Two Michelin-Starred Chefs Partner for One Night at Hotel Bel-Air

  • Photo by Daniel Krieger Photography
    Daniel Boulud Photo by Daniel Krieger Photography
  • Photo by Amanda Marsalis
    Wolfgang Puck Photo by Amanda Marsalis
  • Hotel Bel Air
  • Photo by Daniel Krieger Photography
  • Photo by Amanda Marsalis

Wolfgang Puck and Daniel Boulud are collaborating for the first time to prepare a five-course dinner at Puck’s eponymous restaurant at the Hotel Bel-Air on October 23. The menu has yet to be determined, but it will take its inspiration from a fusion of French and Californian cuisines and will consist of fresh farmers’ market produce picked by the chefs the morning of the event. There are 160 seats for the dinner ($220 per person), which will coincide with the release of Boulud’s latest cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine, and the 20th anniversary of his flagship restaurant, Daniel. (310.909.1644, www.hotelbelair.com/wolfgang-puck-bel-air)

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