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DFW Restaurant Week

Reader Reviews: DFW Restaurant Week 2016

DFW Restaurant 2016 is officially underway. Today SideDish begins our daily DFW Restaurant Week 2016 Reader Review posts.
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Proof + Pantry. Photo by Catherine Downes.

DFW Restaurant 2016 is officially underway. If you haven’t made reservations, check the list and choose from this list of over 125 restaurants. In case you need a refresher: DFW Restaurant Week (almost a month for some restaurants) offers special three-course prix fixe dinners for either for either $35 or $45, or the Cadillac Lunch Experience, brought to you by Oak Farms Dairy, which features two-course lunches for just $20. Central Market Fourth Course Certificates: spend $25 at local Central Markets and request a certificate for a FREE additional dinner course at participating restaurants. Twenty percent from each meal purchased will be donated to one of the charity partners Lena Pope and the North Texas Food Bank. Some will participate until August 31. Here is a list of the participating restaurants.

Today SideDish begins our daily DFW Restaurant Week 2016 Reader Review posts. Every morning you will have a space to write about your experiences at various restaurants. I also encourage you to tip your servers generously and if they go over and above their normal duties, which they are already doing, take down their names, snap a photo, and send them to me. Each Friday, I will post the SideDish Server of the Week.
Go. Eat. Report.

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