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Gordon Ramsay Burger Set for Summer 2024 in LV

Celeb chef to open his seventh Sin City eatery




Rendering courtesy of DEZMOTIF Studios

Gordon Ramsay will open one of his branded burger joints at Flamingo Las Vegas next summer. The 8000-square-foot Gordon Ramsay Burger space was designed by DEZMOTIF Studios (Las Vegas) and features a large exhibition kitchen, an island-style bar, expansive storefront windows, multiple dining zones, a nod to Britannia with Union Jack accents and dynamic flame displays throughout.

The eatery, which will be in space formerly occupied by the Bird Bar, will also feature an open-air patio overlooking the Las Vegas Strip and anchored by a 25-foot-tall LED column showcasing Gordon Ramsay Burger imagery underneath the Flamingo neon.

This marks the second Gordon Ramsay Burger in Las Vegas; the first opened in 2012 in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Overall, it is the chef’s seventh restaurant at Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas Resorts and the fifth burger location.

“We are incredibly fortunate to celebrate the popularity of Burger inside Planet Hollywood,” the celebrity chef said in a news release. “So much, in fact, that we expanded the space a few years ago to meet the demand and accommodate more guests. Now, to add another location inside one of the most iconic resorts in Las Vegas is truly a dream come true.”

“Adding Chef Ramsay to our culinary roster creates a whole new dynamic at the Flamingo,” said Dan Walsh, SVP and General Manager of Flamingo Las Vegas. “From delicious burgers and signature sides, Gordon Ramsay Burger will be a fun dining destination for family and friends to enjoy at our resort.”


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