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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) If you have been an active participant in this year’s annual Houston Restaurant Weeks, then you have been enjoying all of the cuisine Houston restaurants have to offer! From authentic Italian dishes to Japanese, Mexican and American foods, chances are you have eaten delicious foods on a plethora of plates! The good news is that Houston Restaurant Weeks is still in full swing and you still have time to participate in the endeavor while helping a worthy Houston charity in the process!

This year, Houston Restaurant Weeks continues its run through September 2, 2013. “Founded in 2003 by Cleverley Stone, Houston Restaurant Weeks 2012 raised over $1.22 million for the Houston Food Bank from the over 253,000 meals served at the 169 participating restaurants, added organizers of the event. “The result: The 3.66 million meals provided for those who are food insecure, made Houston Restaurant Weeks 2012 the largest single fundraising event for the Food Bank and the largest restaurant weeks of its kind in the United States.

For thousands of Houstonians and visitors to the bayou city, Houston Restaurant Weeks provides a month-long passport to the city’s top restaurants and award-winning chefs. Recently Food & Wine magazine tapped Houston as ‘America’s newest capitol of great food,’ coming as no surprise to locals who crowd some of the most popular dining rooms in the city.”

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Spearheaded by volunteers, Houston Restaurant Weeks is a showcase of various restaurants within Houston that offer delectable, authentic and one-of-a-kind foods! Click here to learn more and make plans to engage in Houston Restaurant Weeks, because you still have time and we have the food!

What restaurant will you dine in during Houston Restaurant Weeks?


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