This is the last month in business for Brasserie, The Four Seasons' neighbor in the Seagram Building. A rep from the Patina Group, Brasserie's mega-parent company, confirms that the restaurant will have its last dinner service on December 31 just before its lease at 375 Park Ave is set to expire. But unlike The Four Seasons — whose owners are looking for a new location once their lease expires next year — Brasserie will not reopen in another space.
Seagram Building owner Aby Rosen is teaming up with the unstopable Major Food Group for a revamp of both The Four Seasons and The Brasserie spaces. The team will offer different menus in The Pool Room, The Grill Room, and the Brasserie dining area. It's shaping up to be one of the biggest restaurant projects of the decade.
For the next few weeks Brasserie will be celebrating its 56 years in business with iconic dishes made famous in brasseries in both Paris and New York. Brasserie will finish out the year with a $65 prix fixe menu on New Year's Eve including classic dishes like seared foie gras, beef wellington, and French onion soup.