Chef Gordon Ramsay to open two Reno restaurants in partnership with Caesars

May 18, 2023
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Both locations on The ROW are scheduled to open later this year.

Television personality and Multi-Micheli-starred chef Gordon Ramsay has partnered with Caesars Entertainment to open two new restaurants in Reno, Nevada’s The ROW. Both Ramsay’s Kitchen and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips will open later this year inside Silver Legacy Resort Casino.

Ramsay and Caesars have opened multiple restaurants as part of their long-standing partnership. The two latest locations will mark the 16th and 17th launches from the duo.

Caesars Entertainment President and COO Anthony Carano commented on the company's latest project with Ramsay by saying, “Food has always been central to our success. My grandfather used to say 'food is our Sinatra.'

"He began our culinary empire right here in Reno and I'm proud that we're cementing that legacy with the addition of Gordon Ramsay to The ROW.

“Gordon is an incredible partner. We're honored he's part of the Caesars family and thrilled to be bringing Ramsay’s Kitchen and Fish & Chips to Northern Nevada.”

Patrons can partake in a variety of Chef Ramsay’s original dishes that have been tailored for The ROW. His Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips restaurant will feature menu items that represent authentic English street food.

Ramsay said he is eager to bring his cuisine to the Reno market and expressed his excitement to once again partner with Caesars.

He said, “Ramsay’s Kitchen and Fish & Chips will be my first establishments in the Reno market and I’m excited that they’ll be at such an amazing destination.

“I look forward to introducing both concepts to another great city in Northern Nevada with my long-standing partner, Caesars Entertainment.”


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