CultureMap Fort Worth: These are the 5 best food and drink events in Fort Worth this week


It’s a week of multicourse dinners, including one that explores the cuisine of the Sonoma Coast and another that visits Paris. Non-wine drinkers will appreciate the option to indulge sans wine pairings at a lower price, and there’s also a dinner that caters to cocktail drinkers. By Friday, DFW Restaurant Week, which has morphed into an entire month, arrives with several restaurants participating in the annual fundraiser’s preview weekend.

Friday, August 2

DFW Restaurant Week
Far longer than a week, the annual dine-out fundraiser kicks off August 2 and now runs as long as four weeks at some area restaurants, including B&B Butchers & Restaurant, Del Frisco’s Grille, Rise, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, and The Capital Grille. Patrons can make reservations to indulge in a pre-set, multicourse meal for either $39 or $49 per person — a real bargain for some of Fort Worth’s priciest establishments like Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Grace, and Waters. There are nearly 30 restaurants in Fort Worth and the mid-cities area participating in the 22nd annual event, which benefits the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home. Read More. 

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