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The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - 93 Reviews - 99 E 52nd St (at nr. Park Ave.), New York, NY - Romantic Dining Reviews - Phone (212) 754-9494

The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room

99 E 52nd St (at nr. Park Ave.)
New York, NY 10022
(212) 754-9494
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The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - New York, NY
The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - New York, NY
The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - New York, NY
The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - New York, NY
The Four Seasons Restaurant- The Grill Room - New York, NY



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Menu items were innovative. Service was top notch. The pool room was the most relaxing dining ambience that I've ever experienced in Manhattan. Our server even presented us wit...


I have been dining at the Four Seasons regularly since 1967. It has been one of my favorite restaurants. Therefore my recent experience was a surprise and disappointment. Our w...

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Four Seasons 3/24/2006

Kind of overrated. Of course this place is exquisite and the food is incredible (I *highly* recommend the duck).. but despite the lovely, calm, spacious and modern feel to the restaurant, I kind of felt like the place lacked a soul. Is that weird? It just felt dead or something. But maybe I went on an off night. The name still sounds incredible ("I took my gf/bf to the four seasons!"); and it's a great excuse to get dressed up. Enjoy! more
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Owner Message

  • No restaurant is a better symbol of New York than The Four Seasons. Designed by legendary architects Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, the restaurant is a modern classic that has been redefining American cuisine since 1959.

    Winner of Where Magazine's Best Food in New York award, The Four Seasons recently seduced New York magazine with "adventurous new flavors and marvelous pairings."

    When planning a visit to The Four Seasons, be sure to give your guests the address (52nd St b/w Park and Lexington Aves). Otherwise they may end up at a hotel chain by a similar name, rather than the restaurant that New Yorkers love.

    Menu items include whole roasted pheasant, saffron aoli bouillabaisse and filet of bison with foie gras and truffle sauce.


  • The Four Seasons is totally unique as a New York institution: For over half a century it's defined the New York power restaurant experience. The world's leading moguls, millionaires and bankers come to sit in either the Pool Room, with its central marble pool and the hum of quiet deal-making everywhere, or the equally elegant Grill Room, with its shimmering metal curtains. Designed by Philip Johnson, it's the essence of sleek modernism. But the food, as the name implies, has always hewed more to seasonal fresh cooking than to slickly contemporary trends of the times; the menu, like the restaurant itself, is timeless. Even the death of longtime chef Christian Albin in 2009 hasn't changed a thing: It's still Dover sole, Maine lobster, Long Island duck and the like, all simply and perfectly prepared.

  • 9/18/2009 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 12pm-2:30pm, 5pm-9:30pm Sat 5pm-11:30pm
  • Payments:

    Visa, Discover, American Express, Master Card, Diner's Club
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown Center, Midtown