Old Fashioned Candy and Ice Cream Store in Philadelphia for over 150 years. Family Owned and Operated single location. Specializing in custom blended ice cream and yogurt, inside the oldest candy shop in town.
Flickering candles don't necessarily mean the power is out. At Total Serenity Day Spa, they signify relaxation, respite, and holistic healing. The menu of services includes six different types of massage, ten facials, and waxing services, as well as a variety of couples offerings—each of which can be augmented with aromatic chocolate oils to make for a romantic experience. The spa is open until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, making it a great spot for an after work facial or a massage to prepare yourself for a busy weekend of hiding from Mondays in the closet.
Tea is said to lower stress, boost alertness, and taste like tea. Loosen your leaves at The Random Tea Room & Curiosity Shop, a zen-steeped Northern Liberties tea shop abrew with artisanal teas, house-blended herbal infusions, baked goods, French-press Old City Coffee, vintage goods, and locally made jewelry. This Groupon gets you $10 worth of anything in the shop for just $5.
Sunlight streams into Urbanfront Pilates through the large, second-story windows, reflects off mirrors that cover entire walls, and illuminates hardworking exercisers tightening core muscles. The purple and green studio is home to eight different group classes, led by expert instructors who believe that a strong core is the foundation for full-body health. They walk customers through how to tighten tummies with various pieces of equipment, such as the Tower class's spring-resistance apparatuses or the Xtend class's ballet barre. In mat classes, students use only body resistance and mental images of the Vitruvian Man's hot cousin to aid in chiseling physiques. Dedicated to fostering community within the studio, Urbanfront Pilates hosts teacher training by Power Pilates–trained professionals who help pupils transform their passion into a livelihood.
Have some fun with your friends by recreationally hunting other humans (a sport made popular by Mel Brooks's Blazing Saddles) with today's Groupon: $20 gets you entry, a full day of play, rental equipment (semi-auto paintball marker, hopper, face mask, goggles), and free CO2 and N2 refills (a $30 value), as well as 200 paintballs (a $12.80 value) at Poco Loco Paintball in New Hanover. Your Groupon is good for Sundays in October and November, and Saturdays and Sundays from December on. Fulfill fantasies of expertly evading crossfire as you infiltrate enemy territory and annihilate the opposition faster than Reverend Johnson threatened to leave town after discovering that the sheriff has been murdered. Or just spatter strangers with neon splotches. Poco Loco is designed with both novices and expert players in mind, so you don't need years of mercenary training or a Blu-ray copy of Blazing Saddles to try it out.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
Treat your office, family, and favorite mail carrier to some real, fresh-ground coffee with today's deal: $20 worth of coffee beans and teas from Lynn Coffee Bean & Teas for $8, good at both the retail and cafe locations.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.