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Calling all foodies, Nemacolin hosting Restaurant Week

Mary Pickels
| Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, 10:24 a.m.
Kristin Butterworth, chef de cuisine of Lautrec at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, one of the four resort eateries featured in its upcoming Restaurant Week.
Kristin Butterworth, chef de cuisine of Lautrec at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, one of the four resort eateries featured in its upcoming Restaurant Week.

Area foodies looking for new menus to sample should plan a trip to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort the week of Jan. 21-25.

In an effort to show off its most popular restaurants — Lautrec, Aqueous, Autumn and the Tavern — the Farmington, Fayette County resort is hosting its first Restaurant Week.

Patrons will enjoy three courses from a special menu that will showcase the resort's diverse and critically acclaimed restaurants, according to a release.

Lautrec's menu, priced at $60 per person, includes a choice of Grilled Gem Lettuce or Roasted Sweet Potato Soup, Braised Short Rib or Footprint Farm Chicken and orange posset for dessert.

Aqueous is offering, at $50 per person, Smoked Tomato Bisque or Classic Caesar Salad, Pan Seared Salmon, Grilled Flank Steak or Airline Chicken Breast and caramel cheesecake.

Autumn's menu, for $40 per person, offers a Wedge Salad or Butternut Squash and Apple Bisque, Footprint Farm Chicken, Atlantic Salmon or Pumpkin Risotto and apple tart Tatin.

The Tavern will offer, at $30 a person, choice of Chili or Baby Kale Salad, Falafel Sandwich or Reuben and turtle cheesecake.

Details: 866-344-6957 or

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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