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Daily Deals Roundup
Food deals, plus maid service and a pearly-whites kit By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published October 4, 2010

Every day we find the best deals from around the area and gather them here. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at Savour
Savour in Adams Morgan offers contemporary American cuisine and a sizeable wine list. The warm colors and dim lighting create a plush atmosphere.

Groupon
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at Kitchen
Kitchen’s upscale Southern food sticks to your ribs, but this deal will make sure it’s easy on your wallet.

LivingSocial
$10 for $25 worth of food and drink at Cork & Fork
With the holiday coming up, we’re declaring this wine season, and this deal for 60-percent savings at Cork & Fork will help you get in the spirit. Ten dollars covers a $25 purchase at any of Cork & Fork’s three locations (Logan Circle, Bethesda, and Gainesville).

Plum District
$60 for 90 minutes of maid services from Maid in DC (a $120 value)
The time for spring cleaning is long gone, but Maid in DC is rolling back the calendar with this deal. Book the company for $60 and get 90 minutes of general cleaning or specific attention to trouble spots.

$45 for an at-home whitening kit from Pro White Teeth (a $118 value)
Pro White Teeth says its kits last about three years and can whiten your teeth up to ten shades brighter. The kit includes eight syringes of in-home whitening gel, instant trays used to apply it, and a carrying case for $45.

Tippr’s deals on a music lesson with Matthew Viator and a standard dental exam are still on.

 

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