Before the French chefs, Emeril, or Gordon Ramsay ever set foot in Las Vegas, there was Wolfgang Puck. One of the first celebrity chefs—before celebrity chefs were even a thing—to see the future of dining in Las Vegas, Puck opened Spago at the Forum Shops in 1992. Now he has a wide assortment of restaurants bearing his name all over Las Vegas. On the Strip alone, there’s his Italian Lupo at Mandalay Bay, his namesake Bar & Grill at MGM Grand, and his casual pizza and wine spot at the Shops at Crystals. But if you’re going to do Puck, you might as well go to the original, even if it’s not in its original location. After 26 years surrounded by the marble of Caesars Palace, Spago made the move to the Bellagio, in a space with a full view of the Strip and the iconic fountains through giant floor-to-ceiling windows. Outdoor patio seating makes this an exclusive perch as you watch the fountain shows. Some things do remain the same, such as the seasonal American menu with everything from seafood to beef, and we’re not complaining. Classic Puck inventions, such as pizza topped with smoked salmon and crème fraîche (pay extra for osetra caviar if you want to be super-luxurious), and the fresh, crisp, and summery chinois chicken salad, have stood the test of time and are as popular and delicious as ever.