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Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Best Menus at Clayton Restaurant Week 2014

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It's Clayton Restaurant Week, and you know the drill: nineteen restaurants, three (or more) courses, $25. Pick the restaurant of your choice and stop by for dinner any night between January 20 and 26. We're here to help you narrow it down. Check out our five favorite Clayton Restaurant Week menus after the jump.

See also: The Five Most Promising Menus from Clayton Restaurant Week 2013

       Ramen: soft poached egg, noodles, molasses bacon and pickled shiitakes. | Jennifer Silverberg
  •        Ramen: soft poached egg, noodles, molasses bacon and pickled shiitakes. | Jennifer Silverberg

The Libertine (7927 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-862-2999)

Ahh, the Libertine. If you haven't been to our favorite restaurant to open in 2013, now's a great chance to test the waters. The first course includes crispy pig tails, cooked Buffalo-style with whipped gorgonzola and brown-butter polenta. For the second, choose from Amandine, sunflower-seed fried rice, beef cheek ragu or its famous ramen. Desserts are a chocolate fudge, red velvet cake or citrus sorbet.

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