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Daily Deals Roundup
Food deals, parenting workshop, Fandango movie tickets, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published March 2, 2011
Every day we choose the best deals from ten sites and gather them here. Be sure to click on the site’s name to see all of its offerings. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals

$10 for $20 worth of food and drink from Mario’s Pizza House

Mario’s Pizza House in Arlington is a pizza-and-subs delivery spot that stays open late. Get $20 worth of hearty options for half the price.

Groupon

$25 for $50 worth of food and drink at Biergarten Haus

Biergarten Haus in Northeast DC not only serves German favorites such as wienerschnitzel but also boasts an expansive international beer selection that has landed the bar on The Washingtonian's Great Bars 2011 list. You can buy up to two vouchers, but you can use only one per visit.

LivingSocial
$9 for two movie tickets from Fandango (up to $30 value)

Fandango.com is offering two movie tickets for less than the price of one. You must purchase both tickets together, and they have to be for the same movie screening. You can’t use the promotional code for 3D or Imax movies, and the ticket you purchase must be worth $15 or less.

Plum District

$15 for three dozen doughnuts from the Fractured Prune (a $33 value)

The Fractured Prune in Rockville and Frederick offers original, freshly made doughnuts. You can get a made-to-order treat with a variety of glazes and toppings or choose from existing flavors such as the Black Forest, a raspberry-coated chocolate doughnut with chocolate chips and coconut shavings. Get three dozen doughnuts for 55 percent off.

Certifikid

$18 for parenting workshop for the Parent Encouragement Program (a $30 value)

The Parent Encouragement Program in Kensington is offering 40 percent off admission to your choice of two workshops: Eating, Sleeping, and Toilet Training for parents of children up to 4 years old or Challenging Behaviors in Toddlers & Preschoolers for parents of children ages 1½ to 5. The former workshop takes place March 10, the latter April 14; classes meet from 7:30 to 9:30 PM both days. Space is limited.

Deals for Deeds

$10 for $20 worth of brunch at the Wonderland Ballroom

The Wonderland Ballroom in DC’s Columbia Heights offers bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys along with brunch options such as buttermilk hotcakes and “pancake and sausage on a stick.” Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday 11 to 3:30.

Home Run

$12 for $25 worth of food and drink at Bukom Cafe

Bukom Cafe in Adams Morgan serves West African meals such as pepper soup, fufu (a soft dough), and suya (kebab-style skewered meat marinated in-house). Have a filling $25 meal for $12.

Check out Tippr, Wow.com, and DealOn for more deals.

TRAVEL DEALS

LivingSocial Escapes

$145 for a one-night stay for two at the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey (a $299 value)

The Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel
is right on the beach near the Asbury Park boardwalk. This escape gives you a stay in an ocean-view or junior suite, dinner at the Dauphine Grille, a bottle of wine, and a special welcome treat. The Dauphine Grille is closed Monday and Tuesday. See all LivingSocial escapes.

MindBodyGreen Travel
$1,795 for a weeklong yoga retreat in the hills of Ubud, Bali

This retreat is June 25 through July 2. You’ll stay in the boutique retreat Kumara Sakti, nestled in the lush hills of Ubud, Bali. The deal includes most meals, a two-hour spa treatment, guided walks through rice fields, cultural experiences, a sunrise view at Mount Batur Volcano, and daily yoga practice. A $500 deposit is required to hold your spot, and you must pay in full by March 25. See all yoga and wellness retreats from MindBody Green.

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