FAQ: DFW Restaurant Week 2014
North Texas’ hottest summer dining event, the 17th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market, is back starting August 11, 2014.
Dine Out to enjoy delicious three-course prix fixe dinners ($35 or $45) and lunches ($25)
Discover more than 125 of the finest restaurants across Dallas/Fort Worth
Give Back to the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas or Lena Pope in Fort Worth, helping local children and families in need, with every meal
DFW Restaurant Week FAQs
Q: When does DFW Restaurant Week start?
A: The 17th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market starts Aug. 11-17, 2014, but many restaurants will participate in Preview weekend starting Aug. 8, and also extend participation through August 31! Check out the official DFW Restaurant Week list for details!
Q: Which restaurants are participating this year?
A: Check out the Official DFW Restaurant Week List of our participating restaurants and offerings!
Q: How much does it cost to dine out during DFW Restaurant Week?
A: Restaurants will offer prix fixe dinners for either $35 or $45 with many also offering the Cadillac Lunch Experience brought to you by Oak Farms Dairy for $25 (tax and gratuity separate.) To see which restaurants are offering various dinner and lunch options, see our official DFW Restaurant Week list.
Q: How does DFW Restaurant Week benefit local charities?
A: Twenty (20)% of every meal goes to support the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas and Lena Pope in Fort Worth help local children and families in need. That’s $5 for every lunch, $7 for every $35 dinner, and $9 for every $45 dinner.
Reservations for DFW Restaurant Week
Q: When can I begin making DFW Restaurant Week dining reservations?
A: Monday, July 14 is the official “Reservation Day!” Book online, or contact restaurants directly. Be sure to specify that the reservation is for DFW Restaurant Week!
Wine Pairings and Cocktails
Q: Will restaurants offer wine pairings or specialty cocktails?
A: Yes! Restaurants offering wine pairings and themed cocktails will be indicated on our official DFW Restaurant Week list. Please note that beverages are an extra charge and not included in the special dinner pricing. Refer to the restaurant’s DFW Restaurant Week menu or ask your server for details on pairings!
Central Market Fourth Course Certificates
Q: What is the Central Market Fourth Course promo and where can I get a certificate?
A: Many restaurants offer a additional “Fourth Course” menu item, complimenting the dinner selections. Receive this free offering by presenting your Central Market Fourth Course Certificate. Certificates are available beginning Reservation Day, July 14, at the five local Central Market locations (Dallas – Lovers, Dallas – Preston Royal, Fort Worth, Plano, and Southlake) with a store purchase of $25 or more. Simply present your qualifying receipt at the Central Market Info Desk to claim your certificate. Check out restaurants offering the Central Market Fourth Course on our official DFW Restaurant Week list.
Reservation Day Deal: Monday, July 14 is your chance to receive two for one! Make a qualifying purchase of $25 or more and receive two (2) Central Market Fourth Course certificates!
DFW Restaurant Week First Course Party
Q: What is this First Course Party I keep hearing about?
A: The DFW Restaurant Week First Course Party, set for Thursday, Aug. 7, features mixologists and star chefs for a festive cirque-style evening kicking-off the 17th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market! Ticket sales benefit the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope, so there’s even more reason to celebrate! Find more information and purchase tickets online.
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