Half off food and drink at Tonic Restaurant
Tonic, in DC’s Mount Pleasant and Foggy Bottom, serves hearty American comfort food and original drinks such as the Ron Burgundy. Pay $20 for $40 worth of dinner, or $10 for $20 worth of lunch and brunch at both locations.
$25 for $50 worth of courses, climbing, and equipment rentals at Sportrock Climbing Centers
Sportrock Climbing Centers, in Sterling and Alexandria, offers indoor rock climbing, climbing equipment, and instruction for climbers of all skill levels. Today’s deal gets you half off a $50 experience of your choice at either location.
$79 for a laser teeth-whitening treatment from Laser White Express (a $179 value)
Laser White Express in DC’s Dupont Circle uses a high-concentration gel and laser light to remove dental stains. Brighten your smile for 56 percent off the regular price.
Half off house-cleaning services from Maid to Please
Maid to Please has been in business since 1991 and uses ecofriendly solvents to spruce up your home. Have a crew work on your one-bedroom house for $45 (a $90 value); two-bedroom for $65 (regularly $130); three-bedroom for $80 (a $160 value); or four-bedroom for $100 (regularly $200). This company serves homes in Montgomery, Fairfax, and Loudoun counties and parts of Northwest DC.
$75 for Fire & Ice facial or microdermabrasion from the Reisin Institute
The Reisin Institute in Chevy Chase was featured in our Top Doctors issue this year. Try the Fire & Ice skin rejuvenation treatment for $75 (normally $175), or pay the same amount for a microdermabrasion treatment (a $165 value).
$9 for two albums from the “kindie-rock” group the Baby Grands (a $20 value).
The Baby Grands—musicians Ben Rowell and Chuck Nash—make catchy rock music you won’t mind sharing with your children (think Barenaked Ladies and Fountains of Wayne). Their second album, The Baby Grands II, won’t be released until November 16, but this deal gives you an early copy plus their debut album for $9.
$15 for $30 worth of personalized holiday cards, gifts, stationery, and more from Polkadot Weekend
Polkadot Weekend specializes in customizable stationery and greeting cards and also sells small gifts, notecards, gift labels, and more. Purchase $30 worth of merchandise from the Web site and pay $15 (shipping not included).
A few deals are still on:
Tippr’s deal on a needle-free collagen treatment and LivingSocial’s deal on a children’s cooking class (click here).
Tippr’s deals on videos-turned-flip-books and a movie tour of DC.
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