Wolfgang Puck's Spago Sports New Look

 In celebration of 30 years, Wolfgang Puck's Spago restaurant in West Hollywood has taken on a complete overhaul. 

The newly designed restaurant features leather oversized bar chairs, a row of silver-capped glass tincture bottles along the bar rail, and a new take on the cocktail menu. Tip: Try the Rolling Fog Over Mt. Fuji (think: Hibiki 12-year whiskey, Aperol and lemon). 

Looking for impressive? We found it at the 30,000 (yes, 30,000) bottle wine collecting. 

Multiple dining areas exist in the new space. The black cocktail tables in the bar area lend themselves to relaxed drinks and appetizers, while the outdoor garden patio is decked out with fireplaces and a one-touch, retractable roof system. 

As for the menu? Puck changes his menu daily with the seasons and availability of produce, but we hear some classic options include the Chino Farm's Vegetable Salad with Pine Nuts, Roquefort, Dates, Asian Pear and Apples; along with the Snake River Farm's Slow Braised Wagyu Short Rib with Pickled Mustard Seeds and Horseradish Cream. Yum.

For more information visit www.wolfgangpuck.com.

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