Cut

Restaurants , Steakhouse Beverly Hills
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Beverly Hills is home to more than a few steakhouses, but since opening its doors inside the Beverly-Wilshire hotel in 2006, Wolfgang Puck’s shrine to beef has been the chicest in town. With a Michelin star and several "Best New Restaurant" awards in its pocket, Cut stands out from the rest with a stellar art collection, a bright dining room that skews more Brat Pack than Rat Pack and a globally-influenced menu. Here, diners not only choose the type of steak, but also where it came from: The selection features five different farms including dry-aged USDA Prime beef from Kansas, grass-fed Angus from outside of San Diego, and authentic wagyu beef from the Miyazaki prefecture in Japan.

Venue name: Cut
Contact:
Address: Beverly Wilshire Hotel
9500 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
90212
Cross street: at S Rodeo Drive
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 6pm-10pm; Fri 6pm-11pm; Sat 5:30pm-11pm
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