Restaurant Week Gearing Up Aug 3rd

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During the DFW Restaurant Week campaign in August, diners can experience a different scene and cuisine each day as they select from more than 130 restaurants across the Metroplex offering delicious three-course prix fixe dinners for either $39 or $49.  Many restaurants will also offer the DFW Restaurant Week Cadillac Lunch, featuring two-course lunches for just $20. Twenty percent of each meal purchased will be donated to one of the charity partners, NTFB or Lena Pope. Calloway’s Nursery is the new partner for the 20th Anniversary DFW Restaurant Week Fourth Course Certificates.  Among the campaign highlights:

  • Preview Weekend – Aug. 4-6 – Advance “Preview” dining at select restaurants
  • DFW Restaurant Week – Aug. 7-26 – 20 Days of Restaurant Week
    • Main Week Aug. 7-13, with most restaurants extending through Aug. 20 or Aug. 26
  • Calloway’s Nursery | DFW Restaurant Week Fourth CourseCertificates – Spend $25 at any local Calloway’s Nursery and request a certificate for a FREE additional dinner course at participating restaurants! One certificate required for each diner. Earn double Fourth Course certificates on Reservation Day, July 10!

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“Thanks to the community, DFW Restaurant Week has become our largest annual fundraiser and we’re expecting our most successful campaign ever for this year’s 20th anniversary,” said Simon Powell, North Texas Food Bank interim president and CEO. “Dine out for a deal during DFW Restaurant Week knowing that every dollar donated from your meal provides another three meals for hungry North Texans.”

DFW Restaurant Week Food & Wine Night at One Arts Plaza| Aug. 3

The DFW Restaurant Week Food & Wine Night will officially kick-off DFW Restaurant Week with an evening of food and fun. Attendees will enjoy a variety of culinary experiences by top restaurants, domestic and international wines, cocktails and more. Live entertainment including a special performance by Linda Eder. The event is slated for Thursday, Aug. 3, at venue partner One Arts Plaza in Dallas. General admission and VIP tickets now on sale at DFWRestaurantWeek.com.

“DFW Restaurant Week plays a vital role in helping Lena Pope provide access to high-quality mental health services and educational experiences to all local children and families regardless of income,” said Lena Pope CEO Todd A. Landry.  “This annual tradition is so much more than an opportunity to enjoy a great meal. It’s a chance to make life better for someone else in our community.”

20th Anniversary DFW Restaurant Week presented by Your Metroplex Cadillac Dealers

A highly anticipated annual charitable campaign, DFW Restaurant Week is known as summer’s hottest North Texas dining event! Each August, diners enjoy delicious prix fixe dinners and lunches at more than 130 participating restaurants, with 20 percent of each meal going to the North Texas Food Bank in the Dallas area or Lena Pope in Tarrant County. DFW Restaurant Week is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary in 2017, boasting millions donated to its local charity partners, including more than $700,000 raised in 2016 alone. DFW Restaurant Week presented by Your Metroplex Cadillac Dealers is a CBS RADIO DFW event. The 20th anniversary campaign is proudly sponsored by Texas Beef Council, Calloway’s Nursery, OpenTable, and FreshPoint. For the full dish on DFW Restaurant Week, please visit dfwrestaurantweek.com and follow on FacebookTwitter & Instagram.

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