Peapod: $15 Off Order Offer Extended Through December!


Sometimes going food shopping is a hassle and if transportation is scarce, very difficult. Peapod helps in this aspect as it delivers the groceries directly to your home.

About Peapod: With more than 10,000 popular-and house-brand products for shoppers to choose from, Peapod’s virtual shelves are brimming with all of your grocery essentials plus farm-fresh produce; restaurant-quality meats and seafood; deli meats and cheeses, sliced to order; Kosher, organic and specialty foods and much more! As the nation’s leading Internet grocer, Peapod serves 24 U.S. markets and has delivered more than 22 million grocery orders since its founding in 1989.

I’m excited to announce that Peapod has  extended the offer for $15 off new orders through the month of December!

There is also a bonus offer exclusive for Philadelphia residents where you get $20 off new orders in the Philadelphia area through December 31st!

Peapod currently delivers to the following areas: Chicagoland, Milwaukee, S.E. Wisconsin, Madison, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Southern New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, S.E. Pennsylvania.

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Last Chance to Save $20 Off at Peapod.com!


Last chance to save $20 with Peapod’s Cyber Monday offer that is expiring tomorrow! Customers will get $20 off their first order at Peapod.com with code CM20AFF at checkout. Hurry, this deal only lasts until November 29th!

$20 off your first order at Peapod.com with code CM20AFF at checkout. Some exclusions apply. Offer valid through 11/29.

About Peapod: With more than 10,000 popular-and house-brand products for shoppers to choose from, Peapod’s virtual shelves are brimming with all of your grocery essentials plus farm–fresh produce; restaurant-quality meats and seafood; deli meats and cheeses, sliced to order; Kosher, organic and specialty foods and much more! As the nation’s leading Internet grocer, Peapod serves 24 U.S. markets and has delivered more than 22 million grocery orders since its founding in 1989.

Peapod currently delivers to the following areas: Chicagoland, Milwaukee, S.E. Wisconsin, Madison, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Southern New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, S.E. Pennsylvania.

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One-Night Stay for Two at Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC

Upscale Hotel with Views of US Capitol Building

There’s a statue of a female figure on top of the US Capitol known as Statue of Freedom. It stands nearly 20 feet tall and weighs in at 15,000 pounds; the figure’s right hand rests upon a sheathed sword, and her left hand clasps a laurel wreath. She has struck this pose every day since 1863. You can see this statue from the Washington Court Hotel three blocks away—one of the only unobstructed views of the Capitol building in all of DC.

In fact, many of the hotel’s deluxe rooms have direct views of the Capitol. Other rooms at the hotel overlook the DC skyline, and some of them look inward to the hotel’s expansive atrium. Every room was remodeled in 2009 and, inspired by the sparkling white buildings that line the National Mall, each has a bathroom outfitted with italian marble.

At the onsite restaurant Bistro 525, you can dine on locally sourced New American entrees such as grilled maryland rack of lamb, applewood-smoked virginia pork chops, and house-smoked pennsylvania trout. The eatery is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nearby, bartenders pour draft beers and glasses of wine each evening at the Federal City Bar, which has a waterfall and a billiards table.

Washington, DC: Monuments, Museums, and Dynamic Nightlife

First-time visitors to Washington, DC, will want to pay a visit to the National Mall, just a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The mall stretches up from the Capitol building, past the soaring Washington Monument, and east from the Lincoln Memorial. Another pillar of DC is the Smithsonian Institution, which has 19 museums. The Smithsonian’s best-known museums are located along the National Mall, including the National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of Natural History.

When you’re done visiting the iconic monuments and government buildings, it’s worth it to pay a visit to the Dupont Circle neighborhood. It features some of the city’s best restaurants and clubs alongside foreign embassies housed in historical mansions. On the weekend, there’s a wild nightlife on Connecticut Avenue as crowds flood in and out of the many bars here, which range from Latin lounges to karaoke dives and high-end clubs.

What You Get

One-night stay for two in a deluxe room. Up to three kids 13 or younger stay free.

  • Option 1: $89, valid Thursday–Monday, 10/26/12–1/14/13 (a $199 average value)
  • Option 2: $89, valid Tuesday or Wednesday, 10/30-10/31, 11/20-11/21, 12/18-12/19, 12/25-12/26, or 1/1-1/2 (up to a $159 value)

Book by: 12/14/12

Amenities

  • Convenient Capitol Hill location
  • Unobstructed views of US Capitol
  • Bistro 525 restaurant
  • Federal City Bar & billiards room
  • Fitness center

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One-Night Stay for Two in a Deluxe or Superior View Room at L’Enfant Plaza Hotel in Washington, DC

Family-Friendly Hotel on Capitol Hill

L’Enfant Plaza Hotel was named after Pierre Charles L’Enfant, the civil engineer who designed the layout of Washington, DC. Commissioned by George Washington in 1791, the plan laid the framework for modern-day landmarks including the National Mall, which is located only two blocks from the hotel. Other famous sites, such as the Smithsonian museums and the Washington Monument, are also minutes away. Perched in the heart of Capitol Hill on top of a major Metro stop, L’Enfant Plaza Hotel puts guests within easy reach of the city’s most popular attractions.

During the hotel’s three-day opening ceremony in 1973, Carol Channing sang “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend” to more than 1,500 guests. Today, many visitors make their way to the property to sample the upscale cuisine. At American Grill, Chef Sam Elsheikh combines seafood and steaks with international flavors to create dishes such as curry mussels in spicy peanut sauce. The Foggy Brew Pub caters to a more casual clientele, serving microbrews, martinis, and stone-baked pizzas until midnight. In the morning, head to the American Grill for a complimentary breakfast buffet that includes scrambled eggs and homemade quiche.

Afterwards, take a dip in the heated rooftop pool, which stays open through the fall. When the weather’s on the cooler side, the newly renovated La Promenade shopping mall, located one level below the building, offers plenty of retail diversions.

Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill: Monuments and Museums

Located a 15-minute walk from L’Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, DC’s National Mall is a must-see for first-time visitors to the capital. The mall stretches 2.5 miles east from the Lincoln Memorial, past the soaring Washington Monument, to the Capitol Building on the other end. Across the Tidal Basin, stop in to see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, which features a series of waterfalls, sculptures, and inspiring quotes from the 32nd president. To avoid crowds, tour the monuments after dusk when they’re lit up.

Another pillar of DC is the Smithsonian Institution, which encompasses 19 museums in total. Along the mall you’ll find the National Museum of Natural History and the National Air and Space Museum. The latter is home to missiles, rockets, and the Spirit of St. Louis, the plane Charles Lindbergh famously flew across the Atlantic to defeat the Soviets at Gettysburg.

When you’ve had your fill of iconic monuments and museums, check out the city’s trendy neighborhoods northwest of the mall, such as Dupont Circle. Here, some of DC’s best restaurants and clubs abut foreign embassies housed in historical mansions. On the weekends, crowds flock to Connecticut Avenue and the Adams Morgan neighborhood to party at Latin lounges, karaoke dives, and high-end clubs.

What You Get

One-night stay for two adults, valid only Thursday–Sunday. Combine up to four Groupons to extend your stay.

  • Option 1: $109 for a deluxe room. One kid 11 and younger stays free (up to a $259 value)
  • Option 2: $119 for a superior view room. Up to two kids 11 and younger stay free (up to a $289 value)

Book by: 9/28/12
Travel by: 10/31/12

Included in all options:

  • Breakfast buffet for two (a $38 value)
  • WiFi (an $11 value)

Amenities

  • Two restaurants
  • Rooftop pool
  • Gourmet coffee cart
  • Fitness center
  • Gift shop
  • Access to Metro rail
  • Access to underground mall

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One- or Two-Night Stay at Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites in Arlington, VA

Family-Friendly Accommodations Across the River from Washington, DC

In just one day at the National Mall in Washington, DC, you can see a space shuttle at the Smithsonian Institute’s National Air and Space Museum, gaze at the Washington Monument next to the Reflecting Pool, and take your picture in front of the Lincoln Memorial. Few spots in the country have so many immediately recognizable landmarks, and it’s less than a 10-minute drive from Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites. Located just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, the recently renovated hotel is composed entirely of spacious suites. In addition to offering easy access to downtown DC, the Arlington Court Suites puts you within a couple miles of Arlington National Cemetery, home of the Tomb of the Unknowns and John F. Kennedy’s gravesite.

Each of the hotel’s elegantly decorated guest rooms has been outfitted with a full kitchen. The rooms’ rich burgundy and dark wood accents create a cozy setting for guests to unwind. Each morning, the hotel serves a hot breakfast spread that may include bacon, scrambled eggs, and pancakes. After a day of sightseeing, head to the hotel’s top-floor lounge, where you can enjoy a drink while taking in postcard-worthy views of the National Mall and the US Capitol building at night.

Arlington, VA: Timeless National Landmarks Along the Potomac River

Located just over the Potomac River from Washington, DC, the area of present-day Arlington was originally surveyed to be part of the national capital. The land was eventually given back to Virginia in the 1840s, but you’ll still find several attractions here that are nationally associated with Washington, DC. Arlington is the home of the Pentagon, the headquarters of the Department of Defense, which conducts one-hour tours by appointment. Along the Potomac lies Arlington National Cemetery, where you can see the eternal flame flickering at John F. Kennedy’s gravesite and watch soldiers switch shifts during the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns. The cemetery also contains Arlington House, also known as The Robert E. Lee Memorial, where the Confederate general kept residency from 1857 to 1861.

For an easy day trip, take the scenic half-hour drive south to Alexandria and Mount Vernon, George Washington’s former home. Tours of the sprawling estate give a feel for colonial life—the estate has a working gristmill and blacksmith shop, and the mansion features many of the original 18th-century objects used by the Washington family. Even the upper gardens at Mount Vernon have been tailored to appear as they would have in 1799.

What You Get

Accommodations for up to four in a king suite, two-queen efficiency, or king efficiency room, valid only Thursday–Sunday. Combine two Groupons to extend your stay.

  • Option 1: $99, one-night stay (up to a $194 value)
  • Option 2: $179, two-night stay (up to a $388 value)

Book by: 9/25/12
Travel by: 12/30/12

Included in all options:

  • Parking (a $15 value/day)

Amenities

  • Complimentary hot breakfast
  • Complimentary shuttle within one mile of the hotel
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Free high-speed Internet

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One-Night Stay at Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC

Upscale Hotel with Views of US Capitol Building

There’s a statue of a female figure on top of the US Capitol known as Freedom. Standing nearly 20 feet tall and weighing 15,000 pounds, Freedom’s right hand rests upon a sheathed sword, and her left clasps a laurel wreath. She’s struck this pose every day since 1863. You can see this statue from the Washington Court Hotel three blocks away—one of the only unobstructed views of the Capitol building in all of DC.

In fact, many of the hotel’s deluxe rooms have direct views of the Capitol. Other rooms at the hotel overlook the DC skyline, and some of them look inward upon the hotel’s expansive inner atrium. Every room was remodeled in 2009 and, inspired by the sparkling white buildings that line the National Mall, each has a bathroom outfitted with Italian marble and extra-white toilet paper.

Head to the onsite restaurant Bistro 525, and you can dine on New American, locally sourced entrees such as grilled Maryland rack of lamb, applewood-smoked Virginia pork chops, and house-smoked Pennsylvania trout. It’s open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nearby, bartenders pour draft beers and glasses of wine each evening at the Federal City Bar, which has a waterfall and a billiards table.

Washington, DC: Monuments, Museums, and Dynamic Nightlife

First-time visitors to Washington, DC will want to pay a visit to the National Mall, just a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The mall stretches up from the Capitol building, past the soaring Washington Monument, and east from the Lincoln Memorial. Another pillar of DC is the Smithsonian Institution, which has 19 museums in total. The Smithsonian’s best-known museums are located along the National Mall, including the National Air and Space Museum and the National Museum of Natural History.

When you’re done visiting the iconic monuments and government buildings, it’s worth it to pay a visit to the Dupont Circle neighborhood. It features some of the city’s best restaurants and clubs butting up next to foreign embassies housed in historical mansions. On the weekend, there’s a wild nightlife on Connecticut Avenue as crowds flood in and out of the many bars here, which range from Latin lounges to karaoke dives and high-end clubs.

What You Get

One-night stay for two adults in a deluxe king or two-double room; up to three kids 15 or younger stay free

  • $90, valid Thursday–Sunday
  • $129, valid Monday–Wednesday

Book by: 8/27/12
Travel window: 7/26/12–9/8/12

Amenities

  • Convenient Capitol Hill location
  • Unobstructed views of US Capitol
  • Bistro 525 restaurant
  • Federal City Bar & Billiards Room
  • Fitness center

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One-Night Stay with Breakfast for Two at The Churchill Hotel in Washington, DC

Historical Luxury Hotel Near Dupont Circle

Surrounded by international embassies, Washington, DC’s Churchill Hotel has played host to scores of foreign dignitaries and ambassadors over the years. The towering Beaux Arts building, which was constructed in 1906, is a member of the Historic Hotels of America thanks to the faithful preservation of its original architecture and character. Inside, fresh flowers ornament a stately front desk, which is complemented by heirloom mirrors and other elegant accents befitting a landmark.

Rooms and suites at The Churchill pair antique charm with modern comforts such as pillow-top beds and flat-screen TVs. Pale yellow walls surround dark wood furniture and wingback chairs upholstered in the hotel’s signature goldenrod. Suites include a private study and separate bedroom, and rooms on higher floors offer sweeping views of DC and of junior senators scaling the Washington Monument during their initiation rites.

In the morning, a continental breakfast for two—included with this Getaway—features an assortment of pastries as well as juice and Starbucks coffee served in the mahogany-wrapped Chartwell Grill and Lounge.

Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan: D.C.’s Vibrant Cultural Core

The neighborhoods surrounding the Churchill showcase DC’s dual identity as a history-steeped center of international politics on the one hand and a vibrant center for arts and culture on the other. A short walk down embassy-lined Connecticut Avenue leads to the leafy oasis of Dupont Circle—home to the Phillips Collection, a modern art museum housed in a 19th-century Georgian Revival mansion.

A few blocks away stands the Woodrow Wilson House, the post–White House home of the former president and Nobel laureate. Its rooms are preserved as they were when Wilson lived there, providing an intimate glimpse into both his personality and life in 1920s America. The city’s international character is perhaps best represented in nearby Adams Morgan, where dozens of ethnic eateries dish out tasty fare and face off in marathon games of Risk.

What You Get

One-night stay, valid Sunday–Thursday

  • $165 for two a premier king room
  • $184 for up to four in a junior king or junior double suiteIncluded in all options:
  • Classic continental breakfast for two

Book by: 5/1/12
Travel by: 6/30/12

Amenities

  • Onsite restaurant and lounge
  • Fitness center
  • Pillow-top beds
  • 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Turn down service
  • In-room massage (fee)
  • In-room WiFi (fee)

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Two-Day Guided Trip to Washington, DC, and Philadelphia for One or Two from Get America Tours (Half Off)

National tours allow participants to see things they’ve never seen before, such architectural wonders, awe-inspiring landscapes, and the back of Abraham Lincoln’s head. Open your eyes to new experiences with this Groupon.

Choose Between the Following Options:

  • $249 for a two-day guided Saturday trip to Washington, DC, and Philadelphia with an overnight hotel stay in DC for one (a $499 value)
  • $199 for the above trip for one, but in a double-occupancy room (a $399 value). Pairs each buy one Groupon and share the room; no strangers will share a room.

Knowledgeable guides lead passengers around iconic American cities, visiting monuments such as the National Air and Space Museum, the National Mall, the U.S. Capitol, presidential monuments, and the White House in Washington, DC, and the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

Pick-up locations will be determined when customers call to book their tour.

Get America Tours

Get America Tours’s knowledgeable guides escort groups of sightseers on more than 20 extended and mini tours. Tours journey to places like New York City and the Grand Canyon on 1- to 11-day jaunts taken at a comfortable pace, allowing patrons to hit the area’s highlights and spend time soaking up their new setting. Highly trained guides share a wealth of information about history, local gems, and cultural tradition with their tour members. Some guides, able to speak Spanish and German, are also trained as multilingual emissaries. Passengers are ferried across the United States and Canada in either buses, vans, or minivans, depending on the number of passengers, ensuring that tours are never cancelled due to a lack of passengers or an overabundance of giant stuffed animals.

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$79 for a One-Night Stay Thursday Through Sunday for Up to Five at Aloft Dulles Airport North in Greater Washington, DC (Up to $204 Value)

Stylishly Mod Hotel Close to Washington, DC

While the term airport hotel might evoke images of colorless cement structures, Aloft Dulles Airport North isn’t the average airport hotel—a vivid, multicolored roof installation immediately disproves that stereotype. Just 5 miles from Washington Dulles International Airport, Aloft Dulles brims with imaginative style and personality. In its lobby, multi-toned, ice-cube-shaped lights hang over brilliant purple armchairs and bright-yellow couches. In re:mix lounge, a four-screen LCD TV broadcasts over an eclectic selection of furniture, ranging from a green-apple lounge chair to square coffee tables.

In one of the loft-inspired, pet-friendly standard rooms, giant windows stretch up to 9-foot ceilings, allowing natural light to stream in. Guests sleep under a sleek wooden headboard with modular reading lamps. Padding into the bathroom, guests discover the walk-in shower and rethink trying to crab walk under the oversize showerhead.

Aloft guests can use their iPhone or Blackberry to download exclusive step-by-step workouts for exercising in the re:charge fitness center. A complimentary hotel shuttle brings passengers to area attractions within a 5-mile radius. Returning guests can relax at the hotel’s in-house w xyz bar, which plays mood music and serves a light snacking menu.

Ashburn, Virginia: Wine Country near Nation’s Capital

Less than a 30-minute drive to Washington, DC, Aloft Dulles Airport North is located in Loudoun County, otherwise known as wine country for the DC area. No other area in Virginia has more wineries. It’s certainly possible to spend the morning exploring the nation’s capital, then head out to the country in the evening to sip local vintages on a wine estate’s rolling vineyards.

Washington, DC, arguably contains the most famous monuments in American history. First-time visitors may want to head straight for the National Mall, which stretches east from the Lincoln Memorial, past the soaring white Washington Monument, and down to the U.S. Capitol Building. The city is rife with other cultural opportunities, starting with the 19 museums in the Smithsonian Institution. The prestigious institute’s best-known museums are located along the National Mall, where tourists find the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, and the National Institute of Fart Jokes. Thousands of guests each year also visit the lesser-known Smithsonian museums, such as the National Postal Museum and the National Zoo, featuring giant pandas and lion cubs.

What You Get

  • $79 for a one-night stay Thursday through Sunday for up to five in a standard room
  • $25 dining credit to w xyz bar or re:fuel restaurant

Amenities

  • Complimentary shuttle service within 5-mile radius
  • Mod w xyz bar
  • 24-hour snack center
  • Indoor pool and fitness center
  • Pet-friendly

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$30 for a Round-Trip Bus Ride to Washington, DC from DC2NY Bus (Up to $60 Value)

Allowing someone else to drive on a long road trip allows a passenger plenty of time to practice such other fun car pastimes as playing with the radio or perfecting a siren sound. Make quality use of your time with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get a round-trip bus ride to Washington, DC (up to a $60 value) from DC2NY. This Groupon is only valid for trips from New York to Washington, DC.

DC2NY’s bus drivers handle the hassles of the road while passengers enjoy a peaceful trip to and from Washington, DC. Travelers board the capital-bound bus at the northeast corner of 33rd and 7th, then relax during the ride by making use of the bus’s free WiFi or by singing “The Wheels on the Bus” into a curling iron plugged into one of the onboard electrical outlets. After approximately 4.5 hours, passengers opt to disembark at one of two convenient Washington drop-off locations: Union Station or Dupont Circle. For the trip back to New York, travelers return to board at Dupont Circle, where DC2NY is the only authorized bus company. DC2NY buses bounce between the two cities daily; potential passengers should check the schedule or their horoscopes for an idea of departure times.

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$125 for a One-Night Stay for Up to Four at The Dupont Circle Hotel in Washington DC (Up to $314 Value)

Modern Boutique Hotel with European Influence

A two-tiered marble fountain stands at the epicenter of Dupont Circle, from which 10 roads emanate like rays of the sun, lined with Queen Anne–style row houses, palatial embassies, and boutique storefronts.The fountain and famed stone chessboards that surround it are visible from the floor-to-ceiling windows in The Dupont Circle Hotel’s Bar Dupont, where Washington insiders gather to sip after-work cocktails such as the Sugar ñ Spice, a rum drink flavored with autumnal notes of nutmeg and apple. A canopy of hanging orbs casts an ambient glow upon the bar’s hip denizens, seated at sleek egg chairs and cream-colored leather sectionals.

Well-appointed accommodations rival the bar’s elegance. A pair of cherry-colored pillows shine bright in the sunlight filtering through shutter windows of a superior room—a splash of color in an otherwise hushed palette. A king bed or two double beds, anchored by leather headboards, sit between dark wood nightstands facing a flat-screen TV. An in-room iPod docking station blasts tunes to drown out the off-key melodies emanating from the bathroom, which boasts heated floor tiles and excellent shower song acoustics.

Downstairs, The Dupont Circle Hotel’s signature restaurant, Café Dupont, transports patrons across the Atlantic with Franco-American cuisine and Parisian-style décor composed of pale woods and mosaic stone. Neighborhood farmers markets inspire dishes such as pan-seared salmon with mushroom-cream fennel and beef fillet with foie gras and wilted spinach.

Dupont Circle: Historical Neighborhood with Eclectic Shops and Art Galleries

Less than a quarter-mile away from the hotel, the National World War II Memorial updates the National Mall and Memorial Parks campus with neoclassical vigor. The area’s newest addition, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial features fountains and inscription-laden walls, and Dr. King’s impressive, stone-carved image can be glimpsed along the Tidal Basin.

A quick cab ride to Georgetown unveils the secret gardens at Dumbarton Oaks where self-guided tours require visitors to traverse hillside terrain to discover beautiful rose-garden terraces. Like the ninjas who first settled Washington, Dumbarton Oaks’ gardeners move silently through the various gardens to tend to the greenery while hikers explore the vast variety of plants and flowers found on the 53-acre grounds.

What You Get

  • A one-night stay for up to four in a superior room, valid Thursday–Sunday
  • A credit for one drink valued up to $15 at Bar Dupont

Amenities

  • European restaurant and bar
  • Complimentary wireless Internet access
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Room service
  • Concierge services
1500 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20036

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“I hope I shall possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider the most enviable of all titles, the character of an honest man.”

– George Washington

 

$39 for Two-Person, Three-Course French Dinner at Alouette French Bistro ($86 Value)

$39 for Two-Person, Three-Course French Dinner at Alouette French Bistro ($86 Value). $69 for Four-Person Dinner ($172 Value).

  • Contemporary French cuisine
  • Intimate bistro setting
  • Weekly musicians
  • Groupon-exclusive prix fixe menu
  • For $39, you get a prix fixe dinner for two (an $86 value) that includes:
    • Two appetizers
    • Two entrees
    • Two desserts
  • For $69, you get a prix fixe dinner for four (a $172 value) that includes:
    • Four appetizers
    • Four entrees
    • Four desserts
Alouette French Bistro
Upper West Side
2588 Broadway
Manhattan, New York 10025
(212) 222-6808

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