Dining Deals

Tuesday July 26, 2011 Deals of the Day

Today's VOICE Daily Deal from the Houston Press will earn you half-off the rich, delicious flavors of Vietnamese food--get 50 percent off ($10 for $20) the distinctive, spicy Vietnamese flavors cooked up by Kim Chau. The menu features recipes inspired by the city of Huế. Today's VOICE Daily Deal is the perfect opportunity to get a taste of this exotic local (and Robb Walsh) favorite.

Limit one per person, per visit; voucher expires 11/26/11. Register to receive daily updates on the VOICE Daily Deal.

More tasty savings after the jump.


• 50 percent off ($10 for $20) at Sweet Lola Yogurt Bar. Limit one per person, additional as gifts. Expires 1/27/11. • 50 percent off ($10 for $20) at BurgerFresh (Tomball, Conroe and Montgomery). Dine-in or carry-out; expires 11/27/12.


• 50 percent off at Las Ventanas ($10 for $20 or $25 for $50), deal expires 10/30/11. • 50 percent off at Trattoria Il Mulino ($20 for $40), deal expires 11/30/11. • 33 percent off at Pradaria, deal expires 11/30/11. Dinner service only.


• 53 percent off ($35 for $75) at Mia Bella (downtown): 3-course dinner for two. Reservations required, dine-in only. Limit one per person, two additional as gifts. Offer valid 7/30/11-10/30/11. • 54 percent off ($45 for $97) at Farrago in Midtown: 3-course dinner for 2, with wine flights. Reservations required, dine-in only. Offer valid 7/27/11-10/26/11. • 55 percent off ($49 for $110) at Block 7: 3-course dinner for two. Valid 7/29/11-10/28/11; dine-in only; one voucher per table. • 53 percent off ($25 for $53) at Jamaica House: 4-course dinner for two. Valid 8/3/11-11/2/11. Dine-in only; not valid on holidays or holiday weekends.


• 50 percent off ($15 for $30) at Simone on Sunset. Limit one per person, one additional as gift; not valid Tuesday or Thursday; expires 11/28/11. • 50 percent off ($20 for $40 or $35 for $70) at The Union Kitchen (Bellaire). Limit one per person, two additional as gifts; limit one per table; expires 1/30/12.

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