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Spago - Beverly Hills

176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Regular Hours
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Tue - Fri
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Extra Phones

Fax: (310) 385-9690

General Info

Spago's new re-imagined, market-driven menus feature the freshest, highest-quality ingredients with inspiration from our garden and local farmer's markets, infused with legendary chef Wolfgang Puck's signature styles. The place to see and be seen, Spago continues to set the standard for cuisine, service and style and is consistently recognized as the ultimate in fine dining.

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Free Wifi, Valet Parking Available


Reservations, Special Events, Dessert, Cocktail, Wine, Private Dining
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  • 08/01/2013

    Spago is the best place for food and drinks in Los Angeles County. Everything they serve is beyond excellent. Yes, Spago is that good. George Vreeland Hill

  • Great selection of fresh product and

    Great selection of fresh product and perfectly executed dishes.

  • Our family enjoyed excellent f...

    Our family enjoyed excellent food and services. Most foods are very tasty and the display was fantastic. Even the bread platter was good. Price was high, but the atmosphere was great.

  • Old School Service and Quality

    Really, we have yet to have an ""LA"" experience here, which is the ultimate complement. There is thought and consideration in both the level of service as well as the preparation and presentation of the dishes.\r \r It is refreshing to see an established restaurant that does not rest on its laurels and rely on celebrity name dropping for its appeal. \r \r Try the heirloom tomato salad for a sample of the complexity of flavors the chef has to offer.

  • Looking forward to an old friend's place

    Whenever you have a chance to visit an iconic place that serves you in the proper manner, with not necessarily the best food, but the best service; I'd say you should highlight it and make note for others. To elaborate, the food at Spago is first rate, especially the pastry chef's creations. A real highlight is the simplicity and decadent flavor that makes me want to return again and again. Sure, sometimes Spago is a bit hoity toity but we were always made felt welcome and that just is the way it should be.

  • my favorite restaurant

    This is definitely my favorite restaurant.\r They change their menu every day that you can?t get bored of anything there.\r Their customer service is the best of the best.\r And their desserts are TO DIE FOR!\r

  • Great menu

    I am a super picky maybe the pickiest eater ever yet I couldn't find a single thing wrong with anything I ordered here. Had a perfect anniversary dinner recently, wine menu is extensive and the somelier is very very helpful. Waiting staff is there when you need it but they don't bother you with constant stares. And most importantly the food is just beyond perfect. \r However, I think It's time for them to hire an interior designer, the place kinda looks outdated.... Its almost 2010 guys....

  • Past its prime

    Spago was once an amazing dining experience. Now it seems like the last Bastion for a bankrupt Wolfgang Puck: the food is not very good at all. Consistently over salted and watery. Deserts are better. The Dobos torte is better than its Hungarian creators could ever make. Front door person had an attitude and made us wait at the bar even thought the restaurant was half empty.

  • Lived up to its reputation!

    My 16 year old daughter opted for a trip to California (from NY) instead of a party. Spago was on her ""Bucket List."" After looking at the menu on line, I thought she would be disappointed. I was WRONG! I took her and two of her friends to dinner. They had NO problem choosing appetizers and dinner! One of her friends is in cooking school and was mesmerized by the view into the kitchen! The staff could not have been friendlier! The highlight of the evening was, of course, when Wolfgang Puck came over to the table and introduced himself and chatted with the girls. He graciously took a photo with them as well.\r \r As for the food...I had the artichoke soup and it was beyond delicious! I can honestly say...I have never tasted anything quite like it! It is a MUST have! The girls all had the risotto - my favorite - and it was outstanding! You could definitely taste the wood fired brick oven! For an entree, we had the duck - very, very good!! - the salmon - excellent! far, the best was the chicken with black truffles!\r \r We shared the cookies for dessert and they were beyond incredible! I was worried that the restaurant wouldn't live up to our expectations but it exceeded them! DEFINITELY worth the trip! was the best $$$ we spent for a meal in California! Worth every penny!

  • Wolfgang is my food god.

    Wolfgang Puck is my favorite chef! Spago is warm and friendly- never stuffy. The Food is wonderful, I keep getting the duck dishes when I go, they are just so amazing. The dishes are paired so nicely with unique sides. Also the walnut bread they pass out is yummy! \r The best part is Wolfgang coming around to every table to talk to you. I have yet to come up with something interesting to say to him (he he) \r Overall all it is a beautiful dining experience. My goal is to try every WP restaurant in my life ( or his, since I'm younger than him)

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