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Reinventing The Steakhouse With Wolfgang Puck

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CUT by Wolfgang Puck within the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills

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Wolfgang Puck’s restaurants are the undisputed gold standard of classic, gourmet cuisine. His culinary empire spans the globe, with restaurants in the U.S., the U.K., Singapore, and more. We’ve scoped out two favorites in Beverly Hills and Las Vegas which are bringing an exquisite twist to American contemporary steakhouse cuisine.


CUT Beverly Hills

Tucked inside the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, CUT by Wolfgang Puck offers guests a modern take on the classic steakhouse experience. Sink your teeth into mouth-watering favorites such as the famous Bone Marrow Flan or Lobster & Crab “Louis” Cocktail. Dine like the stars and treat yourself to true Japanese 100% Wagyu beef from Niigata Prefecture. Slip away to the adjacent sidebar and enjoy the extensive menu of custom cocktails, stellar wine list, and impressive beer selection. Sidebar also serves “Rough CUTs” menu featuring a selection of favorite appetizers from the main dining room. Designed by Richard Meier, the acclaimed architect of Los Angeles’ Getty Center, CUT has been lauded as the best in steakhouse dining, service, and style for nearly a decade. Following the success of this concept in the U.S., Wolfgang Puck and his team have gone on to open three international locations in Bahrain, London and Singapore. Each location stays true to his signature dishes from the original Beverly Hills outpost, but add contemporary twists suited for each city’s customs and cuisine.

CUT Las Vegas Private Dining Room

CUT Las Vegas Private Dining Room

CUT Las Vegas

Enjoy the elegance and culinary delights of the original CUT Beverly Hills inside The Palazzo Las Vegas. The four-time AAA Four Diamond Award-winner CUT by Wolfgang Puck is serving steakhouse favorites from the Southern-California flagship, but with a twist and flair to match the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The 160-seat restaurant provides a modern aesthetic to a traditional steakhouse, with bronze-mirrored walls, custom-designed chandeliers, and a contemporary wine tower behind the bar. Try the Roasted Wild French Turbot “French Riviera” Style for a gourmet start to a glitzy Vegas vacation. Adjacent to the restaurant’s main dining room is an energetic, upscale bar and lounge showcasing custom cocktails, classic drinks and a “Rough Cuts” menu featuring CUT Las Vegas’ most popular appetizers. The lounge provides the perfect vantage point to people watch in the bustling Shoppes at The Palazzo, overlooking the famous Barneys New York. For a more intimate and exclusive night, reserve the private dining space. Retreat to the room and slide open fully retractable bronze glass wall to reveal a contemporary wine display.

From Southern California to Singapore, find a decadent Wolfgang Puck restaurant for any occasion at wolfgangpuck.com.

The next domestic location for CUT has a scheduled opening this summer in New York City.  Be sure to keep an eye out for it!

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