Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is good for half-off of Lebanese food-with-a-twist ($12 for $24) at Skewers Mediterranean Grill & Café. Enjoy fresh, healthy flavors at Skewers, which also references Greek and Mediterranean cuisines; there is something for everyone on the menu -- vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Skewers is more than just a great meal. Round out your evening and enjoy the well-stocked hookah bar, Ksara wine, Turkish coffee and Almaza beer; live entertainment and belly dancing every Friday and Saturday night make this the perfect date-night destination.
The deal details: Unlimited vouchers may be purchased, one per couple per visit; dine-in only. The voucher expires 2/28/13; it is not good for happy hour pricing and does not include alcohol.
If Mediterranean doesn't float your boat, Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is also offering half-off ($10 for $20) at 100% Taquito, good for carryout or dine-in, beginning 9/5/12. See deal for additional details, and keep reading for more great meals and deals around Houston.
Groupon • Save 50 percent off ($10 for $20) at The Firkin & Phoenix Pub. Voucher expires 90 days after purchase; limit one per person, one additional as gifts. One voucher per table; dine-in only. • Save 50 percent ($20 for $40) at Cavatore Italian Restaurant. Voucher expires 2/27/13; limit one per person, two additional as gifts. Limit one per table, one per visit; dine-in only.
Travelzoo • Save 49 percent ($39 for $76) on an all-you-can-eat dinner for two at Nelore Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse. Vouchers can be redeemed now through 11/30/12; reservations are required; limit one voucher per table, dine-in only. See deal for additional restrictions. • Save 55 percent ($49 for $108) on sushi dinner for two with wine at Soma Sushi. Dinner includes an appetizer, sushi roll or main dish, and a drink for each diner. Vouchers can be redeemed now through 11/30/12; reservations are required, dine-in only, two vouchers per table.
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