Eat Drink HTX is concentrated on informal eating, providing foodies a lower cost level for prix fixe meals that profit the Houston Meals Financial institution & Star of Hope.
HOUSTON — The group behind the foodie heaven that’s Houston Restaurant Weeks is including a brand new fundraising occasion.
EDITORIAL NOTE: The above video is from July 2021 and explains how Houston Restaurant Weeks works
“My mom knew and supported the mission of Star of Hope for a few years,” Katie Stone, the daughter of philanthropist Cleverley Stone, wrote in a press launch asserting Eat Drink HTX. “Scott Arthur, Star of Hope’s Director of Public Relations, was one in all her final in-studio radio present friends. We really feel the work they do, particularly serving to to feed and care for girls and kids is so necessary and empowering.”
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From Feb. 15 by way of Feb. 28, each collaborating restaurant will donate a set quantity primarily based on a prix fixe menu: $3 for a $25 dinner, $2 for a $20 brunch and $1 for $15 lunch or brunch. These dates have been chosen after Stone stated her mom wished to spice up gross sales for native eating places, particularly within the gradual weeks following Valentine’s Day.
Eat Drink HTX can also be targeted on a lower cost level to permit extra informal and fast-casual eating places an opportunity to take part.
Thus far, greater than 100 eateries are signed on (they’re listed right here) and the web site can be up to date as extra eating places be part of the trigger.
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In its 18 years, Houston Restaurant Weeks has raised practically $18 million to fight starvation within the better Houston space. Each greenback donated means the Houston Meals Financial institution can present as much as three meals.