Events in Houston this August

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Events in Houston this August

During the pandemic, there isn’t much happening in Houston. Most large gatherings have been canceled. Going out to eat isn’t as easy as it once was, but you can still support local restaurants by ordering online for curbside pickup. Instead of featuring events in Houston, this month we’re going to highlight some of the fantastic restaurants in this beautiful city.

Stay safe Houston! 

Ninfa’s

2704 Navigation Boulevard

Houston, TX

713-228-1175

 

Ninfas on Navigation is open for dine-in at limited capacity and reservations are encouraged.

Monday-Thursday 11am-9pm

Friday 11am-10pm

Saturday 10am-10pm (Brunch 10am-2pm)

Sunday 10am-9pm (Brunch 10am-2pm)

 

The Pit Room

1201 Richmond Avenue

Houston, TX

281-888-1929

 

Curbside pickup Available.

Please call 281-888-1929 to reserve

Beer & Wine Available for Pick Up

 

Saint Arnold Brewing Company

2000 Lyons Avenue

Houston, TX

713-686-9494

 

We have several delicious special release beers coming out this week. We encourage you to come by and pick them up at our drive thru. Say hi to our team through your mask, order some of our tasty food and stay safe!

 

We appreciate your support.

 

Antone’s Famous Po Boys

2747 West TC Jester Blvd

Houston, TX

713-686-4338

Mondays through Saturdays – 10am – 4pm

Closed on Sundays

 

Lucille’s

5512 LaBranch

Houston, TX

713-568-2505

Closed Monday

LUNCH

Tuesday – Friday 11 am – 3 pm

DINNER

Tuesday – Thursday 5 pm – 9 pm

Friday – Saturday 5 pm – 10 pm

Saturday & Sunday Brunch

10 am – 3 pm

Thank you for your continued support

Our curbside pick-up efforts allowed us to keep a firm commitment to our awesome staff, who are ALL still working to support themselves & their families. We will be phasing back slowly to our regular hours and offering during this unprecedented times.

 

Pokii Eatery

12153 Katy Freeway

Houston, TX

832-230-3480

 

Get sushi the size of Texas Burritos in 1.9 billion different ways.

A classic Hawaiian preparation, poke (pronounced poh-kay) is a salad of cubed raw fish marinated in a choice of specialty sauce. Though traditionally made from ahi tuna, salmon and a variety of species of fish are common substitutions, and the dish can be eaten on its own, or over white rice, brown rice, or even artisan salad. The best part, we offer unlimited toppings. In other words: it's pretty much sushi in a bowl with your favorite ingredients.

 

Sticky’s Chicken

2313 Edwards Street

Houston, TX

832-767-5611

 

Monday - closed

tuesday thru Saturday - 12:00 to 8:00

sunday  - 12:00 to 5:00

 

We are open for dine-in, but limited to 4 people per party.

 

Backstreet Café

1103 South Shepherd Drive

Houston, TX

713-521-2239

 

Backstreet Cafe's menu is a perfect reflection of diverse Houston, with Southern, Cajun, Creole, Hispanic and Asian influences, among others. The menu changes seasonally to capture the freshest flavors, with a nod to local and sustainable ingredients. Backstreet Café is famous for its Sunday brunch, complete with live Jazz, great food, and eye-opening cocktails! The wine and spirits program is well-known throughout the city and beyond for its depth and creativity, a perfect accompaniment to the menu.

 

Rainbow Lodge

2011 Ella Blvd

Houston, TX

713-861-8666

 

Wild Game and Seafood in a log cabin setting along

the banks of White Oak Bayou in the heart of Houston.

 

Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen

6401 Woodway

Houston, TX

713-334-7295

 

The Best Mexican Food & Tex-Mex Restaurant in Houston, TX.

 

Open for dine-in service with limited seating and open for to-go and curbside pick-up.

 

Christie’s Seafood & Steaks

6029 Westheimer

Houston, TX

713-978-6563

 

Dining room is open, but tables are available by reservation only as we are practicing social distancing.

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