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Give bibimbap a shot, decorate your walls, get a great haircut, or snag a case of wine with today's deals Web sites By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published September 9, 2010

Every morning we’ll be posting some great deals on products and services around Washington. Check back every morning, and plan for some savings.

Washingtonian Daily Deals
50 percent off Korean food at Rice Bar
The signature dish at Rice Bar is bibimbap, or a Korean rice bowl topped with a variety of veggies, fish, beef, or tofu. While there are some authentic varieties, you can also design your own. The menu also has noodles, sushi rolls, and maki. Here’s a nice perk: You can order online for a streamlined lunch. The deal is on for the next seven days.

Groupon
Canvas on Demand: $45 for one 16-by-20-inch gallery-wrapped canvas, including shipping and handling
Need something for an empty wall? This deal gets you a photo printed on a durable canvas. Makes for a great gift, too.

LivingSocial
Easel Hair Studio: $75 worth of salon services for $35
If you’re due for a trip to the salon, clear your afternoon schedule. Georgetown’s Easel Hair Studio is chopping 53 percent off any salon service worth $75.

TIPPR
This site has two deals today. You can snatch up half-price tickets to comedian Pierre Edwards at the Lincoln Theatre October 14. He’s worked in films with Bill Bellamy and written skits for Martin Lawrence. The deal is on for the next four days. The other deal is from Schneider’s of Capitol Hill, which is offering six bottles of wine for $34 for today only. A $79 value, the six-pack includes Cousino Macul Riesling, Explore Sauvignon Blanc, Two Brothers Riesling, Vika Chardonnay, Vika Torrontes, and a Wunsch & Mann Riesling.

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