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18 expert recommendations
Puck's formal, fun grotto and refined dining rooms still great places to be seen. You pretty much know the deal by now.
Even after all these years, Wolfgang Puck's home base is still an amazing experience.
In a city that is drawn to youth and trends, Wolfgang Puck has proven true staying power with Spago Beverly Hills, an L.A. institution for nearly 35 years. After receiving a contemporary... Full review →
Stargazers are likely to report sightings when dining at Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restau- rant, one of the pioneers of California cuisine.
The famed flagship restaurant of Wolfgang Puck is justifiably a modern L.A. classic and the people-watching here is worth the price of admission. Full review →
Despite all the buzz -- and years of stiff competition -- Spago may not be quite the pioneer it once was, but it's still very respectable. Full review →
The flagship of celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck's food empire, sophisticated Spago is among LA's most famous restaurants. Full review →
The dining room these days feels very much like the descriptions of Spago in its early glory days — a place where beautiful people go to pop corks and have fun. Full review →
Spago has long been an essential California kitchen, the one that pioneered the designer pizza and made Wolfgang Puck a household name. Full review →
The thick prime rib steak sings with the flavors of blood, age and char; the tagliatelle with white truffles perfumes half the observable universe when its glass dome is whisked away. Full review →
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck draws the Hollywood glitterati to feast on his "designer" pizzas, risottos, fish and duck, or Austrian classics like Wiener Schnitzel.
Flagship restaurant that begat the airport food court empire. Full review →
Flagship restaurant that helped nationalize Cal cuisine (in a different location), and still good for supping on Wolfgang Puck’s latest concoctions, among them designer pizzas.
So much about Spago should make you hate it - it feels like a hotel restaurant, is insanely expensive, and has a crowd that’s a mix of visiting businessmen, important Hollywood people,... Full review →Although there is a printed menu that’s somehow half Italian, half Asian fusion, there's a whole bunch of off-menu items you need to know to ask for - namely the pizza and the spicy tuna hand rolls.
An appetizer of "BBQ" skate wing brushed with a bright, spicy sambal seems like a prelude to greatness. Full review →
Executive chef Lee Hefter, a James Beard Award winner, has helped craft a daily-changing menu along with signature dishes, such as smoked salmon and caviar pizza. Full review →
Wolfgang Puck’s flagship restaurant is reimagined on the heels of its 30th anniversary. Among changes are an airy, more modern dining room and small-plate offerings including barbecued... Full review →
"Beautifully redone", Wolfgang Puck's Beverly Hills "classic" still attracts a "who's who" crowd thanks to its "consistently excellent", "creative" Californian cuisine. Full review →