Hell’s Kitchen to debut at Foxwoods Resort Casino

July 14, 2023
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The venue celebrated the upcoming grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Television personality and renowned chef Gordon Ramsay will open his Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort Casino this weekend, according to a local report in CT News Junkie. The latest location recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening.

Foxwoods Resort Casino President and CEO Jason Guyot shared his enthusiasm for the opening with CT News Junkie during the ceremony and commented on Ramsay’s career.

Guyot said, “He’s the ultimate celebrity chef, he’s a Michelin Star chef. His demographic crosses over.”

The latest chain location has additional features not common in the other restaurants, including a fire feature and a custom-made wine bottle display that holds 300 bottles. Its décor resembles the Hell’s Kitchen reality show, with its signature front window structure in the shape of the show’s pitchfork symbol.

The casino chain is working to open two other destinations within the next year. Foxwoods said it plans to debut a new casino later this year at the Grand Pequot Tower, according to the local report. Once completed, the destination will be home to a 45-seat slot bar, 24 tables games and 400 slot machines.

In addition to its Grand Pequot Tower project, Foxwoods has teamed up with Great Wolf Resorts. The two will build a Great Wolf Lodge, which they anticipate will open in early 2024.

Ramsay recently 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. 


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