After seven (7!!) years of eating my way through Houston in the name of the blog, it’s pretty easy for me to say that my fave part about the “job” is getting to check out new or fun places at a discount. It’s also something that I know tons of people are envious of — the perks! We all want the perks!
But did you know there’s a Houston company enabling you (YES, YOU!) some of these fun perks?! EaterPass absolutely hooks its members up with great deals while also supporting Houston restaurants and bars (and like, y’all, we need to do that after 2020).
This post is sponsored by EaterPass but all opinions are completely my own!
Here’s how it works. The membership is $12 monthly or $120 annually. You do have to hop on a waitlist (stay tuned to our Instagram for a chance to skip the line!) and go through an approval process, but once you’re in… here’s what you get:
- 20% off your food and alcohol bill at EaterPass Partners
- 20% off to-go orders placed directly with participating Partners
- EaterPass donates 5% of every membership to Houston Kids’ Meals Inc. (love to see it!)
Not gonna lie… but these partners are legit. I live in the Heights and love how many spots around me are a part of EaterPass. But the locations are truly everywhere — and growing! EaterPass recently added Kin Dee and Calle Onze literally this week! Here’s where else I love on the EaterPass list:
- Wicklow Heights
- Craft Pita
- 8th Wonder Brewery (and the next door distillery!)
- Sweet Paris in Highland Village
Once you’re in, you get info on getting your digital pass — it’s an app on your phone! Then you just let your server / bartender know when you’re ordering, and it’s as easy as that!
The other thing I LOVE about EaterPass — and again, if you have food blogger envy, this is for you! — is that EaterPass really motivates you to post about your experience at these local spots. It’s great promo for our Houston businesses, right?!
So get your 20% off marg and snap a pic and tag EaterPass and the restaurant! Who knows… you might even get featured in EP’s newsletter…