Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay will be teaming up with Caesars Entertainment this year to introduce their new steakhouse in Atlantic City. Harrah’s Resort will be the home to the new “Gordon Ramsay Steak“ which will open the Memorial Day weekend and kick off the summer season.

Restauranteur Ramsay opened his first “Gordon Ramsay Steak” in 2012 on the Las Vegas strip at the Paris Hotel and Casino. It has enjoyed a tremendous success.

Second Atlantic City restaurant

As the go-to destination in the tri-state area, Atlantic City attracts visitors from New Jersey, Philadelphia, New York and beyond.

Ramsey has also opened the “Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill“ at Caesars in Atlantic City (in 2015). He hopes Atlantic City will continue to be a true dining destination with the addition of his new restaurant.

Featuring the finest seafood, freshest locally-sourced ingredients, and the best Dry-Aged Beef, Ramsey hopes to create a unique, warm, and comfortable setting. The restaurant will showcase prime beef, dry-aged for at least 28 days, American Kobe, and even a 32-ounce Royal Long Bone Chop for two.

The distinctive menu for the restaurant will include Ramsey's own Beef Wellington, and Sticky Toffee Pudding dishes, which have been popular items in his Vegas and Baltimore restaurants. These dishes, combined with an extensive wine collection, and featuring barrel-aged cocktail classics, are sure to be a hit.

Multiple Michelin Stars

Gordon Ramsay’s "The Gordon Ramsay Group" includes 33 restaurants globally, employing over 700 people and have earned multiple Michelin stars. While 14 of the restaurants are located in London, others can be found in Europe, the Middle East, and the United States.

Best known for his TV shows, the F-Word, Hells Kitchen, several MasterChef spinoffs and more, Ramsey does not sit on his Emmy-nominated laurels for long.

His production company produces both scripted and unscripted TV shows with food-related themes even including one produced in the UK for children, thankfully not with Ramsey as the host (given his extreme use of language).

Caesars Entertainment is of course widely known throughout the Casino Entertainment industry, creating venues under the Caesars, Harrah’s, and Horseshoe brand names, among others. The combination of Ramsey and Caesars seems to have worked very well for the previous ventures, this is on track to be a great success as well.