Deals in East Campus

Live Music and Libations at The Penguin Dueling Piano Bar (50% Off). Two Options Available.

The Penguin Dueling Piano Bar

Downtown Columbia

Piano players serve as audience's personal jukebox for the evening, performing songs from a variety of genres Thursday–Saturday

$30 $15

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Pizza Meal with Beers and Apps for Two or Four at Nash Vegas (Up to 48% Off)

Nash Vegas

Columbia

Amid live honky tonk and country music, diners enjoy pizzas topped with melted cheese and fixings such as pepperoni and sausage

$20 $11

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Beer and Arcade Games at Gunther's Games (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Gunther's Games

Downtown Columbia

Challenge friends to games of Pac-Man, Area 51, or AC/DC pinball while sipping brews from Boulevard Brewing Company or O’Fallon Brewery

$15.50 $7.50

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$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Drinks at Cafe Berlin ($20 Value)

Cafe Berlin

Downtown Columbia

Brunch featuring organic local specialties in an eclectic, inviting dining room; reopens at 5 p.m. as a craft beer and cocktail bar scene

$5 $3

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Buffet Lunch or Indian Dinner for Two or Four at Taj Mahal Restaurant (Up to 45% Off)

Taj Mahal Restaurant

Downtown Columbia

Lunch buffet or dinner for two or four at a restaurant that cooks chicken and fish in a clay charcoal oven; house wine or beer included

$24 $14

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Donuts and Coffee at Donut D-Light (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Donut D-Light

Multiple Locations

Lakota Coffee Company coffee complements glazed and cake donuts in flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, and banana chocolate chip

$12 $6

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ArcheryCenter.com is your network to find all your bow hunting and archery needs. Our group of people here at ArcheryCenter.com consists of many avid bow hunters and Specialize in Archery. We wanted to create a place where all archers and bow hunters can find everything they need in one place.

40 Old 63 South
Columbia,
MO
US

At the Zombie Rampage 5K Run, the horror and excitement of the mythicized zombie apocalypse comes to life at Stephens Lake Park. Runners choose whether they want to be zombies or humans. Humans get a head start and attempt to outrun zombies looking to "infect" (tag) them and take their human cards. In turn, zombies must safeguard their health flags, which can be stolen by humans or other zombies. At the end of the race, the fastest human wins, and the zombie who infected the most humans while maintaining at least one health flag wins. Throughout the course, runners can avail themselves of first-aid stations or hydration stations as the need arises. All proceeds from the Zombie Rampage 5K Run benefit the University of Missouri Rowing Club.

2001 E Broadway
Columbia,
Missouri
US

Lee Street Deli has lured college students and loyal locals to its underground sandwich sanctuary and corner store for more than eight decades. Rile up your nostalgia muscles and order a Frito pie ($2.50) off the historic deli's chalkboard menu, or delve further into the flaming penguin juicyburger ($1.85), a loose meat burger blazing with pepperjack cheese, Willies hot sauce, and jalapenos. The sandwich shop stays open until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, which allows you to cure pains of early morning hunger or haziness with a horsey ham and beef sandwich ($4.67) stacked high with ham, roast beef, cheddar cheese, onions, black olives, and horseradish. Tantalize taste buddies with the pepper turkey melt ($4.67) with pepperjack cheese, bacon, and honey mustard caressed in the arms of warm slices of sourdough.

603 Lee St
Columbia,
MO
US

Students in the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources open the Mizzou Meat Market's doors each Wednesday and Friday to serve up USDA-approved meats from university-raised livestock. A large selection of fresh meats includes beef, pork, lamb, and other prepared items. Aristocratic alphabet enthusiasts can cast off stores of proletarian SpaghettiOs for a T-bone steak upgrade ($6.99 per pound). A pound of bacon ($2.89 per pound) wakes weekend tailgaters with a satisfying sizzle, prepping palates for an afternoon of applying grill stripes to newly ground cheeseburger patties ($2.49). Carnivorous spuds munch on flaky fish to offer pescetarians a potato-crusted-cod option ($7.99 per pound). The market is open Wednesday and Friday from 12 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., though customers can order by phone or appointment throughout the week.

122 Eckles Hall
Columbia,
MO
US

At The Penguin Dueling Piano Bar, there's two jukeboxes?human ones, seated at two baby grand pianos. Based on the crowd's request, the ivory-ticklers play from a mental catalog of thousands of hits, spanning more than five decades. The crowd sings along, fueled by pours from the full bar, which range from pitchers of beer to tart apple martinis.

1025 East Broadway
Columbia,
MO
US

The staff at The Slim Co use a non-invasive Body Light system for patients' body-contouring needs. Using gentle LED lasers, the treatment helps dispel stubborn inches from common target areas, such as the midsection and thighs, while clients relax to music or nature sounds.

1025 E Walnut Street
Columbia,
MO
US