DFW Restaurant Week may have an uninspired name, but it sure has become a force in the area food scene. Every August, certain restaurants across the metroplex offer specially planned three-course prix fixe dinners for either for either $35 or $45. Of that discounted price, 20% goes to charity. This year, the proceeds go to benefit the local hunger relief foundatoin, the North Texas Food Bank. While the vast majority of participating restaurants are located in Dallas and Fort Worth, a couple of local restaurants are involved this year. Read on to find out which ones!
Ever wanted to check out everything that Queenie's or Barley and Board has to offer, but didn't want to foot the bill? DFW Restaurant Week is your chance to check out some amazing food at both places at a slight discount and make an impact on local food insecurity.
Queenie's has their Restaurant Week menu published online (you can check it out here). Spoiler: it features a mini version of their famous "backdough" donuts that are usually only available late night on Friday and Saturday. We've reached out to Barley and Board to find out what their menu will feature, but we'll sure it will be delicious no matter what.
Well familiar with both Denton restaurants and feel like getting out of town a bit? There are several restaurants in nearby Flower Mound that are participating in the event, as well. Prime Farm to Table, Carvao Prime Brazilian Steakhouse, Bistecca, Twelve Stones, and a few more dining establishments are available to choose from. You can check out the full list of restaurants from across DFW on Open Table.