6 Sugar Land restaurants participate in Houston Restaurant Weeks

Houston Restaurant Weeks begins Aug. 1, with restaurants in the Greater Houston area donating money to the Houston Food Bank.


As part of the extravaganza, diners may go to any participating restaurant and request the HRW menu (brunch, lunch, or dinner) and, for a fixed price ($20 - $45), enjoy a multi-course meal. With every HRW meal sold, the restaurant will donate a pre-determined amount to the Houston Food Bank ($3 - $7 per meal).




Guests may reserve seats online by going to OpenTable.com and writing “Request HRW Menu” in the comments field. No reservations are necessary, but walk-ins may be limited to seating availability.


Here are the 6 participating restaurants in Sugar Land:


Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille

2115 Town Square Place


Dinner menu: $45 per person (3 course)

Diners at this high-end steakhouse may enjoy a three-course meal with their option of salad, entrée and dessert. Guests can also take advantage of Perry’s outdoor seating, cocktail lounge and piano bar.


Songkran Thai Grill

2258 Texas Drive


Dinner menu: $35 per person (3 course)

Named after Thailand’s most celebrated festival, Songkran Thai Grill offers guests a chance to experience and appreciate traditional Thai fare and street food classics such as hoy pad-prik, pad-khing and curry. Diners can also enjoy vegetarian and gluten-free options.


The Sugar Refinery

2248 Texas Drive


Dinner menu: $35 per person (3 course)

This prohibition-era speakeasy themed restaurant and bar is located in Sugar Land Town Square. It offers familiar comfort food from pot roast to braised ribs to chicken pot pie, as well as more distinct dishes such as chicken tikka masala.


Turquoise Grill & Bar

16019 City Walk


*Lunch menu: $20 per person (3 courses)

Dinner menu: $35 per person (3 courses)

Located in Town Square, the Turquoise Grill & Bar offers Turkish-Greek dishes—many of which are vegan, vegetarian and-or gluten-free, such as tapas, kebabs, falafel, baklava and more.

*May only be available Monday through Friday.



1520 Lake Pointe Parkway, Ste. 500


~No menu available as of July 18

Churrascos is an upscale South American steakhouse that offers Latin America cuisine and a wide array of drinks. Diners can select dishes from a variety of menus in addition to the HWR option, including brunch, dinner, box lunch, catering, private dining, happy hour, wine, and featured items.


Ragin’ Cajun

16100 Kensington Drive, Ste. 400


~No menu available as of July 18

This South Louisiana kitchen gives diners a taste of the bayou. Diners can expect classics such as po-boys, oysters, gumbo, crawfish, jambalaya and other specialties.





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