Clayton’s Restaurant is celebrating four years in business, and as part of that celebration, they are open for business with several new menu items for individuals and families to enjoy at home or in the restaurant’s dining room or bar area.
Specifically, Clayton’s is offering a special on weekdays and weekends during operating hours where patrons can pop in and try four new signature dishes that were handcrafted for the occasion. These special dishes feature mussels served over pasta, grouper, pan-seared duck with Bing cherry sauce and a 12 oz. porkchop with blueberry glaze.
These four completely new dishes are only available for the remainder of July for varying prices.
Clayton’s dining room and bar remain open for dine-in for dinner with its usual smorgasbord of familiar steak and seafood offerings, plus a plethora of fun appetizers. One of the newest dishes is a Sampler Platter, which includes potato skins, chicken wings (with the customer’s choice of sauce), toasted raviolis, cheese sticks and a bunch of onion rings.
Dinner isn’t the only time that the restaurant dishes out house-made entrees that tempt the taste buds. Customers can now call Clayton’s and order dishes to-go. If the whole family is hungry for Clayton’s pasta and salad, the restaurant has a plan for that too. Individuals can call ahead on Tuesday from 4:30-9 p.m. and order a special that includes two pasta choices, salad and bread all bundled together in one convenient order. The meal feeds four to six people, and customers can choose between Clayton’s famously savory pasta dishes like Fettuccine Alfredo with chicken, Cajun with chicken, Mastaccioli with meat sauce, and the vegetarian-friendly Penne Primavera.
“You can feed the whole family,” owner Kevin Kaegel said.
Whether you are in the mood for surf or turf, delicious appetizers or filling dinners, Clayton’s Restaurant is ready to take your order.
104 Triad Center West • O’Fallon