The Four Seasons
99 East 52nd Street (between Park Ave. & Lexington Ave.)
(212) 754-9494
M-F 12-9:30 p.m., Sat 5 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
Reservations are recommended up to 3 weeks in advance

The Four Seasons is the only Manhattan restaurant named an architectural landmark. Since 1959 it has served fine American cuisine.

Winner of Where magazine’s Best Food in New York award and reviewed by New York magazine as “food is served in marvelous pairings and adventurous new flavors with generous full course meals.” Also, their wine list ranks among the best in the city.

The décor of the Four Seasons is truly impressive. From the massive plants that reflect seasonal changes to the fortune of art and tapestries hanging from its walls. The art of modern geniuses as Picasso, Joan Miro, Jason Pollock. Also on display are four Lichtenstein lithographs, three LeVa drawings and a Larry Rivers oil on canvas. There is a tour of the artwork every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.

The principal dining room is centered with a two-foot square pool made of white marble. The pool is filled with constantly bubbling water, and in each of its four corners are ceiling high ficus trees.