At long last, official word has come down on the opening date for Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, the new restaurant from the shouty chef at Caesars Palace. The 290-seat restaurant plans top open for dinner Dec. 18, while bringing on lunch service in mid-January.
Ramsay tapped chef Jeremy Berlin to oversee the kitchens. Berlin, the former executive chef of Church and State in Los Angeles, was an executive sous chef at Gordon Ramsay at the London West Hollywood and sous chef of Gordon Ramsay at the London NYC.
The restaurant itself is split into two, with one side serving grill fare and the other pub dishes. On the grill side, find dishes such as a lamb T-bone, 30-ounce bone-in beef rib eye and New Zealand red snapper.
On the pub side, which a press release calls, "The most authentic English pub experience in Las Vegas, as only a native UK chef can provide," find 36 beers on tap and 24 bottled. Dishes there include English ale onion soup, shepherd's pie, and a selection of sausages, fried egg sandwiches and fish and chips.
Allison Leach, who designed the uniforms at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, created uniforms inspired by the London punk scene.
Much of the decor at Gordon Ramsay Pub Eater Vegas unearthed in September, including the patio, British telephone boots and keg wall decked out in Carnaby Street stripes.
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