The Fatted Calf in Clayton wins this week's Food Fight.
We have a winner! The readers have spoken and the Fatted Calf in Clayton is the winner of this week's Mid-County Food Fight hamburger challenge. Our hamburger poll garnered lots of votes and strong opinions this week. Patch readers had a lot to say about their hamburgers. Here are a few of their comments: There were seven other restaurants that garnered votes — Blueberry Hill, Fitz's American Grill and Three Kings in University City; Carl's Drive-In, Cousin Hugos and Crow's Nest in the Maplewood-Brentwood area; and the Trainwreck Saloon in Rock Hill. The Fatted Calf ended up with 20 percent of the vote. Here's how the other Food Fight finalists ranked: Check back on Monday for next week's Food Fight!
The barbecue raises money for area hospitals, the Special Olympics and other organizations.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Doug Miner
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Members of Knights of Columbus and ribs for the people who stopped by the barbecue at Schaeffer Shell. During the second weekend of each month from March through November (except August, when it's too hot), look for a Knights of Columbus crew at the corner of Big Bend Boulevard and Manchester Road. They'll be serving up delicious barbecue for passersby and drive-up customers. The proceeds benefit St. Vincent de Paul, Special Olympics and Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. September's barbecue will raise money for Backstoppers. The Knights of Columbus started raising money for the organization when Maplewood firefighter Ryan Hummert was killed in the line of duty in 2008. On that first weekend in 2008, more than $7,000 was raised in two …