Humble, Kingwood eateries participate in Houston Restaurant Weeks, Aug. 1-Sept. 6

Since Houston Restaurant Weeks began in 2003, more than $16.6 million has been raised for the Houston Food Bank. (Courtesy Pexels)
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Houston Restaurant Weeks announced July 15 the initial lineup for this year's event scheduled for Aug. 1-Sept. 6. More than 200 restaurants are expected to participate this year, and officials said additional eateries will be added to the website through Aug. 1.

This annual event dates back to 2003 and has raised $16.6 million for the Houston Food Bank since its inception. During the 37-day event, participating restaurants feature specially-priced, multicourse prix fixe menus including brunch, lunch and dinner. Meals are available for dine-in and takeout.

The following restaurants in Humble and Kingwood were announced July 15:


Saltgrass Steak House

20090 Highway 59, Humble


281-540-5116


Zammitti's Italian Ristorante

1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood

281-361-7499


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