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The Four Seasons Restaurant
The Four Seasons is a New York original, with a stunning, landmarked interior designed in 1959 by Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson. It caters to a faithful clientele of Gothamite high-rollers and power-lunchers, serving an American menu that offers few surprises but usually manages to satisfy everyone's tastes. Located in Park Avenue’s historic Seagram Building, this is the place to order things like Ossetra caviar with rösti potato, steak tartare prepared tableside, and chateaubriand with haricots verst and béarnaise sauce, then sit back and dine like a grown-up.
— Arthur Bovino, 101 Best Restaurants, April 1, 2015
- The Four Seasons Restaurant - Midtown East - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide New York Magazine
- The Four Seasons Restaurant Menu - Midtown East - New York Magazine Restaurant Guide New York