Lake Houston space eating places be part of Houston’s largest culinary fundraiser with special-price menus
Suburbs // Modest / KönigwaldRebecca Hennes,
July 21, 2021Updated July 21, 2021 11:34 am
Zammitti’s Italian Ristorante
The restaurants in Kingwood and Humble offer special-price menus as part of one of the largest culinary fundraisers in the area, Houston Restaurant Weeks.
After the pandemic dampened last year’s initiative, HRW has returned with over 200 restaurants serving two- or three-course brunch and lunch menus valued at $ 20 to $ 49, and dinner menus for $ 35 to $ 49 over a five-week period starting in August US dollars with three or four courses will be offered September 1-6.
Foodies can feel comfortable on their culinary adventures as a portion of the proceeds will go to the Houston Food Bank, which saw record demand for donations and volunteers during the pandemic. Restaurants donate $ 1 to $ 5 for each meal on the chalkboard.
BECOME A KINGWOOD INSIDER: Get essential local news from a source you can trust
Two restaurants in the Lake Houston area are open to attend this year’s event, including the Zammittis Italian Ristorante in Kingwood and the Saltgrass Steakhouse in Humble.
Zammittis offers a dinner menu for $ 35 per person and a lunch menu for $ 20 per person, with takeaway options also available. Dishes include crab cakes, chicken picata, and tiramisu. The restaurant is located at 1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 101, Kingwood.
Saltgrass offers $ 35 per person dinner with dishes such as Queso Fresco, Gulf Coast Steak, and Shrimp and Apple Pie. It is located on 20090 Highway 59, Humble.
With more than 200 restaurants throughout the greater Houston area, there are many more options to explore. Here are some of the other top menus to check out, according to Greg Morago, grocery editor for the Houston Chronicle.
Rebecca Hennes is a web producer for the Houston Chronicle and the Houston Community Newspapers.
Rebecca is a versatile producer and reporter for The Chronicle, responsible for content writing, home page management, story writing, and assistance with social media and newsletter efforts.
Houston native Rebecca graduated from the University of Houston Honors College with a bachelor’s degree in print journalism in 2016 and joined the Chronicle in 2018.
When she’s not writing about dogs or animal welfare, she covers everything Houston-related, including crime, entertainment, education, and politics. She can be reached by email at Rebecca.Hennes@chron.com or on Twitter: @beccaghennes