KRLD Restaurant Week is a superb opportunity to try a new spot or visit an old favorite at a discounted price! Do something unique: invite some friends and splurge on a Wednesday night! Live the Cadillac way and dine at the finest restaurants DFW has to offer while supporting two significant charities.
Save the Date: KRLD Restaurant Week
Make sure to save the date, reservations for this year’s effort open up on July 18th! KRLD Restaurant Week runs in mid-August and has around 130 participating restaurants. This is a special giveback opportunity supporting the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope Home. “Dining out is a good deed, helping families in need.” KRLD Restaurant Week, which showcases the North Texas thriving culinary scene, offers tasty three-course prix five dinner combinations priced at only $35/person. Some of the highlights include longtime supporters Abacus, Del Frisco’s and Stephan Pyles; newcomers like Tei-An and Nosh; and other popular establishments, including: III Forks, Al Biernat’s, Bijoux, Bonnell’s Restaurant, Brownstone, craft Ι Dallas, Fearing’s – Ritz Carlton, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, GRACE, Lonesome Dove Western Bistro, Parigi, Shinsei, The French Room – The Adolphus, and The Mansion. Consumer patronage helps support local fine dining establishments and two great charities. For every prix fixed meal purchased, participating restaurants will make a $7 donation to either the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas or Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth. This is a great way to boost business at a local eatery as well as donate to charity!
“This is one of our most popular fundraisers, and is an ideal time for consumers to acquaint themselves with the area’s hottest menus, while potentially discovering their favorite new establishments. Each meal consumed during this timeframe enables our organization to put food on the table of area children, families and seniors who are going hungry today.”
-Jan Pruitt, President and CEO, North Texas Food Bank
Last year the annual fundraiser raised a record $600,000+ for the North Texas Food Bank and the Lena Pope Home! What an amazing contribution from the DFW!
How to Participate:
To partake in this special giveback opportunity, all you have to do is choose from the list of participating restaurants. Next, call the venue of your choice and mention “KRLD Restaurant Week.” Popular places tend to close out fast, smaller groups are easier to seat and flexibility is appreciated. Reservations are required so act fast and call the restaurant you would like to over indulge in. You can also make reservations online by going to www.opentable.com link. Make sure to save the date reservations open up on July 18th!
“This appetizing fundraiser enables friends, relatives, and business partners alike to enjoy a night out, while shining a spotlight on culinary standouts located throughout the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex”
-Todd A. Landry executive director, Lena Pope Home
Be a part of supporting what many now savor as a summer fundraising tradition!
The North Texas Food Bank
The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of 1,184 feeding programs in 13 North Texas counties. The NTFB supports the nutritional needs of children, families and seniors through education, advocacy and strategic partnerships. Close the Gap is the NTFB’s 3-year initiative to unite the community to narrow the food gap by providing access to 50 million meals annually by 2011.
Founded in 1982, the NTFB is a member of Feeding America (feedingamerica.org). Last fiscal year, the NTFB provided access to 51 million meals through its efforts. Each month Member Agency pantries distribute food to nearly 25,000 people every day. Every dollar donated to the NTFB provides three meals for the hungry.
Lena Pope Home
Lena Pope Home, Inc. has been serving Tarrant County children and families since 1930. The mission of Lena Pope Home is to help create hope, happiness and success for children and families. We impact over 20,000 individuals a year, with a focus in four key areas: prevention, early intervention, education and counseling. For more information about Lena Pope Home, visit www.lenapopehome.org or call 817-255-2500.
With Chapel Hill Academy Charter School, we offer an early education foundation to children, with wrap around services for their families, to prevent future struggles in school.
We partner with Fort Worth ISD and Juvenile Probation to offer alternative education programs aimed at early intervention to give these children a second chance to become successful and return to their home campuses.
Bridging the two, we offer a broad range of counseling, therapy and parent services through our Family Matters counseling programs.
We know that what our community needs most is programs that get results. That's why all of our programs implement evidence-based, research tested techniques with the children and families we serve.
Hope, Happiness and Success - that's what we're all about at Lena Pope Home.
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