Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal comes along just in time for Cinco de Mayo. Enjoy half-off ($10 for $20) of delicious Mexican fare at Coronita Grill Buffet, at either one of their locations -- Westheimer or Southwest Freeway. The Texas-size buffet features a menu that changes daily, and a super-fresh salad bar. Experienced professional chefs prepare classic dishes and seasonal specialties: beef and chicken fajitas, pollo loco, and fried and barbecue shrimp, to name just a few.
One voucher per person, one additional as a gift; one voucher per couple, per visit; dine-in only. Voucher is valid for lunch or dinner; expires 9/1/12.
Let's check out more money-saving deals around Houston after the jump.
Groupon • Up to 56 percent off two different brunch options at It's Just Good (MacGregor). Limit one per person, one additional as gift; limit one per table. Valid only for option purchased, dine-in only. Voucher expires 11/7/12. • Up to 50 percent off your choice of three deals at Yorktown Deli (Galleria/Uptown). Limit one per person, one additional as gift. Limit one per table; valid for option purchased only; dine-in only. Voucher expires 10/31/12.
HoustonEntree.com • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Café Benedicte, deal expires 6/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Majorca, deal expires 6/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Piqueo, deal expires 6/30/12. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Tintos. Deal expires 7/30/12. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Union Kitchen (Memorial or Bellaire). Deal expires 7/30/12. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Nardino's. Deal expires 5/31/12.
Bloomspot • VIP meal prepared, served and explained by Executive Chef Nemoto at Zushi Japanese Cuisine. A Bloomspot-exclusive shared dinner of 18 two-piece nigiri and tea; may purchase multiples, one certificate per visit. See deal for additional restrictions and requirements.
Restaurant.com $25 gift certificates for $4 or $10 gift certificates for $1.60 with the discount code FAMILY.
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