Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is good for more than half-off (53 percent) a ticket to the Fourth Annual Galveston Island Food & Wine Festival on April 20. In addition to sampling delicious wine and food, you can enjoy live music and shop artisan vendors at Saengerfest Park in Galveston. Among the 25 participating wineries are Alexander Valley, Donati, Biltmore and Willamette Valley.
Your ticket includes a commemorative wine glass, a festival program, and an official event T-shirt and poster. There are limited quantities, so act fast! Vouchers are nonrefundable after purchase, and should be brought to the door on the day of the event.
Groupon • Save 57 percent on contemporary fare at Union Kitchen (Bellaire or Memorial). You can choose from a three-course dinner for two or four on the weekend or during the week. Vouchers expire 8/28/13, limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table, valid only for option purchased. Reservations are required.
Travelzoo • Save 57 percent ($39 for $76) on an unlimited Brazilian steakhouse dinner for two at Nelore Churrascaria. Vouchers valid now through July 29, 2013; limit one voucher per table, reservations are required. See deal for additional rules and restrictions, including blackout dates.
Living Social • Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) at Pesto Italian Bistro (Stafford). Voucher expires 7/5/13, one per customer, 3 additional as gifts; one voucher per customer, per visit; dine-in only. • Save 50 percent ($10 for $20) at Simply Pho. Limit one per customer, two additional as gifts; limit one voucher per table, per visit. Valid for dine-in and takeout only.
Bloomspot Enjoy a nine-course tasting menu for two at Kata Robata for $169 (regularly $250). This voucher is valid through 7/8/13, and may be used Sunday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and seatings before 6 p.m. on Friday or Saturday. Limit one per person, one additional as gift; dine-in only; not valid on holidays. See deal for additional restrictions.
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