A decade after opening his first steak restaurant—Cut by Wolfgang Puck, located in the Beverly Wilshire, (a Four Seasons Hotel) in Beverly Hills, Calif.—the legendary chef is celebrating with a one-night-only anniversary dinner at the famed eatery. On June 3, Puck—who was a nominating chef for Robb Report’s 2014 Culinary Masters Competition—and his head chef Ari Rosenson will welcome a handful of guest chefs to prepare a five-course meal. The lineup includes Daniel Patterson (partner in Coi, Alfred’s, and several other high-end eateries), Evan Funke (of the soon-to-debut Felix), David LeFevre (M.B. Post, Fishing with Dynamite, The Arthur J), and Della Gossett (executive pastry chef of Spago Beverly Hills). The meal costs $145 per person; a wine pairing will be available for an additional cost.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit two Los Angeles–based organizations working to end homelessness and hunger: Chefs to End Hunger, a group that collects uneaten food from restaurants and hotels and delivers them to food banks; and the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition, a mobile meal service that feeds more than 150 homeless and hungry people each day. The event will also feature a silent auction to benefit both organizations; a framed photograph from award-winning photographer Martin Schoeller is among the items to be auctioned.