Dining Deals

Today's Deals


How does a three-course meal, cooked for you in your home, from Cooking For You! sound? Get 53 percent off ($175 for $375) a three-course meal, cooked by a professional chef, in your own home with today's Groupon deal.

Limit two coupons per person (you may purchase two additional coupons as gifts) and the coupon expires in one year; not valid on holidays; one week advance notice required, one week cancellation notice required or fees may apply; $10 fuel surcharge for homes more than 30 miles outside of Spring.

Also available at Groupon today: 53 percent off ($7 for $15) at Double Dave's Pizza Works. Specialty pizza, Stromboli, and more are available at Double Dave's; this coupon is good at five Double Dave's locations: all three in The Woodlands, plus Montgomery and Spring locations. Limit two per person, one per visit, one per table; dine-in and carry-out only; expires 10/14/11.


The following offers are good for food only; as always, alcohol is excluded per TABC rules.

50 percent off at Julia's Bistro ($20 for $40, or $40 for $80 on Prix Fixe Spring Chef tasting menu), deal expires 7/31/11. 50 percent off at Crave Sushi ($10 for $20 or $15 for $30), deal expires 7/31/11. 50 percent off at Las Venatas ($10 for $20 or $25 for $50), deal expires 7/31/11. 50 percent at Expressions Fine Chocolate ($15 for $30, $25 for $50), deal expires 6/30/11.

Get Grouby Houston

50 percent off the "Gourmet Comfort Food" ($7 for $14) at Mop's Grill on Buffalo Speedway. Limit one voucher per customer; expires 7/11/11.

Living Social

Just in time for summer temperatures, this coupon from Living Social is good for 50 percent off at MaggieMoo's in Sugarland. $10 gets you $20 to spend on ice cream and other sweets at MaggieMoo's. One per person, cake orders must call with 48 hours notice. Promotion expires 7/13/11.

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