We call it “dining” for a reason. The elegance. The polite waitstaff. The tablecloths. Cloth napkins, not paper flicked up like tissues through a slot in the box.


Winter Restaurant Week, January 9-15, is a perfect time to pamper yourself for a good cause: to support missions that help people in need.

Every other night you can gather in dinner through your driver’s side window, but one night you deserve to “dine”.

360 West magazine’s Winter Restaurant Week, January 9-15, is the perfect time to pamper yourself with the offerings of the most elite restaurants in Tarrant County, while supporting a mission that helps people in need.

Twenty-two fine dining establishments are offering delicious three-course prix fixe dinners for $29, $39 or $49. Guests who visit participating restaurants during the promotion will have a portion of their dinner purchase donated to one of the three charities selected by the restaurant.

Restaurants donate proceeds of $5, $6 or $7 per dinner to one of three local charities, the Fort Worth Dream Park, the Tarrant Area Food Bank, and GRACE.

A variety of menu options are offered with each price point. Restaurants are participating for one, two, or all three weeks. Don’t delay, though, most restaurants require reservations so act now for best available days and times.

Winter Restaurant Week is the focus in this digital issue of 360 West, complete with menu offerings, serving times, reservation lines/links, and their supporting charity.

Restaurants benefiting GRACE include Boi Na Braza, Copeland’s in Southlake, Dino’s Steak & Claw, From Across the Pond in North Richland Hills, Mac’s On Main, Next Wood Fired Bistro in Colleyville, Prime Farm to Table in Flower Mound and The Classic at Roanoke.

For more information on Winter Restaurant Week, email Chelsea Rose or call 817-305-4672.