Four Seasons Chicago to Get New Restaurant

Heads up, foodies! Four Seasons Hotel Chicago has announced it will open a new modern American restaurant in February 2012 as part of an extensive redesign project that is planned for several public spaces inside the hotel. Seasons Restaurant will close on January 1, serving its last meal on New Year's Eve.
 
Executive Chef Kevin Hickey, under whom Seasons earned its Michelin star rating in 2010, will continue as executive chef of the new restaurant, creating a concept that we hear will focus on regional, farm-to-table modern American cuisine.
 
The Four Seasons Hotel Chicago's new restaurant will be located in the space adjacent to the seventh-floor hotel lobby that currently houses Seasons Bar and Lounge, while the current Seasons space will be converted into private event space. Featuring floor-to-ceiling views of Lake Michigan and Michigan Avenue, the private space will become a picturesque backdrop for social and corporate events. The extensive redesign of the current Seasons Bar and Lounge space will showcase a warm, approachable, and more modern aesthetic. While the main structural elements of the space will remain intact, all decor elements will be replaced to create a chic, contemporary look for the new restaurant and adjacent bar.
 

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