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99 E. 52nd St., New York, NY 10022, United States | (212) 754-9494

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This is the place that defined the power lunching and expense account dining. Philip Johnson's sleek restaurant in Mies van der Rohe's landmark Seagram Building has been serving the elite reliable (if not inventive) staples like chicken milanese and steak tartare since 1959. The lease is set to expire in July of 2016: go before then to see one of old New York's grandest spaces and its one-percent crowd.

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Four Seasons New York

This is the place that defined the power lunching and expense account dining. Philip Johnson's sleek restaurant in Mies van der Rohe's landmark Seagram Building has been serving the elite reliable (if not inventive) staples like chicken milanese and steak tartare since 1959. The lease is set to expire in July of 2016: go before then to see one of old New York's grandest spaces and its one-percent crowd.