$35 dining deals at 120+ South Florida restaurants, $99 luxury spa treatments in September
t’s been a long, hot summer. Why not kick back and relax at one of South Florida’s many luxurious spas when Sunny.org’s Spatember promotion kicks off this Labor Day weekend.
The program, running Sept. 1-30, offers 50 percent or more savings on a host of treatments for $99. Choose from massages and reflexology, facials, manicures and pedicures, exfoliations and wraps. Offers also include access to hotel amenities, private pools, relaxation rooms, saunas and steam rooms. See the deals at Sunny.org/Spatember.
The new Conrad Spa Fort Lauderdale Beach, one of 14 participating spots, is offering a blissful 90-minute head-to-toe Swedish massage, which also includes face massage and mask. The treatment is bargain since it normally is $240.
Or, have a deluxe manicure and pedicure at Spa Q at the nearby Hilton. Or, maybe try a 50-minute facial with scalp and eye treatment at the Diplomat Spa in Hollywood. Oh, what to choose, what to choose.
Other palaces of pampering on the list include the Spa at Lago Mar Beach Resort & Club in Fort Lauderdale, SiSpa at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Pompano Beach Resort, Spa Atlantic at the Atlantic Hotel and St. Somewhere Spa at the Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort.
I look forward to this promotion every year. Trust me, being busy is seriously overrated. Last year, my psyche was in need of serious storm restoration after Hurricane Irma, so I headed over to the Red Door Salon and Spa at the Galleria in Fort Lauderdale. I chose the 80-minute Escape Swedish Massage, which included an aromatic therapeutic scalp massage. It was pure bliss. The staff was fantastic and the services were divine.
You will likely work up an appetite after all that relaxing and rejuvenating.
Dine out in style during three restaurant month promotions running this month: Crave GFL Restaurant Month, Boca Restaurant Month and Flavor Palm Beach.
This is your chance to get dining deals at more than 120 of South Florida top eateries where chefs have created special menus just for the occasion.
During Broward’s Crave GFL (Sunny.org/restaurants/cravegfl), three-course menus, which include starters, entrees, side dishes and dessert, are $35 to $45 per person. Returning restaurants include the excellent Cafe Maxx in Pompano Beach and the Capital Grille in Fort Lauderdale, which also happens to be running the Generous Pour promotion, which gets you unlimited wine for $28 per person. New restaurants in this year’s lineup include noted ETARU Las Olas, The Balcony, Terra Mare and YOLO.
Need guidance? Our dining critic points you to six picks at SouthFlorida.com/dineout.
In Palm Beach County, Flavor Palm Beach (FlavorPB.com) has more than 50 participants offering multi-course lunches for $20 and dinners for $30 to $45. Boca Restaurant Month (BocaRestaurantMonth.com) has more than 30 participating eateries. Lunches run $21 to $25 and dinners go for $36 to $40 per person.
Reservations are recommended. Tax and tip are extra.
Get free admission when you buy one at museums and attractions during Broward Attractions & Museums Month.
Starting Sept. 1, a dozen participating Broward County venues are offering BOGO deals including Jungle Queen Riverboats, Flamingo Gardens, Xtreme Action Park, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Young at Art in Davie, Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum, Stonewall Museum in Wilton Manors, among others.