CLAYTON, Mo. — The City of Clayton announced the return of Clayton Restaurant Week (CRW) which is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 15 - Saturday, Jan. 21.
According to a press release from the City of Clayton Friday afternoon, this year’s restaurant lineup includes 13 of Clayton’s fine dining and semi-casual establishments.
Each restaurant will offer a special three-course menu with pricing options at $25, $50, $75, or $100 per person, according to the release. The menus offer diners a chance to experience something new at an affordable price. CRW restaurants feature select items from their soup, salad, appetizer, entrée, and dessert menus.
There are no passes to buy, coupons to carry or cards to punch.
Patrons can simply create a reservation with the participating restaurant of their choice throughout the third week of January.
The establishments participating in Clayton Restaurant Week include:
801 Chophouse is just minutes away from the heart of the Clayton business district in the heart of St. Louis. They said they combine the upscale atmosphere of intimate 1920s New York steakhouses with the vibrant downtown atmosphere of St. Louis. Visit them online for more information.
Avenue offers lunch and dinner options while providing friendly and attentive service in a welcoming place, they said. They have an indoor reservation option that occupies one to eight people. To make a reservation, click here.
Bistro La Floraison is not only participating in CRW, but also February’s Valentine’s Day celebration. To view the three-courses for $75 they are offering during CRW, click here. They said they are luxurious French dishes, cocktails, and wine in their romantic dining room. To make a reservation for V-day, click here.
Crushed Red commits itself to their guests and to the environment. They said they bring fresh, healthy food in a restaurant designed to produce little-to-no waste.
Peel Wood Fired Pizza has their very own brewery and Clayton menu.
In addition, special catering promotions are being offered by Smoothie King Clayton.
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