Indulge your sweet tooth with today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal, good for half-off ($5 for $10) of the decadent fro-yo desserts at Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt (Memorial City). The frozen yogurt at Orange Leaf combine superior taste and texture, while also delivering the amazing flavors you remember from childhood trips to the local dessert shop -- and that's all before you get to the toppings bar.
This voucher cannot be redeemed until the day after the deal closes, but it's good through 7/31/13, so feel free to tuck it away for the dog days of summer. Limited quantities are available so don't dawdle!
More mealin' and dealin' around Houston, after the jump.
• Your choice of three deals (up to 58 percent off) on a six-course dinner for two, four, or six at Charivari Restaurant. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table, valid only for option purchased. Reservations required; dine-in only; expires 6/5/13. Not valid on Valentine's Day. http://www.voiceplaces.com/charivari-restaurant-houston-2357007-l/ • Half-off ($20 for $40 or $35 for $70) modern Asian cuisine at Gigi's Asian Bistro and Dumpling Bar (Galleria). Limit two per person, one per table; dine-in only, not valid for all-you-can-eat dim sum. Voucher expires 120 days after purchase.
Top-rated restaurant Strata is offering half-off ($20 for $40) anything from the dinner, lunch, or brunch menus--including small plates. Vouchers can be redeemed between now and 3/27/13. Reservations required, limit two vouchers per person, two additional as gifts; limit one voucher per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends, including Valentine's Day.
Your choice of two deals at The Fish (Midtown): $20 for $40 of food (limit one per person, two as gifts), or $40 for $80 for parties of four or more (limit one per person, one as gift). Voucher valid through 5/18/13, not valid 2/14-1/17; limit one per table, dine-in only.
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