Deals in Huron Village

$13.99 for an Ethiopian Dinner for Two with Two Entrees at Basha Cafe (Up to $27.98 Value)

Basha Cafe

Neighborhood Nine

Dig into classic Ethiopian eats, such as minced beef seasoned with hot chili powder and herbed butter and collard greens in a mild sauce

$27.98 $13.99

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Tacos, Enchiladas, and Margaritas at José's Mexican Restaurant (Up to 51% Off)

José's Mexican Restaurant

Cambridge

Classic Mexican dishes include a kaleidoscope of tacos, tamales made by the chef's mother, and specialty margaritas

$35 $17

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Seasonal New American Cuisine for Two or More at Nubar (42% Off)

NuBar

West Cambridge

Chefs use in-season, local ingredients when possible to create dishes such as duck confit flatbread and burgers made with Gold Angus Beef

$50 $29

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$29 for $49.99 Worth of French and Cambodian Cuisine at The Elephant Walk

The Elephant Walk

Porter Square

Amuse your taste buds with a mix of dishes, such as flat-iron steak in red-wine beef jus and peanut-topped chicken sautéed with lemongrass

$49.99 $29

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Sushi and Asian Fusion Dinner for Two or Four at O Sushi Restaurant & Bar (Up to 35% Off)

O Sushi Restaurant & Bar

Cambridge

Appetizers such as sake-steamed mussels precede dragon and california rolls in a "Boston Globe"–lauded restaurant in Harvard Square

$40 $29

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Dinner with Appetizers, Soup, and Sushi at Takemura Japanese Restaurant (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Takemura Japanese Restaurant

Harvard Square

Sushi chefs craft everything fresh; original rolls include the deep-fried pumpkin roll and the grilled-salmon roll

$42.85 $21

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Indian Meal for Two or Four at Passage to India (Up to 52% Off)

Passage To India

Porter Square

For 25 years, this Indian restaurant has embraced millennia-old techniques to craft classic northern and southern Indian cuisine

$51.86 $25

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Dine-In or Takeout Sushi and Shabu-Shabu at Akai Ryu Shabu Sushi (Up to 44% Off)

Akai Ryu Shabu Sushi

Cambridge

Creative sushi rolls or shabu-shabu meals where diners can poach ribeye, seafood, and eight types of mushrooms in flavorful broths

$45 $25

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$25 for $40 Worth of Japanese Steak-House Cuisine and Sushi at Bisuteki Tokyo

Bisuteki Tokyo

Cambridge

Authentic Japanese steak-house sates all manner of hunger, including grilled teppanyaki and fresh sushi rolls

$40 $25

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$22 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Soul Food at Beantown Taqueria ($40 Value)

Beantown Taqueria

Cambridge

Chile relleno with egg-battered poblano pepper, tacos with hand-made tortillas and cilantro, and deep-fried chimichangas

$10 $5.50

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Crate Escape owes its existence to a 10-year-old jack russell terrier named Ernestine Hastings. Ernestine's owners, Bradley and Stephanie, loved their pooch so much that they decided to spread this affection to other dogs by opening a spacious boarding and grooming facility. Pet owners can drop off their furry friends for daycare or overnight boarding services, letting pups gambol about in a 17,000-square-foot play space. Groomers tackle matted fur and tails caked in cake by scrubbing coats with hypoallergenic shampoo.

368 Huron Avenue
Cambridge,
MA
US

Parents: here's what happens your first time dining at Full Moon. Walk in and you might spot the jubilant scrum of toddlers in the play area, one child fiddling with a toy train, another manning a replica kitchen or doodling away on poster board. How nice, you think to yourself with more than a trace of suspicion. But something’s amiss. And then it hits you: there’s no stench of fast food here, likewise no gaudy décor or costumed mascots. Instead, the aroma of lemongrass and coconut seafood stew or Moroccan chicken tagine consumes the art-filled dining room. A child guzzles juice from a sippy cup; beside him, his parents clink glasses of fine wine. In one ear you hear the laughter of children; in the other, the easy conversation of adults. Your inner skeptic struggles to resist, like Mary Poppins in a windstorm. Then the waiter delivers an adult-sized portion of pan-roasted salmon or a spread of mussels and Portuguese chorizo. And beside that—a child-sized plate of mac and cheese flanked by a side of fresh fruit. And slowly, your doubts fade away. And you think to yourself: Maybe it’s time to fire the babysitter. Welcome to Full Moon. In 1997 sisters Sarah and Cary Wheaton, both mothers to young children, set out to create an upscale alternative to the traditional family restaurant—a place where child and parent could enjoy quality food (and time) together in a tasteful setting. It seems they succeeded. As the Boston Globe remarked in a piece about the restaurant's 15th anniversary, despite all the toys, “It’s not just the children who are in heaven.” Indeed, parents relish the ability to dine on crab ravioli with chive cream sauce or grilled sirloin filets smothered in blue cheese, all with their children just an arm’s-length away. Their kids seem equally overjoyed. Kid-friendly entrees, such as quesadillas and chicken fingers, are made with seasonal ingredients and come with a side of fresh fruit. At the behest of the owners—all too familiar with children’s temperaments—chefs kick out the kid food quickly so the kids don’t get cranky and fill up on their own tears.

344 Huron Ave
Cambridge,
MA
US

A graduate of Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, chef Wiechmann draws on his French culinary training to make the most of pure, simple ingredients. Humanely raised meats, local vegetables, and foraged mushrooms can be found across his menu, but not in expected combinations. Dishes such as squid-ink pasta express his indomitable creativity.

377 Walden St
Cambridge,
MA
US

Welcome to Extreme Dancesport, Boston's grooviest dance and fitness studio located in Cambridge, MA. Take group classes or personalized private lessons or party with us and experience a whole new world of dance! There are friends to be made, steps to be learned and fun to be had. You never need a partner and absolute beginn

26 New Street
Cambridge,
MA
US

Cofounders Jill Tomich and Peter Lavelle had both been active in the fitness world before they opened Ultimate Bootcamp in 2004. Jill threw her energies into boxing, ballet, yoga, and blogging for a wedding diet-and-fitness website, and Peter, a native Irishman, was a triathlete. In all his pursuits, Peter adhered to the motto "We're not here for a long time?we're here for a good time."

This credo infuses all of the boot-camp programs. Campers from all across the fitness spectrum find accommodation as the workouts meet them close to home. Trainers never push too far, but always challenge. An energetic mix of outdoor-resistance and interval training layers patrons in svelte muscle, builds strength, and burns calories to promote weight loss more effectively than a rice cake's PR agent. Far from the stereotypical idea of a boot camp, encouragement and support roll in from instructors who foster cooperation and camaraderie between fellow boot campers.

New St. & Danehy Park
Cambridge,
MA
US

World Wide Bus elevates four-wheeled cross-country travel with customer-oriented service, plush seating, and highly trained drivers. Each 56-passenger bus comes complete with comfort-packed features, including head and foot rests, free WiFi, individual reading lights, and a 110v outlet for each seat. Regular buses embark on the 4.5-hour journey several times a day in either direction. Long-distance rollers can buy up to four Groupons and bring their theatrically inclined friends or King Kong impersonators for a night out on Times Square.

11 Cambridge Park Dr. W
Cambridge,
Massachusetts
US

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