Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, (701 Stone Canyon Rd., Los Angeles, 90077; 310.909.1644) this new restaurant lives in the hotel, near the lake of swans and categorized under laid back elegance with light earthy tones. Past the huge marble fireplace, there is an outdoor terrace with heaters and comfy booths that resembles a Spanish courtyard. It all looks over the swan lake. More importantly, check out the alcoves on the terrace. Each one has curtains, a seeded glass pendant light and heated floors. (You’ll want to move in). You can also sit inside and ask to have the large retractable glass walls moved to view the beautiful gardens and terrace area. The private dining area houses glass towers created by 2,400 wine bottles. That’s definitely not enough wine. This is more of a “special” night spot, but still noteworthy enough to report its Tuesday opening. Dine on a California-Mediterranean menu with local and sustainable seafood, steak tartare and bone marrow. Soft-open now for hotel guests, officially opening Tuesday.