Treat your family to a bountiful Thanksgiving feast prepared by Executive Chef Gian Nicola Colucci and his talented staff - whether at home or at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. The culinary team is preparing offerings that are guaranteed to gobble up this holiday season!

In Cielo Restaurant on the eighth floor, a lavish buffet is planned with many action stations, including the following menu highlights:

•Entree stations: Deep-fried turkey legs and wings, pork belly and roasted green apple stuffing, pancetta Brussels sprouts; and a carving station with smoked turkey, coffee-rubbed prime rib and oven-baked branzino with white wine cherry tomatoes.

•Pasta station: Risotto with pumpkin and goat cheese, seafood ravioli filled with shrimp and mushrooms and gnocchi with lamb ragout.

•Seafood display: Oysters, shrimp cocktail, smoked salmon, crab cakes, charred tuna, sushi, bay scallops and coconut ceviche.

•Dessert station: Italian house-made gelato, Black Forest torte, cranberry orange crisp, pumpkin roulade, pumpkin tart, maple pecan panna cotta, eggnog crema with cinnamon crumble and mini chocolate cannolis.

The buffet also includes a charcuterie station, soup and salad station, and a kids' corner.

The Thanksgiving Day Buffet is available on Thursday, November 23, 2017 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Pricing is $89 per person, $30 for children aged 5 to12 and free for children aged 4 and under. Reservations can be made by calling +1 314-881-5759.

For $295, at-home hosts can take advantage of the Thanksgiving To-Go option that serves 10 people. The menu includes: whole-roasted free range turkey or boneless breast and leg, orange cranberry sauce, giblet-sage gravy, roasted sweet potato purée, roasted Brussels sprouts, whipped potatoes, green bean casserole and two pies - pumpkin pecan and cranberry apple. Call +1 314-881-5759 to order by November 21, 2017.

"The Cielo team and I are thrilled to serve our guests' a gourmet Thanksgiving Day spread, even if they decide to relax at home," commented Chef Colucci. "Guests can feast until their hearts are content with a twist on traditional favorites that are guaranteed to gobble up this holiday season."