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Here’s a look at this week’s hottest culinary events:
Monday 5th July
Pro-Choice Summer 2021 Happy Hour Series at Poison Girl
The women-led organization I’ll Have What She’s Using, which unites chefs, hotel professionals and doctors to raise health awareness and improve access to health care, has responded to the passage of the new abortion law “Heartbeat” that abortions already exist six will ban weeks with the Pro-Choice summer program 2021. The Happy Hour series takes place every Monday in July and August, hosted by a different bar or restaurant and presents a new bar star or chef every week and supports organizations such as Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, Clinic Access Support Network, the Lilith Fund, and more. First up, bar owner Dawn Callaway welcomes chef Monica Pope of Sparrow Cookshop (and co-founder of IHWSH) to serve barbeques and beverage workers from 5pm to 8pm at Poison Girl, 1641 Westheimer.
Tuesday July 6th
National Roast Chicken Day
At Frank’s Americana Revival, 3736 Westheimer, guests can enjoy buttermilk-fried chicken with a glass of Stagaard Gruner Veltliner Handwerk 2018 for 43 US dollars.
La Lucha, 1801 North Shepherd, is selling their Honey Butter Fried Chicken Biscuit (usually a brunch-only item) for $ 12.95.
Loch Bar, 4444 Westheimer, sells its Eastern Shore Fried Chicken for $ 23 for half or $ 45 for a whole (served with fries or garlic mush), and guests can get it for an additional $ 5 Combine with any local beer.
Relish Restaurant & Bar, 2810 Westheimer, has its incredible roast chicken all day (it’s usually only available during dinner) and has a two-piece plate of hot honey and a choice of cotija corn or potato salad for $ 18 for dinner or to go.
Wednesday July 7th
Houston Chef Series at The Oceanaire Seafood Room
Landry’s Signature Group invites guests to their annual Houston Chef Series, a celebration with the restaurant group’s award-winning chef on select Wednesday evenings through August 7th. LSG restaurants offer private and exclusive culinary experiences on this year’s theme “A Global”. Culinary Adventure ”with this week’s dinner with a Chinese-inspired meal by chef Kristopher Perez in The Oceanaire Seafood Room, 5061 Westheimer. The cost is $ 99.
Sunday July 11th
Fido Photo Contest Brunch at Ember & Greens
Ember & Greens, 9403B Katy Freeway, wraps up its Fido photo contest (where you can win prizes if you send in the funniest, cutest, or a combination of both dog photos) with a doggy-friendly Sunday brunch, which runs from 1:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. July 11th, 4pm to enter the photo contest, take a picture of your dog and follow and tag Lola & Baxter and Ember & Greens on Instagram or Facebook or post a picture on your story page or feed and tag @emrandgreens and @ lolaandbaxter and use the hashtag #AllAmericanPetPhotoDay until Friday, July 9th, noon. The brunch offers special prices for food, doggie-themed libations and, as dogs are welcome on the terrace, Lola and Baxter snacks. The full Sunday brunch menu will be available.
All month (July)
Limited time pint special at Phat Eatery
Homemade ice cream is back at Malaysian street food favorite Phat Eatery, 23119 Colonial Parkway, and fans can take advantage of a limited-time special until July 31: three pints for the price of two. Choose from flavors like ube (purple yam with a subtle nut-vanilla flavor), pandan coconut with curry sprinkles, and creamy durian. Promotion applies to takeaway, takeaway and delivery items.
Four courses, four set menus at Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille
invites guests to celebrate the legacy it has created over the past four decades by offering its fan-favorite Four Courses, Four Choices, for $ 44. The dining experience also includes a $ 25 wine tasting tour.
Enchiladas of the month at Sylvias Enchilada Kitchen
Starting July 1st, Sylvias Enchilada Kitchen, 6401 Woodway, 1140 Eldridge Parkway, will embark on a six-month adventure known as Enchilada of the Month. Every month, head chef and owner Sylvia Casares creates new enchilada creations, starting with the star-studded Enchilada Potosinas in July. The dish consists of potatoes, onions, carrots and queso fresco rolled in a guajillo spiced tortilla and served with Mexican cream and shredded salad, served with rice and beans or a Caesar salad for $ 14.95 per person, plus taxes and tips.
Tuesday taco special at Tacodeli
Tacodeli, 1902 Washington, is offering a time-limited Barbacoa Taco ($ 4.25) available Tuesday July 6 through Sunday August 1 and is available all day for breakfast and lunch at all locations.
New and ongoing specials
The generous spout in the Capital Grille
From July 5th through September 6th, The Capital Grille is hosting its annual Summer Wine Event, where diners can enjoy as many wines as they want from a collection of seven distinctive Jackson Family Wines labels for dinner. For guests who prefer to have a tasting in their own dining room, the restaurant also offers The Generous Pour @Home, where guests can order two, three, or all seven of the featured bottles of wine and a free wine opener as a gift with their takeaway dinner.
Social hour at Kanau Sushi
Kanau Sushi, 2850 Fannin, has launched its “Social Hour” service from the talented chef Mike Lim, which offers many of the popular menu items at happy hour prices every day from 4pm to 6.30pm. And from Sunday, June 13th, a Sunday The Funday menu offers discounted food and drinks every Sunday from 2:00 p.m.
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Brooke Viggiano is a contributing writer always eager to share Houston’s coolest, delicious events with Houston Press readers.