The Four Seasons restaurant is one of the most iconic culinary institutions in New York City, but unfortunately the page has turned and the space has been sold to Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi’s Major Food Group.
The Four Seasons will be reopened in a new location, while its former space will now be occupied by Carbone and Torrisi’s upscale concept now named The Landmark, short for The Landmark Rooms, according to Page Six.
The space will actually contain two restaurants: The Grill and The Pool, named after the well-known aquatic centerpiece of the original restaurant flanked by trees that changed with the seasons, which will be kept in the new restaurant.
The Landmark is slated to open next year. Landmark is not to be confused with Landmarc, Marc Murphy’s restaurant of a nearly identical name with two Manhattan locations in Midtown and Tribeca. The Daily Meal contacted Murphy to ask whether any copyright issues have arisen.