Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles to open in November

October 18, 2023

Acclaimed celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is set to open his new restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles, in Louisiana this November.

After its two-year closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic and damage from Hurricane Laura, Horseshoe Lake Charles has come back with a variety of new experiences for guests.

The latest addition since its relaunch in December 2022 is the announcement of Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles, a luxury dining experience featuring a ‘chic and sophisticated London vibe’ that will treat guests to a variety of different steaks and cuts, shellfish and much more.

Ramsay has been a longtime partner with Caesars Entertainment, the owner of the Horseshoe Lake Charles venue. The Michelin-starred chef and television personality said he is “honored to open a Gordon Ramsay Steak at the brand-new Horseshoe Lake Charles,” and is “thrilled” to “bring world-class dishes and impeccable service to our guests.”

Caesars Entertainment currently owns over 50 properties, with a handful of these being in the Louisiana state. Horseshoe Lake Charles offers guests lakeside views from its various hotel rooms and suites, alongside a wide variety of food and drink, a WSOP® Poker Room and state-of-the-art Caesars Sportsbook, a variety of tables, and close to 1,000 slot machines.

Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles is set to open in November and is currently offering prospective diners the opportunity to book themselves a table ahead of time.

The restaurant will be the Louisiana debut for Ramsay, meaning there will likely be a waiting list for those eager to try what Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles has to offer.


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