“One bite is enough to make you moan”
Credited with introducing seasonally-changing menus to America, The Four Seasons opened in 1959 and is one of the most talked about restaurants in the world. It was designed by Modern architects Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe and serves dishes that inspired the New York Times to rave, “one bite is enough to make you moan." An only-in-Manhattan phenomenon that offers two public dining rooms, The Four Seasons is a favorite of locals and critics who appreciate culinary classics and innovative seasonal dishes. The Pool Room is airy and romantic and serves an a la carte menu of what New York Magazine called “surprisingly adventurous new flavors and marvelous pairings,” as well as the deal-of-the-decade $59 three-course menu that changes seasonally to satisfy any palate. Known for its legendary power lunch, the Grill Room is more masculine with luminous French walnut-paneled walls and soaring two-story windows. It features an unfussy menu of Maryland crabmeat cakes, burgers, perfectly grilled fish, impressive rack of lamb and the filet of bison that GQ Magazine gave its “dish of the year” award. The Four Seasons has also been featured on Best Thing I Ever Ate on Food Network, and Mad Men.
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The Four Seasons
- Mon - Fri: 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- Sat: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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