Savor the flavors of mouth-watering meals during Black Restaurant Week

Lucille's | Photo courtesy of Black Restaurant Week

Celebrate African-American, African and Caribbean cuisine at over thirty eateries and establishments during Black Restaurant Week, from Sunday, April 14 through Sunday, April 28, 2019.

In its fourth and largest year in Houston, Black Restaurant Week will partner with over 30 black-owned restaurants and eateries to offer delectable prix fixe menus, starting at $15. Restaurants include Indigo from the James Beard-nominated Chef Jonathan Rhodes, Lucille’s by Chef Chris Williams, and many hidden gems across the city like Ate Kitchen.

Throughout the two weeks of dining, Black Restaurant Week also offers a series of culinary events aimed to expand awareness and support for black culinary professionals, including a business panel on Tuesday, April 16; a pop-up dinner with Chef Kenneth Temple on Friday, April 19; the NOSH Culinary Showcase and Power of the Palate Bartending Competition on Wednesday, April 24; and Soundbites: Food Truck Festival on Saturday, April 27.

Click here for more information and a full list of participating restaurants.

2019 Black Restaurant Week: Houston

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