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PaperCity: Party at Paul’s Turns Into Jewel of a Charity Preview, Draws a Who’s Who and a Fleet of Big Boy Toys

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Jewel Charity is always a fabulous affair, but another great one — leading up to the main event, is the Men’s Party. Recently held at the home of longtime organization supporter Paul Dorman it was a who’s who of Fort Worth. Aptly dubbed, “Party at Paul’s” it was the ticket to be had as seen by the massively long queue of luxury, boy-toy cars snaking their way up Shady Oaks Lane towards the valet. Since this was a “Men’s” event there were no frilly finger foods, but rather hearty fare (who doesn’t want to hang out near a seafood display with amazing

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Trey’s Chow Down: Bacon Dishes that Make Me Bacon Crazy!

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Everyone dreams about bacon! When Trey’s Chow Down saw there was an International Bacon Day and it was a real thing my mouth started salivating and all I could think about was how delicious bacon truly is. Have you ever eaten a bad piece of bacon? I think not! No matter how it’s cooked, (soft, crispy, medium, or rock hard) bacon is always perfectly delightful. Ever since 1500 B.C. folks have been eating and enjoying bacon. That’s a long time ago, but it just goes to show you how much everyone loves bacon. Bacon’s history dates back thousands of years to 1500

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CBS DFW: Over 140 Restaurants Participate In DFW Restaurant Week

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NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — DFW restaurant week is here and it’s the perfect time for North Texans to get out and try something new — all for a good cause. More than 140 restaurants are participating across the metroplex, each offering a 3-course-dinner for either $39 or $49. Board President of Lena Pope, Erma Lee, said DFW Restaurant Week is something that is very important to them and the community. Read More.

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Dallas Observer: DFW Restaurant Week Is Upon Us: Fill Your Belly and Others

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DFW Restaurant Week is upon us, and you should partake. If you know what it is, here’s the list of restaurants. You’ve always been ahead of the curve, and that’s what we like about you. Go ahead and claim your table. If you’re new to this game, no worries. We’ll get you started. First, peruse the previously mentioned list, which skews toward finer dining. Find a place you’ve always wanted to try but couldn’t quite justify the expense. Check out the predetermined, three-course menu (there are options) and preset price of either $39 or $49; lunch is two courses and $25.

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

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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,

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