Las Vegas is pretty much king when it comes to themed restaurants. Where else can you enjoy a Soviet-themed eatery, dine at the top of the world, or watch “wine angels” fly around a four-story wine tower on cable wires retrieving your bottles of cabernet?
(Short answer: nowhere)
But now everyone’s favorite master of insults (and Michelin stars), Gordon Ramsay, is getting ready to open a Vegas theme restaurant of his own, and it’s going to be a pretty hot spot.
Inspired by his popular TV show Hell’s Kitchen (now, unbelievably, at 19 seasons) Chef Ramsay took to Facebook Live to broadcast his announcement last Friday, explaining that the eatery, his fifth located in Las Vegas, will be opening this winter at Caesar’s Palace. The Hell’s Kitchen star then lit a pitchfork on fire because it’s arguably the most Las Vegas way to end a press conference anyone could think of.
In a further statement Chef Ramsay explained the goal of the restaurant, saying, “A key element of the show’s success has always been the diner's experience, so we are excited for guests in Las Vegas to feel like they too are part of the show.” What exactly that means seems to be a little bit of a mystery at this time, though Eater reports that the red and blue kitchens from the show will be featured in the design, while Variety writes that the restaurant will “shine the spotlight on many of the show’s cast/chef recipes and dishes featured on the show, including many of Ramsay’s signature dishes.” The 300-seat restaurant will offer a daily themed brunch, dinner and bar menu, as well as, we assume, a good deal of firey and expletive-ridden insults.
Consider us all in.
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