Inside Wolfgang Puck’s Remodeled Spago

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Restaurateur extraordinaire Wolfgang Puck recently opened the doors to his newly remodeled Spago restaurant in Beverly Hills, which features various pieces of Ed Ruscha artwork from Puck’s personal collection, a 2,500-bottle wine cellar and a retractable rooftop on the patio. recent took a video tour of the inside of Spago, exploring all of the newly implemented designs of the popular Beverly Hills restaurant. The remodeled space features a top-of-the-line kitchen, “a bright, fresh approach”, a patio for al fresco dining, a hearth in the main dining room, artwork from Puck’s personal collection (the restaurant was curated by Puck’s wife), and more. Spago’s staff are even outfitted with stylish uniforms designed by Puck’s friend Paul Marciano, of Guess.

According to, Spago first opened in 1982 on the Sunset Strip, but relocated to its current location in 1997 and reopened in the fall of 2012 to reveal an updated, modern feel.

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