September 21 - 30, 2018


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The Informalist

333 Gibson St.
in the Lismore Hotel
Eau Claire
(715) 318-7399
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Takes Reservations

Seats 9 or more

Serves Alcohol

American CasualUpscale DiningFarm to TablePizzaVegetarian FriendlyFish Fry


• • • • •   RESTAURANT WEEK OFFER   • • • • •

3-Course Dinner $30


Choose one item from each of the following three courses:

First course

» kohlrabi cake
Fried kohlrabi cake with herbed cashew sauce and pickled vegetable salad

» sweet peppers & goat cheese
Micro greens, bell peppers, and toasted bread with orange vinaigrette

Second course

» ramen noodles
Dry-aged beef bone dashi broth, pork belly, soft boiled egg, scallions, enoki mushroom, pickled carrot, and pickled kohlrabi

» wild rice tempura fried portobella
Fried portobella cap with charred bell pepper, soy-marinated tempura, braised greens, herbed celeriac and mushroom

Third course

» buttermilk panna cotta
Candied poached citrus with cinnamon and lime basil

» baker’s special
Ask your server about our in-house baker’s special of the day




» $8 Fried orange doughnut house-made ricotta cheese. Fresh raspberries. Black figs. Clover honey.

» $15 Chicken & waffles crispy buckwheat waffle. pickled fresno peppers. Shishito peppers. Citrus sorghum syrup.




» $8 Shishito pepper salad shishito peppers. Cauliflower puree. Goat cheese crumbles. Shaved red onion. Meyer lemon vinaigrette.

» $15 Ramen noodles dry aged beef bone dashi broth. Pork belly. Soft boiled egg. Scallions. Enoki mushroom. Pickled carrot. Pickled kohlrabi.

» $8 Heirloom tomato toast multigrain bread. Balsamic ricotta. Micro greens. Shaved radish. Basil.

(Menus may change.)


Homegrown: Restaurants designated as "Homegrown" are locally owned and locally originated establishments. These are restaurants that exist only in the Chippewa Valley, or they started in this community before branching into additional markets. Many franchised restaurants located in the area may be locally-owned as well, but as in most cases they don't originate here, they are not given the "Homegrown" designation. Restaurant Week encourages you to include a "Homegrown" establishment as you enjoy the event's offerings!