Deals in Saint Paul

Breakfast or Lunch for Two or Dinner with Beer or Wine for Two at Twisted Fork Grille (Up to 47% Off)

Twisted Fork Grille

Macalester - Groveland

Locally sourced fresh ingredients make their way into American food such as bison entrees and walleye cake benedicts

$33.88 $18

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Thai Food for Dinner or Lunch at Sawatdee St. Paul (47% Off)

Sawatdee St. Paul

Northwestern Precinct

Feasts of pad thai, spring rolls, tropical cocktails, and fresh seafood curries

$30 $16

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Bread, Cupcakes, Pastries, and Cakes at Wuollet Bakery (Up to50% Off). Two Options Available.

Wuollet Bakery

Multiple Locations

Descendants of the original owner bake an international selection of fresh breads and decorate custom cakes in a decades-old bakery

$30 $15

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$8 for $16 Worth of Contemporary Diner Cuisine at The Grandview Grill 

The Grandview Grill

Macalester - Groveland

Unique diner dishes such as pineapple upside-down cake pancakes and blackened-catfish sandwiches paired with fair-trade coffee

$16 $8

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$8 for $16 Worth of Cajun-American Diner Food at New Louisiana Cafe

New Louisiana Cafe

Summit - University

Cajun-American Diner with chocolate-chip cookie-dough pancakes and half-pound burgers

$16 $8

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Pub Food and Beer Flights at Chatterbox Pub (50% Off). Three Options Available.

Chatterbox Pub

Multiple Locations

Lobster grilled cheese, gourmet burgers & hops-infused cheese curds pair with craft beers, ciders & wines amid vintage video & board games

$50 $26

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Italian Food at Eden Pizza (Up to 43% Off)

Eden Pizza

St. Paul

Traditional and specialty pizzas are baked from daily made crusts, and can be coupled with savory wings and crisp, fresh salads

$30 $17

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$12 for 3 Groupons, Each Good for $8 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at TrüBerry Frozen Yogurt ($24 Total Value)

TrüBerry Frozen Yogurt

Summit Hill

Fresh fruit and crumbly cookies decorate blood orange, dark chocolate, and other flavors of low-calorie yogurt; coffee drinks and tea

$8 $4

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Downtown or Haunted Jogging Tour for Two from Twin Cities Jogging Tours (50% Off)

Twin Cities Jogging Tours

Multiple Locations

Easy-to-moderate jogging tours head past downtown Minneapolis landmarks or haunted sites in St. Paul

$80 $40

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Golf Outing with Cart for Two or Four at The Ponds Golf Course and Restaurant in St. Francis (Up to 62% Off)

The Ponds Golf Course and Restaurant

St. Francis

Golfers pick two out of three 9-hole courses for an 18-hole round, challenged by plentiful ponds and sandy white bunkers

$102 $39

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2 Laser Tattoo-Removal Sessions for an Area Up to 4 or 8 Sq. In. at Beloved Laser Tattoo Removal (Up to 79% Off)

Beloved Laser Tattoo Removal

Saint Paul

Lasers break up unwanted tattoo ink so it can eventually fade away

$300 $89

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21 Days or 6 Weeks of Unlimited Boot-Camp Sessions at Fit Body Boot Camp (Up to 85% Off)

Fit Body Boot Camp

St. Paul

Trainers lead groups through cardio and strength-training exercises designed to boost caloric burn during and after workouts

$185 $39

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$68 for $195 Worth of Personal Training — Axcelerate Fitness

Axcelerate Fitness

Saint Paul

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

$195 $68

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$25 for $100 Worth of Martial-Arts Lessons — Spirit Tae Kwon Do St. Paul

Spirit

Saint Paul

Tae kwon do enhances quality of life; confidence, self-discipline, and respect are the building stones of a solid martial artist

$100 $25

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Property Location
A stay at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Paul Downtown places you in the heart of St. Paul, walking distance from Minnesota Children's Museum and Fitzgerald Theater. This hotel is within close proximity of Landmark Center and Minneapolis Museum of Art.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 251 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. 26-inch flat-screen televisions with premium TV channels provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an indoor pool and a fitness facility. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and shopping on site.

Dining
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and audiovisual equipment. Event facilities at this hotel consist of banquet facilities and a meeting/conference room. Limited parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

411 Minnesota St
Saint Paul,
MN
US

The aroma of simmering lamb and curried vegetables wafts from Flamingo Restaurant’s kitchen, where owners Shegitu Kebede and Frewoini Haile ladle hearty meat stews onto spongy disks of injera. The duo’s traditional East African cuisine has been lauded by the Star Tribune as “flavorful and lovingly prepared.”

But Ms. Kebede’s and Ms. Haile’s passion for African cuisine is not the only bond they share: both women embarked on a dangerous escape from their respective war-ravaged countries, Ethiopia and Eritrea. As reported by MPR News, the refugees fled Africa on foot, alone, dodging rebels and government armies en route to freedom.

Once in the United States, Ms. Kebede and Ms. Haile joined forces to rebuild their lives and preserve their cultural identities. The result is Flamingo Restaurant. There, traditional African art adorns the walls, and imported African spices flavor the owners’ family recipes. Both women are always on hand to greet guests with a smile or conduct a tableside primer on their favorite dishes. Says Kebede, "We want people to see that, even though your countries fight [for] over 35 years, you can still be friends."

490 Syndicate St N
Saint Paul,
MN
US

CorePower Yoga founder Trevor Tice knows yoga is much more than a tool for increasing physical strength. "We've seen first hand emotional breakthroughs, physical improvements, and most of all, a new found confidence and balance our students carry from the studio into their daily lives," says Trevor. To further their holistic efforts, CorePower provides additional services and programs across various locations. Some outposts house spas where visitors can quiet their minds with a massage or facial, while others host Karma Yoga events wherein teachers lead free classes for cancer survivors, and students share home-cooked food with homeless youths.

But yoga resides at the heart of CorePower's mission to inspire as many people as possible, so each studio boasts a range of classes that accommodates all experience levels. Truly serious students can conjure pensive expressions as they enroll in a yoga-teacher-training program, and all patrons can take comfort in knowing their studio was built from recycled materials and equipped with energy-efficient fixtures.

680 Cleveland Ave. S
Saint Paul,
MN
US

Dedicated to the preservation and celebration of the state?s storied past, the Minnesota Historical Society dutifully curates 26 historic sites and museums that help visitors delve into days of yore?from the Forest History Center in Grand Rapids to the Jeffers Petroglyphs in Comfrey and Split Rock Lighthouse on the North Shore.

Explore the Minnesota History Center?s collection of artifacts, local artworks, and hands-on exhibits at the History Center in St. Paul, from Civil War battle flags to Prince's suit from Purple Rain. Temporary exhibits include American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition, on display through March 16, and Toys of the '50s, '60s and '70s, opening May 24. Mill City Museum in Minneapolis chronicles the linked histories of the flour industry, Minneapolis, and the Mississippi River, sending visitors through history as they traverse each floor on an eight-story elevator ride that depicts a working day at the mill. As a bonus, baking-lab demonstrations produce balmy bread samples and historically accurate stomach rumbles.

345 Kellogg Blvd W
Saint Paul,
MN
US

After immigrating to the United States at age 20, Greece native Dino Adamidis cut his teeth in the restaurant industry as an employee at his sister’s steakhouse. He enjoyed the work, but still aspired to own his own business, a dream he carried with him from Greece. In 1982, he and his wife Vona decided to pursue that dream by opening a small white and blue stand at a local art fair where they sold gyros to spectators, often cinching a sale with free meat samples, saying, “We knew if the people would try it they would love it.” Love it they did, but it wasn’t until 1986—four years and several food stands down the road—that the couple opened the first freestanding Dino’s Gyros with only eight booths and a single particle accelerator.

Today, Dino’s is run by the two oldest children and serves quick Greek and Mediterranean cuisine from six locations. The menu still highlights the classic gyro, often with innovative twists, such as the Greek Philly, a gyro-meat mound sautéed with onions, green peppers, and swiss cheese. Catering services offer the same delicious fare as box lunches, family-style buffets, or busts carved from gyro meat.

1700 Snelling Ave N
Saint Paul,
MN
US

At Faces Mears Park, Chef David Fhima's use of local, sustainable ingredients puts a contemporary spin on traditional bistro cuisine. His chefs seek out grass-fed beef for their steaks, hand-make pastas with organic whole wheat, and stock the wine cellar with as many organic and biodynamically produced bottles as possible. This approach results in fresh renditions of classic American and Mediterranean comfort foods, such as an Asian-style tuna melt on house-made sourdough and lamb tagine with a cinnamon and onion marmalade. Even the pizzas manage to incorporate some more inventive toppings, including options with everything from Sicilian andouille sausage and a fried egg to salmon, kale, and chevre.

The restaurant's dining room, designed by Billy Besson, shares a similarly casual, yet modern aesthetic. Large plate-glass windows line the front walls of the atrium section and allow plenty of natural light to flood the space during the day. The mixture of hardwood and gray-tiled floors complements the rich earth tones of the tan walls and sturdy columns. At the same time, the restaurant gets a contemporary, industrial vibe from its gleaming metal tables and Charlie-Chaplin-manned pizza assembly line.

373 Sibley St.
St. Paul,
MN
US