Deals in Tribeca

$39 for Lunch for Two with Appetizers, Entrees, and Desserts at David Burke Kitchen (Up to $96 Value)

David Burke Kitchen

Soho

Chefs in open kitchen craft modern American dishes such as lobster soup and salad from locally-sourced ingredients

$96 $39

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Tapas Dinner on Sunday-Thursday or Friday-Saturday at Cafe Espanol (Up to 70% Off)

Cafe Espanol

West Village

Mix and match classic Spanish tapas such as tortilla española, garlic shrimp, and fresh clams with soups, salads, and empanadas

$116.65 $39

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Two Raw Entrees with One Dessert, or Four Raw Entrees with Two Desserts at Rockin' Raw (Up to 45% Off)

Rockin' Raw

Greenwich Village

Chefs only use organic and vegan ingredients to craft healthy, yet tasty dishes & desserts, being sure not to cook away any vital nutrients

$38 $22

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School of Fish or Classic Fish Live-Venue Memberships at Le Poisson Rouge (Up to 40% Off)

Le Poisson Rouge

Greenwich Village

Memberships include free admission to all member shows, discounts on party packages, reserved tables, and access to members-only specials

$50 $35

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Two or Four Draft Beers and Specialty Burgers at Wicked Willy's (Up to 55% Off)

Wicked Willy's

Greenwich Village

Specialty burgers such as Cajun variety paired with draft beers

$39 $18

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$10 for 20% Off Your Bill for Cuban Cuisine at Cuba Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Cuba Restaurant

Greenwich Village

Cuban-style ceviche, paella, empanadas, and sangria in the heart of Greenwich Village

$10

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Vegan Food for Two or Four at Sacred Chow (45% Off)

Sacred Chow

Greenwich Village

Mediterranean and Asian favorites go vegan. Try the grilled nama gori tofu for dinner or the apple cinnamon waffles for brunch.

$40 $22

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$26 for Two Hours of All-You-Can-Eat Sushi and Three Drinks at Kumo Sushi ($44 Value)

Kumo Sushi

West Village

All-you-can-eat sushi, hand rolls, and special rolls, served with beer, house wine, or sake

$44 $26

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Hands-On Sailing Lessons at Sailors NYC (Up to 51% Off). Four Options Available.

Sailors NYC

New York

Learn basic sailing skills and terminology aboard an 30-foot sailboat, or gain certifications in an American Sailing Association Course

$147 $81

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90-Minute Kids' Theme Party with Take-Home Gifts and Optional Face Painting at nyc pARTy kids (Up to 53% Off)

nyc pARTy kids

Multiple Locations

90-minute kids’ theme party with hands-on activities, gifts for guests, and optional 30-minute face-painting session

$850 $399

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Learn the Art of Dumpling Making at a BYOB Workshop

Two-Hour Dumpling Class

SoHo

Lifelong chef Connie Sun reveals her techinique for hand-making traditional Chinese dumplings and spring rolls during a BYOB lesson

$65

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The Theatre Project Presents "Twelfth Night" for One or Two on February 13–March 7 (Up to 50% Off)

"Twelfth Night"

Players Theatre

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A tale of twins separated during a shipwreck who get caught in a comedic web of mistaken identity, spurned love, and cross-dressing squires

$45 $25

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Monday Night Magic at The Players Theatre (Up to 44% Off)

Monday Night Magic

The Players Theatre

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Accomplished illusionists and performers delight audiences with sleight of hand, mentalism, and comedy

$69.50 $39

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Admission for Six or One-Year Family Membership to The Skyscraper Museum (Up to 60% Off)

The Skyscraper Museum

New York

Experience New York’s architectural heritage and examine the historical forces and individuals that have shaped it’s skyline

$30 $12

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133 W Broadway
New York,
NY
US

Located on the second floor of Tribeca restaurant MEGU, M Lounge's swank, nightclub-like atmosphere comes with a striking view. An 800-pound temple bell and a Buddha ice sculpture dominate the dining room below its sleek balcony. The lounge itself doesn't lack for opulent decor, either?300 rolls of antique kimono fabric line the low-slung walls.

An American-style bar with Japanese flair, M Lounge translates MEGU's style into casual atmosphere. Patrons can pick from a long list of craft cocktails, including Japanese-inspired takes on the margarita and the bellini, or opt for bottle service as they recline on plush couches. Waitresses will also deliver dishes from an extensive food menu, which includes Megu's original kobe beef burger.

62 Thomas St
New York City,
NY
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145 Duane Street
New York,
NY
US

Rosanjin is named in honor of one of Japan's most celebrated potters, Roasanjin Kitaoji, so it's fitting that each course of the restaurant’s signature kaseiki dinner arrives to tables in an asymmetrical ceramic bowl. Traditional kaseiki meals follow an elaborate, stylized progression, and the chefs at Rosanjin carefully time the intervals between the eight small courses of the set menu. All the chefs at this Michelin-Star bistro have been classically trained in Kyoto, and their dedication to the execution of the kaseiki meal reflects their education. They cook each of the eight courses to order, culminating in a dining experience that can last more than two hours. The textures and presentation vary, with sashimi, fish broth, and rice balls.

There are just a handful of tables in Rosanjin's uber-chic dining room, imbuing the space with an intimate air. Within the minimalist space, owner Jungjin Park often pours hot cups of sake and chats with guests.

141 Duane Street
New York,
NY
US

Bouley

David Bouley grew up on his grandparents’ farm in Connecticut, where his appreciation for fresh, healthful ingredients took root. His family’s French heritage led to another kind of appreciation, and he eventually worked at restaurants in France and Switzerland before taking up his studies at the Sorbonne. Upon returning to America, he stepped right into the kitchens at Le Cirque and La Cote Basque, drawing on the skills he gleaned working under legendary chefs Joel Robuchon and Paul Bocuse. Bouley now oversees his own campus of eateries in Tribeca, and none better evinces his craft than the restaurant that bears his name. His famous attention to detail is on display as soon as the staff calls to confirm your reservations, at which point you can request how you’d like your napkin folded and share dietary restrictions that the chefs take into account when preparing your meal. Though they change seasonally, the regular menus have recently featured a black sea bass with grilled bamboo shoots and pine-nut dressing and a Scottish langoustine with sea scallops and foie gras sauce. The restaurant’s interior echoes Bouley’s rustic upbringing. Upon entering the foyer, guests might note the mingling scents of fresh apples and weathered wood repurposed from an abandoned farmhouse. There’s a regal element to the décor, as well; stone extracted from the same quarry that furnished Versailles ornaments the walls, fireplaces, and staircases.

163 Duane Street
New York,
NY
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131 Duane St
New York,
NY
US

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