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Sophistication meets steak in the heart of Beverly Hills at Forbes Travel Guide Tastemaker Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, a restaurant nestled inside the luxurious Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel). The 104-seat stunner crowns the Wilshire Wing of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star property, offering a world-class menu of steaks, seafood and fine wine.

Slip into a seat amidst the all-white contemporary décor from Richard Meier, acclaimed architect of L.A.’s Getty Center, and select your cut from a choice selection of meats presented tableside. Pay special attention to the impeccable marbling of the Japanese Wagyu beef, the texture of the Prime Illinois corn-fed, 21-day aged, bone-in rib eye steak and the definition of the double-thick Kurobuta pork chop served with Frog Hollow Farms’ Blenheim apricot moustarda.

The wine list travels the world, but weighs heavily on steak-complementing California Cabernets. Also notable are the handpicked Coravin selections — CUT is one of the first Los Angeles restaurants to offer exclusive vintages by-the-glass utilizing this new technology that lets you open a bottle of wine without removing the cork, thus allowing the bottle’s aging to continue.

Adjacent Sidebar marks the perfect place to begin or end your evening with expertly crafted cocktails, curated wines and a menu of light bites from Puck’s kitchen (think tuna tartare sandwiches, beef sliders on brioche buns and sourdough grilled cheese), all to the tune of DJ Michaelis’ house and hip-hop beats on weekend nights.

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