Washingtonian Daily Deals
$10 for $20 worth of food and drinks at Chief Ike’s Mambo Room
Every night at Chief Ike’s Mambo Room in DC’s Adams Morgan is a theme night: trivia on Monday, reggae on Tuesday, local bands on Wednesday, 1980s night on Thursday, and ladies’ night on Friday. The bar is offering half off $20 worth of cocktails, drinks, and standard bar food.
$40 for a day of paintball for two at Skyline Paintball (an $87 value)
Skyline Paintball in Strasburg is offering all-day equipment rentals for two, two T-shirts, and 500 paintballs for $40 (an additional 500 cost $17). The facility features multiple fields (such as “the frontier field” and “Mars attacks”) where your inner soldier can run free.
78 percent off a facial-rejuvenation treatment or a spider-vein removal treatment from Vivia (each a $900 value)
Today, Vivia Center for Cosmetic Therapy in McLean is striking $600 or more off the price for two of its services. Pay $299 for three half-hour facial-rejuvenation treatments for sun damage, fine lines, and discoloration, or pay $199 for three half-hour, noninvasive spider-vein-removal treatments.
Additional Groupon deals:
$75 for a haircut and scalp treatment at Ted Gibson & Hela Spa in Chevy Chase (up to $240 value).
$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Comet Ping Pong
At Comet Ping Pong in upper Northwest DC, the kitchen serves original handmade pizzas, you serve Ping-Pong balls on its free tennis tables, and underground musicians serve singular sounds. This deal takes half off $40 worth of microbrews and Comet pizzas such as the Softie—soft-shell crab, leeks, onion, Old Bay seasoning, and lemon.
Additional LivingSocial deals:
$79 for your choice of dental services from Dr. Wayne S. Myles in Reston.
$150 for 20 units of Botox around the eyes from Potomac Eye Surgeons in Potomac (a $300 value).
$32 for a ready-to-eat deep-fried turkey from Turkeez R Us (a $65 value)
Turkeez R Us online delivers Cajun deep-fried turkey, traditional sides, and even desserts to your doorstep. The company can add any of its eight flavors to any part of the turkey to your specifications (e.g., lemon-pepper drumsticks, jerk wings, butter curry breast). Order by Monday 22 to ensure Thanksgiving delivery.
$15 for $30 worth of Jewish gifts from TraditionsJewishGifts.com
Hanukkah begins on December 1, and if you still haven’t thought about it, Traditions Jewish Gifts may be a good place to start. The site features menorahs (children’s menorahs are printed with fun themes such as sports), a range of dreidels that do more than twirl, Jewish spins on popular board games (“Apples to Apples, Jewish Edition” for example), and much more. Spend $15 for $30 toward your total purchase.
$24 for a ticket to the Medieval Madness dinner and show (a $49 value)
Medieval Madness in Alexandria transports guests back to a time when knights galloped valiantly and people ate meaty feasts with unwashed hands. This deal lets you in on the fun for half price (you should probably wash your hands, though).