Help feed hungry children during Clayton Restaurant Week
The sixth annual summer edition of Clayton Restaurant Week is back again July 15 to 21.
St. Louis participates in restaurant week to raise money for Operation Food Search, which provides food and nutrition education for the hungry, feeding about 200,000 people in the St. Louis area each month.
Each restaurant serves a special three-course menu for either $25 or $35. A donation for Operation Food Search can be added when you get the bill. This week offers residents a chance to try a variety of 20 Clayton restaurants with new restaurants including Crushed Red, Herbie’s, Pastaria, Il Palato and Five Star Burgers.
“You are dining at these amazing restaurants for an incredible rate that is normally never offered; we would hope that you consider feeding the hungry with your donations,” said event coordinator Jordan Eichenauer. “Operation Food Search is able to stretch a dollar so far that just one dollar could give a child a backpack full of food for the weekend.”
No tickets are required; simply show up to a Clayton restaurant of your choice on the list. Reservations are recommended, however.
Marcelle Owona is an editorial intern at Sauce Magazine.
Sauce Magazine is a sponsor of Clayton Restaurant Week.
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