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DFW’s 2014 Restaurant Week

Aug 14, 2014 04:33PM ● Published by Dia

There is still time to call your favorite – or what could be your next favorite - Southlake area eatery to participate in DFW’s 2014 Restaurant Week, benefiting the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope in Fort Worth.

Central Market is behind the Aug. 11-17 event, now in its 17th year. Restaurant patrons are able to try the amazing upscale restaurants North Texas is so famous for. Southlake Central Market General Manager Paul Harty said this is such a great event for DFW. “It combines something we all like to do anyway – eat – with charitable giving.”

Participating locations offer a three-course pre fix dinner menu at either $35 or $45 or a pre fixe lunch menu at $25. Proceeds – 20 percent of the meal cost – benefit charities right here in North Texas.

If you are still hungry after the three-course meal, Central Market offers 4th Course Certificates with every $25 purchase at participating locations. These certificates can be presented at the restaurant and are redeemable for a 4th course.

More than 125 restaurants have teamed up for this event, with a handful of them in the Southlake area. “This is a great way to create more exposure for our restaurant and at the same time benefit a charity we really believe in,” said Boi Na Braza Manager Josh Matheus.

At Boi Na Braza, patrons will be able to dine on their famous Brazilian cuisine that includes 16 cuts of meat, a including the salad bar – plus a desert – for the $45 price. “We’re not holding back,” Matheus said. “We are offering everything we normally have on our menu.”

Other restaurants are offering special menus for the Restaurant Week, including Ferrari’s Italian Villa & Chop House in Grapevine. Restaurant goers can choose from four different entrees on the dinner pre fix menu, and include a salad and dessert for the $35 cost.  

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