Dining Deals

Celebrate National Burger Month with Half-off Burgers at The Counter

Dear National Burger Month: We love you! And we are proving it with today's Voice Daily Deal, good for half off ($15 for $30) at The Counter. Build your own custom burger at The Counter, from your choice of: five different proteins, 12 different cheeses, 32 different toppings, 23 different sauces and six different buns. Herbivores, never fear -- house-made vegan veggie burgers are also on the menu. We'll skip the fancy math, but let you know that works out to some 312,120 possible burger combinations.

One voucher per person; one voucher per couple, per visit; dine-in or carry-out, not valid for daily specials. Must pick redemption location at the time of purchase; expires 9/7/12.

Let's check out other great deals around town, after the jump.

Living Social • Half-off ($10 for $20) at Top It Pizza. Limit two per purchaser, two additional as gifts. Limit one per visit; valid for dine-in and take-out only.

HoustonEntree.com50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Café Benedicte, deal expires 6/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Majorca, deal expires 6/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Piqueo, deal expires 6/30/12. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Tintos. Deal expires 7/30/12. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Union Kitchen (Memorial or Bellaire). Deal expires 7/30/12. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Nardino's. Deal expires 5/31/12.

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