With just over a month before first service, the fifth Las Vegas restaurant for superstar chef Gordon Ramsay is now taking reservations at Caesars Palace.
Taking over the shuttered footprint of Serendipity 3, Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen has completely gutted the structure and is still constructing the approximately 8,000- square-foot, no expense spared concept, right on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Featuring Strip-facing patio seating and room for nearly 300 guests, reservations are now being accepted for a Jan. 16 debut, ahead of a Jan. 26 grand opening.
Serving brunch, lunch and dinner, much of the menu will be inspired by dishes created on the namesake TV show, including “pan-seared scallops, lobster butternut squash risotto, truffle carbonara and crispy skin salmon.”
New renderings released by the resort suggest despite the impending deadline, a great deal of work is still to be done.
Upon arrival, diners will pass a flaming pitchfork, a symbol that is continued throughout the interior design.
Inside, diners will greeted by an imposing image of the star chef and can check out the gift shop while waiting to be seated.
Anyone wishing to sit at the bar will be entertained by previous episodes from the 17 seasons of the Fox TV show.
Replicating the show’s red and blue competing team motif, the kitchen space and chef uniforms have been inspired by the dueling color schemes.
And the restaurant design by Jeffrey Beers International will take full advantage of its setting, installing floor-to-ceiling glass windows to offer expansive views of the Strip.
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