Great for a Business Lunch: Four Seasons, New York City
With an interior designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, and featuring artwork by the likes of Pablo Picasso, there's no doubt that the The Four Seasons (which opened in 1959) was always meant to accommodate the city's movers and shakers. Madonna, the Dalai Lama, and Martha Stewart are among those who've lunched here, and the expense account-friendly menu is reliably stocked with power broker classics like caviar, lobster, foie gras, and steak. But the true center of power lies with the restaurant's co-owner and maitre d', Julian Niccolini, who rules the lunchtime seating chart with flamboyant aplomb.
COST: Appetizers: $18 to $42; entrees: $38 to $65.
CLARISSA CRUZ | Columnist | Inc.com Contributor
Clarissa Cruz is the Fashion Features Editor of O, The Oprah Magazine. She is the former Style Editor of People magazine and has written for Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, Food & Wine, and Budget Travel.
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