Ramsay to open restaurant in Atlantic City
It wouldn’t be like Gordon Ramsay to do anything particularly quietly, so it’s no surprise that he’s making a huge splash with his newest culinary endeavor. According to MarketWatch, Ramsay will be expanding his famed Las Vegas restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace, to the Atlantic City casino of the same name. The restaurant, which has been reported to be set for a grand opening in the early months of 2015, will feature the English pub-style food that first allowed Ramsay to establish himself as a leader in the international culinary world. Dishes like roast chicken, mash and bangers and fish and chips are expected to be among the fare on offer.
The Daily Meal, in speaking with sources close to both Ramsay and the casino, has reported that the establishment will have seating for as many as 250 individuals and be an alluring destination for beer enthusiasts, with over 30 craft brews on tap. While design for the space is still in the works, it has been indicated that the restaurant will be separated into a variety of different seating areas, offering a range of experiences from communal to intimate. In speaking with MarketWatch, Ramsay indicated his excitement at the new prospect and his happiness with the successful partnership with Caesar’s Palace.
“We’re really excited after such a great success in Vegas to be expanding to Atlantic City. We have a tremendous team, and it’s been a terrific partnership with Caesars,” Ramsay said.
Students taking culinary school online no doubt aspire to be as well-known in the field as Ramsay, who has a number of other successful industry ventures. In Las Vegas alone, he also owns and operates Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood and Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas.