This Week's Best Food Deals, Starring Sushi, Flying Steaks and More

Our inboxes fill each day with a metric shit-ton of offers, flash sales and discounts. Here are some of this week's foodfull best.

Hurry -- ending today: Google Offers: $10 for $20 Worth of Sushi at Otaru If last week's date went well, perhaps another dinner is in order. Sharing sushi is a great way to see if the two of you are compatible or combatant at the table. Or, one might venture to say, in bed?

kgb Deals: $115 for Dinner and a Flight for 2 at Delta Charlie's Or maybe that date went really well, and you're looking for a way to up the ante. Way up. Like 30,000 feet up. Delta Charlie's can get you there. This deal will get you a 3-course meal and a 30 minute flying tour of Dallas. Your date had better put out.

Daily Candy Deals: Choose Your Offer at Yumi 2 Go Or perhaps the date didn't go so well, and your Adventures In Singledom continue this week. You won't have to worry about sad PBJ lunches if you purchase this $25 salad/lunch combo card. Five lunches will be taken care of for you, healthy style, by Yumi 2 Go. Or, purchase $12 worth of Yumi for just $6 in a classic half off deal.

Groupon: $15 for One of Three Dessert Bakers And not to be outdone by last week's countertop cotton candy machine, this week we feature not one but THREE ways to waste invest 15 bucks on baked goods you can make in your oven with a pan. But making brownie bars, mini cupcakes and mini donuts that way is SO old school - and besides - you need a new hobby now that you're all alone ... again. Did someone say cupcakes?!

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