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Gordon Ramsay Is Finally Opening A Hell’s Kitchen-Themed Restaurant


by: Megan Friedman

Gordon Ramsay has filmed 19 seasons of Hell’s Kitchen, all while teams of chefs face off to feed people inside a TV studio. So it’s about time he actually set up a real-life restaurant. Variety reports that this fall, he’ll open the first-ever Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. (Not in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York? Seems like a missed opportunity.)

Ramsay broadcast the announcement live on his Facebook page.

The restaurant will have enough space for 300 diners, and serve a brunch, dinner, and bar menu. And according to a press release, yes, there will be a red kitchen and a blue kitchen, because the restaurant will be set up to look like the show. “Fans of the show have been asking us to bring a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant to life since day one,” Ramsay said in a statement. “A key element of the show’s success has always been the diners’ experience, so we are excited for guests in Las Vegas to feel like they too are part of the show – flames and all.” But there’s no information about whether the head chef will scream at his crew the entire night, which would truly up the realism.

Naturally, the menu will feature recipes that are cooked on the show. There are a set list of dishes that Ramsay makes contestants cook every season, so if there’s not scallops, risotto, and Beef Wellington on the menu, people will be furious enough to pull a Gordon Ramsay themselves.