We are kicking off the week with great savings with your Houston Press Voice Daily Deal! Today's deal is good for half-off ($37 for $80) a General Admission ticket to "Around the World in 80 Sips" at Minute Maid Park on July 12, 2013.
The general admission ticket includes wine tastings, catered food, and wines by the (souvenir) glass; you'll taste from a selection of more than 80 wines, and local craft beer will also be available. "Around the World in 80 Sips" is produced in partnership with Food & Vine Time productions, producers of Wine & Food Week Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival, among other great local events. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Snowdrop Foundation, which is dedicated to assisting patients and families at Texas Children's Cancer Center. Limited quantities are available, so act fast! 21 and older only, see deal for additional rules and restrictions.
Other ongoing deals through Houston Press Voice Daily Deal:
• Half-off ($10 for $20) at Last Concert Café. • Half-off ($10 for $20) at NAM: Noodles and More. Authentic Vietnamese and Southeast Asian flavors in a casual, quick-serve café atmosphere. • Half-off ($10 for $20) at Kim Son Café (The Woodlands).
• Save up to 55 percent off at Majorca Bistro and Tapas. Choose between a $35 tapas dinner for two ($74 value) or a $55 tapas dinner for four ($122 value). Limit one voucher per person, one additional as gift; limit one voucher per table. Vouchers expire 90 days after purchase; dine-in only. • Save up to 57 percent off on contemporary American food at The Union Kitchen (Bellaire or Memorial). Your choice of a $45 dinner for two on Friday or Saturday night ($81 value) or an $80 dinner for four on a Friday or Saturday night ($162 value). Voucher expires 8/28/13, limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table, valid only for option purchased, and reservations are required. • Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on modern American fare at Sparrow Bar + Cookshop. Limit one voucher per person, two additional as gifts; limit one voucher per table. Dine-in only, valid only for lunch from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. See deal for additional restrictions, voucher expires 11/6/13. • Save 50 percent ($20 for $40) at Narin's Bombay Brassierie. Offer is valid for dinner on Sunday-Thursday; vouchers expire 12/4/13. Limit one voucher per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table, dine-in only. • Save 50 percent on your choice of two deals at Simply Pho: $10 for $20 worth of food for two or $20 for $40 worth of food for four. Vouchers expire 180 days after purchase; limit one per person, one per table; dine-in only. Vouchers valid only for option purchased.
• Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on food and nonalcoholic drinks at Taps House of Beer. Delicious bar food for half-off, including Frito pie, hubcap nachos, pizzas, and more. Limit two vouchers per person, additional as gifts; limit one voucher per table, per visit. Dine-in only, vouchers expire 11/5/13.
• Enjoy a six-course menu for two by Maurizio Ferrarese at Quattro at the Four Seasons. The hand-selected tasting menu by Chef Ferrarese includes an amuse bouche, antipasto, soup, pasta, entrée, and dessert. Vouchers valid now through 7/31/13; reservations are required. See deal for additional requirements and restrictions. • Save 47 percent ($65 for $123) on dinner for two at *17, located in the historic Sam Houston Hotel. Dinner for two includes four courses from the seasonal menu, with a shared appetizer and dessert, two entrees, and two soups and salads. Vouchers valid now through 9/30/13. • Save 46 percent ($55 for $102) on award-winning Italian food for two at Arcodoro. Vouchers can be redeemed now through 8/30/13; your choice of voucher for dinner for two or four. Reservations are required, not valid on major holidays or weekends; limit one voucher per table. • Save 51 percent on a four-course Italian dinner for two or four at Papa Mio. Vouchers can be redeemed now through 8/23/13; limit one per table. Reservations are required, dine-in only; additional restrictions apply, see deal for details.
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