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2017 Restaurant Week Results

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The delicious results are in for last summer’s big 20th Anniversary DFW Restaurant Week. The August 2017 campaign raised nearly $796,000 for its charity partners the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and Lena Pope. This represents DFW Restaurant Week’s top annual fundraising to date, thanks to the diners, restaurants and sponsors who loyally enjoyed 20+ days of dining out and doing good for the community. The campaign is gratefully recognizing top restaurants for their exemplary fundraising and participation with the announcement of its 20th Anniversary DFW Restaurant Week Star Restaurant Awards.  Continue reading

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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: Continue reading

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Make Your Reservations Now For 2014 DFW Restaurant Week

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Rev those reservation fingers, Restaurant Week is once again upon us. Use the handy guide which holds all the details to find that perfect prix fixe meal on the cheap. Some great deals are to be found on the list, and this is a terrific way  to check out some restaurants you haven’t been to yet for whatever reason. As in the past, you will find $35 and $45  3-course meals, and lunches for $25 each, all benefiting the North Texas Food Bank  in Dallas, and the Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth.   Continue reading

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