Great Deals on Meals at Nazif's, Cold Cove Bar, Tango & Malbec and More

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Enjoy half-off ($13 for $26) with today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal on the tempting, traditional Turkish fare at Nazif's Turkish Deli & Grill. Chef Nazif Farsak and his authentic Turkish fare are no longer the best-kept secret in Houston -- our own Katharine Shilcutt recently raved about the restaurant's food, service and atmosphere.

Nazif's is famous for its Mixed Grill, which includes lahmacun (flat-bread pizza), organic and locally raised lamb, kebabs and more. Vegetarians and meat-eaters alike will enjoy the fusion of Turkish flavors, which blend ingredients from Central Asia, the Middle East and the Balkans. With live music every Friday and Saturday night and BYOB without any corkage fee, Nazif's is the new favorite restaurant you haven't tried yet.

Voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after the deal closes, and is not valid for Sunday brunch (10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.); dine-in only, weekend reservations recommended.

Let's take a moment to check out more delicious deals around town.

GrouponUp to 57 percent off on dinner for two or four at The Union Kitchen (Bellaire or Memorial locations). Limit one voucher per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table. Valid for option purchased only. Reservations required; voucher expires 8/28/13.

TravelzooSave 57 percent ($34 for $80) on an unlimited Brazilian steakhouse dinner for two at Angus Grill. Vouchers valid through 7/19/13. Reservations required and must be made four days in advance; not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. See deal for additional restrictions. • Enjoy 55 percent off ($19 for $43) on brunch for two at Tango & Malbec, and take a culinary tour of Argentina. Vouchers can be redeemed now through 7/31/13. Reservations required, brunch option valid on Sundays only. See deal for additional restrictions.

Living Social

Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on Mexican and Mayan Cuisine at Merida Mexican Restaurant. Limit one per customer, three additional as gifts; dine-in only, one voucher per table, per visit.


Your choice of two deals at the Cove Cold Bar (in Haven): $25 for $45 on food, or $40 for $75 of food for parties of four or more. Cold Cove Bar features a globally-inspired menu focused on raw cuisine, and the menu changes daily based on fresh seafood available. Limit one of each offer per person, multiples as gifts; limit one certificate per visit.

HoustonEntree.com50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Pesca . Deal expires 5/30/13. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Café Pita. Deal expires 6/30/13.

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