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About Cielo Restaurant and Bar
Offering breathtaking views of the Arch and downtown St. Louis, Cielo Restaurant is the city's authentic Italian option, with casual, family-style dining.
Created by Executive Chef Gian Nicola Colucci, a native of Italy, Cielo’s menu focuses on homemade Italian classics with local ingredients. Parlaying the ease of the Italian lifestyle, Cielo's sommelier, Jeff Hall, offers many affordable wines from Chef Colucci’s home region, Piedmont. Cielo Bar echoes St. Louis's vibrant cocktail scene with hand-crafted cocktails and locally brewed beers.
With a variety of event spaces - Gaja Wine Cellar, Sky Lobby, River North with views of Stan Musial Bridge, private cabana dinners on the Sky Terrace, interactive cooking classes in the heart of the kitchen and more, Cielo sets the stage for intimate affairs and festive celebrations. Complimentary valet parking available at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis.
St. Louis, MO 63102
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday: 6:30 am - 11:00 am
Monday - Saturday: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Sunday - Thursday: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Buffet: 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
FOUR SEASONS FRIDAYS
Live Music with the 'Usual Suspects'
Fridays: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cielo is downtown's destination for lively and sophisticated events. Contact us for your inquiry via email or by calling (314) 881-2110.
Complimentary parking through Four Seasons valet only.
Arch-Laclede's Landing Metro-Link Station
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis invests further in unique guest experiences, adding private dining space, River North, which offers sweeping views of the Stan Musial Bridge. This new space comes as an addition to private dining spaces already offered by the Hotel, including its semi-private Sky Lobby and Gaja Wine Room, which features a 1,000 pound table made of reclaimed wood. Through its Chef’s Table experience, the Hotel offers its guests a five-course, off-the-menu meal along with unprecedented access to its world-class kitchen and staff.
Cielo is downtown's destination for lively and sophisticated events.
Cielo Restaurant and Bar Ratings and Reviews
Overall it's really good. Down town location with free parking; great view of riverfront at rooftop; large variety of food and good service. If I have to complain about one thing, I think the oyster isn't as fresh as it could be. But this is Midwest, no ocean nearby. Can't expect everything to be perfect.
For a Four Seasons, 5 star hotel, the overall dining experience was just okay. Our reservations were at 8:00pm; however they did not seat us until 8:45. Luckily it was a nice evening so we enjoyed a drink on the outdoor patio. The view is lovely! Once we sat down, there is some fine tuning the wait staff could work on to make the experience more top notch. Rolls were brought to the table; however there wasn't any butter. Either improve upon the quality of the rolls ( a bit dry) or provide butter. When salads were served, fresh ground pepper was offered. The waiter never came back with the pepper mil. Once dinner was server, he waiter never came back to ensure everything was correct or to our satisfaction. They did end the meal with a delicious flourless chocolate dessert for the birthday girl...which was a nice touch. As for the atmosphere in the dining area, I personally thought it was a little like an upscale breakfast room. They could update the tables and chairs to make it swanky and look more high-end.
The view was a "10" and the service was very good. Not so good after that. Our short rib entrees were disappointing: bland and overcooked. Order something else. I'm sure some other choices are fine. Our first courses (lobster ravioli and bruschetta) were satisfactory. The deal killer was the loud noise from the bar. This was hardly a romantic setting. Had it been a different occasion, maybe it would have been an acceptable pick. Be sure to "valet" your car, which we learned after the fact that the restaurant will validate. We did not do this, parked in the casino garage, and were charged $20. Ouch! Overall, not a very positive experience.
This is a review for Cielo's Sunday brunch. My husband and I had a Groupon so it was a decent deal.
The view and atmosphere of the restaurant was fabulous. We were seated pretty quickly and the servers were very attentive to drinks as well as restocking food.
We enjoyed the seafood cold bar with great coctail shrimps, okay raw oysters (they didn't have as much flavor as ones from Demun Oyster Bar), and smoke salmon. I wished their juice/smoothie bar used fresh fruits instead frozen (peach, strawberry, banana, blueberry).. but that's understandable in March. The meat station was okay with prime rib and lamb. Both a bit more done than I prefer. The salad fruit, salad, cheese and sliced cold meat were good. There were so many delicious food that we didn't even bothered with omelet station or the assortment of baked muffins/breads. The hot breakfast items were also less appealing in comparison, except the maple syrup thick cut bacon that was fabulous. I did also enjoy the pesto tortellini and lobster ravioli. The dessert section had a pastry chef making fresh donuts! Just the dessert section was enough to keep my hubby happy. We didn't even take advantage of the alcohol much.
We visited Cielo with a Groupon for the Tour of Italy. The influence of the Italian chef could be seen in handmade pasta and simple fresh bruschetta. If we had paid full price, it would have been unaffordable but with the Groupon it was a great deal. We especially liked the squid ink pasta and the unique twist on tiramisu.
The 8th floor patio looking out over the Arch and Mississippi river is interesting and romantic. We'll go back for happy hour soon.
Ultimately, you are at a hotel. The overnight guests arrive at the buffet in their pajamas, and the previous nights wedding tables with tablecloths and rented chairs are still set up. Not the cosmopolitan experience we were hoping for, but the bloody marys were delicious.
Took a friend for her birthday. We had an amazing view of downtown and Arch. Service was efficient, friendly and attentive. Everything we ate was delicious and beautifully presented! Wonderful birthday dessert surprise at end of our meal! All around, fantastic experience.
First time Ive visited since chef Frabrizio left for Florida. We had the tasting menu. We both disliked the salmon and ravioli. Loved the sea bass and my absolute favorite was the squid ink pasta with lobster. The steak needed seasoning. Dessert was ok, but we were stuffed from the other courses. Prosecco was included with the meal. Attentive to our needs with seating and being able to watch the Blues game while we ate. This is my favorite place to bring out of town guests when the patio overlooking the Arch is open. Good service. Wish they would change the bread basket back to the old one with several types of breads.
I treated my husband to dinner here for Valentine's Day! I'm not a fan of being locked into a limited menu, but understood why for the occasion. However, for a four course meal that was pretty much appetizer bites, and average in taste, I was disappointed for the cost. My husband and I were both hungry again before we got home good, and that was after spending $200 for that meal. The service and ambience is excellent!
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