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May 14, 2014 1:36 PM

Record numbers for 2014 Restaurant Week

Kansas City’s fifth annual Restaurant Week raised a whopping $240,000 for three area charities. The event, which was held Jan. 17 to 26, boasted the largest number of restaurants in its history with 133 operations across the metro participating.

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