Eat in Midtown this March & save at more than 20 of Houston’s favorite restaurants

Bagby Park in Midtown | Photo courtesy of Midtown Houston

Take advantage of special dining deals at 21 Midtown restaurants and bars during the Eat in Midtown promotion (#eatINmidtown) happening throughout the month of March, ending on Friday evening, March 31, 2017.

Fill up on two-for-one offers, discounted dining, complimentary appetizers, and more culinary specials at popular local food and drink establishments across Midtown.

Share your experiences on social media with #eatINmidtown and you may even get some extra love or attention.

Win Dining Gift Cards Worth Up to $50

In addition to saving on delicious food, #eatINmidtown diners will have a chance to win gift cards to various Midtown eateries.

  1. Visit a participating #eatINmidtown restaurant, listed below, during the month of March.
  2. Share it on social media in one of two ways:
    • Check-in to the restaurant’s page Facebook, tag @midtownHOU and use the hashtag #eatINmidtown.
    • Post a photo of your dish on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and tag the restaurant, tag @midtownHOU, and use the hashtag #eatINmidtown.
  3. Check @midtownHOU social media to see if you’re a winner.

Each unique post is a chance to win. Click here to view complete contest rules. If you have questions or want to verify your prize, click here to email Midtown Houston.

Great Dining Offers from Participating #eatINmidtown Restaurants

District 7 Pizzeria | Photo courtesy of Midtown Houston

Eat in Midtown 

  • Dates: Wednesday, March 1 through Friday, March 31, 2017
  • Times: Vary by restaurant
  • Locations: Participating Midtown restaurants. Scroll up or click here for the full list.
  • Admission: Dining specials vary by restaurant.


This story was sponsored by Midtown Houston. Per our sponsorship policy, we only accept sponsored content from businesses that meet our editorial standards and truly present a valuable activity, resource, or destination for residents and visitors across the greater Houston area. Click here to learn about promoting your event or business.

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