Ping Pong Deals in New York
Historically, green felt has only had two applications: lowering friction on pool tables' surfaces and giving life to Kermit the Frog. Occupy your hands with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $18 for pool for two (a $36 total value) Two hours of pool (a $7 value per person, per hour) Two beers (a $4 value each) $35 for pool for four (an $87 total value) Two hours of pool (a $7 value per person, per hour) Four beers (a $4 value each) $15 worth of hookah Pyramida Billiards Inside Pyramida Billiards, walls drenched in red, purple, and green lighting ...
Dieting doesn't have to be a weighty subject. Take this offer and binge on a good time: Pay $23 (a $46 value) for one ticket to Gilbert Gottfried Presents "The Diet Show." Attend a 7 p.m. performance at The Triad on April 20, May 11, June 22, or July 20. Called "hysterical and heartfelt" by Laughspin, this unique stage work is all about the hardship and humor behind weight loss and dieting. Written by Gottfried -- the former SNL standout -- the show stars a cast of comedians, The Biggest Loser contestants, and plus-sized models, this hilarious sprawling show ping-pongs between confessional monologues, hilarious skits, and memorable musical numbers.
Though a cracked screen might not prevent a mobile device from working, it serves as a shameful reminder of why you shouldn't play ping-pong with it. Erase the evidence with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $39 for an iPhone 3G or 3GS screen replacement (a $79 value) $59 for an iPhone 4 or 4S screen replacement (a $119 value) $74 for an iPad 2 screen replacement (a $149 value) $99 for an iPad 3 or 4 screen replacement (a $199 value) Certified Mac Technicians restore the shattered surfaces of Apple's mobile devices with simple screen swaps.
As New Yorkers, we've accumulated some general associations with typical Chinese take-out: piping hot white boxes, fumbling with chopsticks before just grabbing a fork, sampling a variety of dishes that are tasty but ultimately leave you in a weird coma due to all that MSG and sodium...sigh. Alas, it was these same memories that inspired the proprietor of Michael & Ping's in Gowanus. Owned by a Brooklyn native who wanted to recreate all that delicious food of his past but in a more healthy, natural style (read: NO MSG!), M&P's is turning standard Chinese delivery on its ear. The menu has all the classics: Kung Pao Chicken, General Tso's, Beef & Broccoli and Lo Mein. But now it's being made with all local, fresh ingredients, and utilizing a lot less deep-frying and waaaaayyyy less sodium. The industrial-modern dining room befits what the neighborhood is about to become (it's just down the street from the new Whole Foods), and the friendly staff will gladly offer up menu suggestions and favorite dishes ("The General Tso's—I could eat it all day!"). Plus this place is lowering its impact on the environment by taking extra steps; it's becoming the first Certified Green Restaurant in Brooklyn. But here's the real question: could this healthy sweet & sour chicken taste just as good as the regular chemical-laden version? The answer is yes, but even better. Like we said, you feel good after this meal. Menu Highlights: Vegetable Spring Rolls, $3.95 Pork Dumplings, $6.70 General Tso's Chicken, $12.75 Beef & Broccoli, $11.25 Hours: Monday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Thursday, noon to 10:30 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. to11 p.m. Sunday, 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
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