A Four Seasons Pop-Up Is Coming to the Hamptons

Experimental pop-up is for one night only

If successful, the pop-up may stay as a more permanent installment as The Four Seasons relocates.

The Four Seasons may be closed and its contents auctioned off, but the iconic restaurant is far from gone.

As owners Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder work on relocation, the pair is bringing the energy of The Four Seasons to a one-night event in the Hamptons, Page Six reported. Should the test go well, the concept could transition into a full Four Seasons pop-up.

Many of the restaurant’s regulars are expected to attend the pop-up, taking place on Thursday at the Oreya restaurant and lounge at the Capri hotel in Southampton.

“It’s going to be just like my birthday party. I’m going to burst into flames with all the excitement and jump into the pool,” said Joanna Fisher, who took a dunk in the pool at the restaurant’s former location “when her mink-and-python-skin jacket caught on fire.”

Chef Greg Grossman has been given the go-ahead by Niccolini to recreate the restaurant’s signature dishes, which will be served on replicas of the plates used at the original location, Eater detailed.


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