Wolfgang Puck and a whole lot of other folks are busting their humps getting ready for Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. The following images will give you a bit of a look into what goes on behind the scenes and the amount of planning that goes into Tinseltown's biggest event of the year.
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Chef Wolfgang Puck has a standing date every year for the Academy Awards: He caters the star-studded Governors Ball after the awards show. This year, Puck says, the theme is 1930s glamour – and, he tells PEOPLE, "we'll have the food to match it."
Adding excitement to the highly anticipated opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, the hotel announced today that Wolfgang Puck, one of our country's most esteemed chefs, will be opening WP24 by Wolfgang Puck in April. Located on the twenty-fourth floor of the hotel, WP24 will feature refined Asian fare, against a backdrop of the stunning Los Angeles skyline.
It’s an all-star turnout with a $15 million goal for the huge gala Keep Memory Alive tomorrow night at the Bellagio. Top chefs Thomas Keller and Wolfgang Puck will be serving up a four-course gourmet meal for 1,000 guests who will all be served Dom Perignon and extraordinary vintage wines.