Call it the worst-kept secret in Vegas. Since last September, rumors have rumbled that Gordon Ramsay’s second restaurant in Vegas would take over the Bradley Ogden space over at Caesars Palace. He already opened Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas in May.
Look for a more casual concept from the shouty chef divided equally between a bar setting and a dining room. The room will be split by a wall of kegs that reaches 11 barrels high. On the bar side, expect to find seating that looks out onto the casino floor along with a smaller "Stripe Lounge" and two bar seating sections dubbed "The Atlas Bar" and "Telephone Bar,” of course decked out in London's iconic red telephone booths.
The restaurant will have room for 292 with modern decor that tips its hat to the British Mod era. Red, white and blue racing stripes meet wall graphics of the London skyline in the two dining rooms dubbed the "Buckingham Room" and "Skyline Room."
Like Gordon Ramsay Steak, the gastropub will offer a private dining room.
Thalden Boyd Emery Architects is creating the architecture for the restaurant, while EDG Architecture and Design, responsible for the incorrect version of the Union Jack on the ceiling of Gordon Ramsay Steak, hopefully won’t get Big Ben wrong.
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