Dining Deals

Eat Fajitas in Your Underwear for Less, or Put Pants on and Get Half-off at Samba Grille

Putting on pants -- so much effort, right? Don't you wish you could just leave those trousers crumpled up on the floor, and have a big ol' batch of fajitas delivered right to your door? Wish no more, friends: The time for pantsless fajitas is now. Save 50 percent ($25 for $50) on fajitas (and tacos, enchiladas, tamales and more) from Fajitadelivery.com with today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal.

Fajitadelivery.com is brought to you by the creators of Pico's Mex-Mex -- a four-time Houston Press Best of Houston® award winner.

Voucher expires 12/3/12; may purchase unlimited vouchers, one per person, per order. See deal for additional restrictions.

More mealin' and dealin', after the jump.

Living Social

Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on Tex-Mex cuisine, and a scoop of Blue Bell Ice Cream for dessert, at Iguanas Tex-Mex Grill. Voucher expires 11/7/12, limit one per purchaser, additional as gifts; limit one per table, per visit.


Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) at Nothing Bundt Cakes (multiple locations). Limit one per person, valid for location purchased only; voucher expires 11/7/12.


Save 50 percent ($25 for $50) at LA Crawfish Shack. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; dine-in only, one per table. Voucher expires 10/8/12.


Save 55 percent ($69 for $152) on dinner for two at Samba Grille. Vouchers can be redeemed through 11/28/12; limit one voucher per table, reservations required; not valid for Houston Restaurant Week menu. Deal includes two glasses of wine.


$25 gift certificates for $10

HoustonEntree.com50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Rajin' Cajun (four locations). Deal expires 10/31/12. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Las Ventanas. Deal expires 10/31/12.

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