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Friday, July 29, 2016

7 St. Louis Restaurants to Enjoy Chanterelle Season

Posted By on Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 7:15 AM

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click to enlarge TOAST AND ROASTED CHANTERELLES AT REEDS AMERICAN TABLE | COURTESY OF REEDS AMERICAN TABLE
  • Toast and roasted chanterelles at Reeds American Table | courtesy of Reeds American Table

Reeds American Table
7322 Manchester Road, Maplewood
At this wildly popular one-year-old Maplewood spot, chef Matt Daughaday is serving roasted chanterelle with herbs and smoked-whipped lardo on country wheat bread.
Available for a limited time.

click to enlarge TOFU CRUDO AT CIELO | COURTESY OF CIELO
  • Tofu Crudo at Cielo | courtesy of Cielo
Cielo
999 N. 2nd Street, downtown
The restaurant at the Four Seasons St. Louis is serving a cotto crudo of chanterelles with herb-roasted tofu, summer heirloom baby vegetables, pickled watermelon and beets.
Available for two months.

VEGGIE MELANGE AT BYRD & BARREL | COURTESY OF BYRD & BARREL
  • Veggie melange at Byrd & Barrel | courtesy of Byrd & Barrel

Byrd & Barrel

3422 South Jefferson Avenue, Cherokee District
Bob Brazell's hipster haven is serving a melange of chanterelles, tomatoes, green beans, goat cheese, bacon, smoked corn puree and carrot hot sauce.
A collaboration with Such & Such Farm, Ryan McDonald and Jay Hanks.

BASS AT HERBIES VINTAGE 72 | COURTESY OF HERBIES VINTAGE 72
  • Bass at Herbies Vintage 72 | courtesy of Herbies Vintage 72

Herbie's Vintage 72
405 North Euclid Avenue, Central West End
At his spot in the Central West End, chef Aaron Teitelbaum is serving striped bass with a golden chanterelle mushroom ragout and chanterelles in veal demi with butter and rosemary. 

Follow Sara Graham on Instagram and Twitter at @engagetaste. E-mail the author at sara@engagetaste.com.

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