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Wednesday, November 11

 
 
Dinner On Ludlow

$69 Dinner for Two with Wine or Cocktails

Enjoy a three course dinner for two at this classic American brasserie. Your meal will include two starters or salads, two entrees, one dessert to share, and a bottle of wine or two cocktails. Take your pick from Chef Blair Hanelt's modern menu which features classics like, hangar steak and whole roasted Mediterranean sea bass, and seasonal additions such as, bone-in pork chops and mixed grain risotto. More ›

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Caudalie

$75 for $125 Credit Toward Products & Services

Indulge in facials, pedicures, slimming treatments and skincare products all derived from grapes at this iconic French beauty brand's boutique on Bleecker. At Caudalie's boutique, you'll find an array of effective products, from toners and cleansers to serums, moisturizers, lip care and fragrances. You'll also be able to select from popular treatments like the Premier Cru facial, which treats signs of aging to leave skin visibly younger and more radiant. More ›

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212 Steakhouse

$40 for $80 to Spend on Dinner for Two

Head to Midtown for an updated take on the classic New York steakhouse, courtesy of Executive Chef Keith Geter who focuses on local, seasonal, traceable, market-fresh ingredients. The menu features a range of carnivorous options, from steak tartare to skirt steak, filet mignon and a selection of prime Kobe beef. You can also take your pick from other fish, poultry, pasta and raw bar selections that include wild salmon filet, grilled lamb chops and black linguine. More ›

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Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival

$75 Ticket for Wine, Food & Live Music

Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival is back and happening this Saturday, November 14th. New York Wine Events is transforming Industry City into an East Coast Napa Valley, where you can sample over 200 wines, specially selected by experts, delight in hors d'oeuvres and a selection of Brooklyn's finest artisan foods, and listen to live jazz music. You will also receive a free wine glass souvenir to continue the tastings at home. More ›

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Lyft

Free! $20 Credit Toward Your First Ride

Lyft is an innovative, on-demand car service community. Whether you need a ride to work or a lift home from the bar, Lyft offers on-demand pick-ups at the touch of a button through a free smartphone app. After successful launches in a handful of cities, this on-demand car service is now in over 200 cities in 32 states. With cash-free payments and affordable pricing, Lyft is a reliable option for getting around town. More ›

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KUR Skin Lab

$65 Therapeutic Massage

Relax and let your stress melt away with a 60-minute ($125 value) massage enhanced with soothing aromatherapy at this Midtown East retreat. You will have the option to choose from a Swedish, deep-tissue, prenatal, office relief, or sports relief massage. In addition to the physical stimuli, your senses will be awakened throughout your treatment by an application of essential, 100%-pure, plant-based oils. More ›

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