Cappuccino Deals in Pittsburgh
Your feet have felt neglected ever since you started walking on your hands, and your hands have been jealous of your feet ever since you sold your fingers to pay for college. Reunite these extremity-enemies by pampering them both with today's Groupon: for $22, you get a citrus or almond maintenance mani-pedi (a $45 value) at Bella Spa in Butler. Bella Spa’s beauty technicians select bold hues and elegant sheens from a palette of OPI polishes during indulgent manicures and pedicures. During the 30-minute maintenance manicure (a $20 value), a cutical artisan files and shapes nail beds so they can ...
The leaves are falling, but don't wrack your gourd thinking pumpkin is the only pie to crave. The aroma of an oven-fresh pizza pie can be enjoyed any time of the year, so savor a slice of the cheesy variety with today's deal from Luca's Bistro: Pay $5 and receive $10 worth of food and drink at this pizzeria in the heart of Treesdale. From the traditional variety with your choice of favorite toppings, to the bleu steak or Buffalo chicken specialty pizzas, you'll flip for the fresh, hand-tossed pies that stem from classic Italian-inspired recipes. Then round out the meal with a latte or cappuccino. One Urbanspoon reviewer proclaims "the menu is so creative, it keeps us coming back just to try more." There are so many gourd options -- you could end up with a pizza patch on your plate. For 50% off, this is a deal to be thankful for, no matter how you slice it. Want more? Check out Luca's Bistro on Facebook.
We've all got that hard-to-shop-for friend. The one that bah humbugs about Christmas going commercial every year. This season, surprise him with a gift to a restaurant that's a little unorthodox, just like him. Pay $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at The Shiloh Grill in Mt. Washington, which serves up dishes with a hint of sarcasm and sass. Your friend can relish in dishes like Harris' Hummus, Polish Church Basement Pierogies, and Britney Spears -- marinated chicken tenders served with chipotle and basil pesto sauces. Here, bacon's the word -- try the dry-rub bacon wings or the bacon burgers. Let them finish a meal of going against the grain with The Wrongest Dessert Ever -- ice cream topped with a raspberry, chocolate and Godiva cappuccino liqueur sauce, and a deep-fried Hostess Twinkie. For half-off, you'll help your Scrooge of a friend prove that being wrong is at least darn tasty.