PALO ALTO Calif. The 10-year-old Spago branch here is scheduled to close June 1 as part of a shift by Las Vegas-based Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group from direct restaurant ownership to partnerships with hotels, museums and other venues. Other free-standing restaurants within the Group, including the flagship Spago Beverly Hills and Chinois on Main in Santa Monica, would not be impacted by the decision to work more with hotel partners, said regional operations partner Alex Resnik. ...

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