Houston is a city that loves to eat and now, patrons can do it for a good cause.
During the month of August, The Union Kitchen will be serving special lunch and dinner menus donating the proceeds to Casa de Esperanza – a non-profit that "strives to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect for at-risk infants, children and their families," the website reads.
Despite the losses we’ve faced from COVID-19, there are people in Houston who make it their mission to give back.
For the second year in the city, August has been christened the Month of Gr8 Giving by Gr8 Plate Restaurant Hospitality. The Houston-based restaurant group owns six of The Union Kitchen locations including, three Jax Grill locations, The Rollin Kitchen food truck, and The Smokin’ Kitchen tailgate trailer which is run founders Paul and Doris Miller, who were awarded 2018 Restaurateur of the Year by the Greater Houston Restaurant Association.
Throughouthrough the entire month, The Union Kitchen menu will feature special two-course lunch and three-course dinner options. These include the Ahi Tuna Poke Salad, Gochujang Marinated Pork Shanks, Watermelon and Shrimp Salad, Truffle Mac & Cheese, Mushroom Demi Lamb Chops, Red Velvet Cheesecake, and Key West Key Lime Pie.
While you’re out at one of The Union Kitchen locations, the Millers and Casa de Esperanza strongly urge you to bring diapers of any size, baby food, baby wipes, toys (newborn - 3 years old), bottles, or clothes (newborn - 3 years old) if possible.
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