No restaurant is a better symbol of New York than The Four Seasons. Housed in legendary architect Mies van der Rohe's Seagram Building, with an interior by Philip Johnson, the rooms are decorated with a wealth of artwork and soaring vaulted ceilings. Request the "Pool Room" if you wish for a romantic environment for dinner. The "Grill Room," with its shimmering copper curtains and large oiled wood panels, is the choice of Manhattan's business elite. The inimitable hosts, Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder, ensure that all the power brokers, regular diners, and first-timers receive the Four Seasons' superior treatment. An after-work drink at the bar is also a time-honored tradition. Arguably the Four Seasons invented modern fine dining in New York, and it remains one of the city's most memorable experiences.
The Grill Room
The Pool Room