Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group invites guests to celebrate the New Year in style with an incredible dining experience. Spago, CUT, Trattoria del Lupo, Postrio Bar & Grill and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill are all offering special New Year’s Eve tasting menus, in addition to their award-winning a la carte menus.
Wolfgang Puck creates a new low-calorie, organic alternative to traditional holiday party drinks.
With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start planning end of the year celebrations. Buying gifts for family, choosing where the festivities will be held and deciding on the featured entree are just a few of the hectic items on the agenda. Take some of the stress off of your plate with Master Chef Wolfgang Puck’s tips, recipes, products and services.
Renowned chef Wolfgang Puck applies his culinary expertise and ingenuity to a new line of ready-to-drink iced coffee beverages. Wolfgang Puck Culinary Iced Coffees are new bottled coffee drinks that are great-tasting, certified organic, kosher and only 120 calories per bottle.
Reinventing the traditional “bar and grill” model, Wolfgang Puck’s Postrio is proud to unveil its new, innovative concept that combines fun and approachable dining in a spectacular setting.
Master Chef Wolfgang Puck is excited to bring his latest restaurant concept, Wolfgang Puck Bistro, to Tulsa. Opening in the first quarter of 2010, the restaurant will be located at 3330 South Peoria Avenue in the location formerly occupied by Delta Café.
It’s been almost three decades since master chef Wolfgang Puck first opened Spago on the Sunset Strip and introduced diners to his innovative style of cooking known as California cuisine. Now, the father of California dining is introducing Los Angeles to his newest restaurant, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, downtown at L.A. Live.
In addition to being at the forefront of the culinary industry, Wolfgang Puck also is a leader on the information superhighway with the recent launch of his newly redesigned website, wolfgangpuck.com.
In the past, Dallas businesses have looked to first-rate locations outside of the metroplex to host corporate retreats, seminars and travel programs, but the current market situation has executives booking “stay-cations,” keeping the essential events closer to home and minimizing travel costs.