CUT by Wolfgang Puck
CUT restaurant features two stunning bars: one guests will find upon entering the hotel lobby, while the other sits atop the hotel on a magnificent deck overlooking the city. Both will serve custom artisan cocktails, wine, beer, and an extensive food menu. An intimate 14-seat private dining space also will be available for special events, meetings, and celebrations.
Great food, great service and the restaurant is beautiful!
Clearly still getting the kinks out. Service was spotty and wait time between courses lengthy.
we loved everything about the restaurant except the chairs in the dining room. the backs on the chairs are too low.
Great meal and service. Noise level too loud
Absolutely spectacular farm to table concept, a real focus on quality produce and meats, nose to tail etc.
Chef Puck was present for our dinner service and greeted us and each of the tables personally. Call act! The food was delicious, prepared perfectly and the sommelier was knowledgeable and helpful with wine selection. This a great new addition to the Washington restaurant scene!
Food was excellent with generous portions. We each had our own main and split a salad appetizer and a side of spinach. At the end of dinner both of us were too full to have dessert. The wine list is extensive and a good mix of price levels.
Service was amazing, our water glasses were never empty and we never had to look for our servers. The only complaint is the restaurant is very noisy-- we were struggling to hear each other and we had a corner table so it was quieter than a table in the middle of the room. Definitely a special occasion restaurant and we will return
Everything was delicious, it was pricey, but we enjoyed everything and the service was excellent.
The steak was average for a high price. The service started off strong but then became terrible. After dinner they never brought ordered Cappuccino and Tea. They repeatedly told me that the drinks would be right out. It took me four attempts to get our check. Finally, had to find the manager.
It was my wife's birthday!
Our night at Cut DC was such a wonderful experience from the moment we walked through the door where were greeted by Rosario. We were then escorted to the beautiful rooftop bar by Eliza to a beautiful view of the city. Allison and Mariah served us amazing cocktails and appys. Our server for dinner was Ashley who couldn’t have been sweeter or more efficient. We were also able to meet the management staff, Evan, George, and Chef Andrew and we’re completely overjoyed by their hospitality. We ended our perfect dinner over night caps with Mixologist Andrew who spoke about champagne, whiskey, sherry and bourbon with such passion. Your entire staff is AMAZING! Wishing you all much success!
Order was totally messed up but Seems promising and I’ll go back
Excellent wait staff. Very helpful and informative without being intrusive. We shall definitely be back!
Fantastic! Second time dining this week! Celebrating our son’s birthday! George and crew were fabulous! Tableside Old Fashions are a must!
Service was very slow.
Our waiter was friendly and all the staff were great with the little one. There are no restaurants like this around where I live, so the food and experience was wonderful.
Fabulous! Thank you! Needed this in DC 🙏🏻
Great service, tasty food. Would definitely recommend this spot.
This was one of the best meals I have had in a long time, hands down. The service was stellar and the food amazing. The filet mignon was cooked perfectly, and had just the right amount of seasoning/char. The macaroni and cheese and the potato tart were both delicious sides.
We were staying at the rosewood, we have tried many steakhouses but not cut heard great things, but not impressed with the bone-in strip meat was good but not cooked like it should of been, cheesecake was amazing!
Every bite was AMAZING!!!
Came back a second time! Food was just as good as the first. This time we actually tried the duck! The food was of course delicious but the magic of this place is in the presentation. The whole duck is def and must try! We also had the sweetbread which was top notch. Service was top notch as expected. Server was very knowledgeable and passionate about the food.
I was expecting a better experience. The renovated space is well done: enlarging the lounge was a great idea. The seating is comfortable and the bar is attractive. It will draw bar patrons away from the nearby Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton. The renovation means that the bathrooms are now down a flight of stairs--a familiar set up if you dine out in NY, not so much in DC. The menu is limited. Thumbs up for the summer corn agnolotti and salad options. By contrast, the vegetable side dishes were terrible (especially the potato tarte tatin. Get this abomination off the menu before it is too late). All of the beef items are dry aged. For some, that is great news. For others like me who don't like the effect of dry aging, it eliminates the beef options from the already short menu. (Cut's Beverly Hills location, for example, has several non-dry aged options). The service, especially the sommelier, was attentive. This may have been because on an August evening they weren't too stretched. Cut is noisy and expensive--and has much room for improvement before the busy fall season gets underway.
Only bad thing is we complained multiple times about being hot, then on our own saw that the thermostat next to our booth was set on HEAT in August and it was 79 degrees!!!!!!
This is a terrific addition to the Gtown fining scene. I look forward to return visits.
Came for brunch with family - after having a delightful dinner here recently. And it did not disappoint! We saw outside on a gorgeous morning. We ordered oysters, tomato burrata salad, and mushroom pasta. We shared the tomahawak - it was so flavorful! Our kids have severe food allergies and not only did they make the accommodations, they made great recommendations as well. Would definitely come back - again.
CUT was amazing and I can’t wait to go back. Chef Andrew Skala is a master in the kitchen and everything from appetizer to dessert was so yummy. Steak was cooked to perfection and you could taste the freshness and different flavors of every dish!
Lovely setting, tables not too close together. Outstanding service. We particularly enjoyed the lobster salad and the cherry desert. Very good value for money.
Beautiful space for fresh & locally-sourced food. Attentive service & great attention to detail!
Top experience in all regards. I travel to DC regularly and will be back
My son and I loved it!!! A new A+++++++++ hotspot in DC!!!
The food was great and Amanda our waiter was awesome.
Ambiance, service and food were fantastic.
Food was delicious and innovative. We mainly tried the small shareable plates they offer. Highlights were the beefheart and eggplant. Service was very professional as well. Overall a good experience but would save it for special occasions or work outings.
We enjoyed the attention paid to us by the staff during our entire dining experience.
I was highly disappointed with this restaurant. The menu is limited and the steak was with out flavor. It was extremely dark in the restaurant and a horrible location. I would never return to this restaurant again
The restaurant is trying hard to please but it has some distance to go. The service was B- at best, with a forgotten drink order, other customers’ food brought to our table, the wrong food placed in front of each of us and long delays. The starters were impressive but the signature veal dish was uninspired and the potato “tarte tartin” was full of greasy onions — an unpleasant surprise. Dessert was nice. The restaurant features an open grill, but the heat from the grill on a hot summer night overwhelmed the a/c, and the dining room was a good 10 degrees warmer than the bar, making it very uncomfortable. The acoustics and loud guests led to a very loud ambient noise level. Given the high prices, an expensive evening out and one that was flawed in several ways. Having recently dined at Spago in LA, this place did not come to that establishment’s quality and comfort.
Waited 20 minutes before water poured. Another 20 minutes before drink order taken. Not crowded!
As each course was completed, the crumbs were removed from table (3 times) and it felt intrusive and unnecessary. The food was good, not great. For a new restaurant, the wait staff needs help!
The food was fantastic - the tamahok was absolutely delicious. And a nice bottle of Barbaresco just topped everything off nicely. Will definitely be back! Thank you for bringing the glamour back to Georgetown.
Menu offerings seemed rather limited but the rockfish, filet, potatoes and mac&cheese were all excellent. Wonderful decor and reasonably spaced tables! Although we did not try it, the raw bar looked spectacular.