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Houston Restaurant Weeks

Grab a meal near the Texas Medical Center


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By Christine Hall | August 01, 2017

Houston Restaurant Weeks, which runs Aug. 1 through Sept. 4, is an annual five-week fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank. Hundreds of participating restaurants in the area offer specially priced meals, from $22 brunches to $45 three- or four-course dinners, and donate a portion of the proceeds directly to the Houston Food Bank.

The map on this page shows some participating restaurants close to the Texas Medical Center. For more information and a complete list of restaurants, visit houstonrestaurantweeks.com.

1 Antica Osteria

2311 Bissonnet St.

2 Benjy’s

2424 Dunstan Rd.

3 Bistro Menil

1513 W. Alabama St.

4 Cafe Azur

4315 Montrose Blvd.

5 Canopy

3939 Montrose Blvd.

6 Coppa Osteria

5210 Morningside Dr.

7 D’Amico’s Italian Market Cafe

5510 Morningside Dr.

8 Danton’s Gulf Coast Seafood Kitchen

4611 Montrose Blvd.

9 El Meson Restaurant

2425 University Blvd.

10 Goode Company Armadillo Palace

5015 Kirby Dr.

11 Grace’s

3111 Kirby Dr.

12 Hungry’s

2356 Rice Blvd.

13 The Lexington Grille

2005 Lexington St.

14 Lucille’s

5512 La Branch St.

15 Monarch Bistro at Hotel ZaZa

5701 Main St.

16 Pax Americana

4319 Montrose Blvd.

17 Prego

2520 Amherst St.

18 Punk’s Simple Southern Food

5212 Morningside Dr.

19 Ruggles Black

3963 Kirby Dr.

20 Sud Italia

2347 University Blvd.

21 Sushi King

3401 Kirby Dr.

22 Third Coast

John P. McGovern Commons
6550 Bertner Ave., 6th Floor

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