Houston’s Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille Participates in Restaurant Weeks

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The small chain helps to raise money for Houston Food Bank during the next month

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The menu will offer new and signature items.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille will be participating in the eleventh annual Houston Restaurant Weeks, Sugar Land Sun reports. The restaurant ill offer a special three-course menu for $45 per person from August 1st through September 2nd.  For every dinner purchased from the Restaurant Weeks menu, Perry’s will donate $7 to the Houston Food Bank, which works to benefit the greater Houston area.

The Restaurant Weeks menu will feature some menu options not previously seen on their menu, like grilled salmon and white chocolate cheesecake. Many of the signature favorites will also be available, like pear salad, Perry’s Famous Pork Chop, and "Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Bar Pie".

All six Houston-area locations of the restaurant will be participating, and this is the sixth year the small chain has participated in Restaurant Weeks as an organization. Last year, Perry’s raised more than $130,000 for the Houston Food Bank, which made up about 10% of the total donations given by Houston Restaurant Weeks. The restaurant hopes to have similar success this year. 

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