CLAYTON RESTAURANT WEEK COMING SOON!

Clayton Restaurant Week
Clayton Restaurant Week

Clayton Restaurant Week, June 11th

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) – The 5th Annual Clayton Restaurant Week Summer Addition will make its much anticipated, grand arrival Monday, July 11 and will last through Sunday, July 17th.  This spectacular 7-day event will feature 15 of Clayton’s finest restaurants.  And like previous years, each restaurant will offer a unique prix-fixe meal ranging from $25-$35 per person, not including tip or tax.  The 3-course gourmet meals generally include an appetizer, entree and dessert, although options vary from one establishment to the next.  This annual event is certainly a deal, with the restaurant week price matching that of stand-alone entrees.  For example, 801 Fish, one of the featured restaurants, is offering a 3-course meal of lobster bisque, pan seared New Bedford sea scallops and vanilla creme brulee for only $35.  Outside of restaurant week, the sea scallops alone go for $36.  With specials like this, foodies will be lining up at the door.  While reservations aren’t required, they are highly encouraged, as restaurants tend to fill up quickly during this much-awaited event.  Patrons will undoubtedly have limitless options with the wide variety of styles offered: Spanish Tapas, seafood, chopped salads and craft pizzas, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican and American cuisine.

Participating restaurants include: 801 Fish, Avenue, BARcelona, CJ Muggs, Cafe Napoli, Cantina Laredo, Cardwell’s, Crush Red, Dominic’s Trattoria, The Libertine, Morton’s, Oceano Bistro, Remy’s, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Wheelhouse.

For reservation and menu  information visit http://www.claytonrestaurantweek.net/2016/index.php.

Contributing Editor: Elizabeth Choate

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