Washingtonian Daily Deals
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink at Old Dominion Brewhouse
Old Dominion Brewhouse, near the Washington Convention Center, is DC’s first microbrewery and serves more than 30 beers, half of which are in-house seasonal brews. The bar serves sushi along with standard buffalo wings and mozzarella sticks. Try it for half off.
$40 for ten VIP passes to comedy shows at Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse
Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse is a restaurant and bar that doubles as a theater. The passes give you access to select Thursday-night comedy shows over the next six months featuring headliners. You can use up to four of your passes at a time.
$149 for $350 worth of sew-in weave from Salon Obsessions
Salon Obsessions in Silver Spring specializes in creating great styles while nurturing and strengthening damaged hair. This deal includes shampoo, conditioning, weave installation, trimming, and flat-ironing, but it doesn’t include the cost of hair. Private hair appointments are also available.
Additional Groupon deals:
$25 for five Vinyasa yoga classes in a heated room at Hot Yoga in DC’s Cleveland Park (normally $90).
$35 for five classes at Quiet Mind Yoga in DC’s Columbia Heights (normally $75).
$29 for five heated power yoga classes at Down Dog Yoga in Herndon (normally $90).
$10 for $25 worth of nuts, dried fruit, and more from Nutty Guys online.
50 percent off at Calvert Woodley Fine Wines & Spirits
Calvert Woodley Fine Wines & Spirits in DC is offering two deals: $15 for $30 worth of items in the gourmet deli, or $48 for a package of three premium wines (a Beringer Stanley Ranch Pinot Noir, a Bennett Family Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, and one St. Jean Belle Terre Chardonnay), valued at $96.
$99 car-maintenance package from Mathias Service Center
Mathias Service Center in Gaithersburg is offering a thorough winter-prep package to help your car make it through the season. The $99 package is valued at $289, and it includes services such as a battery checkup, standard inspection, tire rotation and adjusted air pressure, oil change, and more.
$12 for one adult and one child admission for a historic Alexandria holiday tour with Candlelight Tours (a $45 value)
On a Candlelight Tours excursion, your costumed guide leads you to four festive sites in Alexandria and shares their interesting backstories. The voucher is for this weekend’s December 11 and 12 tours, in which participants can enjoy fun holiday activities at each site. You can also pay $10 for one adult ticket (regularly $20).
$89 for ten 30-minute dog walks from Urban Paws (a $180 value)
Urban Paws is offering ten 30-minute dog walks to be used in one month for half off the regular price. The company serves dogs in certain Washington Zip codes: See Tippr for details.
$36 for eight group dance lessons and eight social parties from Du Shor Dance Studio (a $240 value)
Du Shor Dance Studio in Bethesda offers private and group lessons for adults and children, singles, and couples. This deal is for eight private group lessons (for children or adults) and admission to eight of Du Shor’s social parties, where students show off their skills in a non-instructive setting.
$15 for a pair of Footzyrolls (a $30 value)
Footzyrolls are foldable ballet flats that fit in your purse, ready to spring into action when you’ve had enough of your high heels. Buy a pair from the Web site for half off.
$50 for $100 worth of home goods from LuxFinds.com
LuxFinds.com carries home goods from international brands, creating a wide selection for every price range. Add some character to your home with this voucher for half off a $100 purchase.
$8 for one ticket to Ticonderoga Farms Holiday Festival & Breakfast with Santa
During the winter months, Tinconderoga Farms in Chantilly becomes a winter wonderland, complete with drive-through holiday-lights shows, Christmas-tree cutting, wreath making, candy-cane hunts, and more. While the festival runs from 9 to 5 daily through December 24, this voucher gives you admission to the one-day-only Breakfast With Santa event, Sunday, December 19, at 9:30 and 11:30.