The fifth annual Clayton Restaurant Week—popular for its prix fixe meals and charitable donations to Operation Food Search—is back again the week of July 16–22, for its summer edition, with three new restaurants added to the mix.
Three-course dinners are priced at $25 and $35 per person. And some restaurants take online reservations. Tax and tip are not included.
The full list of participating restaurants include:
Among the extensive list, patrons will find the dinner items range from a rainbow trout at Oceano Bistro to a 6-oz. filet mignon at Herbie’s to a mushroom-fontina beef burger at Sardella. Venues are also offering Newton Red Label Chardonnay and Terrazas Reserva Malbec by the glass for $7, a specialty Belvedere cocktail for $7, and Elysian Superfuzz, Goose Summer Hours, Kona Big Wave beers for $5 each.
If you’re feeling a little generous, add an “Extra Helping” to your bill, a $5 donation made to Operation Food Search, a St. Louis food bank and the largest distributor of free food in the bi-state, according to a press release. The event served over 11,000 diners last summer and raised more than $4,000 for Operation Food Search.
Article originally posted by STLMag