Five Sixty Closes Permanently


With the closure of Reunion Tower due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it has been decided that Five Sixty restaurant will remain closed to undergo scheduled improvements. Given this extended closure, in combination with the unknown timeline due to the Coronavirus, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck will not reopen.

Chef/Owner Wolfgang Puck shares “I am very proud of the dining experience we created at Five Sixty and the talented team who have worked so hard for us over these past 11 years.  We are grateful to our loyal clients and to the Dallas community for their support.”

Wolfgang Puck maintains a strong presence in the Dallas market through his Wolfgang Puck Catering operations including in-home and on-location events and in the following venues: Union Station, Perot Museum of Nature & Science, Nasher Sculpture Center, AT&T Performing Arts Center, and The Theatre at Grand Prairie.

Note:  Reunion Tower’s attraction, the GeO-Deck indoor/outdoor observation deck, will reestablish guest visiting hours as soon as permitted by local and state officials.

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