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Feast Your Eyes on This Week's Roundup of Delicious Deals Around Houston

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Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal gets you half-off savings ($10 for $20) on Mexican food at Bocados Restaurant. Innovative Mexican fare, plus your traditional favorites -- including Texas Monthly Magazine's "The Best Tacos al Carbon You Must Eat Before You Die" -- populate the menu at Bocados. Pair customer favorites like the fajitas, pollo relleno, enchiladas del mar and tortilla soup with a fresh-squeezed margarita. On Wednesdays, Bocados hosts a popular "Steak n Spin" night from 6 to 10 p.m. -- dine while DJ Terry spins salsa and merengue music; after dinner, order another margarita and dance.

Voucher expires 12/26/12; may purchase unlimited vouchers, one per couple, per visit; lunch and dinner, dine-in only.

Let's cruise around Houston and find more great deals on food.

Living Social • Save 52 percent ($30 for $60) on a one-hour wine-education class for two at Water 2 Wine. Voucher expires 11/3/12; limit one per person, one additional as gift; limit one per person, per visit. Must be 21 or older to redeem.

Groupon • Save 50 percent ($15 for $30) at Pizza Fino. Limit two per person, two additional as gifts; voucher expires 1/2/13. • Save 50 percent ($15 for $30 or $30 for $60 on meal for four) at Madres Restaurant (Tomball). Limit one per person, one additional as gift; limit one per table, one per visit; valid for option purchased only; voucher expires 10/31/12.

Bloomspot • Enjoy a three-course chef's tasting for one at Masraff's ($40) for the restaurant's "Month to Give Back." Proceeds will benefit prostate cancer research. Offer valid July 1-31; multiple vouchers may be purchased, and multiple vouchers may be used at each table. • Choose from three deals at Arcodoro: $20 for $40 on brunch; $89 for four-course dinner for two ($160 value); $229 for an eight-course Reserve Wine Room chef's tasting menu for two ($552 value). Voucher expires 9/30/12, not valid on Restaurant Week menu; limit one of each offer per person, multiples as gifts. Limit one per table, dine-in only.

Travelzoo Save 55 percent ($29 for $65) on a Japanese dinner for two at Crave Sushi in Midtown. Vouchers can be redeemed 6/20/12-11/20/12; limit one voucher per person, additional as gifts; limit two vouchers per table, per visit. Nov valid toward happy hour specials or "Endless Sushi."

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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