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Daily Deals Roundup
International Spy Museum, the Chesapeake Oyster & Beer Festival, legal documents for less, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published January 10, 2011
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 $30 worth of food and drink at Slaviya

Slaviya in DC’s Adams Morgan is a new restaurant and lounge that serves eastern European fare such as moussaka and Bulgarian kyufte. On Sunday the restaurant offers American brunch. Have a $30 meal for half off with this deal.

Groupon

$55 for admission plus tasting-glass souvenir at the Chesapeake Oyster & Beer Festival (an $85 value)

The Chesapeake Oyster & Beer Festival on Friday, February 18, at the National Harbor features live entertainment and samplings of more than 20 beers, ten oyster varieties, wine, and restaurant offerings. The festival is from 6 to 10, and you must be 21 or older to attend.

Additional Groupon deals:
$29 for a monthlong membership and fitness assessment at Fitness First Health Clubs (area locations, a $175 value).
$9 for $18 worth of sweets at Georgetown Scoops.
$15 for $30 worth of organic fare at Grass Roots Station.
$60 for $120 worth of artisan jewelry from Mia Gemma in DC’s Penn Quarter.

LivingSocial

$12 for a package at the International Spy Museum that includes admission for one, a key chain, and 15 percent off store merchandise

Calling all sleuths: Get 48 percent off admission to the Spy Museum, where you’ll learn about the history of espionage and see gadgets, weapons, and artifacts from the field. This deal also gets you a key chain that reminds you to “deny everything,” as well as 15 percent off merchandise at the Spy Museum Store. We’d tell you what’s sold there, but we’d have to kill you.

Plum District

$80 for two private, in-home training sessions from Spitfire Fitness Arts (a $200 value)

Spitfire Fitness Arts is a service run by professional trainer Jen Young. Save 60 percent when you pay $80 for two in-home introductory sessions to see if Young’s personal training works for you. Spitfire Fitness serves clients primarily in Northwest DC, but arrangements can be made for customers in other parts of Washington.

$49 for a legal will from LegalACE (a $99 value)

LegalACE is an online resource created by a group of experienced legal professionals that can help you create a living will (and other legal documents) without breaking your budget. Buy this deal for half off the normal price and be confident that your affairs are in order.

Wow.com

$35 for a lower-level ticket to the Wizards versus Raptors game (up to $89 value)

The Washington Wizards take on the Toronto Raptors Saturday, January 15, at the Verizon Center. Score a lower-level ticket in the 100s section for 60 percent off.

Certifikid

$35 for a mini-session package at Romp n’ Roll (a $130 value)

Romp n’ Roll in Germantown is an indoor play facility that lets kids from three months to six years old explore music, art, and movement in controlled classes, or play freely on monkey bars, trampolines, and hamster wheels during open gym. This package deal includes the new member fee and gives you three 45-minute classes and three open gym sessions. You must take advantage of the classes during the winter session, which ends on March 13.

Deals for Deeds

$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Napoleon Bistro & Lounge

Napoleon Bistro in Adams Morgan serves gourmet meals with French influences, such as sweet and savory crêpes, braised bison short ribs, and French onion soup. A portion of the proceeds from this deal goes toward a full month of meals for one client of the DC nonprofit Food & Friends (which costs $750).

HomeRun

Up to $29 for four martial-arts classes at DC Aikido (a $75 value)

DC Aikido in Cleveland Park teaches the Japanese martial-art form Aikido, which promotes the merging of mind, body, and soul for physical optimization. The more deals that are purchased, the more the price drops for everyone; try four classes for at least 61 percent off.

TRAVEL DEALS

LivingSocial Escapes

$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.

MindBodyGreen Travel

$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 the 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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