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 catching up with friends at the bar or having dinner with family and friends, CUT delivers an elevated dining experience, great ambiance and exceptional dishes with ingredients sourced from local purveyors, fisherman and farmers. Known amongst locals as a TriBeCa hot spot, the restaurant is home to celebrities, tastemakers and neighbourhood residents.
- 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.
- Toast on the Water
There's no better way to view Downtown Manhattan than by boat – Champagne glass in hand. Let our Concierge team arrange a private sailboat or yacht rental from North Cove Marina for you and family and friends.
- 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.