It's an exciting morning, when you open your email to find that the VOICE Daily Deal is HALF OFF at the best barbeque in town. Today's VOICE Daily Deal is good for Gatlin's Barbecue, the Houston Press's pick for Best BBQ Restaurant in 2010.
• VOICE Daily Deal at Houstonpress.com: 50 percent off at Gatlin's Barbecue: ($8 for $16) You can stuff yourselves silly on tender ribs, yummy pulled pork and low-and-slow smoked brisket at Gatlin's on West 19th St. Gift certificate valid through 11/30/11; limit two per person (unlimited as gifts); one per person, per visit. Register to receive daily updates on the VOICE deal of the day.
• 50-53 percent off ($7 for $15 for lunch, $20 for $40 on dinner) at Sjr Fusion Bistro (Sugarland/West Houston): Limit two per person, up to fpour additional as gifts; one per table, per visit; dine-in only. Expires 12/1/11.
The following HoustonEntree.com offers are good for food only; alcohol is excluded per TABC rules. Additional conditions apply, read the offer terms before purchasing.
• 50 percent off at LA Crawfish ($10 for $20), deal expires 9/30/11. • 50 percent off at Café Pita ($15 for $30), deal expires 8/31/11. • 50 percent off at Hudson Lounge ($15 for $30), deal expires 6/30/11. • 50 percent off at Laurenzo's ($20 for $40), deal expires 8/31/11. • 50 percent off at Tommy's Oyster Bar ($10 for $20 or $20 for $40), deal expires 8/31/11. • 50 percent off at Decco Café ($20 for $40), deal expires 9/30/11.
A reader alerted us to this deal in the comments last week, and it's still available. A full 62 percent off tapas and dessert at Julia's in Midtown. This coupon also entitles you to 30 percent off a bottle of wine. Unlimited number of vouchers may be purchased, but only one per table per visit. Reservations required, coupon good starting June 1, 2011 and expires August 31, 2011.
• 50 percent off at Bikini Wing Bar ($25 for $50): Up to five per person. Expires 12/31/2011.
Use the promo code "FLAG" to receive 80 percent off Restaurant.com gift certificates--today is the last day for this promotion.
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