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Celeb Chef Opens Sixth Restaurant in Sin City with Caesars

Latest from Gordon Ramsay debuts in Harrah’s Las Vegas

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Multi-Michelin-starred chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay continues to make his mark in Las Vegas by opening his sixth restaurant there with Caesars Entertainment. Located in Caesars’ Harrah Las Vegas is the 244-seat Ramsay’s Kitchen, a concept inspired by his travels abroad.

Designed by architecture and interior design firm AO (Orange, Calif.), Ramsay’s Kitchen offers an ambiance that reflects the celebrated chef’s personality with simple yet sophisticated décor. An attention-grabbing focal point is a collection of glass-blown copper-colored pendants that cascade from a reflective ceiling in the main dining area.

A theater kitchen and seven-seat seafood counter and raw bar anchor the lower dining area, which features a floor-to-ceiling custom wine display highlighting the vast selection. The space is also home to a three-dimensional art piece made of coasters that depict Chef Ramsay. A private dining room seats 12 and offers a view of the action on the cook line.

“I can’t wait to introduce one of my newer restaurant concepts and the first of its kind on the West Coast to Harrah’s guests,” Ramsay said in a news release. “The menu features some of my favorite dishes I’ve created at home in my own kitchen, but with that special Vegas flair.”

Ramsay’s Kitchen joins several other restaurants at Harrah’s, including PizzaCake by Buddy Valastro, Bobby’s Burgers by chef Bobby Flay and Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

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