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Aby Rosen Taps New Team For Four Seasons Restaurant Space

Seagram Building owner Aby Rosen really is doing away with the Four Seasons Restaurant, and will be padding the iconic Philip Johnson-designed space with a new hospitality team and eatery when the Four Seasons' lease expires next July. The Post reports that Rosen has tapped downtown restaurant dream team Major Food Group, behind spots like Carbone, Dirty French, and Santina, to move into the iconic space that the Four Seasons has lived in since 1959, when the Seagram Building was first erected. Major Food Group will open a new restaurant, not called the Four Seasons, and have control of both the Pool and Grill rooms. The team will also take over The Brasserie space, although Eater says that room will have a different menu and feel then the more formal rooms.

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