Houston is replete with excellent black-owned restaurants, and Houston Black Restaurant Week will celebrate these diverse and varied eateries, all while raising cash for a good cause, for the second year in a row.
The Houston Press reports that Houston Black Restaurant Week is returning this April, and this time, the festivities will extend for two weeks. A lengthy list of restaurants will participate, including Kitchen 713, Dolce Ultra Lounge, and Etta’s Little Kitchen. Casual spots will serve up prix fixe dinners ranging from $15-$25 per person, while dinner at upscale restaurants will run you $35-$45.
The festival will again bring a slew of events like Power of the Palate, which will feature drinks that incorporate local black farmers’ produce. For restauranteurs-to-be or current industry pros looking for a little further education, a series of educational panels will serve up advice across a variety of topics from industry professionals.
A portion of all proceeds from the fixed-price meals and tickets for events will go to Blue Triangle, a community center in need of a major kitchen remodel.
Visit HBRW’s website for info on events, participating restaurants, and more.