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IT’S BACK! Houston Restaurant Weeks kicks off on, August 1st, lasting until September 3rd. Established in 2003, HRW is a fun-filled dining event benefiting the Houston Food Bank. Held simultaneously in restaurants in the greater Houston area, Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest single annual fundraiser for America’s largest food bank. Don’t miss the opportunity to try some of Houston’s best restaurants at a reduced price, and give back to a great cause! Check out the list of participating restaurants to choose where you want to eat; restaurants will offer dinner ($45 or $35), brunch ($25) and lunch ($20).

The complete list of restaurants is here: houstonrestaurantweeks.com

Curious to know which ones we have our eye on? Here are a few locations we plan on updating you on via Instagram.

 

Xochi
We wrote about Xochi in our Cinco de Mayo blog. If you can’t tell we are interested, please let us clarify: we are so excited for this restaurant week menu! The latest of Chef Hugo Ortega’s concepts, this restaurant draws a crowd for the mole and its unrivaled menu of Oaxaca-inspired food and drink. Honestly, it’s hard to choose one thing to write about from this comprehensive menu so we’ll have to recommend you try everything. J

See their HRW menu here.

 

rise n°2
A chic, French café that serves soufflés, sandwiches and other classics, we plan to enjoy the savory and the sweet of this locale. Our Heritage Marketing Team has their eyes on the truffle infused mushroom soufflé and we run anytime someone whispers the word gruyere, so… we are understandably sold.

See their HRW menu here.

 

Brennan’s of Houston
The name Brennan’s in Houston is synonymous with “classic.” A consistent participant of Houston Restaurant Weeks, Brennan’s is an absolutely necessary item on our August agenda. Lauded as the Crown Jewel of Texas Creole Cuisine and Southern Hospitality, the prize in our eyes this year is the 16 oz. sugarcane smoke beef rib. We can’t wait!

See their HRW menu here.


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