Thanksgiving Dinner at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Buffet reservations also include access to the Football Lounge, kid's entertainment area, and photo booth. Coffee, tea and non-alcoholic beverages are included in the per person price. Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Mary's at $20++ per person. Specialty wine list will be available.
Hours: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Price: $125++ per person, $45++ for children 5-12
Book online or call (206) 749-7070 for details
**Credit Card required to secure reservation
++ 20% service charge is added to all food and beverage for payment to service employees that serve the event. Washington sales tax of 10.1% applies to all charges.
This is for Thanksgiving buffet in ballroom dining room. Turkey breast was brined and moist, although the brining imparted a texture different from typical and a bit too salty. Dark meat was served off the the bone like pulled meat. Other proteins were more successful: ham, prime rib, lamb. Stuffing was flavorful and slightly sweet. Alaskan crab legs and large shrimp were top notch. Cheese and cured meats also good quality. Overall, we would have preferred whole carved turkey for T-day. Service was top notch as should be at the FS. Desserts were varied and of good variety.
The only problem was that Open Table did not show the different dining option available. It just said thanksgiving dinner at the four seasons. We had dinner there last year, but I called the restaurant, and it was all 5 Star. This year, we had dinner in a ballroom and it was a buffet. It would be great for large groups or families with small kids. But it’s not as nice as sitting in the main restaurant with the set menu. Nothing against the four seasons, but now that I know, I will call the hotel and will not use Opentable, unless they show all the options. Overall it was disappointing.
It's probably a little more expensive than it should be, but at the end of the day, it's fantastic food and a great experience. We probably wouldn't come back every year, but it's certainly something we will do again.
We have experienced the four seasons in many ways (dining, staying, events) and thought the Thanksgiving dinner would be on par. We were very wrong. Other than the cold seafood bar, the rest of the food was sub par. The deserts were limited to a couple of different pies that had been put all day. Service and ambiance did not match the price paid. We will not be back.
This married couple found this place perfect for Thanksgiving and will return next year. What better recommendation can you give then to say, "we will return".
Outstanding buffet, accommodating to all dining preferences
Everything was great but the Thanksgiving winelist was very limited. If we didn’t want a very inexpensive glass of wine (we didn’t and the options were limited to 3), we had to order a full bottle in the $100 range. There was nothing in the middle which is a trick restaurants use to force diners to spend more for the wine. We ordered a $180 bottle since it was a special day, but just didn’t like having very few options.
This was just disappointing. And expensive. I expected a much more welcoming and personalized experience. I felt like we were in an overpriced factory. Service which was not the best but was friendly was best thing about it. I would not recommend for a holiday occasion
Loved the assistant manager tending bar to help out.
loved being greeted by the chef when seated.
The seafood table was the best.
The chef Jason was lovely. He checked on us three times. I was on crutches and everyone was sensitive and accommodating to my needs. The piano player made the day extra special. Classy all the way.
The Thanksgiving buffet is worth it! We enjoyed a view of the water and ferris wheel, while raiding the seafood and oyster bar, carving table with prime rib, and generous helpings of all the regular fixings, which was perfect for the whole family. Dessert bar was a hit with the kids—well, everyone really because who would pass up pumpkin cheesecake!? Thanks for a wonderful holiday meal, Four Seasons.
I expected much more from the Four Seasons for a special thanksgiving meal. The food was mediocre, a visit from our server was few and far between and the ambiance was awful. We were seated in the foyer (overflow area, it seemed, though we made our reservation far in advance). Extremely dissapointed that I brought my out of town guests to such an overpriced and dissapointing thanksgiving meal.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle is rated 4.1 stars by 13 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.