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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Cielo
(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.


Location Info

Cielo

999 N. 2nd St., St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

EdgeWild Restaurant & Winery

550 Chesterfield Center, Chesterfield, MO

Category: Restaurant

Home Wine Kitchen

7322 Manchester Road, Maplewood, MO

Category: Restaurant

The Restaurant at the Cheshire

6300 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO

Category: Restaurant

Harvest - CLOSED

1059 S. Big Bend Blvd., Richmond Heights, MO

Category: Restaurant


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17 comments
jaco1175
jaco1175 topcommenter

Here's an idea, eat at your fucking house and let the fucking employees have a holiday as well. But oh no, not these days. The fucking narcissistic pigs in our society will go out and scarf a huge meal before they go fucking shopping ensuring that this holiday becomes just another day dedicated to the cult of money. Fucking pigs.

Faith Mustone
Faith Mustone

It's not fair to have restaurant employees work on a holiday they have families too! The owners are just being selfish and money hungry........

Collier Evans
Collier Evans

Also....who wants to do dishes and clean up after cooking all day. .....not me

Collier Evans
Collier Evans

Not everyone can cook and not everyone has friends or family to spend time with. Also, there are a lot of people that need the money and cant afford to take off work...I've worked many holidays serving and I always thought that the tips were better because people felt sorry for me for having to work

Shawn Sullivan
Shawn Sullivan

All restaurants should be closed on Thanksgiving. Should the staff at these establishments be thankful for not spending the evening with their families so they still have a job. Also think before you go to a retailer now deciding to open that evening. Is this the society you want to live in?

Mindy Johnson
Mindy Johnson

Headed to Boston Market on Thanksgiving. Not everyone has a family or share the same traditions - some people need the money and are glad to work it.

Sharon Johnson
Sharon Johnson

We're eating at home, cooking, baking, cleaning up, it's all good.

Leigh Presti
Leigh Presti

I have it at my house so I have most of the leftovers!

Tyler Garrett
Tyler Garrett

Eating out on Thanksgiving is a horrible thing to do. Your just taking someone away from their own family because you are to lazy to cook. Most restaurants don't give employees the choice of working holidays. Its either do it, or lose your job. And shame on you RFT for encouraging people to do this!!!!

Drew Walker
Drew Walker

I might skip out on my family for Home's thanksgiving dinner.

Don Lanier
Don Lanier

Ravanellis in Granite City has an awesome T day buffet with no reservations, great food

Melissa Ann Weber
Melissa Ann Weber

They should be closed.. I was a server and worked this holiday tips are really not that great its better to be at home instead of dealing with the rude people.

Michael Mahler
Michael Mahler

Where's the outrage for all the restaurants that will be open on Thankgsgiving... none? Oh yeah, cause that's sooo different. I suppose wait staff don't have families.

jaco1175
jaco1175 topcommenter

@Collier Evans not a lazy fat fuck like yourself, fucking pig

jaco1175
jaco1175 topcommenter

@Mindy Johnson only a fucking cunt would eat fast food garbage like that on a fucking holiday. Fucking pig.

jaco1175
jaco1175 topcommenter

@Drew Walker sure be a fucking consumer pig, just what our society needs

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