NYC’s best power lunches, according to true elites


For half a century, New York’s prime movers converged over Power Lunch — a daily conclave of the high-and-mighty, who mingled and table-hopped between tastes of foie gras and California Cabernet Sauvignon. The ritual was born at the original Four Seasons, in the Seagram Building. When it closed in 2016, most New York social chroniclers…

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