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Houston Restaurant Week is Here!

Robin Barr Sussman | August 3, 2018 | Feature Features

Dine out deliciously while contributing to the Houston Food Bank. Houston Restaurant Weeks runs from August 1 through September 3 with hundreds of spots to choose from. Here are five hot picks to whet your appetite.
Potente seafood stew

Brennan’s of Houston
The two-course Creole lunch ($20) includes signature turtle soup, Steak Diane, and more. For dinner ($35), expect Texas shrimp remoulade, blackened redfish, and sweets like Bayou City beignets for the third course ($45). Two-course weekend brunch ($20). 3300 Smith St., 713.522.9711

Goode Co. Kitchen & Cantina
Lunch ($20) is two courses with queso, mesquite grilled redfish, shrimp tacos or tacos al carbon. Tex Mex dinners ($35) offer three courses including campechana extra, carnitas, and enchiladas. 9005 Katy Fairway, 713.766.3434

Le Colonial
The three-course lunch menu ($20) is a great way to experiment with Vietnamese plates like vegetarian curry and banh cuon (steamed rice crepes stuffed with chicken, mushrooms and a chili lime sauce). Dinner, also three courses ($45), brings caramelized filet mignon, chilled shrimp rolls and dessert. 4444 Westheimer Road, 713.629.4444


Potente
A three-course luxe Italian dinner ($45) beckons with ravioli, beef filet, diver scallops over risotto and desserts like pistachio pound cake with gelato. Adjacent sister Osso & Kristalla is also participating with brunch and lunch menus ($20) and a three-course dinner ($35). 1515 Texas St., 713.237.1515

Provisions at The Pass & Provisions
Lunch ($20) on two courses including Nicoise salad or foie gras mousse before moving on to roasted salmon or other mains. Dinner ($35) brings three-courses like pork schnitzel and more, plus dessert. Two-course weekend brunch ($20). 807 Taft St., 713.628.9020

Check (houstonrestaurantweeks.com) for updates and details.



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