Five Reasons to Eat in Midtown Houston This Fall

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Midtown Houston boasts a diverse range of restaurants sure to please any palate. From Mexican establishments to French cafes and Eastern European spots to classic American brunch, Midtown Houston has it all.

You can support the Midtown Houston community over delicious meals during a special edition of eat IN midtown this fall. The month-long culinary event offers residents a cost-effective taste of the area.

There are many reasons to visit new or beloved restaurants in Midtown Houston all year, but eat IN midtown ensures it’s particularly meaningful to do so throughout October and November. This foodie-themed campaign is traditionally held in the spring, however, following Hurricane Harvey, organizers decided to launch a fall version to support the revitalization of local restaurants.

Here are five reasons you’ll love being a part of the community enrichment efforts featuring daily specials, happy hours, and affordable brunch options:

Five Compelling Reasons You Should Eat in Midtown Houston

  1. Satisfy Your Taste Buds

First and foremost, there really is nothing better than a meal that hits the spot. eat IN midtown is the perfect excuse to take a chance on a type of food you’ve never tried before or indulge in a dessert to treat yourself.

  1. Support Local Businesses

Business owners impacted by flooding will be featured on the Midtown Houston website, eblasts and social media from October 15 to November 15 under the hashtag #eatINmidtown. Show your support directly for the local restaurants you adore.

  1. Save Money On Good Eats

You can expect a chance to sample the very best that Midtown Houston has to offer with special pricing at restaurants such as Luna Y Sol, Rico’s Morning + Noon + Night, CoCo Crêpes Waffles & Coffee, Tacos A Go Go, Charivari Restaurant and more.

  1. Connect Over Tasty Treats

There’s an abundance of world-class restaurants just waiting to be discovered by foodies and families alike. Reconnect with old friends or catch up with loved ones while you dine. It’s a great opportunity to celebrate close relationships.

  1. Promote Post-Harvey Recovery

This campaign is one of many ways Midtown Houston is working directly with business owners to help maintain economic sustainability in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. We want to ensure you can enjoy them for years to come.

Check out the entire list of participating restaurants at