Last Chance for Half-off Houston Press BrewFest Tickets, Plus Deals on Sushi, Italian Takeout and More!

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Get 'em while you can! Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal, is our "last call" for half-off general admission and VIP tickets to the Houston Press BrewFest on May 18, 2013. Houston Press BrewFest will feature almost 30 participating breweries -- like Lone Point, Big Sky, Karbach, Saint Arnold's, Southern Star -- and tons of great food from some food truck favorites like Pi Pizza, Stick It!, and Speers Rolling Bistro. You can grab general admission tickets for just $20 (a $45 value), or VIP passes for $39 ($70 value) with this very limited time offer.

Busy on May 18? Our MytiBurger deal is still on the table, too!


Save up to 52 percent on Hibachi dinner for two or four at Koby Japanese Steakhouse (Katy). Choose from a 24 hibachi dinner for two ($50 value) or a $48 hibachi dinner for four ($100 value); voucher expires 90 days after purchase, limit one per person, two additional as gifts. Limit one voucher per table, dine-in only; see deal for additional restrictions. • Save up to 58 percent off lunch, takeout, delivery, or late-night dinner at Birraporetti's (Downtown location). Choose from $10 for $20 on lunch, takeout, or delivery, or $20 for $40 on late-night dinner (8 p.m.-midnight).


Save 44 percent ($69 for $124) at Sorrel Urban Bistro. A four-course dinner includes starters to share, two soups or salads, two entrees, and dessert. Vouchers can be redeemed now through July 31, 2013; reservations are required, dine-in only. Limit one voucher per table. • Save 50 percent ($19 for $38) on an unlimited brunch for two at Birraporetti's (Friendswood location). Vouchers valid Sunday, May 5 through September 1, 2013. Brunch is served Sundays only, from 10:30 a.m. through 2 p.m. Vouchers valid for two or four diners only, not valid on Mother's Day.

Living Social

Save 50 percent ($15 for $30) at Fernando's Steakhouse (Sugar Land). Limit two per person, additional as gifts; limit one per table, per visit; excludes holidays. Voucher expires August 14, 2013. • Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) on California pizza at Straw Hat Pizza in Katy. Limit one per table, per visit; dine-in only. • Enjoy half-off ($5 for $10) on a weekday or weekend Indian lunch buffet at Bombay Tadka. Limit one per customer, additional as gifts; limit one per customer, per visit. Voucher expires September 9, 2013.


Half off at Lucille's: $10 for $20 on lunch, or $20 for $40 on dinner. • Half off at Pesca: $10 for $20 on lunch, or $20 for $40.

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