| Wolfgang Puck to Open Ritz-Carlton Restaurant
by Richard Guzmán, City Editor,LA Downtown News Online
- DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES - Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck
will add to his L.A. Live presence with a new restaurant set to open inside the Ritz-Carlton, the hotel announced today.
The chef, who also runs the Wolfgang Puck
Bar and Grill at the $2.5 billion L.A. Live in South Park, will open WP24 by Wolfgang Puck
on the 24th floor of the hotel. The restaurant will feature Asian fare, a wine cave and two private dining rooms.
“Given my longstanding relationship with the city of Los Angeles, it is an honor to continue my involvement with the renaissance of Downtown, especially L.A. Live,”
Celebrities : Wolfgang Puck|
Categories : Celebrity Infomercial News, Celebrity Chef News, Author News,
Posted 3/2/2010 12:03:33 AM | Permalink
| Las Vegas: Restaurant Week with celebrity chefs
Los Angeles Times - CA, USA
- Sin City is proud of their celebrity chefs. As many know, fine dining has become a big and obvious draw for Las Vegas. Now, celebrated chefs Tom Colicchio, Michael Mina, Bradley Ogden, Wolfgang Puck
and Carla Pellegrino
are opening up their dining rooms to show off their talent in the kitchen. You can try them out for a fraction of what a regular night out would cost at their restaurants.
Deal: Get a three-course meal for only $50.07 at acclaimed restaurants such as Aureole and Fleur de Lys, SEABLUE, Bradley Ogden
, Bobby Flay’s
Mesa Grill, Nine Steakhouse, Social House and more.
Celebrities : Bradley Ogden, Carla Pellegrino, Michael Mina, Tom Colicchio, Bobby Flay, Wolfgang Puck|
Categories : Celebrity Chef News
Posted 11/20/2007 12:11:36 AM | Permalink
| Celeb chefs turn to steakhouses
Earthtimes.org - USA
- Celebrity chefs are increasingly crossing over into the steakhouse market, including a high-end meatery run by Wolfgang Puck
in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Puck's steakhouse, Cut, has been sold out nearly every night since it opened one year ago, USA Today reported Friday. Observers credit the success of Cut, as well as Emeril Lagasse's
Delmonico Steakhouse in Las Vegas and Bobby Flay's Bobby Flay
Steak in Atlantic City, N.J., to their female-friendly environments, selection of gourmet side-dishes and unusual architecture.
"Most steakhouses are so cookie-cutter, and I think it was only a matter of time before something changed," Puck said. "Dining out is
Celebrities : Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay|
Categories : Celebrity Marketing News, Celebrity Chef News
Posted 7/27/2007 06:07:06 PM | Permalink