Spago Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills
California Cuisine

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 face lift in 2012 courtesy of acclaimed interior designer Waldo Fernandez, the restaurant is being reenergized by a new generation of fans, drawn to Puck’s simple take on modern California cuisine, with classic dishes like loupe de mer and Snake River Farm’s American wagyu New York steak—not to mention one of the best patios in town.

Spago Beverly Hills
176 N. Canon Dr.Los Angeles, CA United States

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