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Drinks at Queen Makeda for a pauper’s price, family fun on the riverfront, a polished smile for cheap, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published September 30, 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 $35 worth of drinks at Queen Makeda bar
Have another drink with your awaze-soaked injera at Queen Makeda in DC’s “Little Ethiopia.” The eatery features traditional Ethiopian cuisine, and the upstairs bar is offering to slash nearly 60 percent off your tab.

Groupon
$6 for one general-admission ticket to the Inaugural RiverFrontFest ($12 value)
Enjoy a day of creative showmanship—from graffiti artists to musicians—plus food, drinks, and family fun along the DC waterfront at the RiverFrontFest, October 9 from 11 to 7. Children under 12 are free, so take the whole family!

LivingSocial
Pick one from the following three: A 50-minute massages ($60), a 50-minute facial ($60), or a facial and massage ($120) at Hela Spa
In Swedish, “hela” means “whole, entire, and complete.” If you’re feeling a bit broken-up or run-down these days, this deal is for you. Choose the service you’d like and let the professionals at Hela put you back together again.

Tippr
$50 for a dental exam, x-ray, and cleaning at the United Dental Group
No offense to dentists, but we’ve never met a person over the age of six who enjoys sitting in that chair. With standard checkups usually running about $300, at least you can feel better about the cost with this deal.

Plum District
$150 for 20 units of Botox or Dysport from plastic surgeon Stephen R. Kay
Stephen R. Kay MD (5530 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 1510, Chevy Chase) is offering the energetic, fresh look you want for $150 (a $300 value).

$25 for $50 of Nest Maternity clothing and accessories
“Pregnant” and “stylish” do not have to be mutually exclusive, and Nest Maternity aims to prove it. The store is based in California, but this deal is good for its online boutique, which features everything from denim jeans to elegant dresses.

 

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