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34 New Restaurants To Dine At During Houston Restaurant Weeks

The Original Ninfa's On Navigation Fajitas


Fajitas are on the menu at The Original Ninfa's On Navigation, which is participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks for the first time this year. Photo by Cooper + Ricca

Posted: August 1, 2017 at 11:55 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

There are many aspects of Houston Restaurant Weeks to look forward to. There’s the excitement of seeing what the restaurateurs and chefs have selected for their special fundraising menus. There’s the win-win feeling of feasting on a multi-course meal at a good value for a great cause.

For diners well acquainted with Houston Restaurant Weeks, though, perhaps the most exciting thing are the tantalizing possibilities at new restaurants participating for the very first time. This year, there are 33 34 new locations, and they’re spread from downtown Houston to Katy and from Humble to Kemah. Some are top names in Houston dining where a meal is coveted year-round. Others serve cuisines from Tex-Mex to Mediterranean.

Updated 8/1/2017, 1:35 p.m. to add the newest Beaver’s location on Westheimer. 

 

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Houston Restaurant Weeks founder Cleverley Stone (center) and many of the chefs who helped raise over $2 million for the Houston Food Bank in 2016. Photo by Nicole Kornhauser

Well worth noting are some of the top restaurants that have joined the cause this year. This includes James Beard award winning chef Hugo Ortega’s Xochi and Provisions by James Beard nominated chefs Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan. Also on the list are longtime Houston classics The Original Ninfa’s On Navigation and the downtown edition of well-regarded Pappas Bros. Steakhouse.

Of course, there are dozens of returning favorites as well. View the full list of participants at the Houston Restaurant Weeks website. For your convenience, we’ve included a map of where these new additions are located—and they are sorted below by area of town.

A fixed dollar amount, ranging from $3 to $7 for every designated meal sold, goes to the Houston Food Bank. With no further ado, here is the full list of new additions to Houston Restaurant Weeks, which lasts from August 1 to September 4.

 

Cypress

Alicia’s Mexican Grille, 26326 Northwest Freeway
Jaxton’s Bistro, 9955 Barker Cypress #104

Downtown

Bayou & Bottle at Four Seasons Houston, 1300 Lamar
Brasserie du Parc, 1440 Lamar
Izakaya, 318 Gray
Osso & Kristalla, 1515 Texas
Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, 1200 McKinney
Potente, 1515 Texas
Xochi, 1777 Walker

East of Downtown

The Original Ninfa’s on Navigation, 2704 Navigation

Galleria

Beaver’s, 6025 Westheimer
Café on the Green at the Omni Houston Galleria Hotel, 4 Riverway
Corelli’s Italian Café, 4640 Westheimer
Mezza Grille, 6100 Westheimer

The Heights

Coltivare, 3320 White Oak

Humble

Chez Nous French Restaurant, 217 South Avenue G

Katy

Alicia’s Mexican Grille, 25725 Katy Freeway
Peli Peli, 23501 Cinco Ranch

Kemah

Eculent, 709 Harris

Memorial

The General Public, 797 Sorella

Montrose

Café Azur, 4315 Montrose
Common Bond Café & Bakery, 1706 Montrose
Provisions, 807 Taft

Oak Forest

The Union Kitchen, 3452 Ella

Rice Village

Goode Company Armadillo Palace, 5015 Kirby

River Oaks

Eloise Nichols Grill & Liquors, 2400 Mid Lane
Le Colonial, 4444 Westheimer
Relish Restaurant & Bar, 2810 Westheimer
The Tuck Room at iPic Theaters, 4444 Westheimer

Spring

Alicia’s Mexican Grille, 20920 Kuykendahl

Sugar Land

The Sugar Refinery, 2248 Texas Drive

Washington Avenue

Urban Eats, 3414 Washington

West Houston

Alicia’s Mexican Grille, 12002 Richmond

The Woodlands

Bonefish Grill, 1555 Lake Woodlands