- Gordon Ramsay BurGR nears completion.
- The background art for a "flame-effect wall,"
- The mustard colored booths are in place.
- The open kitchen and self-service beer keg station still need work.
- Originally called Flame Burger, the flame motif remains.
- Sticky toffee pudding push pop tweeted by Gordon Ramsay.
- The BurGR logo and name tweeted by Gordon Ramsay.
- Construction plans still refer to a burger, not BurGR bar.
Flame on! The first peek inside Gordon Ramsay BurGR finally reveals the "flame-effect wall," the burger color scheme and confirmation the Planet Hollywood Resort will have a very Ramsay Christmas.
The third of Gordon Ramsay's Las Vegas Strip restaurants to open in 2012, BurGR's working title of Flame Burger may have vanished but the motif remains. A special effect wall designed to invoke a live fire nears completion. During the final push, finishing touches need to be added to an open kitchen, located behind a counter where guests can sit and watch their burgers being prepared.
Also still under construction, two 360-degree, self-serve beer keg stations, continuing the keg theme displayed across the street at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill inside Caesars Palace.
Ready for customers are ketchup-colored chairs and banks of mustard yellow booths. The floor matches the burger palette with curved red and yellow concrete. The dark brown wood fixtures complete the look.
Also ready is part of the menu. Ramsay tweeted an image of his variant on a Gordon Ramsay Steak signature dessert, an ice cream sticky toffee pudding in a push pop tube. No word on how Ramsay plans to add his personal spin to the main courses. BurGR is still projected to open the weekend before Christmas day.
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