Spago’s exterior remains the same.
The enclosed patio is now open to the dining room, separated by a two-sided fireplace. The patio now has a retractable roof, offering more flexibility in bad weather.
The dining room includes booths along the walls and table seating with an eclectic mix of chairs.
Where Spago’s decor was once known for whimsy and color, the new look relies on greys, black, brown and white for a more understated sophistication.
Spago's muted color theme characterizes the dining room decor.
Spago was a pioneer of the exhibition kitchen format. Now glass separates the back of the house from the front to mute noise while still offering a clear view of chefs at work.
The bar/entryway at Spago also opens to the enclosed patio.
The iconic Los Angeles restaurant has an updated look and a new menu
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