Daily Deals Roundup

The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show, restaurant deals, Botox at home, and more

By: Jazelle Hunt

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
50 percent off at the Spice & Tea Exchange of Georgetown
In addition to tea, this market sells more than 60 sugar and salt blends as well as spice rubs. Spend $10 for $20 or $25 for $50 worth of goods.

Groupon
$32 ticket to the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show (a $71 value)
The fifth annual Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show is on Friday, November 13, and Saturday, November 14, at the Washington Convention Center and includes cooking demonstrations, more than 300 vendors, and food-and-drink tastings. This voucher also gets you into one celebrity-chef demonstration of your choice: Bobby Flay Saturday at 11 or 4; Paula Deen Saturday at 11:30 or Sunday at 3:30; or Rachael Ray Sunday at 11 or 1:30.

Additional Groupon deals:
$15 for $30 worth of Andean food and drink at Guarapo in Arlington.
$15 for $30 worth of Italian food and drink at Positano Ristorante Italiano in Bethesda.

LivingSocial
$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Sushi-Ko Chevy Chase
Sushi-Ko in Chevy Chase features an extensive raw-fish menu, inventive cocktails such as a lychee martini, and Japanese small plates. This deal gets you half off a $40 bill.

Tippr
$45 for $100 toward an order of personalized flip books from FlipClips
FlipClips takes digital videos and turns them into durable flip books in the form of story books, moving greeting cards, and pocket-sized books. Get for 55 percent off a $100 purchase, and get an additional $10 to spend when 100 people sign up for the deal.

$20 ticket for a movie tour of DC with On Location Tours (a $40 value)
On Location Tours puts an interesting spin on the typical DC tour. Instead of shepherding patrons around the Mall, On Location Tours’ guides—all local actors and actresses—take groups to sites all over the city where popular movies and TV shows were filmed, while dishing behind-the-scenes info.

Plum District
$150 for 20 units of in-home or in-office Botox treatments (a $300 value)
Have your facial treatments where it’s convenient for you with this deal from Dr. Anouche Roberts of the Liquid Facelift Center in Vienna. Dr. Roberts uses Botox as well as fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane. You can make an appointment at her practice or she’ll come to your house.

$15 for $34 worth of merchandise at Tees for Change
Tees for Change makes ecofriendly, fair-trade T-shirts with inspiring and upbeat messages. The company plants a tree for every T-shirt sold, so help the Earth and stock up on wearable wisdom with this deal for 56 percent off a $34 purchase.

A few deals are still on:
LivingSocial’s deal on a children’s cooking class and Tippr’s deal on a needle-free collagen treatment (click here).
Groupon’s deal on a yearlong membership to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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