2022 Houston Restaurant Weeks Launches with 300+ restaurants!

Houston Restaurant Weeks (HRW), starts today, August 1st and runs through Labor Day, September 5th – with a record-breaking number of restaurants participating this year!

For thousands of Houstonians, HRW provides a five-week long passport to over 300 of the city’s top restaurants and award-winning chefs. For 36 days, diners will enjoy specially priced, multi-course prix-fixe menus for brunch, lunch and dinner, with take-out and delivery options.

HRW is the largest fundraiser of its kind in the United States and is produced by The Cleverley Stone Foundation and volunteers.

Participating restaurants will make donations based on their HRW sales. The 2022 meal prices, and donation amounts are as follows:

“We are bowled over by this year’s response,” said Katie Stone, President of the Cleverley Stone Foundation. “Diners will have more than 300 restaurants across the area to choose from and Dine Out & Do Good! This is a significant number and shows us just how much everyone is anticipating HRW. Now is the time to go online and make your reservations so you don’t miss out!”

Diners can visit the HRW website to view the extensive list of restaurants that are committed to participate in the fundraiser, along with their respective menus. From fine dining to casual neighborhood restaurants, diners can sample some of the best Houston’s culinary scene has to offer. Some participating restaurants may require reservations, although walk-ins will be accepted at most locations. This information will be noted on each restaurant’s menu page on the website.

Follow HRW on social media: Facebook: @HoustonRestaurantWeeks, Instagram: @HoustonRestaurantWeeks and Twitter: @HouRestaurantWk.


Houston Restaurant Weeks was established in 2003 by 26-year restaurant correspondent and philanthropist Cleverley Stone, former host of “The Cleverley Show,” a talk show about food, wine and dining on CBS Sports Radio 650/KIKK-AM and former food segment contributor to Fox 26/KRIV Morning News in Houston. To date, her event has raised over $17.6 million to fight hunger in Houston, providing over 52.8 million meals for those who are food insecure. The Cleverley Stone Foundation now exists to continue her mission and legacy by supporting Houstonians in need and producing Houston Restaurant Weeks, benefiting the Houston Food Bank, which takes place August 1st through Labor Day each year.


Serving Houston and southeast Texas since 1982, Houston Food Bank’s mission is to provide food for better lives. We provide access to more than 150 million nutritious meals in 18 counties through our 1,600 community partners of food pantries, soup kitchens, social service providers and schools. Filling gaps on plates, we have a strong focus on healthy foods and fresh produce. In collaboration with our community, we advocate for policy change and racial equity, and promote dialogue on ways to increase access to food and to improve the lives of those in our communities, including services and connections to programs that address the root causes of hunger and are aimed at helping families achieve long-term stability: nutrition education, job training, health management, and help with securing state-funded assistance. We are a resource for individuals and families in times of hardship. Houston Food Bank works alongside our partner food banks in Montgomery County, Galveston County, Brazos Valley, and Trinity River area. Houston Food Bank is a certified member of Feeding America, the nation’s food bank network, with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator for the 12th consecutive year.

Photos: V. Sweeten