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If you’re a fan of the hit TV show Hells’ Kitchen, then get ready as Gordon Ramsey will opening a Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas that will seat 300 guests this winter. The popular TV is now is in its’ 17th season, and fans have long wanted a real restaurant so now they can go dine at it in Sin City.
Per the press release,
Celebrated multi-Michelin star chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay announced live to his fans on Facebook today his plans for the first-of its-kind Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen located at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, set to open this winter. To commemorate the announcement, Ramsay skillfully ignited the series’ 17-foot signature pitchfork – transported straight from the set of the hit FOX show – in the center of Caesars’ iconic fountains. This marks Ramsay’s fifth Las Vegas restaurant and extends his successful partnership with Caesars Entertainment. As is the case at Chef Ramsay’s other restaurants, the quality of the food and dining experience is paramount for the HELL’S KITCHEN restaurant.
Perfectly situated on one of the busiest corners in Las Vegas, directly at the center of the famous Las Vegas Strip at Caesars Palace, HELL’S KITCHEN restaurant will seat nearly 300 guests, feature indoor and Strip-adjacent patio dining and will offer a daily themed brunch, dinner and spirited bar menu.
Do you plan on dining at Hell’s Kitchen once opened? Could you handle the heat (or the wait to get your food)? Feel free to comment below.
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