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Food and drink deals, Washington Shakespeare Company on the cheap, live-from-your-living-room personal training, and more

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 Aria Pizzeria & Bar
Aria, in the Ronald Reagan Building in downtown DC, serves Italian cuisine and a has drink list with 21 beers and 9 red and 13 white wines. With this deal, you can sample the menu for half off a $30 check.

Groupon
$10 for $20 worth of merchandise at Tenley Wine & Liquor
Pay $10 for $20 worth of spirits from Tenley Wine & Liquor’s wide selection, including more than 150 beers, 50 single-malt Scotch whiskeys, and wines from more than ten countries.

$12 ticket for Washington Shakespeare Company’s performances of Richard III or Mary Stuart (a $30 value)
The theater company is making its new home at Arlington’s Artisphere, and this $12 deal saves you at least $18 off the ticket price, depending on the date and time. Choose one play and attend one of three performance dates: Richard III, October 31 at 2, November 5 at 7:30, or November 6 at 7:30; Mary Stuart, November 4 at 7:30, November 7 at 7:30, or November 13 at 7:30.

Additional Groupon deals:
• $32 for five holistic-health classes at the Mindfulness Center in Bethesda (a $90 value).
• $79 for one night plus breakfast for two at the Sheraton Reston Hotel (a $168.95 value).

LivingSocial
$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Town Hall
Town Hall in DC’s Glover Park serves hearty American favorites such as crabcakes and mac and cheese in an upscale setting. Have a $40 meal for half off.

Additional LivingSocial deals:
• $17 for a nine-inch cheesecake (a $35 value) or $13 for 12 mini-cheesecakes (a $27 value) from Capital City Cheesecake in Takoma Park.
• $20 for $40 worth of food, nonalcoholic drinks, pool, and shuffleboard at CarPool in Herndon.

Plum District
$50 for three live, online personal-training sessions from EvoTrain
EvoTrain can help your fitness routine stay on track, especially during the fall and winter when that’s harder to do. EvoTrain’s personal trainers use video-conference software to guide you through a customized 30-to-50-minute workout whenever you want, wherever you have an Internet connection. Pay $50 for this introductory package, normally $165.

$15 for $30 worth of tea and merchandise at Sanctuary T online
Sanctuary T is a New York-based restaurant featuring teas from around the world paired with tea-inspired cuisine. Get 50 percent off a $30 purchase from the Web site, which features mugs, infusers, tea-based snacks and seasonings, and more, as well as loose teas.

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