See which Heights, River Oaks and Montrose-area restaurants are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks, Aug. 1-Sept. 6

The annual fundraiser helps increase revenue for local restaurants while raising contributions for the Houston Food Bank. (Courtesy Pexels)
The annual fundraiser helps increase revenue for local restaurants while raising contributions for the Houston Food Bank. (Courtesy Pexels)

The annual fundraiser helps increase revenue for local restaurants while raising contributions for the Houston Food Bank. (Courtesy Pexels)

Annual fundraiser Houston Restaurant Weeks is back this year from Aug. 1 through Sept. 6, with over 200 restaurants included in its lineup, announced July 15.

Founded in 2003, Houston Restaurant Weeks raises contributions for the Houston Food Bank, as participating restaurants make donations based on the number of meals they sell from a specially-priced HRW menu. Many places will offer to-go and delivery options.

Below is a list of participating HRW restaurants from the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose areas.

Heights


Alice Blue

250 W. 19th St., Houston

713-864-2050


www.alicebluehouston.com

Common Bond Bistro & Bakery

449 W. 19th St., Ste. B-100, Houston

713-357-9397

www.commonbondcafe.com

Fegen’s

1050 Studewood St., Houston

713-993-6427

www.fegens.com

Harold’s Restaurant, Bar & Rooftop Terrace

350 W. 19th St., Ste. C, Houston

713-360-6204

www.haroldsheights.com

Kin Dee Thai Cuisine

1533 N. Shepherd Drive, Ste. 160, Houston

281-826-2655

www.kindeethaicuisine.com

Maison Pucha Bistro

1001 Studewood St., Ste. A, Houston

713-637-4976

www.maisonpucha.com

Mastrantos

927 Studewood St., Ste. 100, Houston

346-227-8458

www.mastrantosintheheights.com

Rainbow Lodge

2011 Ella Blvd., Houston

713-861-8666

www.rainbow-lodge.com

Washington Corridor


B.B. Lemon

1809 Washington Ave., Houston

713-554-1809

www.bblemon.com

B&B Butchers and Restaurants

1814 Washington Ave., Houston, Texas

713-862-1814

www.bbbutchers.com

Brenner’s on the Bayou

1 Birdsall St., Houston

713-868-4444

www.brennerssteakhouse.com

Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.

2101 Summer St., Houston

713-714-3335

www.buffbrew.com

Cadillac Bar

1802 Shepherd Drive, Houston

713-862-2020

www.cadillacbar.com

Cyclone Anaya’s Tex-Mex Kitchen

1710 Durham Drive, Houston

713-862-3209

www.cycloneanaya.com

Federal American Grill

510 Shepherd Drive, Houston

713-863-7777

www.thefederalgrill.com

Napoli’s Wine Cafe

4601 Washington Ave., Ste. 190, Houston

713-434-6305

www.napoliswinecafe.com

Saltgrass

1803 Shepherd Drive, Houston

713-869-7074

www.saltgrass.com

Xin Chào

2310 Decatur St., Houston

832-740-4888

www.xinchaohtx.com

River Oaks


Bisou Continental Cuisine

4444 Westheimer Road, Ste. A-120, Houston

713-955-3855

www.bisourestaurant.com

Blue Onyx Bistro

4720 Richmond Ave., Houston

713-808-9518

www.blueonyxbistro.com

Bosscat Kitchen & Libations

4310 Westheimer Road, Ste. 150, Houston

281-501-1187

www.bosscatkitchen-houston.com

Grotto Ristorante

4715 Westheimer Road, Houston

713-622-3663

www.grottorestaurants.com

Le Colonial

4444 Westheimer Road, Ste. G-140, Houston

713-629-4444

www.lecolonialhouston.com

Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette

4224 San Felipe St., Houston

713-622-1010

www.libertykitchenoysterette.com

Mastro’s Steakhouse

1650 W. Loop S., Houston

713-993-2500

www.mastrosrestaurants.com

Ouisie’s Table

3939 San Felipe St., Houston

713-528-2264

www.ouisiestable.com

Willie G’s Seafood

1640 W. Loop S., Houston

713-840-7190

www.williegs.com

Upper Kirby


Carrabba’s

3115 Kirby Drive, Houston

713-522-3131

www.carrabbasoriginal.com

Eighteen36

2221 W. Alabama St., Houston

832-220-1645

www.bar1836.com

Grace’s

3111 Kirby Drive, Houston

713-728-6410

www.gracesonkirby.com

Sushi King

3401 Kirby Drive, Houston

713-528-8998

www.sushiking.us

Tony’s

3755 Richmond Ave., Houston

713-622-6778

www.tonyshouston.com

Montrose


Ambrosia

2003 Lexington St., Houston

713-393-7211

www.ambrosiatx.com

Bistro Menil

1513 W. Alabama St., Houston

713-904-3537

www.bistromenil.com

Brennan’s of Houston

3300 Smith St., Houston

713-522-9711

www.brennanshouston.com

Common Bond Bistro & Bakery

1706 Westheimer Road, Houston

713-529-3535

www.commonbondcafe.com

Eugene’s Gulf Coast Cuisine

1985 Welch St., Houston

713-807-8883

www.eugeneshouston.com

La Griglia

2002 W. Gray St., Houston

713-526-4700

www.lagrigliarestaurant.com

MAX’s Wine Dive

214 Fairview St., Ste. 2, Houston

713-528-9200

www.maxswinedive.com

Oporto Fooding House & Wine

125 W. Gray St., Ste. 500, Houston

713-528-0115

www.oportomidtown.us

Roost

1972 Fairview St., Houston

713-523-7667

www.iloveroost.com

Tourão Brazilian Churrasqueria

4412 Montrose Blvd., Houston

713-395-1050

www.mytourao.com

Traveler’s Table

520 Westheimer Road, Houston

832-409-5785

www.travelerstable.com


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