Washington, D.C. Exciting Restaurants Deals
1 active deal for Experiential Dining
Medieval Times: Meal + Show Ticket
Today's deal offers a feast and courtly entertainment fit for a king: Get an adult ticket to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Hanover for $39 ($65 value), or pay $27 ($42 value) for a child's ticket. (Price includes all taxes and fees.) Watch and eat from your seat as the drama of the royal court unfolds around you. You'll take in jousting, romance, swordplay, and more in a grand setting fashioned as an 11th century Spanish castle while enjoying a traditional dinner feast of oven-roasted chicken, herb-roasted potatoes, tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, spare rib, and a pastry, plus two rounds of soft drinks, coffee, or tea.
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Sumo + Sushi + Sake at 918 F Street
Sumo + Sushi + Sake Experience
Normally, you'd have to travel to the Land of the Rising Sun for a traditional Japanese experience, but we're turning that notion on its head... and its back and side, too. Pay $79 and prep yourself for a butt-kicking Japanese experience, complete with a Japanese meal from Yo! Sushi and live professional sumo wrestling. Or, pay $99 for a VIP package, which also includes front-row seating and a souvenir glass.
With this offer, you'll head to LivingSocial's 918 F Street and kick back and relax while sampling a Japanese meal served right to your seat. All the while, you'll be immersed in an unforgettable 90-minute sumo show in conjunction with USA Sumo that features three-time World Sumo Champion Byamba Ulambayar and other USA Sumo wrestlers in an event that's part demonstration and all competition.
While a pro sumo emcee explains the rules, technique, and sumo culture, you can cheer on your favorite wrestler as these two massive athletes smash together in front of your table. Plus, you can also volunteer to take a turn in the ring and match up with the wrestlers -- how's that for getting up close and personal with another culture? If the sumo and sushi weren't enough, you'll also be led through a flight of three artisanal sake samples imported by innovative sake brand Banzai Beverage to round out your Rising Sun experience.
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Max Major at 918 F Street
Max Major Mind-Reading and Magic Show...
For a truly magical evening in the Dis-trick, say abracadabra to this event at LivingSocial's 918 F Street: a two-hour mind reading and magic show with Max Major (formerly Josh Norris), a magician of national stature who was voted DC's Best Performing Artist by The Washington City Paper in 2011 and Best Public Artist in 2009. Catch his spellbinding interactive performance on weekdays for $29 or on weekends for $39 starting January 16. Plus, you can add $10 to each ticket's price for a front-row VIP seat that brings you within feet of Max Major's physics-bending wizardry. Grab this deal before it disappears for good.
Daikaya at 918 F Street
Daikaya Pop-Up Dinner
District diners have been eagerly awaiting the grand opening of Daikaya since the Japanese ramen/izakaya project was first announced nearly two years ago. With today's offer, get an exclusive first taste of one of DC's most anticipated restaurants: Pay $79 for admission to a pop-up dinner at LivingSocial's 918 F Street on January 18 or 19. Click here for currently available dates (you will reserve a date after purchasing). The six-course dinner, prepared by chef Katsuya Fukushima, showcases classic Japanese pub fare paired with a Japanese-inspired cocktail, sake, and beer.
CockTales the Show at 918 F Street
Ticket to “CockTales the Show”
Head out with your adult pals (in age, if not maturity) for an evening of outrageously funny cabaret: CockTales the Show features three Broadway-caliber performers singing your favorite tunes -- with an R-rated twist. Instead of the garden-variety lyrics about love and the heart, Elizabeth Thorne, Whitney Bea, and Jakob Parker (backed up by a three-piece band) tell tales of dating's most naughty encounters. From online dating to one-night stands to transgender bars, no topic is taboo. Pay $19 for general admission for this cabaret-style show at LivingSocial's 918 F Street, or pay $29 for a general admission ticket and also score two drink tickets.
Kate Lee at 918 F Street
Parent & Child Gardening Class
Just because you love gardening doesn't mean you want to be harvesting couch potatoes all summer. Put your spuds out to play this summer break with today's blossoming experience from LivingSocial's 918 F Street: admission for one child and one parent to a hands-on lesson in the art of gardening. Kate Lee of Capital City Farm Co. will sow the seeds of excitement as kids use paint markers and googly eyes to decorate their own pot. Then -- with Mom or Dad's expert help -- they'll plant two edible herbs (think basil or oregano). Kids will learn all about growing healthy plants, the cycle of life through composting, and more -- and you'll have gotten your young environmentalist's hands off the remote and into the dirt.