How to support Houston Restaurant Weeks in Bellaire-Meyerland-West University Place

Cyclone Anaya's
Cyclone Anaya's locations citywide, including its Rice Village location, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks. (Courtesy Cyclone Anaya's)

Cyclone Anaya's locations citywide, including its Rice Village location, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks. (Courtesy Cyclone Anaya's)

With Houston Restaurant Weeks well underway, over 230 local restaurants are participating and offering specials through Labor Day.

Prix-fixe menus range from $20 for lunch and brunch to $35-$45 for dinner, with $1 of each meal being donated to the Houston Food Bank.

Here are eight participating locations in the Bellaire-Meyerland-West University Place area.

Café Rabelais

2442 Times Blvd., Houston


713-520-8841

Coppa Osteria

5210 Morningside Drive, Houston

713-522-3535

Cyclone Anaya’s (Rice Village)

5214 Morningside Drive, Houston

713-523-3600

El Meson Restaurant

2425 University Blvd., Houston

713-522-9306

Island Grill (Rice Village)

2365 Rice Blvd., Houston

713-527-8070

Island Grill (Bellaire)

4024 Bellaire Blvd., Houston

713-665-5388

Prego

2520 Amherst St., Houston

713-529-2420

Saltgrass Steak House (Meyerland)

520 Meyerland Plaza, Houston

713-665-2226
By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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