Coronavirus and our community

On behalf of Grupo Herrera Restaurants, we want all of our staff, guests, and community to know that we are continuously monitoring the developments and coverage related to COVID-19.

All of our restaurants will remain open to serve you for the time being. We are enforcing our safety and employee policies along with increased sanitation and cleaning practices recommended by the CDC in order to keep everyone safe and healthy as we work diligently to maintain a clean environment. At each of our restaurants, we are:

  • Safely handling all products in the front and back of house.
  • Reinforcing the importance of frequent hygiene practices.
  • Increasing frequency of cleanings in high traffic and high touch point areas including chairs, tables, doorways, handles, point of sale screens, phones, glass, and more.
  • Following rigorous health and sanitation protocol, and taking increased measures including regular treatments of the premises with professional grade equipment using proper sanitizers and disinfectants.
  • Closely communicating with and monitoring the health status of our team members, and asking those who do not feel well to stay home.

In the event that an employee tests positive for COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone who has a confirmed positive test, any such Grupo Herrera team member is sent home be tested and to quarantine for two weeks. The entire premises is treated within a 24-hour time frame with the proper, approved sanitation and disinfecting products.

Alicia’s Mexican GrilleDario’s Steakhouse & Seafood, and Marvino’s are here to serve you in whichever way you feel most comfortable whether you dine with us, order for delivery, or take advantage of our curbside pickup. We are also continuing to develop the new Galiana’s Tex Mex so that we may share our latest exciting concept with you soon.

Our family has always taken great pride in keeping meticulous kitchen and restaurant spaces, and Mrs. Alicia continues to go through the kitchen checks with her white glove. Please know that we are committed to providing you with the safest and cleanest environment.

If you feel more comfortable staying home, remember that you can get your favorite dishes delivered to your doorstep by ordering through our partner DoorDash.

Thank you for your continued patronage and support. We look forward to serving you again.

With well wishes,
David, Alicia, Dario, Ubaldo, and Marvin Herrera and the GHR team.

Upcoming Houston Food Events: Go Wine Tasting at Revival Market

Alicia’s Mexican Grille is kicking off the new year with its first seasonal tequila and wine dinner series at all five locations around Houston. The winter event features handcrafted Goza Tequila cocktails as well as Franscian Cabernet, beginning with an entry cocktail and followed by an off-menu three-course dinner — squash blossom soup topped with shrimp and crabmeat, stuffed filet with Brandy chipotle black pepper sauce and volcano chocolate cake served a la mode. Tickets are $59 per person. Dinners run on Saturday, January 11 (Katy, 25725 Katy Freeway); Thursday, January 16 (Cypress, 26326 Northwest Freeway); Saturday, January 18 (Spring, 20920 Kuykendahl); Saturday, January 25 (Westchase, 12002 Richmond); and Saturday, February 1 (Sugar Land, 20420 Southwest Freeway).

Read the full article on houstonpress.com

Tequila and Wine Dinner at Alicia’s Mexican Grille

The Katy location hosts a three-course dinner featuring handcrafted Goza Tequila cocktails as well as Franscian Cabernet. On the menu are selections such as squash blossom soup topped with shrimp and crabmeat, paired with “El Arándano” made with Goza Reposado tequila, and filet mignon stuffed with panela cheese, served over a bed of portabello mushrooms and topped with brandy chipotle black pepper sauce, paired with 2014 Napa Valley Franciscan Cabernet. The cost is $59 per person and reservations can be made by calling 281-347-1800.

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Grupo Herrera, Hispanic Health raise money for scholarship to help aspiring Latino healthcare professionals

Did you know only 8% of the healthcare workforce is Latino? In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Hispanic Health and the Grupo Herrera Restaurants have partnered up to make change.

Dario Herrera and nursing student Karen Muguerza visit Morning Dose to talk about a scholarship fundraising campaign to assist students pursuing careers in the health and medical fields.

Muguerza, who was 1 out of 5 scholarship recipients last year, is currently studying at Texas Women’s University. She talks specifically about how this scholarship has made a difference in her life.

Read the full article on chron.com

Seasonal Tequila and Wine Dinners at Alicia’s Mexican Grille

Alicia’s Mexican Grille continues its seasonal tequila and wine dinners for the fall season, with this week’s dinner held at the Houston/Westchase location, 12002 Richmond. Guests can enjoy a three-course dinner and welcome drink with limited-edition Maestro Dobel tequila cocktails and off-menu dishes, including a Napa Valley red blend paired with pepper Cognac Angus beef filet and crab enchilada; and flan de cajeta paired with a Maestro Dobel Añejo Old Fashioned. Tickets are $59++ per person. Additional dates include Saturday, September 28 at the Sugar Land location, 20420 Southwest Freeway.

Read the full article on chron.com

Latin Restaurant Week is set to kick off in Houston June 2-16

The two-week menu showcase will feature more than 25 participating restaurants who will be offering special pricing on casual lunch or upscale dinners.

They’ll feature menu options ranging from $15 to $50.

Some of the restaurants participating will be Alicia’s Mexican Grille, Gauchos Do Sul, Los Cucos, Mucho Mexico, Sofrito Houston, Vida Mariscos Seafood & Sports Bar, Essentials Kitchen by Chef Martinez, Peruvian Sweets by Belen, and more

Read the full article on abc13.com