Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
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Hotel Bel-Air 701 Stone Canyon Rd Los Angeles, CA 90077
701 Stone Canyon RoadUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90077
(310) 472-1211*
Hotel, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Cocktail Bar
Californian Restaurant
Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air features modern California cuisine with European and Mediterranean influences in a spectacular garden setting. All menus reflect the healthy California lifestyle and sho
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Celebrity chef's counter-serve chain offering signature pizzas, sandwiches & other light fare.- Google
"Brunch was delicious!"
"Wolfgang Puck plus Hotel Bel-Air does not equal MacDonald's prices."
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Sheri McCoy
3 months ago
This place isn't any great place. Hubby and and I came on a Friday night for DineLa. We were early and seated very quickly. There are booths and in the center are tables. Ambience is romantic with dim lights. It could get cold since seating is sort of an outdoor area patio but it's kind of covered with heat lamps. Hubby had to grab a coat. Food was good but not great. Maybe it was the set menu for DineLa so I'll have to come back to try the other regular dishes. Parking isn't great. There's street parking across the street if you come early enough but other wise there's valet with the hotel.
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Dawn Martin
7 months ago
We really enjoyed our dinner here when we stayed at the Hotel Bel-Air. I had the fish and chips and it was delicious. The fish was excellent and the chips were nice and thick. My boyfriend had a steak that was also very good. The outside dining was beautiful on a summers night.
Kiley Fanning
11 months ago
Loved this place! Would've sat outside if temperature was about 10 degrees warmer. Brunch was delicious! I rated food 4 starts because my friend ordered yogurt and it came in a very small stemless martini glass, and honestly, Paying what we did for it I feel like you should've received more. One more thing, mimosas were $12. I don't mind paying for nice things but $12? Overall, I recommend this place and would definitely come back and tell my friends!
Zack Port
2 years ago
The food was spotty at best for the criminal prices charged at this chain, which did manage to wow in decoration.
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Foodie Natacha
2 months ago
The staff is attentive and will be quick or slow, depending on your wishes. They have even overheard us about a birthday being mentioned and brought the complementary birthday dessert without being asked.
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Kara Patel
6 months ago
I love this place! They recently remodeled it and it is stunning! Parking is expensive but other than that this is a very beautiful place to eat and hang out.
michael berliner
a year ago
Food: One home-run (large portion of Puck’s signature Wiener schnitzel) and one C+ short ribs nightly special (too fatty and a tiny portion), and an excellent chocolate souffle. Atmosphere: not quite as elegant as the old restaurant but still beautiful and, for the most part, quiet enough to have a conversation (a rarity in L.A. these days), but the noise increased (though not too intrusive) when they piped in (bizarrely) some country music, and it was about to get much noisier at the time we were about to leave, there being a large wedding taking place seemingly throughout the hotel, with multiple music venues. Something worth checking out when you make a reservation. As to all the reviewers who complained about “exorbitant” prices: give me a break! Wolfgang Puck plus Hotel Bel-Air does not equal MacDonald’s prices.
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Alan Sydney Baer
a year ago