follow the instructions and enjoy! More ›

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