Dining Deals

Tuesday January 31, 2012 Deals of the Day

Today's Houston Press Voice Daily Deal is good for 50 percent off ($35 for $70) dinner for two at Angus Grill Brazilian Steakhouse (Westheimer). "Southern Brazilian Cowboy" Airton Demoraes learned traditional butchering and cooking techniques on his family's ranch, and he brings that experience and authenticity to the grill at Angus Grill Brazilian Steakhouse. All-you-can-eat roasted meats are cooked over a charcoal pit and carved table-side; choose from a selection of nine different meats, including Angus beef, chicken, pork, and lamb. Delicious sides include fried banana, Brazilian-style black beans, and carreteiro rice. Dinner service includes full rodizio of meats, antipasto and salad bar, and fresh fruit desserts. Enjoy live music Tuesday through Sunday evenings.

May purchase up to nine vouchers, one voucher per couple, per visit. Voucher expires 7/31/12; excludes Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day. Register to receive daily updates on the VOICE Daily Deal.

More great deals after the jump.

Groupon • 50 percent off ($5 for $10) sandwiches, spuds, and salads at McAlister's Deli (multiple locations). Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table. Valid only for location option purchased. Voucher expires 5/9/12.

Living Social • 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Crave Sushi. Limit one per person, additional as gifts; dine-in only. Voucher expires 6/12/12.

Bloomspot • $18 for one dozen cupcakes ($33 value) or $30 for two dozen macarons ($48 value) from Sweet. Limit one of each offer per person, one as gift; expires 5/4/12.

HoustonEntree.com • 50 percent off at Las Ventanas ($15 for $30 or $25 for $50), deal expires 4/30/12. • 50 percent off at Café Pita + ($15 for $30), deal expires 5/31/12. One voucher per table, per visit.

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