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Korean Food at Riverside Korean Restaurant (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Riverside Korean Restaurant

Covington

$20 $12

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Spicy vegetables and grilled seafood alongside adventurous meals such as pork belly with kimchi, gal bi, or dolsot bibimbap

Subs and Salads at Sub Station II (Up to 51% Off). Three Options Available.

Sub Station II

Fort Wright

$8 $4

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Sandwiches come in Italian, club, and classic varieties such as The Ultimate with ham, turkey, and roast beef, and salads like the antipasto

$11 for $20 Worth of Gourmet Beef, Turkey, and Black-Bean Burgers at WhackBurger

WhackBurger

Covington

$20 $11

(99)

Char-broiled patties in varieties such as jalapeño-barbecue and fried green tomato, served with house-made ketchup and fresh-cut fries

American Food at Bambooz Bar & Grill (Up to 50% Off).

Bambooz Bar & Grill

Wilder

$14 $7

Now celebrating 3 years, vast bar menu features Angus burgers, Bambooz wraps, jumbo wings, steak hoagies, pizzas, tacos & fried appetizers

$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for One Coffee Drink at Reality Tuesday Cafe ($20.36 Total Value)

Reality Tuesday Cafe

Multiple Locations

$5.09 $3

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Organic, fair-trade coffee from Cincinnati-based roaster Seven Hills pairs with homemade pastries and cheesecake

$7 for $13 Worth of Fish and Chips — Fish & Fowl

Fish & Fowl

Covington

$13 $7

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$11 for $20 Worth of Pub-Style Food at Zazou Grill & Pub

Zazou Grill & Pub

Covington

$20 $11

Diners dig into pub eats, such as pretzel pillows with queso blanco dipping sauce, cheeseburgers topped with bacon and egg, and calzones

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It’s hard to tell if you’re walking into a pedicure studio or a Victorian sitting room. A client relaxes in a throne-like leather chair while a nail technician tends to her feet, and yet it feels as though a butler could walk in at any moment with high tea. Perhaps it’s the nail technicians, who seem to be fawning over royalty, or perhaps it’s the room’s ornate mouldings, matching the patterned wallpaper and rug, and polished hardwood floors. That distinct sense of place elevates both of Parlour on the Avenue’s locations, both housed in buildings constructed in the 1800s—one receiving a preservation award from Indiana Landmarks—and both with two floors bedecked in Victorian decor.

On the ground floors, the staff dotes over visitors with hair, nail, skin, and spa services. The second floors house Victorian wet spas—spaces where clients enjoy privacy and indulgent services such as whey baths, hot-stone massages, and stories read by Charles Dickens. To enhance the results of each service, Parlour’s team recommends aftercare products from its stock, such as lotions from Hempz Body Care and Pino and face-care formulas from Control Corrective.

120 Harrison Ave
Harrison,
OH
US

A Touch of Heaven Salon Massage & Day Spa stocks a large inventory of well-respected pampering products. Nail technicians employ OPI and Gelish polish, and hairstylists primp tresses with smart Solutions, Redken, Sexy Hair, and KMS products. An assemblage of massage therapists and aestheticians performs indulgent work at the spa too, allying to relax and beautify their clients. They execute 10 varieties of massage, from the gentle, simple Swedish to the choreographed complexity of the four-handed massage—performed by two therapists or one octopus also juggling four tennis balls. They combine treatments of the body's inner tissues with herbal or peppermint-scented wraps to rejuvenate the outer layer.

Outside of the private rooms lies the salon proper, where stylists carefully ply their craft on the hair and nails of their patrons. They imbue locks with new color, wax away unwanted hair, and even provide spray tans to maintain a summery glow throughout winter's tenure.

6750 Hamilton Cleves Pike Road
Miamitown,
OH
US

Founder Sarah Rose McGuire dedicates her stable to rescuing and rehabilitating horses that may have been neglected or abused by a former owner. During lessons for children 3?12, both horse and child benefit from gentle interspecies interaction: the rescued horses learn to trust their pint-sized human partners and the children enjoy themselves or overcome their fears of riding or being recruited as a jockey. The 60-minute sessions illuminate the subtleties of equine grooming, tack, and proper riding form, with new riders leashed on a lead line until they demonstrate mounted mastery. An experienced trainer with a class A show pedigree conducts each lesson in a private one-on-one format, though two siblings may take their lessons together.

11546 New Biddinger Road
Harrison,
OH
US

Over the past 63 years, Thoma & Sutton Eye Care has crisscrossed Ohio and Kentucky, planting 20 eyewear outposts across the region. At each optical stronghold, teams of talented opticians examine peepers, determine prescriptions for glasses and contacts, and fit faces with thousands of stylish specs flown in from fashion capitals around the world. Clients can peruse the up-to-date displays, which feature frames from designers such as Coach, Calvin Klein, and Kenneth Cole, before trying on a pair and slipping past a parole office.

10539 Harrison Ave
Harrison,
OH
US

Helmed by Dr. Diane Arel and Dr. Mandy Garrison, Art of Smiles Dentistry offers a comprehensive range of dental services. From the basic cleaning to cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening and veneers, the doctors' combined experience of 26 years and several hours of continuing education ensures meticulous execution of any procedure. Art of Smiles Dentistry also offers treatments that help iron out facial wrinkles, such as Botox, Dysport, and dermal fillers.

1008 Harrison Ave
Harrison,
OH
US

Designed mainly for active youngsters under the age of eight, the West Cincinnati location amps up the uninhibited joy of jumping for kids and the stress-reducing rigors of a clean, safe environment for guests young and old. At the West Cincinnati location, tiny tots can boing-boing their way through brightly colored inflatable structures and explore the toddler area or cheer for their elders—children—on the indoor basketball courts. At the simplified Harrison location, kids are free to bask in the bliss of bouncing as their parents hold aloft scorecards for the most awesomest toe-touch jump. The playland offers edible areas for guests to refuel their stomach tanks in between mid-air somersaults and Matrix leaps across chasms; West Cincinnati also maintains a full café.

9660 Dry Fork Road
Harrison,
OH
US