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CUT by Wolfgang Puck to debut at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

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New York developer Larry Silverstein and Wolfgang Puck have announced that the chef and restaurateur will open his first New York City concept, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, alongside the new Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place in mid-2016. The announcement marks the extension of the chef’s long-standing relationship with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and the seventh CUT restaurant worldwide.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown will be the only featured restaurant on property, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The contemporary steak restaurant offers a sophisticated menu featuring the finest cuts of prime beef, an extensive wine list, cutting-edge design and impeccable service.

“For my first restaurant in New York City, it was a matter of finding the right location and partner,” said internationally acclaimed Chef Wolfgang Puck. “We have a successful relationship with Four Seasons Hotels already and, combined with the partnership of Silverstein Properties, the timing was just right to bring one of my flagship brands, CUT, to the city.”

The opening of CUT by Wolfgang Puck marks the first ever restaurant in New York City by this celebrity chef and restaurateur, who has successfully opened a portfolio of fine dining concepts in various culinary capitals across the globe. Similarly, this is the first Downtown Manhattan location for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, further emphasising Tribeca as one of Manhattan’s most dynamic and vibrant neighbourhoods. The opening of CUT by Wolfgang Puck parallels Silverstein Properties’ commitment to this neighbourhood, bringing in a like-minded partner to complement the luxurious lifestyle of the first Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place, and will be enjoyed by the condominium residents and neighbourhood residents alike.

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