$25 for $50 worth of food and drinks at Hudson Restaurant & Lounge
Hudson Restaurant & Lounge in DC’s Dupont Circle serves American comfort food in an upscale setting. Have a hearty $50 meal for $25. This deal isn’t valid for New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Easter Sunday, or Mother’s Day.
Additional Groupon deals:
$25 for $50 worth of designer apparel from South Moon Under (online and multiple locations in Maryland and Virginia).
$40 for $100 worth of photography and makeover services at Glamour Shots’ DC location.
Up to 79 percent off delivery of the Washington Post
The Washington Post is offering two deals on home delivery: $27 for 20 weeks of daily delivery (a $130 value), or $11 for 20 weeks of Sunday-only delivery (normally $40).
$20 for six gourmet ice-cream sandwiches and delivery from Sweet Bite Creamery
Sweet Bite Creamery combines handmade cookies with handmade ice cream to make gourmet dessert sandwiches. The confections come in creative flavors such as peanut-butter-mud-pie, and peppermint-gingerbread. This deal gives you a $20 for six delivered sandwiches. If you buy more than one voucher, you get an additional sandwich for each half-dozen purchased. Order online.
$12 for $24 worth of Invisibelt and Invisibump products
Invisibelt is a flat plastic belt that holds up your pants without creating that strange, belt-buckle bulge underneath your long or fitted tops. The belts come in waist sizes zero to 14. The Invisibump belt was created for women who are transitioning into or out of pregnancy so that pants fit their changing bodies. This deal gets you either of these products for half off.
$75 for a studio-portrait sitting from Robert Cummings Photography (a $150 value)
Robert Cummings specializes in portraits of families, colleagues, pets, babies, and brides. Save 50 percent on a studio session, which takes place in Alexandria.
$15 for $30 worth of crafts and services at Clay Cafe Studios of Chantilly
Clay Cafe Studios of Chantilly is the largest paint-your-own-pottery studio in the area. The store also offers glass fusion—customers can create glass dishes, bowls, and jewelry. The studio fee for all ages is $6, and pottery is $9 and up—pay $15 for $30 worth of fun.
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