Gordon Ramsay’s fifth Las Vegas restaurant debuted on Jan. 6 with the shouty chef telling fans that 12,000 reservations had already been made in the first days. Now Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen holds its grand opening tonight with winners from previous seasons and Ramsay himself stepping foot inside the restaurant at the front of Caesars Palace.
The restaurant pays tribute to Ramsay’s Fox Network Hell’s Kitchen TV show with 8,000 square feet of themed space sporting an interior bar, two dining rooms, a showcase kitchen, and retail space.
Diners first see a bronze HK sign with a pitchfork before they walk in to see Ramsay himself asking guests to walk right in. Once through the front doors, diners discover the illusion is created by a full-length video screen.
Once inside. diners feel as if they stepped foot on the stage of the show with a red side and blue side of the kitchen. Chefs and cooks in the kitchen don the exact uniforms from the show, wearing red and blue jackets with coordinating bandanas.
Throughout the space, customers find custom-designed, laser-cut screen partitions and soft charcoal and ash-hued wall coverings. Even the lighting overhead features brass rods with pitchforks, while HK touches extend to the seating.
Take a look through each of the fiery rooms inside Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.