Is CUT a good place for group dining?

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Whether you’re dining in a small group or need CUT to accommodate a larger party, you’ll have no trouble finding a group-dining option to fit your needs at this famous Wolfgang Puck steakhouse.
 
Groups of four to six people will be comfortably seated in the main dining room, which features a mix of booths and rectangular tables of varying size. There are 28 tables in all — and our Forbes Travel Guide editors think the cozy booth at the front of the room is the best seat in the house. Blink and you might miss it on your way in, but its discreet location is part of the charm, as are the great views you’ll enjoy of the entire dining room.
 
If you’re dining with a bigger group, that’s no problem either at this recommended restaurant located in The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino. The private dining room might be your best bet, with six tables that can handle up to 40 guests for seated meals, or 60 for cocktails. 

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