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Indian Food at Gandhi Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Gandhi Restaurant

Gandhi Indian Restuarant

Chefs whip up Indian specialties such as samosas and curries, tailoring each dish's spice level to customers' personal preferences

$20 $11

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$25 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $25 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks at Legend's Field Restaurant & Pub

Legend's Field Restaurant & Pub

Legends Field Restaurant & Pub

Located inside a horse-race club house, the pub serves buffalo wings, hot dogs, burgers, and sandwiches

$25 $12.50

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Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four or More at Hokkaido Asian Bistro (Up to 40% Off)

Hokkaido Asian Bistro

Hokkaido Asian Bistro

Hibachi dinners and seafood entrees include salmon, scallops, and shrimp

$30 $18

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Modern Italian-Asian Fusion Cuisine for Two or Four at LAX on Lark (Up to 51% Off)

LAX on Lark

Lark St. In Center Square

Traditional Italian and Asian dishes alongside a few fusion dishes like crab rangoon pizza and chicken teriyaki linguine

$40 $22

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Indonesian and Modern American Cuisine for Two or Four at Yono's Restaurant (48% Off)

Yono's Restaurant

Downtown Albany

Indonesian dishes with French-inspired presentation served alongside modern American dishes in and elegant 19th-century townhouse ambience

$50 $28

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Southern Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Cupz Southern Style Cuisine (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Cupz Southern Style Cuisine

Albany

Southern classics such as fried chicken, collards, and shrimp and grits served in a welcoming atmosphere

$20 $10

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Dinner and Wine for Two or Four, or Lunch and Dessert for Two at La Serre (Up to 57% Off)

La Serre Restaurant

La Serre Restaurant

Lobster ravioli, rack of lamb, filet mignon, and veal oscar served in wood-paneled dining room or out on patio of building built in 1829

$75.90 $35

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Distillery Tour and Glasses for Two or Four at The Albany Distilling Company (Up to 50% Off)

The Albany Distilling Company

The Albany Distilling Company

Tours reveal the process behind the distillery’s 19th- and early 20th-century-style rums and whiskeys

$20 $12

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  • El Loco Mexican Cafe
    El Loco Mexican Cafe invites wandering gastronomes inside to pick tasty stomach stuffers from the menu of Mexican, Tex-Mex, and Nuevo-Southwestern cuisine. After sampling homemade guacamole ($5.50) or a shared platter of turkey-stuffed Buenos nachos ($11.25), diners frighten away their hunger by exposing it to chicken mole negro ($15.50), quesadillas filled with the likes of ancho chicken, portabello mushrooms, or just plain queso ($9.25–$12.25), or a chorizo chimichanga sautéed with onions and peppers, wrapped in a tortilla, and deep fried to the color of a golden-brown rose ($11.25).
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    465 Madison Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Liberty Tax Service
    The professionals will also provide a free review of the previous year's tax return to determine whether or not any alterations need to be made to the filing, and they’ll additionally set up a direct deposit for any upcoming tax refunds.
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    157 Central Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Portelli's Joe N Dough Cafe
    At 6 p.m. each evening, the scent of sizzling burgers begins to waft from the kitchen of Munch Pit, a Central Avenue diner that once held Portelli?s Joe N? Dough Cafe. That savory scent draws in crowds for Smacker burgers, wings, house-made donuts, and frosty swirls of soft-serve ice cream. But the spot's cooks man the grill long past dinnertime, serving patrons until 5 a.m. Munch Pit's decor, like its menu, celebrates classic Americana?red stools line a soda-shop counter, and the entire cast of The Music Man marches past every 15 minutes.
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    66 Central Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Heroes & Legends
    Voted Best Sports Bar by KREM, Heroes and Legends allows for supreme sports viewing, with more than 30 flat-screen TVs for absorption-by-eyeball and a plethora of pub fare to feed your undefeated stomach. Peruse Heroes' menu for hunger-quenching appetizers, such as 10 simmering homemade cream-cheese jalapeño poppers ($8.50). Heroes and Legends' burgers are composed of seven-ounce fresh-ground patties served on a cornmeal kaiser bun with a side of french fries (substitute soup or salad for $1.50 or onion rings for $2); the Black and Blue garnishes its grub with Cajun spices and sprinkles it with blue cheese crumbles ($9.75). Show an opposing fan how the Seahawks are going to obliterate his or her team by spectacularly intercepting his or her order of barbecue chicken pizza, topped with bacon, pineapple, red onion, mozzarella cheese, and diced tomatoes ($10.99 for 10" small, $17.99 for 15" large). For an adult beverage, Heroes and Legends' full bar serves up 24 beers on tap—one for each cycle in the Chinese solar year—including brews from Kokanee and Alaskan Brewing Co., as well as fruity margaritas and potent cocktails.
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    286 Lark Street
    Albany, New York US
  • Detroit Urban Legends
    Emanating from the fearless minds of Cass Community Social Services, Detroit Urban Legends Haunted House elicits the yearly jumps, squeals, shrieks, and gasps demanded by Americans tired of only having the reverse extinction of dinosaurs to fear. In a deft blending of two U.S. traditions, Urban Legends combines over-the-top thrills with distinctly unfrightening charity, as ticket sales go to help raise money for programs that provide relief and support for homeless mothers and children. Urban Legends is set inside the sprawling, 2,500-square-foot Cass Community United Methodist Church. Expect all manner of ghoul, ghost, hovering severed limb, and battery-less ringing cell phone upon entering the vast macabre underworld.
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    286 Lark Street
    Albany, New York US
  • Terra Pescetarian International Cuisine
    A plate at Terra Pescetarian International Cuisine isn't just a plate. It's a stage that expresses the philosophies and tastes of the person sitting in front of it. To make its wide array of cuisine?which includes American, Indian, and Mediterranean dishes, among others?the restaurant sources its produce from local farms, engages in sustainable practices, and consults the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch on exactly which fish it serves. Chefs showcase vegetarian, raw, vegan, and gluten-free inspirations in a diverse array of permutations that accommodate a broad spectrum of guests. Whether they choose tandoori vegetables, flatbread pizza with mushrooms and blue cheese, fattoush salad, or black-pepper-crusted ahi tuna, customers enjoy dishes that are fresh, delicious, and a seamless part of their lifestyle.
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    238 Washington Avenue
    Albany, NY US
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