While you're going crazy running from store to store to grab the best deals for Christmas gifts this Black Friday, you're definitely going to be starving for something good to eat. Why not stick with the theme of finding the best deals when it comes to where you'll eat or drink that day?
We've compiled a list of the places in Houston where you'll find discounted food and drinks on Black Friday. Everything tastes better when it's on sale.
Cafe Dolce Gelato 5135 West Alabama, 713-965-9987
The Galleria-area coffee shop and patisserie is inviting exhausted shoppers to kick back with 50 percent off Sicilian pistachio cream croissants, cappuccino and hot chocolate until noon on Friday.
Bistro Alex 800 Sorella Court, 713-827-3545
Happy hour lasts all day at Bistro Alex this Black Friday. All the specials, including half-price cocktails and appetizers featuring flatbreads and burgers, will be served from 10:30 a.m. until midnight.
Mi Cocina 1201 Lake Woodlands Dr., 281-298-6426
Mi Cocina offers extended happy hour hours from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Try a domestic beer for $3 or one of their appetizers and margaritas for just $5. If you bring your receipt from shopping that day, you'll get a free cup of queso with your happy hour treats.
RA Sushi 3908 Westheimer, 713-621-5800
Relax after a long day of shopping with sushi, appetizers, tapas and drinks at RA Sushi during their extended happy hour from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Each food item costs no more than $7.25 and every drink costs no more than $7.
TQLA 4601 Washington, 281-501-3237
From 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. if you bring your shopping receipt order one food item and get a second equally priced or cheaper one for just ten cents. What a great way to get rewarded for shopping.
The grocery chain is rewarding Black Friday shoppers who get their Christmas buying done in the stores by offering a special deal: All H-E-B plus! store customers who spend $50 or more on Black Friday will receive a coupon for $10 off to be used on Saturday, November 24, in H-E-B plus! stores.
Check back as Thanksgiving draws closer, because we'll update this post as more Black Friday dining deals roll in.
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