Follow your Fork to Houston’s Black Restaurant Week A “Salute to Spring” with Houston’s favorite foodie event! Offering delicious dishes throughout Houston as Black Restaurant Week presents Eight Days of Dining!
Black Restaurant Week will be offering its signature prix-fixe dining menus for brunch, lunch and dinner, highlighting Black owned restaurants located throughout the city of Houston’s unique and thriving culinary scene. A portion of the week’s proceeds will be donated to Change Happens! A local non-profit focused on empowering our youth.
For eight days, Sunday, April 3 – Sunday, April 10th foodies will be able to eat their hearts out at an ever growing list of participating Black owned restaurants featuring price options for brunch, lunch and dinner! Diners can enjoy three-course prix-fixe dinner menus ranging from $25- $45 per person. Tickets and passes aren’t necessary to enjoy these Eight days of dining; but reservations are recommended.
So many of Houston’s favorite restaurants will be participating, but be warned, their menus will leave you salivating and feverishly marking your calendar and conversing with co-workers on what hot spot you’re going to hit for lunch, dinner or brunch!
Among them are Esther’s Cajun Cafe & Soul Food Kitchen, Holley’s Seafood & Oyster Bar, Lucille’s, Ray’s BBQ and LUCY Ethiopian Restaurant and Lounge.
But the week of events are not only focused on Black owned restaurants, but Houston’s Black chefs, caterers, bartenders, industry and young professionals. A Culinary showcase, Panel Discussion featuring Black Industry Professionals, Networking Mixer, Pop-up Dinner and a Bartending Competition is what you have to look forward to Houston, so buckle your seat belts…or more importantly, get involved! Visit www.houbrw.com to learn more on how you can get involved!