The Wolfgang Puck Express at 4600 International Gateway, inside the John Glenn Columbus International Airport, will soon see some improvements, according to a recent permit filing. The permit describes work for seating upgrades by making a small addition to the seating area of the recently remodeled Wolfgang Puck restaurant, and the work is expected to cost $50,000 to complete.
What Now Columbus previously reported on a separate permit that the eatery filed with the city to extend the kitchen area into an unused portion of the eatery that had previously been used as storage, which was also projected to cost $50,000.
According to information on Wolfgang Puck’s website, Wolfgang Puck Express restaurants are eateries that currently operate in 19 airports across the globe. The Columbus Wolfgang Puck Express features items like a grilled prime sirloin burger, hand cut pasta dishes, steak salad and pizzas, as detailed in an online version of the menu.
Wolfgang Puck is a renowned chef behind a group of upscale eateries such as the Beverly Hills restaurant Spago, as well as Cut, Riva and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill among other restaurants that are located in cities throughout the world like Las Vegas, Shanghai, Maui and Budapest.