June 29, 2022

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These Houston restaurants are selling dishes to raise money for Ukraine

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Berryhill: The Mexican restaurant will donate a portion of its Baja-style fish tacos sales to the National Bank of Ukraine’s fund for the Ukraine Armed Forces.

Houston deli Kenny & Ziggy's is donating a portion of its sales of Ukrainian meatballs to help fight the Ukraine crisis spurred by Russia's invasion.

Houston deli Kenny & Ziggy’s is donating a portion of its sales of Ukrainian meatballs to help fight the Ukraine crisis spurred by Russia’s invasion.

Paula Murphy

Kenny & Ziggy’s: The New York-style deli is raising money for Razom for Ukraine through the sale of its Ukrainian meatballs. Kenny & Ziggy’s will contribute $4 for every main course order of meatballs ($23.95) and $2 for every appetizer order ($13.95). The aid effort will run indefinitely.

Lucille’s: Chris Williams’ hospitality group donated $10,000 to CARE and the National Bank of Ukraine. The restaurant is also donating a portion of its profits on a weekly basis.

Phat Eatery: Chef Alex Au-Yeung’s Malaysian restaurant in Katy is donating 100 percent of proceeds from its roti canai ($5) sales. The flaky Indian flatbread is Phat Eatery’s contribution to the #ChefsForUkraine campaign benefiting World Central Kitchen (WCK), chef José Andrés’ disaster-focused nonprofit that has a team in Poland feeding Ukrainian refugees.

Pier 6's Kyiv Cocktail is made with Blue Chair Rum, peach schnapps, Blue Curacao and pineapple juice.

Pier 6’s Kyiv Cocktail is made with Blue Chair Rum, peach schnapps, Blue Curacao and pineapple juice.

Pier 6 Seafood & Oyster House

Pier 6 Seafood & Oyster House: The San Leon restaurant created a special Kyiv Cocktail ($10) made with Blue Chair Rum, peach schnapps, Blue Curaçao and pineapple juice. Pier 6 will donate 100 percent of the drink’s proceeds to WCK.

Rustika: All four locations of the cafe and bakery will raise money for the International Rescue Committee through its dessert happy hour, which runs until March 31, Monday through Saturday from 2 p.m. to close.


Three Brothers Bakery: The Houston bakery’s three locations are selling a sugar cookie decorated with the Ukraine flag colors. They will donate $2.50 of each cookie sold ($4.99) to a fundraiser organized by the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston for Ukrainian relief efforts. Three Brothers will also ship a dozen cookies for $79.88; $30 of that will be donated.

Underbelly Hospitality: Chris Shepherd’s restaurant group is donating funds to WCK. Georgia James Tavern will donate 100 percent of its beverage revenue to WCK on March 10, Georgia James on March 11 and Wild Oats on March 13. Additionally, 20 percent of every bottle sold from a temporary wine list at Georgia James will be donated to WCK; this promotion will run until the restaurant moves to Regent Square in May.



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