Dallas Restaurant Week - Dallas Metro Moms


Mark your calendar for DFW Restaurant Week 2023! The Metroplex’s  largest annual culinary event is returning for its 27th year this August, benefiting longtime charity partners the North  Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and Lena Pope with every delicious prix-fixe meal for a deal. Diners can celebrate Dallas  – Fort Worth’s acclaimed restaurant scene with four weeks of dining this Aug. 7 through Sept. 3. The excitement  begins on Reservation Day, Monday, July 10, when the list of participating restaurants will be unveiled with a new  campaign website introducing a variety of tasty new features for diners.  


DFW Restaurant Week officially kicks off Aug. 7–13, but diners can get a head start with Preview Weekend at select  restaurants Aug. 3–6, and extend dining at most eateries for additional weeks through, Sept. 3. Dine out for a cause  at more than 100 restaurants across Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, and Denton counties offering exclusive prix-fixe menus  for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Approximately 20 percent of the cost of each meal will be donated to NTFB  in the Dallas area or Lena Pope in the Tarrant area. Dining options include:  

  • Dinner – Three-courses for either $39 ($8 donated) or $49 ($10


  • Signature Experience Dinner – $99 ($20 donated) – Exclusive VIP

experience created by select restaurants. Features may include  

signature cocktails, chef’s table or additional courses crafted for  an especially memorable meal 

  • Lunch – Two-courses for $24 ($4 donated) at many restaurants Weekend Brunch – Two-courses for $29 ($6 donated) at select restaurants  

The reimagined DFWRestaurantWeek.com – launching on Reservation  Day, July 10 – will enable diners to easily explore participating restaurants,  menus, features, and events; create a customized Restaurant Week dining  itinerary for every occasion; and make reservations – all in a few clicks.  


DFW Restaurant Week 2023 features a variety of special offerings to  elevate the diner experience. Don’t miss: 

Reservations Open July 10 

Preview Weekend Aug. 3 – Aug. 6 

Main Week 

Week 1 | Aug. 7 – Aug .13 


Week 2 | Aug. 14 – Aug. 20 Week 3 | Aug. 21 – Aug. 27 Week 4 | Aug. 28 – Sept. 3

  • Reservation Day Happy Hour at Harper’s – July 10 – 4pm – 6pm – Join us at Harper’s in Deep Ellum to  celebrate the opening of DFW Restaurant Week reservations with Stella Artois, the official beer of DFW Restaurant Week. Enjoy half price drinks and bites and Stella samples. Benefits NTFB.
  • DFW Restaurant Week Fourth Course by FedEx Office – Enjoy a FREE DFW Restaurant Week Fourth Course.  Beginning July 10, spend $10 at a local FedEx Office location and receive a certificate for an additional dinner course at participating restaurants!
  • Market Street’s DFW Restaurant Week Recipes with Matt – Extend the festivities to your own kitchen by  cooking up delicious recipes created by Market Street Corporate Chef Matt Crowson, capturing the Market  Street mission of making Everyday Extraordinary. For every recipe book purchased at its local stores,  Market Street will donate $10 to NTFB and Lena Pope.  

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  • DFW Restaurant Week Staff Appreciation Gallery presented by Society Insurance – It’s not all about the  food – It’s also about the people. Help us thank the hardworking restaurant staff who make it all happen!  Visit our online photo gallery and, when you dine out for DFW Restaurant Week, be sure to show your  appreciation to the restaurant teams for all they do!  
  • UBER One for DFW Restaurant Week – Use your UBER ONE membership benefits to save on UBER during  DFW Restaurant Week! Become a member for just $9.99 a month. 

“Far too many neighbors in our community do not know where they will find their next meal. With the money raised  over the past 25 years through DFW Restaurant Week, participating diners have provided over 33 million meals to  those facing hunger in North Texas,” said Trisha Cunningham, North Texas Food Bank president and CEO. “We are  grateful for those who support the annual event, including the many restaurants. Their partnership is key to creating  lasting change for our neighbors and working toward a hunger-free and healthy North Texas.” 

Created to celebrate and support the unique Dallas – Fort Worth community and its culinary scene, DFW Restaurant  Week benefits both local charities and restaurant businesses. Over the past 26 years, DFW Restaurant Week has  helped make the traditionally slow late-summer season busier for restauranteurs while also raising more than $11  million for NTFB and Lena Pope. Last year’s 25th Anniversary DFW Restaurant Week raised an impressive $402,547 

in donations for the longtime charity partners.  

“The clients and staff of Lena Pope are so grateful to benefit from all the great meals offered and served through  DFW Restaurant Week each year. The impact really adds up and makes a difference in what we are able to do: the  more people dine out, the more funds are raised, and the more support we can give to local children and families  through counseling, education, and behavior interventions,” said Lena Pope CEO Ashley Elgin, Ph.D. “We hope our  Tarrant area residents recognize this as a way they can help their neighbor – simply by enjoying a terrific DFW  Restaurant Week meal at one of our generous, participating partner restaurants.” 

Don’t miss out! Starting July 10, visit the new website to explore the restaurant options and make your reservations.  Dining reservations can also be made via OpenTable or directly with restaurants. Be sure to mention DFW  Restaurant Week and request the campaign menu to ensure that the charities receive the special donation. Find all  the delicious details at DFWRestaurantWeek.com. 


DFW Restaurant Week is an Audacy event. VIP happy hours and tasting events are presented by Nestle Premium  Waters, featuring Acqua Panna, San Pellegrino; and Stella Artois, the official beer of DFW Restaurant Week. FedEx  Office is presenting the DFW Restaurant Week Fourth Course. Society Insurance is recognizing the hardworking  restaurant teams who make it happen with the DFW Restaurant Week Staff Appreciation Gallery. Diners can use  their Uber One membership to save on UBER during DFW Restaurant Week. Market Street is presenting DFW  Restaurant Week Recipes with Matt cookbooks benefiting the charity partners. OpenTable and The Lovell Group also sponsor DFW Restaurant Week.  


DFW Restaurant Week is North Texas’ largest culinary event and the second longest running restaurant week in the  country. Each summer, diners enjoy delicious prix fixe meals for a deal at fine dining restaurants across the area,  with a portion of the price donated to the North Texas Food Bank or Lena Pope. Over the past 26 years, DFW  Restaurant Week has raised more than $11 million in donationsfor its charity partners, including a record-breaking 

$1 million in 2019 alone. DFW Restaurant Week is an Audacy event. For the full dish on DFW Restaurant  Week, please visit dfwrestaurantweek.com and follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.  

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The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a top-ranked non-profit hunger-relief organization that sources, packages and  distributes food through a network of more than 400 Partner Agencies and organizations across 13 North Texas  counties. The organization also provides food to children, seniors and families through various direct-delivery  programs, including mobile pantries. It is ranked 87th on Forbes 2022 Top 100 Charities in America. 

In its last fiscal year, the NTFB provided access to nearly 137 million nutritious meals, a 9% percent increase over  the prior year. In response to the ongoing elevated hunger crisis, the organization has launched a $500 million  campaign, Nourish North Texas, to provide more food for today and hope for tomorrow by addressing the barriers  to food security that our neighbors face.  

The North Texas Food Bank is designated a 4-Star Exceptional organization by Charity Navigator based on its  governance, integrity and financial stability. NTFB is a partner of Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger-relief  organization. 


Serving children and families for 93 years, Lena Pope has a rich and storied history in Fort Worth. Since its inception  in 1930, Lena Pope has identified the needs of local children and delivered effective services to meet those needs.  Today, Lena Pope’s mission is to equip children, families, caregivers, and our community with a strong foundation.  Lena Pope’s programming focuses on prevention and early intervention services that support child development and  improve behavioral and mental health. By investing in high-quality early education, mental health services, and  behavioral interventions early on, Lena Pope offers children and families in Fort Worth and Tarrant County the tools  necessary for success. For more information, visit LenaPope.org