There is so much to enjoy about the Four Seasons: a truly spectacular decor, from the large, square bar with its tubular metal sculpture hanging above, to the main dining room with its tranquil, bubbling pool in the center, but mostly the 20-foot windows with the undulating chain curtains. This is classic, old school New York dining--modern, sophisticated, calm. No conversation-squelching noise here. Waiters, yes men only, who can debone Dover sole table-side and perfectly time the arrival of each course. I think you may need to be a "certain" age to love the Four Seasons. And you've got to happily part with a hearty chunk of change. We've been for dinner in the past, but this time went for lunch. They have a "reasonable" 3 course pre fixe for $59, although we chose to order a la carte. Expect to pay about $70 or so for 2 courses at lunch. The portions, however, are ample. My husband had oysters (6) and crab cakes--lump meat and very good. I had the beet salad (one of the best I've ever had) and the Branzino, which was a special. Perfectly done fish, with lovely accompaniments, and more than I could eat. Wine by the glass was $18, about $4--$6 more than I'm used to paying, but this IS New York. The overall impression we came away with is one of being catered to in a setting of luxury with excellent food. What's not to like?