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Daily Deals Roundup
Professional stylist services, hair deals, overseas excursions, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published March 11, 2011
Happy Friday! Every day we choose the best deals from ten sites and gather them here. Be sure to click on the site’s name to see all of its offerings. Check back Monday for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals  
$15 for $30 worth of food and drink from Rhino Bar & Pumphouse

Rhino Bar in DC's Georgetown is the quintessential sports bar, featuring standard bar food (such as the steak-and-cheese bomb), themed nights throughout the week (such as Guitar Hero night), and “the big game” (whichever ones you’re interested in). Have $30 worth of fare for half the price.

LivingSocial

$101 for home-delivered meals from Let’s Dish (a $202 value)

Let’s Dish offers healthy meals delivered to your door. This deal can be redeemed as four large meals to feed four to six people, or eight smaller meals to feed two or three people. Both options include enough dough to make about 24 scones; dough for 15 cookies; and a spinach-and-feta egg bake for brunch. Feed your loved ones for half the price.

Plum District
$25 for $50 worth of services from Style for Hire

Style For Hire offers a variety of services to help people look their best—offerings include closet audits (to see if what you own actually works for you), personal shopping, and more. Get $50 toward the service of your choice for half off.

Certifikid

$50 for a personalized children’s portrait session and three digital images (a $100 value)

Washington photographer Dottie Millwater is offering a candid-photo package that allows your child to dress-up and play as he or she normally would—if your son thinks he’s Spiderman, Millwater will capture him fighting crime on a playground. If your daughter’s a princess, you’ll get photos of a royal tea party. You can also use the deal for traditional family portraits. This deal gives you 15 to 25 online-gallery photos and three printable and shareable photo files. It covers up to four subjects—additional people are $25 each.
 
Deals for Deeds

$175 for a chemical-free hair-straightening treatment of your choice from Bazzak Hair Color and Design (a $350 value)

Bazzak Hair Color and Design in Alexandria is offering half off the popular Brazilian blowout or Global Keratin with Juvexin treatment. Both treatments can keep your hair straight, shiny, and frizz-free for up to 12 weeks.

Home Run

$65 for a color, cut, and style at Salon Amarti

Update your look with this deal from Salon Amarti in Old Town, which gives you a new haircut and color for 54 percent off.

Check out Groupon, Tippr, Wow.com, and DealOn for more deals.

TRAVEL DEALS

LivingSocial Escapes

$1,859 for a six-night nature-adventure for two in Costa Rica (a $3,098 value)

LatinExplore has a deal on a six-night adventure, including a volcano hike, zip-line tour, and half-day kayak trip. You’ll stay two nights at Magic Mountain, and then the rest of your vacation on the beach at Tamarindo Diria. The deal includes ground transportation, daily breakfast, taxes and fees, airport transportation both ways, and the cost of traveling from city to city. You can bring your children (up to nine years old) for $795 each. See all of LivingSocial's Escapes.

MindBodyGreen Travel
$1,970 for a seven-day wellness retreat in Zihatenejo, Mexico

This retreat is from June 20 through June 26 and is designed to help you disconnect from the world, detox your body, and restore your mental wellness. The package includes three organic meals daily, a sacred tour, healing massages, and a seven-chakras restoration program. Pay $1,970 for a double-occupancy bungalow (which includes a private deck and ocean view) or $2,295 for a single occupancy. See all of MindBodyGreen's yoga and wellness retreats.

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