Deals in Monfort Heights

Sandwiches for Two or Four at Monk's Kitchen (Up to 47% Off)

Monk's Kitchen

Harrison

More than 25 different hot and cold sandwich combinations, all served on french and whole-wheat bread made fresh daily

$19.95 $11

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Sushi and Thai Food at The Foreign Exchange (40% Off)

The Foreign Exchange

Forestville

Thai dishes include curries with custom spice levels and sweet-and-sour salmon; more than 50 different sushi rolls round out the menu

$15 $10

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$11 for $20 Worth of Burgers, Ribs, Wings, and Roast Beef at Beef 'O' Brady's

Beef 'O' Brady's

Cincinnati

Burger and steakhouse joint serves family-friendly fare

$20 $11

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at El Rodeo Authentic Mexican Restaurant

El Rodeo Authentic Mexican Restaurant

Cincinnati

Authentic Mexican restaurant serves up carnitas, burritos, and other classics including menus just for kids and vegetarians

$20 $11

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Three-Course BYOB Meal for Two or Four at Dusmesh Indian Restaurant (Up to 57% Off)

Dusmesh Indian Restaurant

Clifton

Lamb curry, shrimp biryani, and other Indian dishes that go easy on the spice, served at a BYOB restaurant praised for its attentive service

$64 $29

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Pizza and Italian Food for Two or Four at Pizza Tower (Up to 58% Off)

Pizza Tower

Cincinnati

Chefs make pizzas from scratch with more than 30 toppings, including fresh mozzarella cheese

$20 $9

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$39 for an Indian Cooking Class for Two at Bolly Bears in Findlay Market ($99 Value)

Bolly Bears

Findlay Market

Groups learn to prepare Indian dishes such as creamy chicken tikka masala, then enjoy traditional cuisine; includes take-home DVD

$99 $39

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Each year, Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue takes in nearly 1,000 abandoned and neglected companion animals and helps them find loving, permanent homes. Every animal it rescues receives full medical care—including spay or neutering treatments, vaccines, microchips, and deworming. Through weekend adoption events, applications, and home visits, Louie’s Legacy ensures that each animal is placed with a caring and responsible family and less likely to end up back on the streets.

4725 Boomer Rd.
Cincinatti,
Ohio
US

Shannon Walters opened Dog'on Salon to give dogs a safe and fun home away from home. To make that possible, she assembled a staff trained in the ways of canines to run her indoor-outdoor facility. This experienced group evaluates pups based on energy levels, age, and size before dividing them up into appropriate play groups. When they aren't tending to pets, the team cares for shelter dogs looking for a place to hang their hats, even on the rare occasion they're not wearing one. In addition to daycare and pet boarding, Shannon's team also grooms dogs, finishing each session with a bow or a bandana.

189 North U.S Highway 31
Whiteland,
IN
US

According to Mike Gelastopoulos, "people shouldn't have to pay $10 for a burger." Indeed, his burgers fall well below that price?they're $6.49 on average?and they still earn their gourmet title. The Rockefeller, for instance, is layered with cranberry chutney, blue-cheese crumbles, and beer-battered onion strings, whereas the Pride of Zeus is heaped with gyro meat, feta, and tzatziki sauce. Every burger is also made fresh from 100% Black Angus beef, seeing as Mike doesn't truck with freezers or patties encased in carbonite.?

But it's not just the burgers that have folks talking. When Mad Mike's was immortalized in Cincinnati.com's Burger Hall of Fame, food critic Polly Campbell wrote that "the fries are like nothing you've ever had [at] a fast-food joint." Hand-cut daily, these taters can be ordered plain, topped with cheesy bacon, or with nacho cheese and grilled onions.

6900 Cheviot Rd.
Cincinnati,
OH
US

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

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