A patron claims a waitress at his D.C. restaurant cracked her over the head with a metal water pitcher.
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Yet another reason to envy the one-percent.
Wolfgang Puck's flagship rockets out of the nineties with a more austere, authoritative appearance.
The refreshed restaurant is sneakily serving dinner.
Who better than an Austrian that can cater The Oscars to stage a stein and sausage fest?
The restaurant has a new rustic look for its first sit-down dining room and bar.
The chef doesn't want to see it go the way of Chasen's or Le Dome.
Wolfgang Puck plans to announce a completely new menu on opening night, free of classics like his smoked salmon pizza and tuna tartare cones.
The Spago captain will prepare a "special menu," which probably means foie gras.
Wolfgang Puck will be joined by Bon Appétit's Adam Rappaport and the restaurant's current and original chefs for a two-hour lunch.
The Kiss shiller notes his three favorite places to eat.
In which the chef teaches you both how to cook and how to make reservations at one of his many, many restaurants.
The chef is so on, Aziz Ansari even asks if he's on ecstasy.
Gordo's team misplaces a utensil and Brixton Prison goes on lock-down.
"Here I was in the hospitality business and people perceived me as being inhospitable," the chef says.
The $500,000 settlement is a mere drop in the bucket for the chef's $400 million empire.
"I thought it was an episode of Ashton Kuchner’s Punk'd [sic] it was an Episode of Pucked .. Ugly is Ugly."
Even the famous smoked salmon and caviar pizza will disappear.
Having purged long-term staffers, the Hotel Bel-Air opens with new menus from L.A.'s big man.
The No Reservations star calls the great chef's pizza "shitty," though he grants him the full rights to make it.