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Wolfgang Puck’s Fancy Cut Steakhouse Invades New York City

The California-based chef icon is bringing bone marrow flan to the Four Seasons

Cut in New York
Cut in New York.
Nick Solares for Eater NY

Celebrity chef mogul Wolfgang Puck unleashes his fancy steakhouse concept, Cut, on New York City today. As Eater New York reports, the opening marks Puck’s first foray into the New York dining world (with the exception of a JFK grab-and-go counter). Cut is located in the city’s Financial District inside the Four Seasons New York Downtown.

The Four Seasons outpost is the sixth location of Cut. The brand, which serves upscale Japanese and American beef cuts grilled over hardwoods and finished in a super-heated broiler, boasts restaurants in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Singapore, London, and Bahrain (the Dubai location was devastated by fire in January).

While certainly the main attraction, steak isn’t the only item on offer at Cut. Like its counterparts around the world, the restaurant’s opening menu features the iconic bone marrow flan and seafood dishes like Maine lobster.

If things go well for Cut, Puck is considering added more New York restaurants to his ever-growing empire. The chef is reportedly considering bringing Spago to New York and London.

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