Wolfgang Puck is opening two new restaurants on Sunset Boulevard

Wolfgang Puck is opening restaurants at the Pendry hotel and residences on Sunset Boulevard. An exclusive first look at Ospero and Merois.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • September 25, 2020
The last few weeks have seen a barrage of restaurant closures, from the beloved Beverly Soon Tofu, the Bellwether and the Pacific Dining Car. But on a recent morning, on the ground floor of the new Pendry West Hollywood hotel on Sunset Boulevard,...
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