Here are the Bay Area businesses participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2019

Houston Restaurant Weeks, which raises money for the Houston Food Bank, is back Aug. 1-Sept. 2. Nearly 140 restaurants are already signed up to participate, and more will join in the coming weeks.

Participating restaurants will serve specially priced, multicourse prix fixe menus that include brunch, lunch and dinner. Out of each brunch or lunch, $3 from every $20 will generate nine meals at the food bank, while $5 and $7 from every $35 and $45 dinner will generate 15 and 21 meals, respectively.

Here is a list of the Bay Area restaurants participating this year.



Grazia Italian Kitchen
Offering: lunch, dinner
1001 Pineloch Drive, Ste. 1100, Houston
281-486-2083
www.graziaitalian.com

Rouxpour
Offering: dinner
Baybrook Mall, 700 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood
281-480-4052
www.therouxpour.com

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille
Offering: dinner
Baybrook Mall, 700 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood
281-286-8800
www.perryssteakhouse.com

Avenida Brazil
Offering: brunch, dinner
201 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster
281-557-9999
www.avebrazil.com

El Tiempo
Offering: dinner
20237 Gulf Freeway, Webster
713-802-1580
www.eltiempocantina.com

Merlion on 4th
Offering: dinner
1205 Main St., Seabrook
281-385-9975
www.merlionrestaurant.com

This will be Houston Restaurant Weeks' 16th annual event. It is the largest fundraiser of its kind in the U.S.

For more information about Houston Restaurant Weeks, visit www.houstonrestaurantweeks.com.
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