Food & Drink in Watertown

$25 for One Hour in a Golf or Hunting Simulator and $20 Worth of Food at 3D Sports (Up to $52 Value)

3D Sports

Lowville

OptiGolf simulator with 73 course options; shooting simulator with virtual hunting and target-practice settings

$52 $25

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$19.99 for One Large Ice Cream Cake at Marble Slab Creamery ($37.95 Value)

Marble Slab Creamery

Cataraqui North

Freshly mixed ice cream adds richness to cakes such as raspberry cheesecake, chocolate peanut butter cup, and cookie dough drizzle

C$37.95 C$19.99

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$17 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Barbecue at Jimmie James BBQ ($40 Total Value)

Jimmie James BBQ

Oswego

Eatery dishes out fish and chips, philly cheesesteak subs, burgers, pizza, and barbecue like pulled pork, ribs, and whole chickens

$20 $8.50

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Italian Dinner for Two or Four at The Savoy Restaurant (Up to 42% Off)

The Savoy Restaurant

Rome

Veal parmigiana, Tuscan ribeye with garlic mashed potatoes, fettucini carbonara, lasagna, shrimp scampi, and linguini and clams

$59 $35

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$16 for Large Cheese Pizza, Salad, and Two Beers at Saltine Warrior Sports Pub ($33.50 Value)

Saltine Warrior Sports Pub

Downtown

Neighborhood sports pub specializes in pizza and frosty beer

$33.50 $16

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$25 for Two Holiday Gift Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Spaghetti Warehouse ($40 Total Value)

Spaghetti Warehouse

Syracuse

Give the holiday gift of hand-rolled meatballs, lasagna, and chicken parmigiana at historical warehouse restaurants brimming with antiques

$20 $12.50

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The Fresh Beat Band at Landmark Theatre on Friday, December 12, at 6:30 p.m. (Up to 54% Off)

The Fresh Beat Band

Landmark Theatre

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Pop quartet of Nick Jr. stars play irresistibly catchy tunes from a trove of new material and fan favorites in a dance-along show

$47.50 $22

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Dine-In for Two or Four or Take-Out at George O'Deas (Up to 53% Off)

George O'Deas

Syracuse

Classic pub grub such as wings, burgers, and pizzas served in a traditional Irish pub that hosts weekly trivia and open mic nights

$20 $10

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Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Two or Four at Asahi Japanese Restaurant (53% Off)

Asahi Japanese Restaurant

Eastside

Sushi and other Japanese cuisine served on a conveyor belt

$30 $15

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$18 for Four Groupons, Each Redeemable for $10 Worth of Ice-Cream, Cakes, and Novelties at Carvel DeWitt

Carvel

DeWitt

Ice-cream cakes, novelties, sundaes, and ice-cream cones at the country’s oldest still-operating Carvel franchise

$10 $4.50

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Greek, Italian, and American Cuisine at La Piazza (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

La Piazza

Syracuse

Ravioli, saganaki, Atlantic salmon, and chicken parmesan headline a menu that also includes Kobe beef burgers and hand-tossed pizza

$20 $11

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$22.50 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Food at Jamie's Pastries And Restaurant ($45 Value)

Jamie's Pastries And Restaurant

Syracuse

Puerto Rican eatery dishes out desserts and entrees, such as chicken gizzard salad, empanadas, and mondongo

$15 $7.50

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Sandwich Catering Platter for Five or Premium Boxed Lunch with Drink at Arby's (Up to 52% Off)

Arby's

Westside

BLTs and corned beef and swiss sandwiches match with sides such as cookies and chips

$10.48 $5

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Winery Tasting and Tour for Up to Four or Eight at By Chadsey's Cairns Winery and Vineyard (Up to 56% Off)

By Chadsey's Cairns Winery and Vineyard

By Chadsey's Cairns Winery & Vineyard

Specializing in grapes that thrive in cool climate, wines crafted onsite include lively, mineral-forward riesling and dry chenin blanc

C$56 C$28

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Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Keint-He Winery & Vineyards (Up to 58% Off)

Keint-He Winery & Vineyards

Wellington

Each participant can sip on five 1-oz. pours

C$20 C$9

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Café Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner Food at Tastes of Wine Country Cafe (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Tastes of Wine Country Cafe

Ovid

Eatery along Seneca Lake Wine Trail serves café fare, including omelets, turkey-pesto paninis, spinach salads, and homemade berry mousse

$10 $5

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Family-owned for five generations and 116 years, Smith Housewares and Restaurant Supply stocks residential and commercial kitchens with approximately 18,000 items, including a wide variety of food equipment. Patrons can paint egg-glaze masterpieces with a 1-inch boar-bristle pastry brush ($2.82) or don a chef’s hat ($8.99) to collect free sticky buns from passersby who mistake them for the Pillsbury Doughboy. Alternatively, customers can dunk dough in a 12-cup S/S deep fryer ($77.99) or dip delicacies in chocolate melted with a electric multi fondue set ($71.99) to craft homemade sweets. Hops and yeast from a True Brew Irish stout ingredient kit ($43.89) ferment into 5 gallons of full-bodied ale (equipment not included). Smith Housewares and Restaurant Supply also hosts a substantial array of industrial service equipment for restaurants or wistful home kitchens dreaming of the big time.

170 Court St
Watertown,
NY
US

At Kirkland's King Eagle Diner in Carthage, N.Y., recipes have been passed down for generations. Driven by the Kirkland family's playful personalities, their self-owned and operated diner specializes in new interpretations of classic American comfort food?from stacks of pancakes and ham-stuffed omelets at breakfast to hearty soups, sandwiches, and signature Screaming Eagle Burgers at lunch. Glass cases display home-baked desserts, all of which are freshly baked onsite.

36481 Route 26
Carthage,
NY
US

Set inside a log cabin big enough for Paul Bunyan himself, The Grizzly Grill transforms classic lodge fare such as steaks, ribs, and venison into upscale contemporary cuisine. After admiring the rustic decor of hardwood floors and exposed ceiling joists, patrons can head upstairs to shoot pool or chalk their elbows in the billiard loft. Alternatively, the bar area?dubbed The Lodge?lets imbibers linger out weekend nights with live DJs and a late-night menu or make goo-goo eyes at a bison head next to a romantic roaring fireplace. The dining room teems with the kitchen?s signature creations, which range from pan-seared pickerel in a sweet-pepper curry to AAA beef such as a 10-ounce new york strip loin and a 14-ounce rib steak. Toppings such as garlic oil, baby spinach, chèvre, and honey-roasted veggies add colour and texture to wood-fired pizzas. Like feral teddy bears, slow-roasted prime rib comes in three sizes: small, regular, and grizzly.

395 Princess Street
Kingston,
ON
CA

In lavender chambers at the top of a four-storey stone chateau, aestheticians Christine Benoit and Cindy Isaac transform their guests into storybook beauties without subjecting them to harsh chemicals or the wrath of a spiteful fairy. Benoit opened Agápe Spa with a decade of experience in skin and body care, and recruited Isaac after training her at school, where she graduated at the top of her class. Waxing is a house specialty that the women perform with stripless wax from Celina, which is gentle on tender bikini lines and eyebrows. To spare hands and feet from formaldehyde, toluene, and DBP, they rely exclusively on nailcare products from SpaRituals and Gelish soak-off gel polish. Skin consultations guide the creation of facials that balance oily, inflamed complexions and rejuvenate maturing skin with naturally derived tonics from Moor Spa.

349 King St E
Kingston,
ON
CA

Fueled by a passion for cooking healthy Indian food without sacrificing flavour and by a passion for cooking in general, Gita Bassi founded Tandoori Sizzle in 2010. Since then, Gita’s 100% housemade menu and infectious smile has made a lasting impact on the community and her customers, so much so that students who visit the restaurant call her “Mama.”

Delicious as they may be, Gita emphasizes that her dishes are good for you, too—she avoids the use of ghee, a clarified butter included in many Indian recipes. That health-minded approach reaffirms the genuine concern Gita expresses through her food and personality: “My customers are like my family,” she told the Kingston Whig-Standard. “When students call me Mama, I love that.”

1046 Princess St
Kingston,
ON
CA

Kingston Rowing Club was founded as a not-for-profit organization in 1978, and operates on the efforts of its volunteer staff. This impassioned group of rowers trains teams for and participates in many regattas each year, and has produced multiple members of the Canadian national rowing team.

Kingston Rowing Club’s coxswains shout orders and spout encouragement to their water-slicing teams of adult and junior rowers. Participants in both recreational and competitive programs row their shells across Inner Harbour, and the club’s prerequisite for either program is the Learn to Row class, which introduces novices to the sport of crew.

1 Cataraqui Street
Kingston,
ON
CA