Ulah Bistro, Diamond Earrings, 18 Holes of Golf, and More: Daily Deals Roundup

Every day we choose the best deals from ten sites and gather them here.

By: Jazelle Hunt

Be sure to click on the site’s name to see all of its offerings. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

$20 for $40 worth of food and drink at Ulah Bistro
Ulah Bistro on DC’s U Street NW corridor serves American and continental fare and offers brunch, late-night meals, and a changing menu. Have a $40 meal for half-off; the deal expires October 28 and you can’t use it for happy hour.

$44 for 18 holes, cart rental, and lunch from Pleasant Valley Golf Club (a $106 value)
Enjoy a full day of golf for 58 percent off with this deal from Pleasant Valley Golf Club in Chantilly. For $44 you get access to the course’s 18 holes, a GPS-equipped cart, and a hot dog, chips, and soda for lunch. Reservations are required, and can be anytime Mondays through Thursdays, before noon on Fridays, or after 10:30 AM on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. One voucher per person, up to eight vouchers per group. The deal expires August 31.

$20 for two manicures from the Emerald Door (a $50 value)

LivingSocial is featuring eco-friendly deals this week in an extended celebration of Earth Day. Today, the Emerald Door spa in Silver Spring, which pampers clients using eco-friendly methods, is offering a two-for-one deal on manicures. Service includes nail-shaping, cuticle care, and a massage. Grab a friend (you have to use the whole voucher on the same day)—the deal expires April 27.

$35 for a monthlong membership with George Washington Tennis Center (an $85 value)

GW Tennis Center in Rosslyn has 11 cushioned hard courts, six lit courts, a hitting wall, free ball machines for members, free shuttle service from Foggy Bottom Metro and more. Use the facilities for a month at 58 percent off the normal rate.

$68 for three half-day camp days at the Little Gym (up to $135 value)

The Little Gym, which offers active, fun, and learning time to promote childhood wellness, invites families to sample its summer camp. The half-day camp is for children ages three through eight, and the deal is good for three days the week of June 20 or June 27. Participating locations are Ashburn, Fairfax, Gainesville, Frederick, Germantown, Olney, Potomac, and Silver Spring. One voucher per child.  

Deals for Deeds
$25 for a culinary knife-skills class from Cookology Recreational Culinary School (a $50 value)

Cookology, located in Dulles Town Center Mall, offers fun culinary classes without the grueling schedule and exactitude of professional culinary classes. Today’s deal gives you half off a knife-skills class, where you’ll learn cutting techniques, guidelines for choosing a proper knife, and correct cleaning and storage. Choose a class time that works for you. The deal expires in six months.

Home Run
$175 for diamond-stud earrings from Astrein’s (a $350 value)

Get a set of diamond earrings in time for Mother’s Day with this deal from Astrein’s. Each tenth-carat diamond is set in a 14-karat white-gold mount. The deal includes shipping and expires tomorrow, so you can receive the earrings in time for the Mother’s Day.

$14 for $28 worth of edible cupcake toppers from Cake Sugar Designs

Personalize celebratory sweets with this deal from Cake Sugar Designs. The company lets you create personalized messages or images to match the theme of your celebration and then transfers your images to a sugary “topper” to put on cookies, cupcakes, and more. Get $28 worth of toppers for half off.

Limited-time Facebook offer:

Throughout April, people who “like” the Virginia Is for Lovers Facebook page will have access to first-come, first-served travel deals through a special “VADeals4DC” tab. Offers from select destinations across Virginia include $50-per-night rooms, free upgrades, buy-one-get-one admissions, and more.

Check out So What’s the Deal, Plum District, Wow.com for more deals.


MindBodyGreen Travel
$349 for a package deal for the Wanderlust Yoga and Music Festival in Vermont
The Wanderlust Festival began in 2009 on the West Coast—this year, organizers are bringing it to Stratton Mountain, Vermont, June 22 through 26. The $349 price includes only lodging at the Inn at Stratton Mountain; you can pay $450 for that plus a Sage Festival pass (four-day pass for three yoga classes per day, all music events, and lift access), hiking trails and gondola rides, free Wi-Fi access, a gift bag. You can also pay an additional $140 for round-trip transportation from New York to Vermont. You must pay in full by June 8—payment plans are available.

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