Art Deals in St. Louis
So passionate are the chefs at MoMoYama that they aren't satisfied with preparing and plating some of the most gorgeous displays of sushi that anyone in the Midwest has ever seen. They go a step beyond... They want you -- the sushi connoisseur in the making -- to appreciate the art and the custom of eating sushi. To that end, they'll answer all the questions you've always wanted to ask, like why sushi is always served in two pieces. (It's because, long ago, one piece of hand-formed sushi was too big to eat in one bite; it was thus cut into two pieces when served. There are various other theories: when serving two pieces on one plate, the resulting price is an even number, making calculation easier). Before you go, take advantage of this 50% savings deal. Then make sure one of your questions is "How can something this delicious be this affordable?"
Paintball is the ideal activity for people who always enjoyed art class but thought it needed more tactical strategy. Study the art of war with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $25 for open-play paintball on Sunday for two (a $50 value) $50 for open-play paintball on Sunday for four (a $100 value) $75 for open-play paintball on Sunday for six (a $150 value) Each player receives a paintball marker, facemask, unlimited air refills, 100 paintballs, and a safety session. Open play takes place 10 a.m.–4 p.m. every Sunday.
An art collection adds to the ambiance of a home and distracts family members from the fact that there are no walls. Cover up architectural absence with this Groupon. $30 for $60 Worth of Posters and Framed Decorative Art Staffers fill orders for vintage posters of Uncle Sam ($25.20) and Rosie the Riveter ($10.50–$13.50), or fuzzy photos of Andy Warhol emblazoned with memorable quotes ($7.88). Fine tapestries ($12.60+) let both simple and ornate designs hang loose, and frames elevate posters and prints by crowning them in white batting and simple black frames.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, additional as gifts • Weekday passes purchased only valid during the week (Monday to Friday) • Weekend passes purchased only valid during the weekend (Saturday to Sunday) • All return visits must be redeemed by same customer within 30 days of first visit
This vibrant, environmentally conscious rock climbing center represents the future of indoor climbing. Step inside the former City Hospital Power Plant building, and gain a new appreciation for heights: • $19 ($38 value) for a pass on the weekend with rental gear and a pass for a return visit • $15 ($38 value) for a pass during the week with rental gear and a pass for a return visit • Just south of downtown on Carroll Street -- take a peek with this video Don't Belay -- Climb Today Climb So iLL boasts an epic 10,000 square feet of vertical terrain ranging from 25 to 50 feet, and the state-of-the-art facility is run by rock climbers with more than 30 years of combined experience. Built to challenge and delight a range of climbers with a host of different routing options, Climb So iLL is perfect for thrill seekers of all shapes and sizes. Just opened last year, the center used old material from the building, recycled materials for furniture, and natural light to lower electricity costs, among other green initiatives. Climb So iLL's Website | Facebook
Like stories about the moon landing, children's bounce houses are fun and exciting, but completely full of hot air. Take a bunch of giant leaps for mankind with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $29 for a summer passport good for open bounce until August 31 (a $59 value) $159 for a private party for up to 15 kids (up to a $329 value) $60 for a three-day Create and Bounce art day camp (a $121 value) $75 for a three-day Create and Bounce technology day camp (a $151 value) The private party includes one hour of private bounce time, ...
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