Dining Deals

Tuesday February 28, 2012 Deals of the Day

Burger lovers, this week's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is for you. Today's deal is for half off ($7 for $15) burgers and more at Little Bitty Burger Barn. Favorite burgers on the LBBB menu include Jay's Juicy Lucy and Charlie's Five Alarm Fire, which recently made an appearance in the Food Network. Of course, if burgers aren't your thing there are still plenty of delicious dishes to enjoy, like LBBB's jumbo wings with house-made sauces (mild, hot, nitro, honey BBQ, Parmesan and more), salads, sandwiches, and black bean and veggie burgers.

No purchase limit, one voucher per person/per visit. Voucher expires 7/1/12. Register to receive daily updates on the VOICE Daily Deal.

More great deals on food around town, after the jump.

Groupon • 53 percent off Mexican fare (lunch or dinner) at Alicia's Mexican Grille. Limit one per person, two additional as gift; dine-in only. Voucher expires 6/6/12. • 53 percent off ($7 for $15) at Little Napoli (multiple locations) -- brunch, lunch, or dinner. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; one per table; valid for option purchased. Dine-in only, not valid on lunch or dinner specials.

HoustonEntree.com • 50 percent off at Las Ventanas ($15 for $30 or $25 for $50), deal expires 4/30/12. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40 or $50 for $100) at Expressions Fine Chocolate. Deal expires 6/30/12. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40) at Nardino Ristorante. Deal expires 5/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Café Pita+. Deal expires 5/31/12. • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Mezzanote Ristorante. Deal expires 5/31/12.

Restaurant.com $25 gift certificates for $2 with the checkout code MEMORIES.

Bloomspot Dinner at Sorrel Urban Bistro: Five-course dinner for one with private sommelier. Choose from two dates (March 7 or March 14, 2012). May purchase multiples, valid for option selected only.

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