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2013 DFW Restaurant Week Reservation Day Is July 15

executive-chefby Jennifer Thomas

It’s time for diners to prepare their palates for North Texas’ hottest summer food and wine event, the 16th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market. Back with a new name and pricing options to spotlight the stellar lineup of participating restaurants throughout the Metroplex, DFW Restaurant Week will once again be supporting the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home.

The culinary festivities will kick-off with Reservation Day, July 15, when the much-anticipated list of this year’s participating restaurants and menus will be unveiled at their website, and diners will begin making reservations for the main week of Aug. 12-18.     

Diners  can  enjoy  a  different  scene  and  cuisine  every  day  as  they  select  from  more  than  125  top  restaurants  offering  delicious  three-­‐course  prix  fixe  dinners  for  either  $35  or  $45  (new  this  year  for  select  restaurants),  or  the  Cadillac  Lunch  Experience  brought  to  you  by  Oak  Farms  Dairy,  featuring  three-­‐course  lunches  for  just  $25  at  many  locations.    Twenty  (20)  percent  from  each  meal  purchased  will  be  donated  to  charity  partners,  the  North  Texas  Food  Bank  in  Dallas  or  the  Lena  Pope  Home  in  Fort  Worth.

Central Market will be back with their famous “fourth course’ certificates. For each $25 you spend at Central Market you receive a certificate for that fourth course.

“DFW  Restaurant  Week  is  one  of  our  most  popular  and  important  fundraisers,”  said  Jan  Pruitt, president  and  CEO,  North  Texas  Food  Bank.    “It’s  an  ideal  way  to  enjoy  a  fabulous  meal  at  a  deal, while  also  putting  food  on  tables  for  children,  families  and  seniors  in  need.    The  donation  from  just  one dinner  purchased  during  the  campaign  will  provide  up  to  27  meal for  hungry  North  Texans.

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