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The more the merrier, that’s what we always say. Whether it’s dollar bills in our g-strings, shots in our margaritas or underwear models in our hot tub, the higher the number, the bigger the smile on our face.

And that goes triple when dining out. Why should we settle for a single course meal when we could get three courses for the same price? That’s why we love KRLD Restaurant Week and the $35, three-course prix fixe meals we can get at nearly 130 restaurants around Dallas and Fort Worth.

The actual Restaurant week isn’t for another month, but today’s a big day because it’s the first opportunity to make reservations. That means you’ll have access to the best reservation times and restaurant selection. It’s like Christmas for foodies only in this scenario we’re the fat, jolly ones who like to sneak into houses.

Plus, today’s the ONLY day you can go to Central Market and get two highly coveted “fourth course” certificates with an in-store purchase of $25 or more. This gets you a whole extra course at participating restaurants, making the $35 price tag for the meal an even better bargain. And $7 of each meal goes directly to the North Texas Food Bank in Dallas or Lena Pope Home in Fort Worth, so stuffing your face is finally classified as a good deed.

Restaurants this year include some of our all-time favorites, like Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, Fearing’s, Shinsei, Abacus and Stephan Pyles. Sadly, Taco Bueno declined to participate. Again.

So mark your calendars for August 16 – 22, but check out the full list of participants this morning on KRLD.com then log on to OpenTable.com to make your reservations.

Believe us, if you don’t do it early, you’ll be dining with the Blue Hairs at 4:30 in the afternoon or convulsing with hunger awaiting an 11:30 p.m. seating. Make sure to mention Restaurant Week if calling (how 1989 of you!) to make reservations.

As Julia Child was famous for saying, “Get Your Grub On, Y’all!”

KRLD Restaurant Week
August 16 – 22, 2010
www.krld.com
www.opentable.com

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