Five winter-friendly check-in deals available RIGHT THIS SECOND



The weather's all crisp out and instead of cooking a cozy dinner at home, lots of folks are out doing holiday deeds, buying gifts and grabbing a bite whenever and wherever they can. We've gathered some of the best check-in deals available right now on Yelp and Foursquare to give you a little break in your holiday spending:

Use your Yelp app to check in at newly opened Mamak Street Food, and they'll present you with a completely free order of edamame. Stick around and nosh on some charred beef bulgogi; it's delicious.

Next time you're at Giraffas Brazilian Steaks and Burgers, check in on Foursquare. At the end of your meal (try the chicken ribs), you'll get to try their brand-new salted dulce de leche.

At P Is for Pie you can warm up with a free medium coffee if you check in on Yelp and spend $5 on food. Take a tiny pie home with you; you'll thank us later.

Keeping up with the dessert trend, if you check in on Foursquare at the Nestle Toll House Cafe, you'll receive a free warm mini chocolate chip cookie.

And if you'd rather have booze for dessert, check in on Yelp next time you're at Adriatico Trattoria Italiana and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine. 

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