The Four Seasons (which originally opened in 1959) has been around for the past in Midtown. Until now, at least. The NY Times has reported that the legendary spot is closing at lunch on Tuesday, June 11th.
The Four Seasons reopened in August 201
Jee Park, senior VP of the restaurant's PR firm, sent us this statement on Saturday morning: "Regretfully, after nearly 60 years, The Four Seasons Restaurant will close the week of June 10th." Alex from Bidder, The Four Seasons managing partner, noted that the cost of running a restaurant in New York City, using the best ingredients possible continues to be a challenge against best efforts. " Park added that staff was only informed on Friday.
Alex Bidder, managing partner, adding, "We thank our loyal guests for the opportunity and support over the years. "
Bidder told the NY Times," We just could not make it; we have not done enough business to satisfy [the investors]. "