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Month: October 2017

NY POST The insider’s guide to the new Grill at the old Four Seasons

The Grill’s a thrill. After a year of painstaking labor under the watchful eye of the Landmarks Preservation Commission — and $32 million pumped into the former Four Seasons space — the fabled Grill Room has been reborn for 21st-century New York. Seagram Building landlord Aby Rosen, along with Major Food Group restaurateurs Jeff Zalaznick […]


NY TIMES The Grill Is Confident, Theatrical, Sharp and New Yorky

New York kept certain fantasies about the Four Seasons alive for a long time. We told ourselves that it was an elegant restaurant, that it was an important restaurant, that the roll call of designers, editors and so on who ate lunch there — a short list that grew shorter as publishers moved downtown, expense […]


EATER NEW YORK The Grill Is the City’s Only Four-Star Ode to the Past

I will never forget the day Julian Niccolini, the silver-haired owner of the old The Four Seasons in Midtown, personally served me in the landmark Grill Room, the institution that invented the power lunch. Philip Johnson’s bead curtains sparkled in the sunlight. Rudy Giuliani — who had not yet transformed into a spitfire caricature of […]


TIME OUT New York The Grill

“Let me get you an emergency martini,” the table captain pronounces the second your behind hits the banquette. You didn’t ask for one—you didn’t even know you needed one until the chilled glass arrives, straight up with a twist, effectively soothing the fuss of hightailing it uptown at rush hour during a heat wave. It’s […]

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