Four restaurants in Las Vegas just aren’t enough for shouty chef Gordon Ramsay. The chef just announced that he’s opening a Hell’s Kitchen-themed restaurant at the front of Caesars Palace.
Ramsay described the restaurant as having the “live essence that’s gone into 19 seasons of Hell’s Kitchen,” replete with a red kitchen and blue kitchen, set up just like a studio.
“Nineteen seasons, 80 episodes and the most amazing program seen in 110 countries in 220 different territories and finally we get to open on one of the best sites in the world… the first ever Hell’s Kitchen restaurant opening this fall,” Ramsay says at a press conference announcing the restaurant. “I cannot wait.”
The restaurant takes over Stripside Cafe & Bar, which only recently converted from Serendipity 3, once operated by Ramsay’s former business partner Rowen Seibel. Those two have been embroiled in a lawsuit over who was at fault for the collapse of Fat Cow in Los Angeles and managed the funds. Seibel spent a month in prison for income tax evasion.
The strip-side restaurant, opening this fall at the resort, features room for about 300 guests with indoor seating and patio dining. Ramsay plans to offer a daily themed brunch, dinner and bar menu. The show’s cast, recipes from chefs on the series and dishes featured on the show, including many of Ramsay’s signature dishes, all play a role in the restaurant.
Ramsay first opened Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas in 2012, followed by Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Gordon Ramsay Burger (which only recently changed its name from Gordon Ramsay BurGR) at Planet Hollywood Resort seven months later. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips debuted at The Linq Promenade last fall.