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Half off drinks at Iron Horse Tap Room
The Iron Horse Tap Room in DC’s Penn Quarter boasts more than 20 standard and artisan beers on tap, 20 bourbons, a dozen scotches, and more. If it sounds like your kind of place, pay $10 for a $20 drink coupon, or $8 for a flight of four beers plus a pint of Iron Horse Beer (an $18 value).
$79 for one night plus extra amenities at Four Points by Sheraton Manassas Battlefield (a $174 value)
Here’s a quick and cheap getaway if you just need a little break from your daily routine: Pay $79 for a one-night stay for two at the Four Points by Sheraton in Manassas. The deal includes breakfast for two, a $35 meal credit at the hotel’s Applegate’s Restaurant and Lounge, and Champagne and strawberries delivered to your room for a little romance. Save 55 percent off the normal price of this package.
$20 for $40 to spend at the upscale bowling alley 300 Shady Grove
Gaithersburg’s 300 Shady Grove brings together casual dining, upscale bowling, and a lounge atmosphere under one roof. Get $40 toward menu items, bowling fees, and drinks for half the price.
Additional Groupon deals:
$150 for one Botox treatment around the eyes at BodySculpture Nova in Vienna (a $300 value).
$50 for an hourlong on-location photoshoot and DVD of images from LM Photography (a $100 value).
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at Tsunami Sushi & Lounge in DC’s Logan Circle.
$85 for $155 toward custom-made jeans from indiDenim
If the cookie-cutter jeans at retail stores never seem to fit you properly, then this deal is for you. IndiDenim online lets you design jeans with your choice of everything from the fit to the pockets, and creates the jeans to your measurements. Buy the jeans you’ve always wanted for 45 percent off.
Up to 51 percent off dinner and entertainment from Arlington Cinema ’N’ Drafthouse
Arlington Cinema ’N’ Drafthouse combines sit-down meals with comedy shows and movies to create great nights out. Choose from these three deals: Pay $27 for ten movie passes (a $50 value); $20 for four VIP comedy-show passes, which include backstage meet-and-greets with the comedians (a $40 value); or pay $40 for ten VIP comedy-show passes (an $80 value). Comedy shows are on Thursday nights.
Additional LivingSocial deal:
$28 for a gel manicure and paraffin moisture treatment for hands and feet at TN Nail and Spa in Rockville (a $57 value).
$46 for $125 worth of framing services at A to Z Art and Framing
A to Z Art and Framing in Rockville specializes in conservation, restoration, and archival framing, and the business is experienced with vintage or one-of-a-kind works. This deal is for 63 percent off custom framing, which includes a discussion about your piece and how you’d like it displayed.
$49 for ten group dance lessons and ten social parties at Du Shor Dance Studio (a $300 value)
Du Shor Dance Studio in Bethesda offers classes in paired and ballroom dance styles for kids, adults, singles, and couples of all skill levels. For $49 you get ten classes and admission to ten social parties where you can show off what you’ve learned in a non-instructive setting. Swing this deal for 84 percent off the normal price.
$10 for $20 worth of food and drink at the Tortilla Factory
The Tortilla Factory in Herndon serves Mexican fare in a family restaurant adorned with traditional paraphernalia—it also serves American favorites for little picky eaters. Buy the deal for half off a $20 meal.
$98 for two hours of home-organization services from Clutterbusters (a $180 value)
Clutterbusters has logged more than 20,000 hours of organizing and can handle everything from disheveled home offices to bedrooms trapped under years of hoarding. Buy this two-hour trial for 46 percent off—this voucher also lets you pay a discounted $75 fee for additional time. Clutterbusters serves all of Washington and up to 30 miles north of Baltimore.
Deals for Deeds
$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Nage Restaurant
Nage Restaurant in downtown DC serves “creative food without the ’tude” in a casual setting—menu items include venison country pâté, wild-mushroom baklava, and Eastern Shore crabcakes. Have a $40 meal for half off; a portion of the proceeds from this deal goes toward a month of meals for one client of the DC nonprofit Food & Friends (which costs $750).
$10 for $20 worth of food and drink at Pitazzi
Pitazzi in DC’s Adams Morgan serves Mediterranean cuisine for low prices. Have a $20 meal for at least half off—the more deals that are bought, the more the price drops for everyone.
$329 for two nights for two in a deluxe guest room at the Historic Rosemont Manor in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley (a $700 value)
This romantic getaway from the Historic Rosemont Manor includes a picnic lunch, a vineyard tour, and access to an innkeeper’s reception. The luxurious manor was former senator Harry Byrd Sr.’s home and hosted only Presidents for two centuries before opening to the public. Pay $329 for a stay in the deluxe guest room or $379 to stay in a luxury suite. This deal can’t be applied to stays during October or on February 12 and 13. Other restrictions apply, so check the fine print.
$1,570 for an eight-day/seven-night Kaia Yoga retreat at Blue Spirit in Costa Rica (a $1,950 value)
Blue Spirit in Costa Rica is a sustainable yoga resort, and this retreat runs from February 26 through March 5. It includes three meals a day; beach, pool, library, and wifi access; early-morning yoga classes; and evening activities and events. You can pay $1,570 for a double-occupancy Hermitage Room with two twin beds, a private bathroom, solar-heated water, and partial mountain and beach views; $1,750 for a single-occupancy Hermitage Room with one queen-size bed; $1,520 for a double-occupancy Eco Cottage, away from the main building, with solar-powered everything and a private bathhouse; or $1,760 for a single-occupancy Eco Cottage. Notify Kaia Yoga if you’re sharing a double-occupancy with someone else who has purchased a ticket.
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