Seven years ago, chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay opened his very first restaurant in Las Vegas. Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas brought a roster of beef Wellingtons and sticky toffee pudding along with the excitement of a faux Chunnel squiring diners from Paris to the British steakhouse, a Union Jack on the ceiling, neon created from the movements of Ramsay’s hand while cooking, and an open kitchen for diners to watch their food being made.
Now comes word that the restaurant plans to go through a renovation this fall. Parent company Caesars Entertainment filed paperwork for an estimated $1,260,000 renovation that should be complete by the end of October.
Renovations include an expanded private dining room, new furniture, updated artwork, and a new visual at the end of that Chunnel entrance.
Once the restaurant, which plans to stay open except for a few days during the renovations, will also change up the cocktails, some of the dishes, and desserts.
Gordon Ramsay Steak opened locations in Baltimore and Atlantic City and plans a fourth in North Kansas City. In June, Ramsay picked up $100 million in capital from Lion Capital to open 100 new restaurants across the United States by 2024.