10 Must Try Spots For Houston Restaurant Weeks

Don’t miss these restaurants during Houston Restaurant Week (August 1 – September 4, 2017.)

Houston Restaurant Weeks starts today and with more than 200 restaurants involved, Read Eat Discover wanted to share some of the best deals and spots on the list.

Houston Restaurant Weeks runs from August 1 – September 4, 2017, with menu prices ranging from $20 for brunch through to $45 (per person) for the higher end dinner offer. With each menu sold, participating restaurants donate a portion of the price to the Houston Food Bank, generating between 9-21 meals depending on the menu offered.

The list below is definitely not conclusive but it offers some of our top picks based on the restaurants we’ve previously visited. Take a look below:

B&B Butchers

Both menus are a steal for a two/three-course meal at B&B Butchers and feature items such as Chef’s Tommy’s Bacon with blue cheese and truffle infused honey (worth the additional $8), the 10oz filet mignon, and the butcher shop burger. Don’t miss the cheesecake for dessert!

Menus: $20 lunch & $45 dinner

Website: http://bbbutchers.com

Ciao Bello

You should definitely pay this lovely Italian spot a visit, even if you can’t make it during Houston Restaurant Weeks. The $35 dinner menu is for four courses and features its polpette (family meatballs), burrata caprese, a range of entrés and its house-made cannolis for dessert.

Menus: $22 brunch, $20 lunch, and $35 dinner

Website: https://ciaobellohouston.com

El Tiempo

It wouldn’t be a proper list without featuring at least one Tex-Mex in Houston! The dinner menu features guacamole and chile con queso to start, with a choice of fajitas for your entré, and Mexican sweets for dessert. If it’s anything like last years’ menu, you won’t go home hungry!

Menus: $35 dinner (available at seven locations)

Website: http://eltiempocantina.com/


Read Eat Discover - Grace's

Southern soul mixed with some Sicilian heritage, head here if you’re in the mood for some comfort food and you won’t be disappointed. The Restaurant Weeks menu features gumbo, southern fried pork chops, steak frites and bread pudding for dessert.

Menus: $35 dinner

Website: http://www.gracesonkirby.com


A fine-dining Japanese restaurant in the Memorial area which offers exquisite hot and cold dishes. The Restaurant Weeks dinner menu is four courses and includes a cold tasting dish, hot tasting dish, Makimono and a dessert. Make sure you try “June”, it’s one of the best spicy tuna rolls you will ever taste.

Menus: $20 lunch and $45 dinner

Website: http://www.kuurestaurant.com



Read Eat Discover - Pinch2

This is one of Houston’s newer offerings and is located just off the 290 near the Magnum Rd exit. The menu offers up some seafood classics as well as some Texas comforts for those who aren’t big fans of fish dishes. Make sure you try the crème brûlée cheesecake for dessert!

Menus: $35 dinner

Website: http://www.pinchseafoodrestaurant.com

Rise No.2


Read Eat Discover - Rise2

You can’t go wrong with this cute French spot in the Uptown/Galleria area. The menu features a savory and a sweet souffle for your main course and dessert and make sure you don’t miss out on the marshmallow soup to start!

Menus: $45 dinner

Website: http://www.risesouffle.com

State Fare Kitchen + Bar

Read Eat Discover - State Fare

A modern Texas restaurant with lots of classic comforts. This Restaurant Weeks menu includes sweet cream biscuits to start, slow smoked beef shoulder and then Texas sheet cake for dessert. If you’re veering towards their main menu, try Jimmy’s “Texas Red” Beef Chilli Cheeseburger, you won’t regret it!

Menus: $20 lunch and $35 dinner

Website: http://www.statefaretx.com

The General Public

Tucked away in the back corner of CityCentre Houston, it would be easy to miss this place if you’re just wandering through the area. However, you should definitely give this upscale “pub” and its classic dishes, with a modern twist a try. The dinner menu features its oven roasted cauliflower, fish and chips, shrimp and grits and birthday cake.

Menus: $35 dinner

Website: http://thegenpublic.com

Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse

This American steakhouse offers a sophisticated vibe and upscale dining experience in downtown Houston. The dinner menu offers classics such as bisque and wedge salad to start, its filet mignon as an entré and an extremely tasty dessert options. Whilst the lunch menu features The Vic Burger, crab cakes and much more.

Menus: $20 lunch and $45 dinner

Website: http://www.vicandanthonys.com


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