|Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020 kicked off this past weekend with over 220 participating restaurants offering brunch, lunch, and dinner prix fixe menus highlighting Houston’s diverse culinary scene.|
As the largest annual fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank, this year also provides diners the opportunity to support our local restaurant scene, which continues to battle the economic effects of the pandemic. For the first time, over 150 restaurants are providing their menus to-go, so why not pick-up from a few spots in your neighborhood!
Here is just a small selection of the places I hope to try before Houston Restaurant Weeks ends on September 7.
Brennan’s of Houston’s creole dinner options promise to transport you to New Orleans.
Caracol allows diners to choose between their house style, seafood, or vegetarian menus.
Eugene’s Gulf Coast Cuisine’s dinner menu features fresh gulf coast seafood with cajun influences.
Maison Pucha Bistro offers decadent add-ons, like oysters and foie gras, to their modern French brunch, lunch, and dinner menus.
Phat Eatery in Katy is perfect for sampling delicious Malaysian dishes, like roti and beef rendang.