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DFW Restaurant Week Participating Restaurants Revealed

Enjoy prix fixe meals at over 140 restaurants while supporting North Texas charities
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DFW Restaurant Week returns this August with over 140 local restaurants offering prix fixe meals to benefit the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and Lena Pope. From Aug. 5 through Sept. 1, diners can enjoy the best of Dallas-Fort Worth’s culinary scene while supporting these charities.

Reservations open on July 8, with the list of participating restaurants available on, including Knife, Komodo, JOA, Fleming’s, Dee Lincoln Prime, Nick & Sam’s Steakhouse, Wicked Butcher, Carbone Vino, CRÚ Food & Wine Bar, and more. 

The event starts with a preview weekend from Aug. 1-4 at select restaurants, followed by the main week from Aug. 5-11. Dining continues through week 2 (Aug. 12-18), week 3 (Aug. 19-25), and week 4 (Aug. 26-Sept. 1). Diners can enjoy prix-fixe menus for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, with 20 percent of each meal's cost donated to NTFB in Dallas or Lena Pope in Tarrant County. Dinner options include three courses for $49 or $59, with $10 or $12 donated. The signature experience dinner, priced at $99, includes additional courses or special features, with $20 donated per meal. Lunch and weekend brunch offerings are available for $29, with $6 donated from each meal.

“Diners can enjoy excellent food at some of the finest restaurants, knowing that each meal helps provide three nutritious meals to neighbors in need for every dollar donated by the restaurant. Participating in DFW Restaurant Week is a wonderful way to make a lasting difference,” said Trisha Cunningham, president and CEO of the North Texas Food Bank in an official statement. 

Special offerings for DFW Restaurant Week 2024 include:

  • Reservation Day Happy Hour: On July 8, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., Moxies Uptown Dallas will host a celebration with special prices on drinks and bites, along with samples from Stella Artois, the official beer of DFW Restaurant Week.

  • DFW Restaurant Week Fourth Course by FedEx Office: Starting in mid-July, spending $10 at a local FedEx Office location will earn diners a certificate for an additional dinner course at participating restaurants.

  • Market Street’s DFW Restaurant Week Recipes with Matt: Market Street Corporate Chef Matt Crowson created a recipe book to bring the DFW Restaurant Week experience into home kitchens. For every book purchased, Market Street will donate $10 to NTFB and Lena Pope.

  • DFW Restaurant Week Staff Appreciation Gallery presented by Society Insurance: An online photo gallery will celebrate the restaurant staff who make the event possible. Diners are encouraged to show their appreciation to restaurant teams when dining out.

  • UBER One for DFW Restaurant Week: UBER ONE membership benefits can be used to save on UBER and Uber Eats during the event.

“Participating in DFW Restaurant Week supports children and families across Tarrant County. Lena Pope’s counseling, education, and behavior intervention programs ensure that every member of our community can thrive,” said Ashley Elgin, CEO of Lena Pope.

Over the past 27 years, DFW Restaurant Week has raised more than $11 million for NTFB and Lena Pope, supporting critical community services. Last year’s event raised $545,128 in donations.

For more information and to make reservations starting July 8, visit 

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