The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau will be hosting the Restaurant Week 2021 Finale at Pour Brothers Brewery on Sunday, March 14, 2021 from 12 - 6 p.m. in conjunction with Boomtown Market. This vendor market at the brewery, brings together local artisans, food trucks, live music, beer, and more! In addition to the amazing activities taking place, the Beaumont Bock Beer can design will be announced.

Beaumont Bock

About Restaurant Week

The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is excited to announce the third annual #EATBMT Restaurant Week will take place March 4-14,2021. The 10-day event will showcase 30+ local restaurants in the Golden Triangle and celebrate the area’s diverse culinary scene with restaurants offering special fixed menus for $10, $20, and $30 for dine-in or take out.

“The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau has always touted the local food scene as a staple of our community and with 2020 as hard as it was on the restaurant industry, it’s more important than ever to support your favorite local eatery so we can make sure their doors stay open and we can continue to get our favorite bites,” said Marketing Director, Christina Majdalani Lokey. “We just want to help in any way we can.”

New for 2021 is the introduction of the Beaumont Bock Beer, produced locally by Pour Brothers Brewery. Kegs will be available at participating restaurants with diners having the opportunity to vote on their favorite can design and take home a free pint glass in the process.

We'll be fully kicking off the celebration on First Thursday downtown (3/4) which will unveil a BRAND-NEW art installation and Beaumont’s first Instagram popup. Created in collaboration with acclaimed Houston artist Shelbi Nicole Designs, we're on a mission to infuse a bit of whimsy and good times into a year that deserves a bright spot.

The festivities continue on Saturday (3/6) with the first-ever ArTaco Festival, Beaumont’s newest outdoor, socially distanced festival puts culinary and creativity on full display. All crafts will be free and attendees the option to purchase a $10 punch card for bites and beers good for 4 tacos + 8 beer samples. There will be music, art, and vendors between the Art Museum of Southeast Texas and the Fire Museum of Texas.

Now in its third iteration, Beaumont Restaurant Week has been record-setting each year with most participating restaurants seeing a 7-18% increase in revenue. The inaugural event drew nearly 15k diners and recorded close to 500K in sales.