Closing of Historical Four Seasons Restaurant New York City -2016

The Four Seasons is a New American cuisine restaurant in New York City located at 99 East 52nd Street, in the Seagram Building in Midtown Manhattan. The restaurant is owned by the Bronfman family, Alex von Bidder, and Julian Niccolini.

Opened in 1959, the Four Seasons is associated with a number of milestone firsts in the hospitality industry. The Four Seasons is credited with introducing the idea of seasonally-changing menus to America. It was the first destination restaurant to print its menus in English. The Four Seasons was also the first restaurant in the US to cook using fresh, wild mushrooms.[4] In June 2015, Aby Rosen, owner of the Seagram Building, announced that the restaurant’s lease would not be extended.A new location at 280 Park Avenue was selected and a lease was signed. The Seagram Building location will close after dinner service on July 16, 2016, and the Four Seasons will move to Park Avenue.

World Liberty TV, Team was on hand at the Closing of the Four Seasons Restaurant and auctioning of all the items in the restaurant, see exclusive interview with Co-Founder Alex Von Bidder right here in our World Liberty TV.

 

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