houston restaurant week 2010

It’s that time of year again. Every August, Houston celebrates Restaurant Week, which inevitably has practically turned into Restaurant Month. Starting this Sunday, August 1, participating restaurants will offer a three-course dinner for only $35 per person and donate $5 from each dinner to the Houston Food Bank. This is a great way to dine at restaurants you’ve been meaning to try at what is often a fraction of the regular menu prices all the while contributing to a good cause. Something new that HRW is doing this year is also offering a two-course lunch for $20 and donating $3 of each lunch to the Food Bank. This will be only the third year I’m taking advantage of the HRW opportunities, but I’ve always enjoyed the experience. Last year, I went to Brenner’s Steakhouse, and the year before, Del Frisco’s. Not sure what I’ll try this year, but you can bet I’ll blog about it. To view participating restaurants, click here. HRW is only going on until August 21 so gather your friends and make reservations soon.

2 Responses to houston restaurant week 2010
  1. [...] are rumors that many of the participating restaurants have decided to extend their HRW menus until Labor... theblindcook.com/2010/08/20/didnt-get-to-try-everything-on-your-houston-restaurant-week-list
  2. [...] not choose to go to this restaurant. It was not on my original list of restaurants to try during HRW 201... theblindcook.com/2010/09/20/bad-start-to-houston-restaurant-week-2010

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