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Contest: Tell us your favorite area to eat out in the Metroplex and win

Posted 10:56am on Wednesday, May. 12, 2010

Addison has long been known as one of DFW's great restaurant cities. And with Taste Addison on the horizon (it runs May 21-23), DFW.com wants to help you eat your way across Addison. We've got prize packages that will include a gift certificate to one of the following Addison eateries: Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chao, Blue Mesa, BlackFinn, Chamberlain's Fish or Twin Peaks; as well as two tickets to Taste Addison ($15 value).

The three-day feast-ival features cuisine from more than 55 Addison restaurants, wine-tasting seminars, celebrity chef demos (Ted Allen of the Food Network will be there!) and music from the likes of Train (yes -- Train!), Chris Cagle and Luke Bryan.

So what do you have to do to win?

Tell us: What is your favorite neighborhood in DFW for dining out? It could be a city (a lot of people are swooning over Roanoke these days), but we're also looking for neighborhoods as well -- a street, a district -- for example: Magnolia Avenue in Fort Worth.

Once you've homed in on your favorite dining neighborhood, name it, then be sure to tell us why you think it's so terrific.

Then serve it all up for us in an e-mail to tickets@dfw.com. (Be sure to type "Taste Addison" in the subject line so your entry is valid.)

Deadline is noon Monday. One entry per e-mail address, please. You must live in the DFW area to win; employees of McClatchy Co. are not eligible.

For more info on Taste Addison, visit www.addisontexas.net.

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