A CUT above the rest in Beverly Hills

A chic spot in the heart of Beverly Hills, CUT, at the Beverly Wilshire, has become the place to see and be seen and has garnered high praise from many outlets including the Los Angeles Times (Three Stars), Wall Street Journal and Wine Spectator, to name a few.

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(Courtesy photo)

Additionally, noted food critic John Mariani awarded CUT “Restaurant of the Year” in Esquire magazine’s November 2006 issue. In 2007, CUT was nominated for “Best New Restaurant” by the James Beard Foundation, considered one of the highest marks of distinction within the culinary community. CUT is the recipient of one star in the prestigious Michelin Guide, Los Angeles edition.

(Courtesy photo)
(Courtesy photo)

Widely acknowledged for its remarkable art collections, CUT is proud to introduce its latest collection from renowned artist John Baldessari. Entitled “W/Studio 54 Series,” the installation of the nine pieces coincided with the debut of Baldessari’s newest exhibit at LACMA (www.lacma.org).

SIDEBAR

A sophisticated, modern lounge adjacent to CUT, sidebar is the ideal place to unwind after work or to relax on weekends. A menu of appetizers, accompanies a wide selection of classic wines, beers and innovative cocktails. Their new signature snack menu features Sourdough Grilled Cheese with Smoked Shallot Marmalade, Mini American Wagyu Sliders and The sidebar Sundae with Bourbon and Cherry Gelato.

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