Four Seasons New York Downtown Celebrates 2 Year Anniversary With Special Tasting Menu By Wolfgang Puck

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Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is celebrating quite the milestone as it celebrates its second anniversary. Since opening in September 2016, the 100th hotel in Four Seasons global portfolio has become the cornerstone of Lower Manhattan and the Downtown community. Setting the standard for other hotels to follow, this iconic property managed to achieve both the AAA Five Diamond Rating within the first year and the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Rating within the first 18 months of operation, an achievement that is quite rare in the hospitality industry.

The Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown was conceived by visionary downtown developer Larry Silverstein and famed architect Robert A.M. Stern. Construction on the 82-storey tower officially began in December 2013 and on September 19, 2016 the Hotel and Residences opened to much acclaim.

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To celebrate the second year anniversary, the hotel has unveiled a few new initiatives from now through until the end of September 2018, with the standout highlight of an exclusive five-course tasting menu in CUT by Wolfgang Puck. This dinner will take place on Thursday September 27, with seatings available from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.

The menu will feature Wolfgang Puck classics along with some exciting new culinary creations in collaboration with chef Raymond Weber. A unique beverage pairing experience featuring spirits from Macallan and wines from the Gaja family will also be available. Seats are begin at USD 125 per person for the five-course tasting menu, with additional beverage pairings for USD 75 per person. Reservations should be made directly with CUT by calling 646-880-1995.

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For more information on the second anniversary celebrations visit Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown online.