Over the past 26 years, DFW Restaurant Week has raised nearly $12 million in donations for its charity partners, including $1 million in 2019 alone. North Texas’ largest culinary event and the nation’s second longest running restaurant week campaign, DFW Restaurant Week officially kicks off August 7th!
Explore a variety of cuisines with premier restaurants across Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties through an expanded selection of a prix-fixe menu dining options – including lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and Signature Experience dinners. 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.
Three-courses for either $39 ($8 donated) or $49 ($10 donated)
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. Timing varies.
Two-courses for $24 ($5 donated) at many restaurants
Two-courses for $29 ($6 donated) at select restaurants
How does DFW Restaurant Week work?
Throughout the campaign, dine out at more than 100 participating restaurants across the Metroplex offering prix-fixe (set price) DFW Restaurant Week menus for lunch, dinner / signature dinners and weekend brunch. The restaurant will donate approximately 20 percent of the cost of each meal to our charity partners the North Texas Food Bank (Dallas area) or Lena Pope (Tarrant area). Dine out and give back this August!
When is DFW Restaurant Week?
DFW Restaurant Week 2023 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!
Aug. 3 – Aug. 6
Week 1: Aug. 7 – Aug .13
Week 2: Aug. 14 – Aug. 20
Week 3: Aug. 21 – Aug. 27
Week 4: Aug. 28 – Sept. 3
How much does it cost?
Participating restaurants offer a variety of prix-fixe menu dining options with approximately 20 percent of the cost of each meal donated to NTFB in the Dallas area or Lena Pope in the Tarrant area:
• Dinner – Three-courses for either $39 ($8 donated) or $49 ($10 donated)
• 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
Which restaurants take part?
More than 100 restaurants across North Texas – Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton Counties – are taking part in this year’s event!
How and when can I make dining reservations for DFW Restaurant Week?
Dining reservations can be made throughout the campaign, starting Monday, July 10, 2023! View the list of restaurants on this site and click to view the menus and make reservations via OpenTable. You can also make reservations by contacting the restaurant directly. Be sure to specify that the reservation is for DFW Restaurant Week when booking and request the DFW Restaurant Week menu when you arrive!
What is the Fourth Course Certificate and how can I get a one?
Many restaurants offer a free DFW Restaurant Week dinner course when you present your FedEx Office Fourth Course Certificate. Beginning July 10, spend $10 at a local FedEx Office location to receive a Fourth Course Certificate at the register with your qualifying receipt.
How does DFW Restaurant Week benefit local charities?
Dine out and give back with every delicious meal! Participating restaurants donate approximately 20 percent of the price of each meal to the North Texas Food Bank in the Dallas area or Lena Pope in the Tarrant area to help local children and families in need. Diners are encouraged to make additional donations to these beloved charities if they are able to do so.