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Restaurant Week Highlights: Adelmo’s

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There are so many wonderful choices for Restaurant Week which began 21 years ago by Dallas’ most famous culinarian Jim White while he was working his restaurant show at KRLD. The very same Jim White who created Savor Dallas the magnificent food and wine extravaganza that grows stronger each year.

This week we wish to highlight a one of our favorite Restaurant Week choices by neighborhood starting in McKinney, Texas. Restaurant Week is a great way to become acquainted with new-to-you restaurants at a highly discounted cost with proceeds going to both the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth. 2017 proceeds were in excess of $796,000, so this is an important event for both charities who do marvelous work for our communities. Continue reading

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Tre Wilcox Featured at DFW Restaurant Week First Course Kick-Off Party

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Sip and savor in style with  Tre Wilcox to kick-off the 18th annual DFW Restaurant Week  First Course Kick-Off Party  Thursday, August 6th.  Join in the foodie frenzy and support the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope with an exclusive “first taste” of fare and craft cocktails from local restaurants at one of Big D’s most chic entertainment venues, Sixty Five Hundred.   Continue reading

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2015 DFW Restaurant Week Dates

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The highly anticipated 18th annual charity-dining event, DFW Restaurant Week, presented by Central Market, is announcing its 2015 feature dates: August 10-16, 2015. Benefiting organizations North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and Lena Pope are celebrating more than 125 restaurants and tens of thousands of diners who participated in the 2014 campaign, raising more than $715,800 to support the organizations’ life-changing work in our communities.

“DFW Restaurant Week is our single largest annual fundraiser thanks to our community, amazing chefs, restaurants and sponsors,” said Jan Pruitt, NTFB President and CEO. “We are excited for another great year of North Texas’ top dining experience, supporting our mission to put food on the table for hungry children, seniors and families throughout our region.”  Continue reading

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