America’s largest and most popular Asian food feast returns to The Astorian in Houston on October 27th for a Hurricane Harvey relief benefit. This year’s proceeds will be donated to the Houston Food Bank and presenting sponsor Suntory Whiskey is matching tickets sales to double the donation.
They’ve recently released their menu which includes great restaurants from new like Aqui and Seaside Poke, to loved favorites Underbelly, Mala Sichuan and more.
Unlike the Asian American food communities of East and West Coast metropoles that are frequently depicted by mainstream media as driven by affluent East Asians (Japanese, Chinese, Korean), Houston’s Asian culinary scenes boast an aesthetically and gastronomically much more brilliant heritage of South and Southeast Asian working class heroes, for whom cuisine is not just a luxury but a legacy. These are food cultures that celebrate sharing and adapting; spices and surprises. From some of the oldest kitchens of Asian America to newly defined concepts ushered by second and third generation chefs, LUCKYRICE Houston honors the community with a night of magic.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit: http://luckyrice.com/event/houston-feast-2/