The Wolfgang Puck Cafe has two dining venues. Upstairs is the upscale option where you can enjoy fine dining at a 'fine dining' price; >) Reservations are required.
Downstairs is the more casual option. No reservations taken. The seating is colorful and comfortable.
The Sushi Bar is available for lunch and dinner; upstairs and downstairs.
Every meal at Wolfgang Puck starts with bread.
From the lunch menu, Alan chose the combo - Tortilla Soup and a Chicken Aoli Pita. He was VERY pleased!
Ahnalira chose the House Specialty (also served upstairs; >): Wienerschnitzel served over smashed potatoes... YUMMM!
Of course, there was a wide array of desserts from which to choose.
True to form, we chose the no sugar added Berry Cobbler with no sugar added cinnamon ice cream on top. It was heavenly!
We had a lovely view of the water, the service was timely and attentive, and the food was excellent! We paid approximately $30 per person for entree, beverage, and dessert. We were lucky to arrive on a day that was uncrowded so had no wait for table (This could be the one downside on a busy day). All in all, we were delighted with our lunch at Wolfgang Puck Cafe, and give it an enthusiastic two OLP thumbs up!