MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – Foodies in Montgomery County can indulge themselves in August when the Houston Restaurant Weeks are in full swing.
The event starts on Sunday and runs until Labor Day, which is September 6th this year.
Of the more than 200 greater Houston restaurants participating in the event, 17 are in Montgomery County. Steakhouses are well represented among the local HRW restaurants, but there are plenty of options ranging from Tex-Mex to seafood, Thai, Latin American, and Italian cuisine.
As part of the Houston Restaurant Weeks, the restaurants offer fixed-price menus for a variety of meals. Lunch and brunch are $ 20 per person, while dinner is either $ 35 or $ 49, depending on the restaurant’s menu. Many restaurants also offer take-away options, and some have special menus for take-away orders. Be sure to call the restaurant and ask beforehand if you order to take away.
Houston Restaurant Weeks also serves a good cause as the restaurants donate money to the Houston Food Bank and its partner sales organizations, which include the Montgomery County Food Bank, for every HRW meal sold.
“Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest annual fundraiser for America’s largest food bank, the Houston Food Bank,” said Tyler Odom, spokesman for the Montgomery County Food Bank. “As one of the Houston Food Bank’s partner sales organizations, the Montgomery County Food Bank benefits from the fundraiser through food and fund donations from the Houston Food Bank and receives the proceeds from participating restaurants in Montgomery County.”
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Listed below are the participating Montgomery County restaurants along with the meals they offer Houston Restaurant Weeks menu. Links to their fixed price menus are provided.
For those looking to venture around Houston to check out many of the other participating restaurants, visit the Houston Restaurant Weeks website for a full list of the menus.
Patch has partnered with Feeding America to raise awareness about millions of Americans who are starving. Feeding America, which supports 200 food banks across the country, estimates that approximately 42 million Americans will not have enough nutritious foods to eat in 2021 due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. This is a social project from Patch; Feeding America receives 100 percent of donations. Find out how to donate in your community or find a pantry near you.