HOUSTON, Texas — Get ready for the most delicious food and drink events in the city, take day-offs and mark the dates to make sure you’ll not forget. Check out the new specials and three-course offers at different restaurants.
Carmelo’s Cucina Italiana
You can check out a trio of news specials in response to the construction on Memorial and in the Energy Corridor area across the restaurant’s renovations. The three-course Memorial Power Lunch for guests will be $19.81 per person, Mon-Fri from 11 AM to 2 PM), the Nighty Wine and Dine will cost $65 per person, Mon-Sat during dinner time). It includes a choice of an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Also, 4 unique Italian wines are included as well. The Sunday Supper will be $29.95 per adult person and $11 for children under 12). The dinner which is family-style will include 3 choosing appetizers, entrees and an assortment of desserts. (Address: 14795 Memorial Dr., Houston, TX)
There is a Mangia!Mangia! event taking place at Central Market which celebrates all things Italian. During the 2-week festival, the store will be full of Italian products and ingredients from different corners of the world. Also, Italian wines, meats, and cheese will be available to purchase. A cooking school will be held on Oct. 14 from 6:30 PM to 9 PM, the price will be $60 per person. (Address: 3815 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX, Date: 10/30/2018)
The Capital Grill
Starting from now and continuing through Sunday, Nov 18 will be hosting Wagyu and Wine. It is inviting its guest to try one of the 3 hand-made Wagyu burgers paired with Italian wine. The price will be $25 per person with selection options of the ingredients. (Address: 5365 Westheimer, 840 West Sam Houston Parkway North)
Arnaldo Richard’s Picos
Day of the Dead event will be celebrated with 2 specials at Arnaldo Richard’s Picos. Enjoy a dessert spread – including calabaza en dacha, pan de muerto, dulce de guayaba and calaveritas de dulce. Per person, it will be $32. (Address: 3601 Kirby Dr., Houston, TX, Date: 10/28/2018)
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