New York’s most powerful and elegant restaurant housed in the amazing Seagram Building. Martinis and steaks all the way.
New York is a city not short of famous dining establishments, and the Four Seasons was one of the most celebrated of all – opened in 1959 in Midtown, it was groundbreaking in many ways. The stunning space has been gently revamped and made more welcoming, more inclusive, and more luxurious; the menu, too, has been given an update, aiming to channel midcentury NY chop houses, and including the likes of filet mignon, oysters and Dover sole. It’s also like dining in an art gallery – look out for originals by the likes of Messrs Joan Miró and Cy Twombly.