Paris Las Vegas announced today that internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay will open his first Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak, in the spring of 2012 in the heart of the picturesque resort. The new restaurant will replace Les Artistes Steakhouse.
Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay, known not only for his refined cuisine, but also his TV personality on several hit programs including Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef, and Kitchen Nightmares, has generated worldwide attention and entertained viewers on six continents.
“Few chefs in the world have extended their reputations to as many countries and into as many homes as chef Ramsay,” said Paris Las Vegas President David Hoenemeyer. “His fiery passion for excellence has been validated by the culinary world’s top epicurean honors, by his legions of delighted restaurant guests, and by millions of TV fans. We, at Paris Las Vegas, believe that the addition of Gordon Ramsay Steak will be an exciting new milestone in the city’s impressive culinary evolution.”
The contemporary steakhouse will boast a total of 274 seats, including a large bar area, chef’s table, and private dining room, in addition to the main room. Guests will be encouraged to relax in the spacious lounge or enjoy a cozy booth in this ultimate modern steakhouse.
“Vegas is such a vibrant city, and I’m excited to open my first Las Vegas restaurant in a Caesars Entertainment resort — Paris Las Vegas,” said Gordon Ramsay. “The space is really bold and innovative, and we've put together a great team and created a contemporary, quality menu. I can't wait to open and start welcoming guests!”
Gordon Ramsay Steak will be a fresh, high-energy dining environment that playfully transports guests from Paris to London. Set within the Paris casino, which is whimsically modeled after the "City of Lights," the restaurant design will celebrate chef Ramsay and the city of London, where he lives. This innovative concept will reflect edgy, exciting, and bold designs and will bridge the resort’s Parisian theme with Ramsay’s British heritage — a prefect synergy, as Ramsay’s early education took place in the Paris kitchens of famous Michelin-starred chefs such as Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon. San Francisco-based EDG Interior Architecture and Design, which previously created designs for Rao’s and Bradley Ogden restaurants at Caesars Palace, will spearhead the design.
This fresh new restaurant will offer guests a look at the exclusive beef aging program created under the direction of chef Ramsay and his culinary team. The menu selections will range from traditional steakhouse fare, with delectable cuts of beef, to Ramsay’s signature fish and chips and shepherd’s pie, as well as French-influenced sides and delicious desserts.