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2014 DFW Restaurant Week Announces Reservation Day

6-19-14-firstcourseGuess what is just around the corner? That’s right: the 17th annual DFW Restaurant Week presented by Central Market. This morning comes word that Reservation Day is July 14. That is when the list of participating restaurants will be unveiled and reservations will open for August dining. This year they are adding a festive DFW Restaurant Week First Course Kick-Off Party, on August 7! Celebrity chefs and spirited mixologists will be the stars of the show for this festive cirque-style evening kicking-off DFW Restaurant Week 2014. Attendees will whet their appetites with featured craft cocktails, wine, beer and delectable bites from 20+ favorite North Texas restaurants, along with live main stage music by Larry G(ee), circus-themed performers, chef demos, and more. Tickets go on sale today at, with 20 percent of every VIP and General Admission ticket also going to NTFB and Lena Pope.

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DFW Restaurant Week – Delectable Details

Diners can enjoy a different scene and cuisine every day as they select from more than 125 top restaurants offering delicious three-course prix fixe dinners for either $35 or $45, or the Cadillac Lunch Experience brought to you by Oak Farms Dairy, featuring three-course lunches for just $25, at select locations.  Twenty (20) percent from each meal purchased will be donated to one of the charity partners. On Reservation Day the official list of participating restaurants, menus and other delicious offerings will be live on, such as:

Preview sponsored by GuideLive: Aug. 8-10 – Advance weekend of dining at select restaurants

DFW Restaurant Week Dining – Aug. 11-17; with restaurant extensions through Aug. 24 or Aug. 31

Central Market Fourth Course – Spend $25 at local Central Markets and request a certificate for a free dinner course at participating restaurants! Earn “two for one” certificates on Reservation Day, July 14!

  • DJ Pisspants

    I really hope theres a piping-hot wad of Dicken Cider. I know Nancy Nichols loves a hot Dicken Cider!