The king of NYC's power lunch is gone - here are the restaurants that could take the throne




The Four Seasons Restaurant has closed after over 50 years of welcoming New York's elite into its ethereal dining room.

So now, after weeks of parties in which people jumped into the restaurant's famed pool, dined on food prepared by celebrity chefs, and generally mourned the passing of a legend, one thing remains: You still have to go somewhere to power lunch.

While we cannot bring back The Four Seasons, we can make a few suggestions as to where you might sit in a space that has something of the same transcendental quality.

They also happen to be spots where power lunchers already make reservations. Those are just going to be a little harder to get now.