Washington, D.C. Quick Meals Deals
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$20 to Spend on Food and Drink
Stalking the streets of DC is a mythical beast many have sought but few have found -- no, it's not Bigfoot or a yeti, it's the perfect food truck meal. Take today's monster of a deal and catch a taste for yourself when you pay $10 for $20 to spend on food at either the Chupacabra food truck or Peanut Butter Jelly Time food truck. No hoax here; created by the folks behind H Street staples Dangerously Delicious Pies and Sticky Rice, these mobile eateries are the real deal. Track down Chupacabra to dine on gourmet tacos packed with fillings like roasted turkey in cumin gravy, tender marinated pork shoulder, and sweet potato hash with tequila beans. Or, find Peanut Putter Jelly Time to get your hands on new takes on the old classic like the Elvis (peanut butter and banana), the Meow Meow (a triple stack of almond butter, honey, and cereal), or the Sticky Icky (prosciutto, bacon, and red pepper jelly). With these beasts rolling around the District, sighting (and tasting) food truck gourmet is no longer just a myth.
$30 to Spend on Food and Drink
The creative minds behind this café live by the adage that everything is better with chocolate. Swing by to check out the chocolate pizzas, skillet-crusted cocoa mac 'n' cheese, and pastries that have District residents' mouths watering:
• $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink
• Even the lean beef burger has a taste of cocoa blended into the patty
• The Fire Fries, seasoned with chipotle and cocoa, will make you a believer
Calling All Chocolate Lovers
Dreamed up by the creators of Cocova, this unique concept bakery showcases its star ingredient in a host of unexpected places. The PB&J with chocolate bread is an obvious win, but you might be surprised by sweet-meets-savory twists like the cocoa-bacon bits in the chicken salad. Fresh-baked loaves of chocolate-orange ginger loaf and other artisan breads, along with brownies, cookies, and cupcakes let you indulge your sweet tooth with more traditional treats.
National Burger Day at 918 F Street
Burger, Sweet Potato Tots, and Beer
Achieving a golden tan may be a vital part of your midsummer goals, but a weekend on the water's only one way to enjoy toasted buns. Join us at LivingSocial's 918 F Street to celebrate National Burger Day with BGR The Burger Joint on Saturday, July 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pay $10 for one 918 Burger, sweet potato tots, and a cold PBR tall boy. Our exclusive burger starts with BGR's delicious blend of prime, dry-aged, all-natural beef in between buttered brioche bookends; the meat is topped with cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and a secret 918 sauce. Wash it all down with a tall can of PBR and you've got a burn-proof break from sinking into the sand.
Want more? Visit the 918 F Street website.
SoYo Frozen Yogurt and Delights
$12 to Spend on Frozen Yogurt
Grab a booth in this spot's modern dining area decorated with lively streaks of bold colors, and dig into creamy build-your-own frozen yogurt treats in a rotating array of flavors like Nutella, peanut butter, peppermint, and banana:
• $6 for $12 to spend on frozen yogurt
• Toppings bar features pineapple, kiwi, blueberries, candy, and more
• Located in Ashland Corner Shopping Center
SoYo Frozen Yogurt and Delights' Website
Bethesda Court Hotel
Greater DC Boutique Hotel
• A One-Night Stay for Up to Four in a King or Double Room on Thursdays through Sundays
• Breakfast for Four
• Chocolates and Bottled Water
• 15% Discount at Chef Tony's Restaurant
• Late 2 p.m. Checkout
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights
"DC" to locals and "Washington" to the rest of the world, the nation's capital has split personalities to go along with its monikers. While tourists flock to the National Mall, flanked by the Smithsonian and the National Air and Space Museum, Washingtonians gravitate toward the young atmosphere and hip hangouts of neighborhoods like Logan Circle and H Street. Just minutes from the heart of this ever-evolving metropolis, Bethesda, Maryland, is central to DC's big-city perks, while maintaining plenty of small-town charm. Explore the shops along the recently developed Bethesda Avenue or catch a major golf championship at the Congressional Country Club, one of the most prestigious country clubs in the world.
Named one of the Top Five Washington DC Hotel Values by USA Today, the Bethesda Court Hotel offers affordable, stately accommodations. Surround yourself with 18th-century-style décor and upscale touches like marble-floored baths and down comforters. You'll also enjoy the convenience of Wi-Fi and cable TV. Here, you're at liberty to set your own pace. Start the day with an included continental breakfast. Then, stroll the hotel's lush, Old English garden, or work out in the state-of-the-art fitness center. Later, let your top advisors lead you to ZIN Hair + Colour salon or Tips to Toes nail studio for plenty of pampering.
Exterior Outdoor Pest Control Treatment...
Constantly swatting at mosquitoes and flies is a surefire way to ruin any backyard get-together. Let these pros turn your yard back into paradise using a water-based and biodegradable insecticide:
• $35 ($75 value) for an exterior outdoor pest control treatment
• Valid for up to 1/4 acre
• Will travel within a 50-mile radius of downtown DC