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The Four Seasons Restaurant (closed)

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About The Landmark

The Four Seasons Restaurant (NOW CLOSED) was once a timeless setting created by two legendary architects, Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson. Designated as an interior landmark in 1989, the restaurant was located within the landmark Seagram Building (1958) and was one of the most elegant International Style interiors in the United States.

IT IS NOW CLOSED, but was once located at: 99 East 52nd Street (between Park and Lexington avenues) fourseasonsrestaurant.com

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