UPDATED: Houston Restaurant Weeks 2019 features 3 restaurants participating in Lake Houston area

The Union Kitchen-Kingwood is one of the local restaurants participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2019.

The Union Kitchen-Kingwood is one of the local restaurants participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2019.

Houston Restaurant Weeks, a monthlong fundraiser that benefits the Houston Food Bank, returns to the Greater Houston area Aug. 1-Sept. 2.

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.

Participating eateries will serve fixed-priced, multicourse menus that include brunch, lunch and dinner. From every $20 brunch or lunch, $3 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 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
Dinner: $35 per person

The Union Kitchen-Kingwood
23918 Hwy. 59, Kingwood
832-644-9067
www.theunionkitchen.com
Lunch: $20 per person
Dinner: $35 per person

Wholesome Kitchen
250 Assay St., Houston
281-741-0203
www.wholesometx.com
Brunch: $20 per person
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

Managing editor, South Houston

Kelly joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2017 after majoring in print journalism and creative writing at the University of Houston. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor for the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition and began covering the Spring and Klein area as well in August 2020. In June 2021, Kelly was promoted to South Houston managing editor.