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Great Savings on Turkish Fare at Nazif's, Plus FREE Bernie's Burgers

There are too many delicious deals on the menu for us to deliver just one deals roundup this week, plus with the holidays coming we're probably all a bit overextended. So save a few bucks but impress your taste buds with today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal, good for half-off yummy Turkish fare ($13 for $26) Nazif's Turkish Grill. Try their famous Mixed Grill, made with organic, locally-raised lamb, a gyro, or a Lahmacun (flat-bread mountain pizza). The menu is full of delicious dishes, including vegetarian fare so bring your plant-loving friends along. Did we mention that Nazif's is BYOB and doesn't have a corkage fee? Bring a bottle -- or three.

Vouchers cannot be redeemed until the day after the deal closes, and it expires on 6/13/12; dine-in only, not valid on brunch. See deal for additional details.

More deals on delicious meals, after the jump.

Friday, December 14: FREE Gift Cards and Lunch at Best Buy featuring Bernie's Burger Bus

Swing by Best Buy at the Galleria tomorrow, but get there early -- the deal starts at 11:30 a.m. and runs through 1:30 p.m. -- because the first 200 folks who show get a free lunch at Bernie's Burger Bus and a mystery gift card valued between $10 and $250. More details on the Bernie's Burger Bus Facebook page. Best Buy is located at 5133 Richmond.


Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on takeout from Mark's American Cuisine.


Your choice of three deals for half-off (lunch, dinner or late-night dinner) at Birraporetti's (downtown).

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Triniti Fund-Raiser Benefitting Houston Area Women's Center, Citizens for Animal Protection and Amschwand Sarcoma Cancer Foundation

Okay, so it's not a coupon, but Triniti is hosting a month-long fund-raiser in honor of their own one-year anniversary. Ten percent of proceeds between now and December 23 will be donated to three area nonprofits. It's a great excuse to check out Triniti's new autumn menu.

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