The Top Dining Experiences at Four Seasons Properties

Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel
Guests can dine in a "Work of Art" at the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel.

Four Seasons properties in Milan, Florence and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat have announced new culinary offerings for guests, including brand-new menus at Michelin-starred restaurants, a private dinner in an historic villa, a chance to experience a typical day on a Tuscan farm and more.

Here are the top dining experiences at Four Seasons Properties:

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze Collaborates with Florentine Pizzaiolo Master, Romualdo Rizzuti

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Starting June 2018, the “Master of Pizza” Romualdo Rizzuti will collaborate with Al Fresco, the hotel’s seasonal Pizzeria and restaurant. Romualdo, together with the hotel’s Michelin-starred chef, Vito Mollica, created a menu of pizzas inspired by their origins. Pizzas such as the “O’ Panuozzo di Romualdo,” with Neapolitan ragout and bufala ricotta, are made with local ingredients from Campania, while the Basilicata, home of Chef Mollica, has inspired “La Lucana”, made with cherry tomatoes, Pecorino cheese from Filiano, red eggplants, borzillo salami and Senise’s peppers dust.

Table to Farm - Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

Four Seasons Hotel Firenze introduced an exclusive experience allowing guests to experience the Tuscan country life. Guests can discover how the best Italian products are grown and live a typical day on a Tuscan farm. From feeding chickens in the morning and tasting locally grown products at lunch to touring the wine cellars, guests will experience Italian culture first hand.  

Michelin-Starred Picnic in the Park - Four Seasons Hotel Firenze

Guests can enjoy a Michelin-starred picnic for lunch or dinner in Four Seasons Firenze’s park. Prepared by the hotel’s chef Vito Mollica, Italian specialties include a Tuscan spelt salad, Italian finger sandwiches, bresaola and a variety of artisanal cheese, all paired with a bottle of Tuscan red wine produced in the nearby Chianti region.

Le Cap Restaurant in Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel Reopens

This May, Yoric Tièche, executive chef at Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel announced his new menu and fine dining experiences for the reopening of the Hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Cap. Tièche offers a news take on Provençal and Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary twist that emphasizes the region’s local identity. Menus will change with the seasons to incorporate fresh produce from farmers markets and what he grows in the hotel’s garden.

Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel Announces Florent Margaillan as New Pastry Chef

Florent Margaillan will succeed Gaëtan Fiard as executive pastry chef of Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel. His mission will be to elevate the dessert menus of the three restaurants: Chic French Riviera Bistro “La Véranda”; the pool-side grill of the Club Dauphin, and the Michelin-starred restaurant “Le Cap”. 

Dine in a Work of Art by Jean Cocteau - Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel

An experience offered exclusively to guests of the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel, travelers will experience a private French Riviera home for an evening, complete with Michelin-star dining and historic works of art. Jean Cocteau, who lived in the villa for 13 years, turned the home into a work of art, decorating the floors and walls with mosaics, murals and frescos that remain today.

The villa, perched on the Mediterranean shoreline, once belonged to socialite Francine Weisweiller and served as a gathering place for celebrities, writers and artists, including Coco Chanel and Pablo Picasso. After a personal tour of the home and its artwork, guests will enjoy maître d’ service of cocktails and French cuisine customized by a Michelin-star Chef Yoric Tièche, complete with Mediterranean views on the villa’s terrace. 

The Chocolate Room - Four Seasons Hotel Milan

Open during Sunday brunch and decorated entirely in chocolate, the Chocolate Room switches themes each year. Past themes include chocolate factory and a Ratatouille-themed lounge. This year guests can marvel at the “tropical forest” room, which includes jungle-inspired vegetation and décor with exotic animals, such as butterflies, toucans and ladybirds. The room itself contains 660 pounds of chocolate and took over 300 hours of work to complete.

A High-Style Dinner Event - Four Seasons Hotel Milan

Travelers can experience Milan fashion at this dinner, created exclusively by Four Seasons Hotel Milan in collaboration with Italian menswear Caruso. Inspired by Caruso’s short film starring Italian actor Giancarlo Giannini, guests will enjoy the culinary specialties of the Hotel under the skylights of Caruso’s flagship store, which has been designed to resemble the interior of Parma’s Teatro Regio.

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