We were all excited when the peripatetic TV chef decided to open his first Las Vegas outpost. Now he’s doing a gastropub in the old Bradley Ogden space at Caesars Palace and has plans to open a third restaurant, Flame Burger, in Planet Hollywood. But he’ll have a hard time topping his Paris Las Vegas steak house, which you enter through a tunnel that copies the Chunnel, which goes from France, under the English Channel, into England. This is much more than a steak house: The menu is stacked with pub fare, such as a terrific British ale onion soup, great fish and chips, and that classic dessert, sticky toffee pudding. It goes without saying that Ramsay’s steaks are great, too.
Best of the City 2017
Our eighth annual celebration of all things Las Vegas, from the best casino comebacks to irresistible pot products