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Gordon Ramsay

  • Taste

    Hell’s Kitchen Coming to Town

    By David Morris

    The Brit would take over the Strip-facing space formerly occupied by Serendipity 3 and install a Hell’s Kitchen–themed restaurant.

  • A Small Bite

    Gordon Ramsay to Expand His Las Vegas Presence

    By David Morris

    Word from several Fox Television showrunners is that the boisterous Brit will soon take over the Strip-fronting Serendipity 3 space at Caesars Palace.

  • Taste

    Gone Fishin’ and Chippin’ With Gordon Ramsay

    By Al Mancini

    Delays ended last month when the chef's fish and chip outlet finally opened at the Linq.

  • Conversations

    Las Vegas DJ Wins MasterChef

    By Al Mancini

    Shaun O’Neale spins hits as the latest winner of Gordon Ramsay’s popular cooking show

  • al a carte

    Bobby Flay Adds a Bar and Brushes Off Gordon Ramsay

    By Al Mancini

    The celebrity chef visited Bobby's Burger Palace to celebrate the addition of a bar. But he also made it clear where he stood on the ongoing media feud with Gordon Ramsay.

  • Dishing With Grace

    Gordon Ramsay’s New Takeaway, Chicken Skin Galore and Where to Get a Spice Fix

    By Grace Bascos

    Now that he has a steakhouse, a burger joint and a pub, everyone’s favorite Scottish chef is going full-on U.K. with his newest addition to the Strip, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. Although the traditional English meal can already be had at his eponymous pub in Caesars Palace, his new spot—set to open in spring at the Linq—is a more casual experience, fashioned after takeaway spots you’d find across the pond.

  • Gossip

    Overheard at Vegas Uncork’d: Gordon Ramsay to Open Fish-and-Chips Spot, More

    While indulging at this past weekend’s Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit, we gleaned a few interesting tidbits of information from the chefs and executives, usually with a fork in one hand and a pen in the other. For one, during his May 8 after-party at B&B Burger & Beer, chef Mario Batali confirmed that while […]

  • Dining

    Best Tourist Food That’s Actually Good

    It’s a beautiful thing to behold, and really quite easy, at 12 bucks a pop, to overlook. We’re talking about the Devil Dawg at Gordon Ramsay BurGR, a work of art that is stuffed with cheese, bacon, tomato and almost every condiment you can think of, looking resplendent inside an “Everything” bun studded with sesame, poppy and garlic, tasting just as good.

  • Dining

    Best Condiment

    The ketchup at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is further evidence that our dining public is growing more sophisticated and discriminating. Those bottles of Heinz that you slap on the bottom may still be the most popular thing to put on french fries, but this house-made sauce, redolent of horseradish and several other spices, is prepared in large batches on the premises, and tastes way better than the ordinary stuff.

  • Gossip

    Nobu Trusts De Niro With a Weapon

    By Jason Scavone

    That Robert De Niro was there with chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa for the February 2 ribbon cutting on Nobu Hotel wasn’t surprising. De Niro co-owns the Nobu restaurants and hospitality group with Matsuhisa. What was surprising is that someone trusted the nearly 70-year-old actor with a samurai sword to do the cutting.

  • Scene Stirs

    Beer on at Gordo’s, Bubba’s new brew, and the gift of whiskey or tequila … in a box

    By Xania V. Woodman

    • Gordon Ramsay continues his British invasion with the Dec. 18 opening of Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace and the Dec. 22 opening of Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood. The 290-seat pub promises 36 beers on tap plus 24 bottled beers; here’s hoping for some anomalies that will make it a destination spot for beer-lovers to pair with Ramsay’s fried-egg sandwiches and fish and chips.

  • Cooking With

    Christina Wilson

    Patience does not run strong in chefs, says Christina Wilson. That’s clear in her as she strides across the Gordon Ramsay Steak dining room at Paris Las Vegas as if her kitchen is on fire. She landed the chef de cuisine job after surviving—er, winning the Hell’s Kitchen reality show.

  • Soldier of the Kitchen

    By Joe Donnelly

    If Gordon Ramsay hadn't become arguably the most famous chef in the world, he says he might have joined the special forces or some other branch of the military. He got this inclination a few years ago when he was in Afghanistan cooking for the marines.

  • Diner's Notebook

    Elbow-rubbing with Portugal’s Michelin stars, and Gordo finally says Go!

    By Max Jacobson

    I am in Albufeira, Portugal, attending Tribute to Claudia, the sixth annual International Gourmet Festival, which attracts Michelin-starred chefs from every major European market and U.S. luminaries such as New York’s April Bloomfield. It’s an amazing event, and I feel privileged to be here.

  • A Small Bite

    Gordon Ramsay spills the beans, kinda

    By Xania V. Woodman

    In what has been called one of the city’s worst-kept secrets, TV’s celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay pseudo-announced his impending Paris steak house during the other worst-kept secret, the filming of the finale of the next season of Hell’s Kitchen, attended by thousands in the Barry Manilow Theatre at Paris Las Vegas on June 21. Chef Ramsay incorporated a number of local entertainers and chefs into the show, indicating with unusual caginess (he’s not known to mince his words) his intent to open a restaurant “very close to here.”