Houston Restaurant Weeks debut for Patagonia Grill and Cafe

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Patagonia Grill and Cafe, an Argentinian steak house that has been open since 2014 on Katy Freeway, will take part in Houston Restaurant Weeks for the first time. The event benefits the Houston Food Bank.

Chef/owner Sebastian Abraham shares some of the dishes from the Patagonia Grill and Cafe $20 four-course lunch and $35 four-course dinner menus for Houston Restaurant Weeks during a visit from FOX 26 News segment contributor and event founder Cleverley Stone.

Patagonia Grill and Cafe will donate $5 to the Houston Food Bank from each $35 dinner sold, which the food bank will use to provide 15 meals. $3 from each lunch sold will be donated to the food bank, which will provide nine meals.

Houston Restaurant Weeks is the largest event of its kind and serves as the largest annual fundraiser for the Houston Food Bank, the largest facility of its kind in the U.S.

284 restaurants, from as far north as The Woodlands to as far south as Galveston, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks during 2017, offering multi-course meals ranging in price from $20 for lunch to $45 for dinner.

Restaurants will donate from $3 to $7 per meal sold to the Houston Food Bank. For list of restaurants taking part in Houston Restaurant Weeks and their menus visit HoustonRestaurantWeeks.com.