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Daily Deals Roundup
New eyeglasses, a painting class, food-and-wine pairings, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published February 11, 2011
Every day we choose the best deals from nine 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

$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at Babes Sports Bar & Grill

Babes Sports Bar & Grill in Silver Spring hosts a happy hour with $1.95 drafts and offers a full menu that stars a line of cheese-stuffed burgers. Get $30 worth of fare for half off.

Groupon
$59 for a glasses exam and $225 toward a new pair at MyEyeDr (a $310 value)

MyEyeDr (multiple locations) is offering 81 percent off an eye exam and new pair of prescription glasses. The stores carry brands such as Prada, Coach, and Ray Ban. You can’t use this deal for replacement lenses or contacts.

Plum District

$25 for a 12-month No Excuses Workout System subscription (a $50 value)

The NEWO System is an individualized fitness system that employs three 30-minute interval workouts per week, and they can burn up to 30 percent more fat than working out at a set pace. The system also helps you integrate fitness into your life with meal planning, nutritional guidance, and more. Try this method for half price.

Wow.com

$20 for $40 worth of hand-delivered flowers and gifts from Flowershop.com

Flowershop.com features both Teleflora and FTD arrangements, as well as fruit and gourmet snack baskets, gifts, and novelty items. Rush delivery is available.

Home Run

$29 for a food-and-wine tasting plus 20 percent off wine at Potomac Point Winery (a $60 value)

Every Thursday from March through May, Potomac Point Winery in Stafford hosts the Tasting Table, which features five pairings of the winery’s labels with gourmet dishes. This deal gives you access to the Tasting Table, plus 20 percent off a purchase from the wine shop.

Check out Living Social, Tippr, Deals for Deeds, and Certifikid for more deals.

TRAVEL DEALS

LivingSocial Escapes

$275 for a two-night romantic stay for two at Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast in Middleburg (a $550 value)

Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast in Middleburg sits on 47 beautiful acres overlooking the Blue Ridge and Bull Run Mountains. The Shenandoah National Park nearby offers bike riding, hiking, horseback riding, and scenic views. This deal includes a bottle of wine and box of chocolates, hot breakfast for two each morning, complimentary drinks and snacks, and tastings at three local wineries. You can opt to stay in a room or two-bedroom suite. See all LivingSocial Escapes.

MindBodyGreen Travel

$875 for a five-day sustainable-cooking retreat with chef Joseph Gillard at Playa Viva, Mexico (a $1,010 value)

The retreat is March 2 through 6 at the private beachfront eco-luxury resort Playa Viva. Guests can sele their own food from the Playa Viva garden and learn sustainable-cooking techniques by practicing alongside chef Joseph Gillard of Napa Valley Grille. The retreat price includes all meals and nonalcoholic drinks, yoga classes, wi-fi, airport transportation, and opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty of the island. Guests can pay $875 for a single-occupancy studio ($1,375 for double occupancy) or $1,775 for a double-occupancy deluxe suite ($2,300 for a triple). See offers on five yoga and wellness retreats in California, Mexico, Costa Rica, Japan, and India.

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