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Fatty Crab Dinner | Whitney Museum of American Art

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Fatty Crab

$89 Dinner for Two with Wine at the NY Mag Critics' Pick

At this starred NY Mag Critics' Pick, Malaysian-inspired comfort classics pair up with spicy ingredients with incredible results. On the menu, guests find bite-sized snacks like steamed pork buns and charred squid salad, along with larger options like Fatty duck spiked with Thai chilies. With today's deal, get 50% off dinner for two with an amuse-bouche, one snack, one noodle dish or rice dish, one specialty dish, one dessert, and wine pairing for each course. More ›

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Joseph Battisti Salon

$75 Haircut & Blowout

The Joseph Battisti Salon, located on the Upper East Side, will transform your tresses for the holidays. Joseph Battisti is an expert stylist who has gained international acclaim with stars around the world. With today's deal, refresh your look and get a chic haircut and blowout for $75, a single process color for $75, or full highlights for $125. You can also opt for a Keratin treatment for $225 and look forward to silky smooth hair through fall and winter. More ›

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The Cravory

$35 for Fall Mix Cookies + Shipping

This artisan sweets purveyor has perfected creative cookie flavors like Lemon Bar, Almond Joyous and Chocolate Truffle. Celebrate the season with an exclusive mix of cookies in fall flavors including Carrot Cake, Nutty Caramel and Pumpkin Chai Latt. For $35 you'll get 15 fresh baked cookies shipped to your door, completely free of preservatives. The cookies feature a soft center and perfectly baked exterior, making for the perfect gooey yet crispy treat. More ›

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Toast Of Brooklyn

$29 for 4 Hours of Unlimited Food, Drinks & More

Some of the best chefs and mixologists are convening in Brooklyn on Saturday, November 7th for the Toast of Brooklyn. Pay $29 and explore food and drink from Brooklyn chefs, and international chefs from the Caribbean, Korea, Brazil and South Africa. The event will take place at Brooklyn Industrial Studios where you can experience Brooklyn Wine Yard Restaurant, Mac Shack, Green Light Grill, Louis Martini Napa Winery, and many more participants for four hours. More ›

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Whitney Museum of American Art

$22 Advance Purchase Line Access

Purchase your tickets now for a visit to the world-renowned Whitney Museum's new location, and receive advance purchase ticket line access. Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the $422 million building is located near the High Line. You will spend your day there exploring over 63,000 square feet of indoor galleries, outdoor exhibition space and terraces. You can also enjoy lunch or dinner at the on-site NY Mag Critics' Pick restaurant Untitled. More ›

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Seastreak Catamarans

$46 Fall Foliage Cruise

Relax and enjoy an ever-changing view of the red, orange and yellow foliage that makes autumn such a scenic time of year. For $46 choose from a variety of dates to cruise on the Hudson River with a narrated tour. The cruise will make a stop at the village of Cold Spring, NY, a historic town filled with well-preserved 19th-century buildings. Here you can grab lunch, bask in the rural tranquility, and do a little shopping before heading home to the city. More ›

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