Restaurant roundup: Raffle, s’mores, Kyrgyzstan

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The Eat Drink Shop Pink took place in the Bishop Arts District last week, but there’s still time to enter the raffle for, among other prizes, dinner for two plus wine service at Lucia. The tickets cost $25 and are available at Indigo 1745, Home on Bishop, Zola’s, Dick’s Uptown Cafe, Dallas Bike Works, Dude Sweet Chocolate, Bolsa Mercado and Good Space. One hundred percent of the raffle proceeds go to a program that provides mammograms to Dallas women who could not afford them otherwise.

Tillman’s Roadhouse is celebrating 10 years of Todd Events, which redesigned Tillman’s in 2007, with orange zest and strawberry marshmallow s’mores. The s’mores will be available all month, and Tillman’s will donate 10 percent of the special dessert’s sales to Dwell with Dignity.

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Smoke chef/co-owner Tim Byres recently visited Kyrgyzstan as part of a U.S. State Department mission of “culinary diplomacy.”

VH, the new restaurant that took the former Outpost location, now serves lunch.

Kitchen LTO at Trinity Groves now is under the leadership of chef Blythe Beck. Check out her menu here.

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