Once you are sated on art, satisfy some of your other senses at the Four Seasons restaurant. With a serene and sparely elegant mid-century interior designed by Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson, the Four Seasons restaurant has been lauded as "the city's greatest dining room." Lovers will want to book a table in the coveted "Pool Room," beneath trees that change with the seasons, just like the menu. Even when the city has settled into the deep sleep of winter, the garden here is always in bloom. The Four Seasons is often credited with being the first American restaurant to offer a seasonally shifting menu—one bite of which, according to The New York Times, is "enough to make you moan."