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Wolfgang Puck’s Cut Gets a Makeover

An expanded bar, crudo bar, and more arrive

Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
| Anthony Mair

Wolfgang Puck’s Cut now has a new look at the Palazzo. Todd-Avery Lenahan, founder of local design firm TAL Studio, created the original design for Cut when it opened in March 2008 and worked on the renovations that bring a lounge that doubled in size. Puck’s fine dining group spent an estimated $3 million on construction costs alone.

The lounge now accommodates 90, while an extended bar seats 20. Also new? A shellfish and crudo bar on ice that sits at one end of the bar.

The bar top now features a leathered stone bar, custom seating, acrylic table tops, textured walls and ceilings, wood flooring, and a redesigned banquet room. To go along with the renovations, executive chef Matthew Hurley now serves Maine diver scallops crudo with apple and white Alba truffles; chilled red king crab with Thai red curry vinaigrette; shellfish plateaus; and Keluga Queen and Golden Oscetra caviar service.

The bar also got a boost with its whiskey and brandy lists, now expanded, new barrel-aged cocktails, a roving cocktail cart with bottle service, and a wine list with 1,400 selections. The bar and lounge are open nightly at 3 p.m. and the dining room is open from 5:30 to 11 p.m.

Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
Anthony Mair
The bar at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
The bar at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
Anthony Mair
The private dining room at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
The private dining room at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut
Anthony Mair

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The Palazzo

3325 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 607-7777 Visit Website

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3325 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-607-6300 Visit Website
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