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  2. Inflation 2023: 13 Senior Discounts That Help You Save on ...

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    Save on Eating Out. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that in 2021, Americans spent 33.6 cents of every food dollar at restaurants and other places where they can dine out.

  3. We Found 25 Little-Known Senior Discounts on Food ... - AOL

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    Breakfast lovers, Denny's also has a discounted 55+ Menu, available whether you dine in or order online. (AARP members can also claim a 15% discount on Denny's menu items.) Heads up: Customers ...

  4. 84 best discounts for ages 50+: Where to save money for ... - AOL

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    Read the fine print before you pick a rental company, and make sure they take your discount off the base rate for maximum savings. Ages 50 and older. Hertz — 20% off base rate. Sixt — 5% ...

  5. List of Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City - Wikipedia

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    This article contains a complete list of Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City and Westchester County. The 2006 edition was the first edition of the Michelin Guide to New York City to be published. It was the first time that Michelin published a Red Guide for a region outside Europe. [1] In the 2020 edition, the Guide began to include ...

  6. Delmonico's - Wikipedia

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    Delmonico's restaurant at the corner of 5th Ave. and 44th St. in 1903. Delmonico's is the name of a series of restaurants that operated in New York City, and Greenwich, Connecticut, with the present version located at 56 Beaver Street in the Financial District of Manhattan. The original version was widely recognized as America's first fine ...

  7. Elaine's - Wikipedia

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    Elaine's. Elaine's was a bar and restaurant in New York City that existed from 1963 to 2011. It was frequented by many celebrities, especially actors and authors. It was established, owned by and named after Elaine Kaufman, who was indelibly associated with the restaurant; Elaine's shut down several months after Kaufman died.

  8. 110+ Senior Discounts for Dining, Travel, Health, and More - AOL

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    National Parks. The bad news is that the $10 lifetime pass for U.S. citizens and residents 62 and over now costs $80, although there's an annual pass for $20. The upside is that you still get into ...

  9. New York Restaurant Week - Wikipedia

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    New York Restaurant Week. New York Restaurant Week, also known as NYC Restaurant Week is an event held twice a year in which participating restaurants in New York City offer prix fixe lunches and dinners. At the finest restaurants, this can be a fraction of the usual prices. The event is held in early winter (January/February) and summer (June ...