All Food and Drink
- CUT by Wolfgang Puck
The first Manhattan establishment from celebrated chef Wolfgang Puck, CUT is located just off our hotel lobby. Whether you’re starting your day with a relaxing breakfast, catching up with friends over lunch or having a special family dinner, CUT delivers an elevated experience. At night, the restaurant and bar transform into a TriBeCa hot spot for locals living in our area.
- In-room Dining
Our extensive In-Room Dining menu brings the restaurant experience to your room. No set meal periods – dine on what you like, when you’d like.
Wolfgang PuckWorld-renowned chef and restauranteur
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is home to the first CUT by Wolfgang Puck location in Manhattan. The Austrian-born celebrity chef works alongside the restaurant's Executive Chef, Ben Small, to create a five-star steakhouse menu, bursting with not only the finest cuts of meat but also plenty of fish and vegetarian options.
- West Village Gems
There’s no better place to enjoy lunch than on tree-lined streets of the West Village. Ask our Concierge to recommend their favourite restaurants in the nearby neighbourhood, from Café Cluny to Don Angie – a 20-minute walk or 10-minute car ride away.
- Picnic on the Water
There's no better way to view Downtown Manhattan than by boat – Champagne glass in hand. Let our culinary team prepare a gourmet picnic for you and your family or friends aboard your sail boat or yacht rental from North Cove Marina.
- A Date with the Brooklyn Bridge
Indulge in a fresh seafood feast at The Fulton, by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, located on Pier 17 in the revitalized Seaport District. This is a lively, trendy area with incredible views of the Brooklyn Bridge, East River and Manhattan Skyline. Before or after you dine, take a walk across the neighbouring Brooklyn Bridge – the bridge is only a five-minute walk from our Hotel.
- A Different Side of China Town
Journey through the busy streets of China Town to our favourite contemporary Asian-fusion restaurant, Chinese Tuxedo, set in an old community opera house. Their BBQ pork bun and roasted duck are must tries. After dinner, head downstairs to its ultra-cool speakeasy, Peachy’s, where pink neon lights, sleek leather booths and superfood-infused cocktails are served up for a memorable night on the town.