EUREKA, Mo. – Farm-styled foods are often in high demand. There’s one spot in the St. Louis region that especially stands out for its top-notch farm meals and ambiance, according to food writers.

A research team from recently compiled a list of the “most memorable” dining experiences in each of the 50 U.S. states. Their choices were based on reviews, awards, and accolades, in addition to the first-hand experience of their food-writing team.

According to, the “most memorable food experience” in Missouri is none other than Claverach Farm in Eureka, Missouri. It was also dubbed the state’s “best farm-to-fork experience.”

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Claverach Farm, located at 570 S. Lewis Road, is rich in history and abundant in land.

The crown jewel is a 120-year-old barn, carefully restored and decorated throughout the years to provide an authentic dining experience. More than 300 acres of farmland surround the barn, backed by immersive views and locally-sourced cuisine.

Fried green tomatoes, zucchini and pork roulade are among the most popular selections. The farm has also stepped up its natural wine business in recent years, offering locally and internationally sourced varieties. gives the following review of Claverach Farm:

“Set amidst a 1,000-acre property with 15 acres of bountiful fruits, vegetables, and grape vines, the food here is simply breathtaking. A slow-food experience, the dining room is located within a 120-year-old renovated barn filled with communal tables, allowing guests to interact with one another while tasting the best seasonal and sustainable produce available.”

Claverach Farm carries a five-star rating of 4.6 on Google Reviews and 4.2 on Yelp.