Houston Restaurant Weeks 2021

Posted by: Rybecca
Category: Houston Activities

You may be staying in Houston for the Texas Medical Center, but Houston Restaurant Weeks is happening now until September 6th! What is Houston Restaurant Weeks? It is the largest annual fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank, America’s largest food bank that feeds over 800,000 people per year. Feel good by helping support the Houston Food Bank all while trying the delicious food Houston restaurants have to offer! There are several  restaurants to choose from, but the prices remain the same across the board. Brunch and lunch are $20 while dinner is priced at $35 or $45 depending on the restaurant. More than 250 restaurants across Harris, Galveston and Montgomery counties are expected to participate in this year’s event benefiting the Houston Food Bank and here are just a few of our favorites.

friends enjoying food at a restaurant

The Melting Pot

The Melting Pot is Houston’s premier fondue restaurant and has a fantastic menu for Houston’s Restaurant Weeks. Their four course menu consists of vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options so everyone in your party can enjoy their meal without having to worry about dietary constrictions. Enjoy a 3 oz. glass of wine with each of your courses for an additional $10. When making your reservations please let the restaurant know that you’d like the HRW menu.

The Tasting Room Wine Cafe- Town & Country.

Enjoy a Houston Restaurant Weeks lunch or dinner option at The Tasting Room Wine Cafe- Town & Country, know for their Tapas/Small Plates of Latin/Spanish/Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy a two course meal for lunch or three course meal for dinner, both having gluten free and vegetarian options available. For lunch, enjoy your choice from a variety of soups and salads before you chow down on your choice of sandwich or burger. For dinner, enjoy your choices from salads to seafood to cheesecake for dessert! Both lunch and dinner options provide curbside service for those who do not wish to dine inside.

Vino and Vinyl- Sugar Land

Want to help support the Houston Food Bank but don’t feel comfortable going into a restaurant? Look no further than the to-go option at Vino and Vinyl. To-go is $35/per person and is the same as the dine in option which comes with three courses of an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Choose from delicious appetizers such as pork belly or empanadas before digging into entrees such as pasta or short ribs. Finish off your meal with a decadent desert option including cheesecake and sorbet. When making reservations on Open Table or placing your order to-go, please let them know that you’d like the Houston Restaurant Weeks menu.

Oceanaire Seafood Room

Enjoy one of Houston’s hottest restaurants without the huge price tag during Houston Restaurant Weeks menu at Oceanaire Seafood Room. For only $49/per person, enjoy a three course dinner of some of Houston’s best seafood including shrimp and grits and chicken fried lobster. The lunch option is also available for Restaurant Weeks at $20/per person and includes a two course meal of an appetizer and entrée. Walk-ins are welcome, just let the hostess know you would like the Houston Restaurant Weeks menu before being seated.

Warehouse 72

You’ve found your new brunch spot once you’ve tried Warehouse 72! Enjoy brunch the Houston Restaurant Weeks way and chow down on your choice of an appetizer and entrée ranging from deviled eggs to chicken and waffles. Vegetarian options are also available so there’s something for everyone in your brunch bunch. When making your reservations please let the restaurant know that you’d like the Houston Restaurant Weeks menu.

server delivering food

Just $1 spent on every meal during Houston Restaurant Weeks can provide 3 meals to those in need. Want to see the full list of options during this great event? Click here to see the complete list of restaurants and the special menus provided. Remember, this is a great opportunity to help an event, AND do it from the comfort of your Premier Patient Housing apartment. Plan on being in the Texas Medical Center between now and September 6th? Make sure to stay with us while this event is going on.







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