Gordon Ramsay Burger at Flamingo Las Vegas to open in summer 2024

November 17, 2023

The restaurant will be Ramsay's seventh on the Strip and will offer various takes on classic burgers and fries.

After opening his first restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip in 2012, Gordon Ramsay has gone on to create a total of six Gordon Ramsay brand restaurants. Now, the celebrity chef is set to open his seventh location, Gordon Ramsay Burger, at Flamingo Las Vegas.  

The project had been previously rumored under the name ‘Bird Bar;’ however, the project has now been confirmed in a press release. Gordon Ramsay Burger at Flamingo Las Vegas will be opened in the space formally occupied by Bird Bar along Las Vegas Boulevard and was designed by Dezmotif Studios.   

The restaurant will be the second at Planet Hollywood. On the upcoming opening, Ramsay said, “We are incredibly fortunate to celebrate the popularity of Burger inside Planet Hollywood. 

“So much, in fact, that we expanded the space a few years ago to meet the demand and accommodate more guests. Now, to add another location inside one of the most iconic resorts in Las Vegas is truly a dream come true.” 

“Adding Chef Ramsay to our culinary roster creates a whole new dynamic at the Flamingo,” commented SVP and General Manager of Flamingo Las Vegas Dan Walsh. “From delicious burgers and signature sides, Gordon Ramsay Burger will be a fun dining destination for family and friends to enjoy at our resort.” 

Food selections at the restaurant are set to include the Hell’s Kitchen Burger, Farmhouse Burger and Hellfire Chicken Wings, with fries coming with toppings ranging from house ketchup to honey jalapeño aioli. 

The restaurant is scheduled to open in summer 2024.  


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