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This was our first time at Claverach Farm for dinner with friends. Some of them had been here before and wanted us to experience it too. We arrived at 6p for appetizers and drinks. Dinner started at 7p with multiple courses. We finally rolled out...More
We set this up a couple months in advance. It's a couple miles from interstate 44 and you have to drive a narrow gravel road by the river. The place where they serve the meal is a nice old updated barn.
They started with appetizers...More
What a wonderful evening at the farm. Dinner and drinks in a barn!
This farm to table event is by reservation only and is simply devine. This multi course meal is sourced from different in season vegetables and a protein sourced within 60 miles. The...More
We ended up booking our dinner for the last night of a vicious heatwave in the St. Louis area and it was about 108 degrees in the shade when we arrived at the farm. No matter - the venue, the service, the appetizers and the...More
We agree with much of what has been said in other interviews, but in our experience, they fell short of the mark on value and meeting very high expectations. Much of the meal and experience was excellent as noted in many of the other notes,...More
This was my 2nd time here and I was extremely happy with our meal. Everything from the appetizers ( the flatbreads are very good ) on down to the last course of dessert was delicious. Be prepared to sit and talk because the meal is...More
Claverach Farm isn't merely another very good eating establishment; it's a unique and wonderful evening of discovery and excellent food. Frankly I'm shocked at the several reviews that say this place is poor to middlin' for some reason or other. Claverach is an adventure, a...More
I was sad to read some of the latest reviews......we visited last night for a special wine tasting. Wine was paired well with every food sampling. The atmosphere was friendly and quaint. We Enjoyed are visit of the grounds. The food was well presented, fresh,...More
Visited on a cold windy night in november. the atmosphere is wonderful and unmatched in the area---food just ok---i didnt try wine--my wife did and she enjoyed. Accomodations at the table are communal--and EXTREMLY cramped--they could stand to lose a few seats at each table...More
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As indicated above, I-44 at Lewis Road. At this exit you travel south from I-44 on a gravel road, over a one lane bridge, and end up at the Claverach Farm. They own most of this valley, so no surprise you don't recognize the... More
As indicated above, I-44 at Lewis Road. At this exit you travel south from I-44 on a gravel road, over a one lane bridge, and end up at the Claverach Farm. They own most of this valley, so no surprise you don't recognize the location, well-hidden in the woods. Well worth the trip, I assure you.
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