Get Two-for-One Fourth Course Certificates for Restaurant Week Today at Central Market

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Today is officially the first day to make reservations for KRLD Restaurant Week, which begins in mid-August. Scott Reitz will have a full run down on the restaurants participating this year soon.

In the meantime, today if you make a $25 purchase at any of the five DFW Central Market locations today, you'll receive 2 Fourth Course certificates, instead of just one.

The Central Market Fourth Course is an additional menu item created by some of the restaurants that is in addition to the standard $35 meal. Typically an app or side dish, this dish is free with the certificate, and today only, you'll get two instead of one at Central Market with a $25 purchase.

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