A mint grill only non-stop in New York’s many famous dining room — here’s what it looks like inside

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Fish filet, The PoolThe Pool has a seafood-centric menu.Sarah Jacobs

For some-more than 50 years, 99 East 52nd Street in Manhattan was home to a famed Four Seasons restaurant. During that time, its energy lunches drew a clientele that enclosed a likes of Henry Kissinger, Martha Stewart, and Michael Bloomberg, as good as copiousness of bold-face names in a art universe and financial industry.  

Since a Four Seasons sealed in Jul 2016, new residents have changed into a landmarked space. Major Food Group, that also operates a restaurants Carbone, ZZ’s Clam Bar, Parm, Sadelle’s, and Santina, is behind 3 new restaurants there; a first, called The Grill, non-stop in May, while a second, called The Pool, non-stop progressing in July. 

“It was an implausible event and shortcoming that we do not take lightly,” partner Jeff Zalaznick told Business Insider of a pierce into a iconic space. Zalaznick owns Major Food Group with Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi.

The Pool is a curtsy to a former Four Seasons’ “pool room,” that had a gurgling fountain that still stays in a core of The Pool’s dining room. The Pool has a seafood-centric menu, and a loll and bar offer decidedly elementary cocktails.

 Below, take a demeanour inside The Pool and see some of a dishes being served there. 

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