Plano restaurants fill DFW Restaurant Week 2022 lineup

Blueberry and Riotta Pancakes from Bulla's Brunch menu
Blueberry and Riotta Pancakes from Bulla’s Brunch menu

DFW Restaurant Week 2022 is back for the 25th year, and its lineup is full of Plano neighbors.

DFW Restaurant Week is an annual event where fine dining restaurants across the metroplex serve prix fixe meals at a discounted price, donating a portion of the proceeds to North Texas Food Bank or Lena Pope.

This year, Plano restaurants Steve Fields Steakhouse, Kona Grill, Mexican Bar Company, Pappas Delta Blues Smokehouse, Moxie’s, Earl’s Kitchen & Bar, and Bulla Gastrobar will be participating.

Steve Fields Steakhouse will offer a $99 four-course experience with soup or salad and choices of five entrees and three desserts. The restaurant is previewing the menu this weekend, followed by an extended restaurant week experience from August 8 to 28.

Kona Grill is offering a three-course experience for $39 with potstickers, a Picasso roll, or a sweet and bleu salad as a starter, cilantro lime chicken, market fish, prime rib, or Kona surf and turf as an entrée, and carrot cake or cheesecake for dessert.

Mexican Bar Company is offering both lunch and dinner for their Restaurant Week lineup, ringing in at $24 and 49 respectively. The lunch is two courses while the dinner is three and 20% of the proceeds go to North Texas Food Bank.

Pappas Delta Blues Smokehouse has a two-course reservation-only lunch for $24 per guest. The first course is a choice of Blues Queso and Czech beef sausage or Delta Blues Garden Salad. The second course has three options that all come with two homemade sides and a roll: filet mignon, Delta Rib Trio, or a prime brisket combo.  Four dollars from every lunch will go to North Texas Food Bank.

Moxie’s is cooking up a brunch, lunch and dinner menu for the occasion for $29, $24 and $49 respectively. The cocktail-filled diverse menu also features items like French toast, potstickers and Mahi Mahi.

Earl’s Kitchen & Bar doesn’t have its menu on the DFW Restaurant Week website, but the seafood-filled menu is sure to bring out something good for the occasion.

Finally, Bulla Gastrobar has a $39 dinner with sangria, tapas and a variety of entrees to choose from, all topped off with three dessert options. The gastrobar takes inspiration from Mediterranean, Italian, American and Hispanic foods to fill this diverse menu.

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