The Four Seasons Restaurant
Formerly located in New York’s iconic Seagram building, The Four Seasons restaurant served for decades as Manhattan’s go-to spot for a high-power business lunch. After closing its doors in 2016, biding adieu to its loyal diners and the midtown location the eatery inhabited since its debut in 1959, the restaurant has reopened just blocks away in a smaller, newly renovated space by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld. The latest incarnation of the New York establishment, favored by politicians, businessmen and countless creatures of culinary habit, has immerged with a new outlook on dining and hospitality. With a beautiful bar and a menu boasting elegant, simple cuisine, The Four Seasons is a must go for anyone yearning for a taste of old school New York done with a modern flair.