The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons Review
The landmark Seagram Building houses one of America's most famous restaurants, truly an only-in–New York experience. Owners Alex Von Bider and Julian Niccolini supervise the seating chart like hawks, placing power players in finance, entertainment, and New York society in prime positions for maximum visibility. The stark Grill Room, birthplace of the power lunch, has one of the best bars in New York (and the $28 two-course bar lunch is a steal). Illuminated trees and a gurgling Carrara marble pool characterize the more romantic Pool Room. The menu changes seasonally; there's a $75 prix-fixe pretheater dinner—a delicious indulgence. You can't go wrong with classic dishes like Dover sole, filet mignon, or crispy duck, but the restaurant moves with the times, so expect seasonal specials featuring luxe ingredients and preparations.
- Address: 99 E. 52nd St., between Park and Lexington Aves., Midtown East, New York, NY, 10022-5905 | Map It
- Phone: 212/754–9494
- Website: www.fourseasonsrestaurant.com
- Subway: E, M to Lexington Ave./53rd St.; 6 to 51st St
- Location: Midtown East
- Jacket required
- Reservations essential
- Credit cards accepted.
- Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.
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