Enjoy big savings on prime cuts of steak with today's Voice Daily Deal. $69 gets you $208 worth of steak -- two 5-ounce Filet Mignons, two 5-ounce Top Sirloins, four 4-ounce boneless pork chops, six 4-ounce Omaha Steaks burgers, eight 3-ounce Gourmet Jumbo Franks, eight potatoes au gratin, and six 4-ounce Caramel Apple tarts. Stock your freezer and feed the family for months, or throw the most delicious July Fourth barbecue ever -- all goods are frozen, packed in dry ice and delivered straight to your door by Omaha Steaks.
Limited quantities are available, you can redeem on 5/23/12; expires 8/31/12, see deal for additional restrictions.
More great deals on delicious food around town, after the jump.
Living Social • Half-off a Brazilian steak dinner for two, four or six at Angus Grill Brazilian Steak House. Limit one per purchaser, additional as gifts; limit one per table per visit; not valid on holidays, excludes dessert.
Groupon • Half-off ($10 for $20) at Merida Mexican Restaurant. Limit one per person, three additional as gifts; limit one per table; dine-in only. • Save up to 57 percent off of Sunday brunch (for two, four or six) at Cork Soakers. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table, dine-in only. Voucher expires 11/28/12. • Save up to 58 percent off of combo meals for two or four at Soon to Be Famous Coffee Bar & Deli. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table. Dine-in or carry-out only, voucher expires 7/25/12.
Restaurant.com Receive $25 gift certificates for $6 with the coupon code RACE.
HoustonEntree.com • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Café Benedicte, deal expires 6/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Tintos, deal expires 7/30/12. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40) at Sorrel Urban Bistro. Deal expires 8/31/12. • 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.
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