Eat Drink HTX 2024: Dine Locally, Give Generously Through February 29
Food & Beverage
Photo: Astor Farm to Table

Eat Drink HTX 2024: Dine Locally, Give Generously Through February 29

February 20 2024

Calling all food lovers! The third annual Eat Drink HTX, presented by The Cleverley Stone Foundation, is now underway and will run until the 29th of February. With over 170 participating eateries across the Greater Houston Area, this event aims to encourage people to dine locally, while raising crucial funds for community non-profits.

Katy area foodies can raise their forks close to home at participating restaurants like Astor Farm to Table, Fadi’s Katy, Home Run Dugout, Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, Phat Eatery, Postino Cinco Ranch, and The Café at Brookwood, to name just a few. Eat Drink HTX not only brings a boost to local businesses during historically slower periods, but it also raises funds for two incredible organizations: the Houston Food Bank and DePelchin Children’s Center.

A delectable sampling of curated dishes by Phat Eatery, located in Katy Asian Town. (Source: Phat Eatery)

The Houston Food Bank, a crucial lifeline for many struggling families, provides over 150 million nutritious meals across 18 counties. The impact of inflation has hit lower-income, working families particularly hard, and, "Funds raised from this event will help bring food to the table and improve the wellbeing of the families that we serve," said Brian Greene, President and CEO of the Houston Food Bank.

On the other hand, DePelchin Children's Center supports and sustains children and the families who care for them. "Funds raised by Eat Drink HTX will help DePelchin Children’s Center provide guidance and support to vulnerable children and the families who care for them," said Jennifer Jarriel, President and CEO of the DePelchin Children’s Center.

Pricing for Eat Drink HTX is designed with accessibility in mind, with a prix fixe brunch or lunch at $15 and dinner at $25. Participating restaurants will donate $1 per brunch or lunch sold, and $3 per dinner, directly benefiting Houston Food Bank and DePelchin Children’s Center.

A mouth-watering assortment of elevated American classics at Home Run Dugout in Katy. (Source: Home Run Dugout)

Remember, when you dine at these Katy area restaurants during Eat Drink HTX, you are not only enjoying great food; you're also supporting phenomenal non-profits that are making a real impact in our community. So make a reservation, bring your appetite, and enjoy the best the Katy area has to offer through February 29th.

To view a complete list of participating venues and their menus, visit Follow the event on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

By Tiffany Krenek, My Neighborhood News 
Tiffany Krenek has been on the My Neighborhood News team since August 2021. She is passionate about curating and sharing content that enriches the lives of our readers in a personal, meaningful way. A loving mother and wife, Tiffany and her family live in the West Houston/Cypress region.

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