Spago Beverly Hills
The flagship of Wolfgang Puck’s fine dining restaurant empire, Spago maintains a cutting-edge role as a creative culinary force. The original Spago opened in 1982 in West Hollywood and relocated to Beverly Hills in 1997 and spawned three siblings, Las Vegas, Maui and Beaver Creek. Each has its own distinctive design and inspired cuisine influenced by the environments in which each restaurant is located.
The imaginative, seasonal menus American cuisine with global accents. The menu features Spago’s classics and new signature dishes using premier produce, fish and meats. The setting is sophisticated, warm and inviting.
Wolfgang Puck and Barbara Lazaroff's legendary, flagship restaurant features a completely new menu and design. The master chef, along with Executive Chef and Managing Partner Lee Hefter, has re-invented the entire menu with his signature farm-to-table philosophy, heightening the iconic California cuisine Puck catapulted to stardom.
Spago's renovated design from Waldo Fernandez complements the food with its clean and simple aesthetic, incorporating natural elements to add an organic feel. Spago's co-founder/co-owner Barbara Lazaroff created the original design for Spago in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills.
Spago continues to set the standard for cuisine, service and style and is consistently recognized as the ultimate in fine dining. Spago is the recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award and received two stars in The Michelin Guide-Los Angeles edition, one of only three restaurants in the city to win this coveted distinction. In 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 the restaurant earned the prestigious Wine Spectator Grand Award, the publication's highest honors. In 2014, Spago was a James Beard Foundation semi-finalist for Outstanding Wine Program and a finalist in the category in 2015.
The Bar at Spago
The Bar at Spago is now a prime spot to drink and dine! With a new fun and approachable menu of savory and sweet delicacies and an innovative cocktail list, the bar is now a destination in itself.