While Saturday night was all about the beer, Sunday night was all about the food. As you can deduce from the title of this post, we went down to Clayton to sample the diverse food served at the Taste of Clayton. There were the usual suspects that you can find in Clayton that I’ve been to numerous times during lunch and then there were some that were new and shiny. For $10, you can purchase 16 tickets and each little sample can cost between 2-4 tickets. I thought I would have to buy more but by the end, I was very satisfied with what I got. I had a panini, a slider, some green curry, spinach-artichoke dip, and little pastries (see that’s a lot of food). But of course, after a delicious meal, one needs dessert so we had to go down to Ted Drewe’s, our little summer treat place.
Enjoyed the Taste of Clayton, can’t wait for Taste of St. Louis in September!