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Spago

176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, USA
| +1 310-385-0880
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Fine California Dining at Beverly Hills' Chicest Spot Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Fine California Dining at Beverly Hills' Chicest Spot Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States
Spago Beverly Hills California United States

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Sun, Thur 5:30pm - 10pm
Mon - Wed 6pm - 10pm
Tue - Sat 12pm - 2:30pm
Fri, Sat 5:30pm - 10:30pm

Fine California Dining at Beverly Hills' Chicest Spot

Wolfgang Puck's flagship restaurant Spago is simple but delicious, serving classic California fare in a bright room of dark booths and white linen tablecloths. The seasonal dinner menu is split into three courses, plus a "From the Garden" selection of sides. Fresh fish and seafood—such as Spanish octopus in young coconut and crispy black bass—are heavily featured, as well as meats like rib eye cap steak and grilled rack of lamb. The California tasting menu is another option, and, at $145 per guest, presents a good deal for what you get: Spicy tuna tartare, grilled Wagyu beef, and handmade agnolotti are among the highlights.

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over 1 year ago

Spago

There may very well be no California cuisine without Wolfgang Puck, the James Beard Award–winning chef responsible for the defining genre. The Austrian-born chef’s flagship, Spago, debuted in 1982 and became known for its locally sourced menu—considered New Age-y at the time—and fabulous Oscar parties. The same see-and-be-seen vibe still reigns, and it’s one of a small handful of L.A. restaurants to be awarded two Michelin stars. The current Beverly Hills venue was redesigned in 2012, making the fireplace-studded patio even more romantic for white-tablecloth dinners. In the vibrant dining room, old-school waiters charm as they take orders for the barrel-aged Manhattan and refreshing Pepino’s Revenge (tequila, cucumber, basil, lime), plus the ever-popular California tasting menu (the whole table must participate). It usually features several of the longtime regulars’ favorites, such as the agnolotti, with a filling that changes seasonally (guests should call ahead in the summer to find out if the sweet corn is in yet). Pro tip: Along with the off-menu salmon pizza—made with house-smoked salmon—ask for the spicy tuna tartare in a sesame miso cone.