6 Dishes To Get Your Appetite Ready For Downtown Restaurant Week
Get your appetite ready for the 11th Annual Downtown Restaurant Week happening this week, Aug 3-9. Produced by Downtown STL, Inc. and SYNERGY Productions, 24 of Downtown St. Louis’ hottest establishments are participating in this year’s promotion—including Lucas Park Grille, HIRO Asian Kitchen and Blondie’s Coffee and Wine Bar.
Offering a three-course dinner menu for a fixed price of $25 per person, plus tax and tip, the weeklong event offers diners the chance to experience one of St. Louis’ hot new eateries or discover an old favorite, all at a set price.
Not only is Downtown Restaurant Week amazing for diners, but it also gives patrons an opportunity to donate an “Extra Helping” to Operation Food Search. To help you decide which restaurants should be top of your list, we’ve teamed up with Downtown St. Louis to bring you the top six dishes you shouldn’t miss during Downtown Restaurant Week.
Lucas Park Grille is grilling up a petite filet with truffled potato gnocchi, asparagus and a port-wine Demi.
HIRO Asian Kitchen will be serving an Asian eggplant and local tofu with sweet basil and spicy preserve black beans.
Blondie’s Coffee and Wine Bar is pairing crab cake Benedict with asparagus, roasted new potatoes and hollandaise.
Mango Peruvian Cuisine is making Lomo Saltado—beef sautéed with garlic, cilantro, onions, tomatoes and Peruvian spices served with rice.
Drunken Fish is making their Signature Drunken Fish Roll—made with crispy shrimp tempura, Japanese mayo and asparagus on the inside, all topped with fresh red tuna, Japanese mayo, eel sauce, masago, tempura crumbs and sprouts.
360 Rooftop is making a fan favorite—Kit Kat Bars. Indulge in layers of milk chocolate, hazelnut and crushed praline.
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