Quality has really dipped, but in spite of less-than-stellar food, there's usually a crowd. We can always recommend dining at the sushi bar. Or you can skip the entree and go straight for desserts.
Setting and Atmosphere
This building is actually two restaurants in one - four if you count the attached Wolfgang Puck Express and the sushi bar that flows into the restaurant's lounge area. Downstairs is the cafe, with several open kitchen areas, colorful tile, and plenty of pictures of Wolfgang Puck hanging around (though you won't find him in the kitchen). The "Dining Room" upstairs is a more formal venue, but in name only. Both spaces are inordinately loud, making conversation difficult.
Puck's wood-fired pizzas, including barbecue chicken and his signature smoked-salmon pie. Sushi is also a good bet.
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