Although Wolfgang Puck has set up restaurants all around the world, he has yet to open one sit-down restaurant in all of NYC. Puck only has one quick service venue in JFK airport at the moment. This is all set to change in the summer when Puck opens his famous steakhouse chain CUT in the Four Season Hotel in downtown NYC. When asked why it took Puck so long to open a sit-down restaurant in NYC, he told reporters that a good opportunity never presented itself. Now he is confident that CUT will be successful in NYC.
CUT has a very large menu with over 10 steak options as well as a wide variety of sauces and sides. Currently Cut is also located in London, LA, Singapore, Beverly Hills, and Bahrain. All of these locations have received impeccable reviews. In addition to their world-class steaks, CUT also offers Lamb Chops and Lobsters. CUT also has an award-winning wine list and many delectable desserts to choose from. Amongst this restaurant chain’s many awards, CUT has received a three star rating from the Los Angeles Times and one Michelin star.
Depending on how well CUT does in NYC, Puck may bring his famous fine dining restaurant Spago to NYC. As of today, Spago has locations Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, Maui, Istanbul, and Singapore. Spago was first opened in 1982 in West Hollywood and cemented Puck’s reputation as one of the leading fine dining chefs in the world.