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Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is good for half-off exclusive VIP passes to the second annual Haute Wheels Food Truck Festival, May 12-13 at the Houston Community College West Loop Campus. A limited number of half-price passes ($35 for $70) are available, so act fast. Your VIP pass entitles you to early entry (11:30 a.m.), four vouchers for premium wine and craft beer at H-E-B's Café on the Run, a gift bag of H-E-B food samples, Peroni beer sunglasses and more; there will also be some seating available in the VIP tent, and access to private restrooms. Limited quantities are available, and some restrictions apply.

You may purchase unlimited vouchers; one voucher per person, per visit; no refunds. Voucher expires 5/13/12, and you must be over 21 years of age with a valid ID for a VIP ticket.

Find more great deals around Houston after the jump.

Groupon • 53 percent off ($7 for $15; or $20 if redeemed at lunch Monday-Thursday in Sugar Land) at Bombay Pizza Company (two locations). Limit three per person; limit one per table, one per visit. See deal for additional restrictions. Voucher expires 10/31/12. • 50 percent off ($12 for $24) Dimassi's Mediterranean Buffet (multiple locations). Limit three per person, one per table; valid for option purchased only; dine-in only. Voucher expires 8/29/12. • 50 percent off ($7 for $14) at Lenny's Sub Shop (multiple locations). Limit two per person, one per visit; not valid for delivery or drive-through; valid only for location purchased. Voucher expires 8/29/12.

HoustonEntree.com50 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.

Bloomspot50 percent off at Jamaica House in the Galleria. $25 for a four-course dinner for two ($50 value) or $15 for $30; deal expires 10/30/12.

Living Social50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Beach Babe Sports Bar & Grill. Limit two per customer, one per table per visit; dine-in only. Voucher expires 8/29/12.


$25 gift certificates for $10 in honor of National Dine-Out week (April 23-29). Each purchase includes a donation to the American Red Cross by Restaurant.com.

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