St. Louis


  • The interior of cinderhouse restaurant at four seasons saint louis is decorated with a navy accent wall, light wooden floor with a chevron style, black tables and camel colored leather chairs
    Cinder House

  • Cinder Bar

  • In-bungalow dining breakfast with sunny side egg, roast potatoes and salad, toast, coffee and fresh fruit
    In-Room Dining


All Food and Drink

Cinder House

James Beard Award-Winning Chef Gerard Craft is blending the tradition of wood-fired meat, vegetables and fish with bold international flavours. With an eye on the entire world, but a heavy hand toward South America, a meal at Cinder House is always flickering with surprises.

Cinder Bar

Innovative cocktails, an extensive list of wines by the glass and a handpicked selection of local and craft beers served alongside light fare make this St. Louis’ best spot for sipping, snacking and socializing. Grab a caipirinha and sit back and enjoy the terrific view, seated inside or perched at the outdoor bar overlooking the downtown skyline.

In-Room Dining

Whether you’re time-zone hopping, feeding a hungry team during an impromptu meeting, or looking for quiet, private dining, you can choose from our extensive In-Room menu day or night.


  • Sundays 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

    Cinder House Brunch Buffet

    Centered around dishes from the custom, wood-burning hearth, Gerard Craft and his team have created an incredible Sunday Brunch Buffet. The buffet features multiple carving stations, omelettes made-to-order, fire-roasted vegetables, fresh salads, fruit and traditional brunch favorites.

  • Sunday – Friday, 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm


    Join us at Cinder Bar for a USD 15 burger or piri piri sandwich and draft beer or caipirinha.

  • Welcome to Cinder House by Gerard Craft

We can arrange virtually anything. +1 (314) 881 5800 Contact

The Team

Consulting Chef Gerard Craft

Consulting Chef Gerard Craft

“Some foods taste so much more complex when cooked on a wood fire. Grilling is a universal technique so the menu reflects many different cultures but the food will be heavily influenced by the grilling mecca of South America.”