Give back to the community when Clayton Restaurant Week returns Jan. 21
Rediscover an old favorite or find a new go-to dining spot during the 10th annual winter edition of Clayton Restaurant Week Jan. 21 to 27. Nineteen restaurants offer special three-course menus for $25 or $35, depending on the eatery.
“They will be getting so much more for their buck at some of the best restaurants in the city,” said Jordan Eichenauer, event coordinator for Synergy Productions, the company that organizes the event. “It is every foodie’s dream.”
Upon receiving the check, patrons are able to add a donation to Operation Food Search, a local nonprofit that helps feed more than 200,000 people in need each month.
“Patrons are getting three courses at a discounted price at these amazing restaurants, so they should consider donating to help feed the hungry in St. Louis – to people who can't afford meals like this,” Eichenauer said. “One in six kids in the St. Louis bistate area go to bed hungry, and $5 can send a child home with a backpack full of food for the weekend.
“Our partnership with Operation Food Search sets this event apart, as well as the foodie scene moving into Clayton,” Eichenauer said. “These are where the hottest restaurants are right now, and this event has some of the best ones participating.”
Participating restaurants include Crushed Red, Barcelona, 801 Fish, Pastaria, Sardella, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Peel Wood Fired Pizza and more. Click here to view menus and make online reservations, which are highly recommended.
In addition, anyone who orders a Stella Artois with their meal receives a Clayton Restaurant Week chalice, while supplies last.
More than 75 cities host similar events throughout the country.
Lauren Healey is associate editor at Sauce Magazine.
Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of Clayton Restaurant Week.
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