Last Chance for Our September Goodie Box with Gifts From Houston Restaurants! — Updated
UPDATE! Some readers have made us aware that the Facebook Shop link is not working for them. Make sure that you are actually signed into your Facebook user account and try again. However, if that still does not work, or you do not have a Facebook account, we will happily handle your order via PayPal, Venmo or credit card. Email us ASAP, as we start shipping the boxes on Tuesday, September 7!
Early this summer, for the first time ever we curated our first Houston Food Finder Goodie Box with the help of Houston restaurants and other local food and drink businesses. It was such a success that we did it again! Our September 2021 edition includes more than $150 of gift cards, merchandise and other swag from Houston restaurants, a local coffee roaster, a very popular brewery and more. The cost is $49 plus tax and USPS priority mail shipping! Boxes are shipping on September 8.
Fewer than 20 boxes remain. Every Goodie Box has a unique assortment of items, and this box will never be created again. The gifts and promotional items are great incentives for you to explore new Houston restaurants and other food and drink businesses. Use everything yourself, or gift select items to friends and family. Also, every box recipient who shares their unboxing video on social media will be put into a drawing to get our next Goodie Box for free! Tag #houstonfoodfinder and #hffgoodiebox to make sure we see your video.
Click this link to purchase from our Facebook Shop. If you’d rather purchase via PayPal or Venmo, we’re happy to accomodate. Just email us! Proceeds from the Goodie Boxes go towards paying our writers and the other expenses needed to continue publishing new articles. Thanks in advance for your support, and we hope you enjoy the surprises! Watch for our next Goodie Box later this fall.
Phaedra Cook has written about Houston’s restaurant and bar scene since 2010. She was a regular contributor to My Table magazine (now closed) and was the lead restaurant critic for the Houston Press for two years, eventually being promoted to food editor. Cook founded Houston Food Finder in November 2016 and has been its editor and publisher ever since.