Support Harvey relief efforts by dining at these Houston restaurants

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These restaurants are giving back to victims of Harvey (KTRK)

Houstonians have helped each other in a number of ways since Harvey wreaked havoc on our city. Now, it's time to pay it forward by enjoying a night out.

Eat at any of these local restaurants, and know that a portion of your check is going to help your neighbors in need.
Arnaldo Richards' Picos

During the month of September, Picos will be donating $5 to the American Red Cross Houston for every "Fajitas For Two" purchased from Wednesday through Sunday.

Benjy's & Local Foods

All Benjy's and Local Foods locations will be donating 25 percent of their sales through this Sunday, Sept. 3 to the American Red Cross Houston.

Cane Rosso

The Neapolitan pizza restaurant is raffling off a free pizza per week for a year (valued at $780) to people who purchase a $50 ticket on its website. All proceeds benefit the Houston Food Bank.

Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse

The restaurant near the Galleria is donating 10 percent of all sales now through Saturday, Sept. 9 to Mayor Sylvester Turner's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.

Fogo de Chao

On Monday, Sept. 4 (Labor Day), Fogo de Cho will donate $10 from every adult entrée purchased to the Houston Food Bank in support of the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.

Plus, they're offering all first responders (police, fire, military, etc.) a free lunch or dinner at our restaurants in both Houston (8250 Westheimer Rd.) and The Woodlands (1900 Hughes Landing Blvd. Suite 400) now through (at least) Sept. 15.
King's Biergarten & King's BierHaus

Both King's Biergarten and King's BierHaus will be hosting a fundraiser on Labor Day, Sept. 4 titled "Come Together. A Fundraiser for Harvey.". 100 percent of proceeds from both locations will be donated directly towards Hurricane Harvey victims. Both locations will also serve as donation drop-off points that day for the following items:

-Toiletries (travel-sized shampoo, conditioner, and soap)
-Wheelchairs
-Bottled water
-Individually-packaged foods (not prepared)
-Pillows

-The Sitters have also created The Sitter Foundation to serve the mission of helping families who have experienced recent or sudden tragedies. For more information, please email help@sitterfoundation.com.

Lucille's

They are serving as a donation site and offering 15 percent off your meal if you drop off some of the items still needed for evacuees.

Perry's Steakhouse

Throughout September, all locations (except Champions, which was flooded) will serve a three-course, $49.95 menu with entree choices that include an eight-ounce surf and turf filet and the restaurant's signature pork chop. Perry's will donate $5 from each meal sold to JJ Watt's Harvey relief fund.

Snooze

An A.M. Eatery - On Saturday, all Texas locations will donate 10 percent of sales to the Houston Food Bank. On September 8, all locations will donate 10 percent of sales to Mayor Sylvester Turner's Harvey relief fund.

The Tasting Room

On selected weekend days in September, each location will donate 25 percent from every $40 ticket sold to JJ Watt's Harvey relief fund. Check Facebook for days and times.

Yauatcha

-Starting Sept. 1 and lasting until Oct. 1, all Yauatcha locations around the world will come together to help the Houston community by donating a portion of revenue from a special selection of menu items to the Mayor's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Participating restaurants include:

-Yauatcha Bengaluru
-Yauatcha City
-Yauatcha Houston
-Yauatcha Kolkata
-Yauatcha Mumbai
-Yauatcha New Delhi
-Yauatcha Soho
-Yauatcha Waikiki

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