What Is DFW Restaurant Week?
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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Formerly KRLD Restaurant Week, we’re back as the same great summer food and wine event, but with a new name in 2013 to better reflect our stellar lineup of Metroplex-wide restaurants.
Restaurant Week gives you the opportunity to dine at over 130 participating restaurants throughout North Texas.
Discover fabulous three-course dinner and lunch menus at a special set price of either $35 or $45 per dinner (based on restaurant) and give back to charity, all in one seating.
For each prix fixe meal purchased, a portion will go back to either the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas or Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth to benefit families in need. Over the years, DFW Restaurant Week has helped raised millions for these worthy charities, including more than $760,000 last year alone!
Don’t miss this opportunity to treat yourself while helping others as you savor the flavors featured in DFW’s upscale dining scene.
You can start making reservations beginning Monday, July 15. That’s the official “Reservation Day” kick-off when the entire 2013 participant list will go live at DFWRestaurantWeek.com, and restaurants will begin accepting bookings*.
*Reservations Required. Ask your favorite participating restaurants for DFW Restaurant Week Reservations.
*Limited seating. Beverages, tax, and gratuity not included.
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