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Sep 22

17th Street

Trinity Street to San Jacinto Blvd

Sep 22

East 6th

Brazos to IH-35

San Jacinto

East 5th St to East 7th


East 5th St to East 7th



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Event Details


Austin Restaurant Weeks

11:30 AM to 12:00 AM
Various restaurants throughout Austin
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Come and Give It!

The Central Texas Food Bank's new annual fundraising event, Austin Restaurant Weeks (ARW), will be held August 16 through September 3, with Tito’s Handmade Vodka as the presenting sponsor.

This two-week-long dining attraction will feature specially-priced meals and drinks from a unique array of Austin area restaurants and bars, including world class farm-to-table options and traditional local favorites.

During Austin Restaurant Weeks, participating establishments will offer prix fixe meals with a portion of the cost of each meal earmarked for the Food Bank. It's a delicious and easy way to help fight hunger, while enjoying some of the best restaurants our food-centric city has to offer. And since Austin Restaurant Weeks is planned entirely by Food Bank staff and volunteers, 100% of the contribution from each meal or beverage goes directly to fighting hunger in Central Texas, where a staggering 1 in 6 residents are food insecure.