Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in St. Louis
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Thanksgiving is all about the food, but for some people, it's about going out to eat, not spending the day elbow-deep in a greasy oven. Or maybe you're not going to be with your family this year, but you still want that delicious turkey. Behold, our handy-dandy guide to eating Thanksgiving dinner at a St. Louis restaurant.
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(999 North Second Street; 314-881-5800)
Cielo, at the Four Seasons, has one of the best views in the city and the menu to match. The $85 per person dinner ($30 for kids) includes a bloody-mary and bottomless mimosa bar. It's a buffet boasting more than 70 items, with the requisite carving station, "live action risotto station" and a full dessert buffet. You can also simply pick up a dinner for ten for $295, if you prefer. Dinner is from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Call 314-881-5800 for reservations.
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