Gordon Ramsay Officially Opens Steakhouse at Paris
Last updated: May 11, 2012 at 4:46 pm. Posted by Las Vegas Blog Staff in Celebrities, Las Vegas Casinos, Las Vegas Restaurants, Paris Las Vegas. Comments Off on Gordon Ramsay Officially Opens Steakhouse at Paris.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay was in rare form at Paris Las Vegas today as he officially opened his new restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak. Yes, we have exclusive photos. Haven’t you learned how this blog rolls by now?
Ramsay gave a lively cooking demonstration for members of the media, and expertly navigated a Q&A laced with Ramsayisms we can’t actually report due to Internet obscenity laws, many of which we just made up.
Actually, we found Gordon Ramsay to be as funny and charming as we’d hoped, tossing out good-natured zingers throughout his interactions with journalists and fans.
While Ramsay did a great job of keeping visitors in stitches, it was also clear he’s serious about the business of food.
He also seems to have a soft spot in his heart for Las Vegas, which tends to go over really well with Las Vegas blogs.
See more exclusive photos, several of which are actually in focus, of Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas.
Ramsay said he’ll be in Vegas every couple of weeks as Gordon Ramsay Steak establishes its footing, then expects to directly oversee his “brigade” at least monthly thereafter. He recently purchased a home in California, and quipped, “It’s great to be able to get here in 15 minutes. I have a private jet.” After a beat, he added, “No, I don’t. Seriously? I’m just kidding.”
Gordon Ramsay also took the opportunity to mention that the winner of the 10th season of his popular reality TV show, “Hell’s Kitchen,” will win a head chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris. The new season premieres June 4. A direct Vegas tie-in on “Hell’s Kitchen”? As if this blog weren’t already a huge fan! Remember when the contestants got a drop-in from Rio headliner’s Penn & Teller back in 2012? Check it out.
Welcome to Las Vegas, Chef Ramsay, and thanks for stirring things up at Paris Las Vegas. Because he’s a chef. See what we did there?