Dining Deals

Tuesday April 19, 2011 Deals of the Day

Hey Houston! Here's where you can save on food and drink today:

VOICE deal of the day at Houstonpress.com: 50 percent off at Auntie Chang's Dumpling House: ($10 for $20).

Steamed or fried, meaty or veggie, Auntie Chang's Dumpling House has a dumpling for you. Don't feel like dining in? This voucher is also good for delivery (within delivery area), but make sure you mention the coupon when you place the telephone order. Three vouchers may be purchased for this week's deal; one per couple, per visit. You can register to receive the VOICE daily deal here. Gift certificate valid through 10/19/11.

Groupon: Groupon has 50 percent off ($20 for $40) off classic Italian cuisine at Mia Bella Trattoria, the 2006 Lexington location only. Limit one per person; may purchase two as gifts. Dine-in only, reservation required; expires 10/21/11.

HoustonEntree.com: The following offers are good for food only; alcohol is excluded per TABC rules.

LivingSocial.com 50 percent off at Boulevard Bagels (Sugarland/West Houston) ($10 for $20). Limit 1 per person; entire coupon must be used in single visit. Vouchers expire 10/20/11.

Buy With Me 50 percent off at Gatti's Pizza ($10 for $20): Good at three Gatti's locations: 12155 Jones Rd., 415 Rayford Rd. (Spring), 16882 Stuebner Airline Dr. (Spring). Limit one voucher per person, unlimited gift vouchers permitted; take-out or delivery only ($2.25 delivery fee not included); food and non-alcoholic drink only. Voucher expires 10/14/11.

My Daily Deals 50 percent off ($10 for $25 for dinner or $8 for $17 for breakfast) at Little Napoli: Good at two locations (1001 Texas Ave. and 6445 Westheimer). Limit two per person, per option; may buy multiples as gifts. Dine-in only, no cash back.

SaveMore.com 50 percent off ($4 for $8) at Conscious Café, 2612 Scott St.: Dine-in only, one voucher per person per visit; does not include beverages or dessert.

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