St. Charles Announces First Restaurant Week

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Downtown Restaurant Week is underway, but it's not too soon to start planning for the next event: St. Charles has announced its first restaurant week, to be held Monday, September 10, through Sunday, September 16.

As is standard practice at such weeks, participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix-fixe meal for $25, tax and tip not included. Organizers also encourage diners to donate $5 to O.A.S.I.S. Food Pantry & Thrift Shop.

Page through to see the list of participating restaurants.

St. Charles Restaurant Week Participants

Brass Rail (4601 Highway K, O'Fallon; 636-329-1349) Bristol Seafood Grill (2314 Technology Drive, O'Fallon; 636-625-6350) Charlie Gitto's (777 Casino Center Drive, Maryland Heights; 314-770-7663) Concetta's Italian Restaurant (600 South Fifth Street, St. Charles; 636-946-2468) Llywelyn's Pub (100 Main Street, St. Charles; 636-724-6823) McGurk's Public House (108 South Main Street, St. Charles; 636-978-9640) Magpie's Restaurant (903 South Main Street, St. Charles; 636-947-3883) Old Hickory Golf Club (1 Dye Club Drive, St. Charles; 636-477-8960) Padvan's NY (3249 # 1 Rue Royale Street, St. Charles; 636-947-6969) Pio's Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge (403 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles; 636-724-5919) Rib City (3891 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, St. Peters; 636-447-5355) Spiro's (2275 Bluestone Drive, St. Charles; 636-916-1454) Tony's on Main Street (132 Main Street, St. Charles; 636-940-1960)

Please note that for restaurants with multiple locations, only the St. Charles locations are participating. You can view some of the prix-fixe menus on the St. Charles Restaurant Week website.

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