Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020 features 3 Humble, Kingwood eateries

Local restaurants offer special multicourse prix-fixe menus during Houston Restaurant Weeks. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Local restaurants offer special multicourse prix-fixe menus during Houston Restaurant Weeks. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Local restaurants offer special multicourse prix-fixe menus during Houston Restaurant Weeks. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Houston Restaurant Weeks, a monthlong fundraiser that benefits the Houston Food Bank, returns to the Greater Houston area Aug. 1-Sept. 7.

Launched in 2003, the annual food event allows Greater Houston-area residents to support the Houston Food Bank by dining from special multicourse prix-fixe menus at local eateries.


A list of participating restaurants was posted on the event's website July 17 and will be updated with new additions through Aug. 1. Of the hundreds of participating restaurants in the region, three restaurants in the Kingwood, Humble, Atascocita and Lake Houston areas are partaking in the event so far.

While some patrons will be unable to visit local restaurants in person due to the coronavirus pandemic, the prix-fixe menus are also available for takeout or delivery options.


Here are the restaurants in Lake Houston area that have been announced as participants in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2019.


Map key

Blue: dinner only

Yellow: lunch and dinner

Green: brunch and dinner

Red: brunch, lunch and dinner



Zammitti’s Italian Ristorante

1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood

281-361-7499

www.zammittis.com

Lunch: $20 per person

Dinner: $35 per person

Brick House Tavern & Tap

140 FM 1960 Bypass Road E., Humble

281-319-4410


www.brickhousetavernandtap.com/location/20204

Dinner: $35 per person

Saltgrass Steak House

20090 Hwy. 59, Humble

281-540-5166


www.saltgrass.com

Dinner: $35 per person

This list will be updated as more local restaurants choose to participate. For more information about Houston Restaurant Weeks, visit
www.houstonrestaurantweeks.com.
By Kelly Schafler

Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.



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