One Pittsford restaurant has been cooking for nearly a week to get ready. The feast includes 25 chefs and more than 200 hours.
Mario's Restaurant on Monroe Avenue in Pittsford was sold out for families who didn't want the hassle of cooking.
To feed this many it takes 109 turkeys, 30 gallons of gravy, 700 pounds of dressing, and 200 pies. Anthony Daniele, co-owner, says "times have changed a little bit.
People do enjoy eating together on Thanksgiving, but it takes a lot of the stress off the preparations, the cleanup."
The holiday buffet sold out for the fifth year in a row. If you missed this feast they will do it again on Christmas Eve.