Who doesn’t know Gordon Ramsay, right? The Scottish-British celebrity chef that brought Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, and the renowned MasterChef among others gave new meaning to life in the kitchen. Over the years, he has been the face of many cooking reality shows that has shown the world what it takes for ordinary people to become master chefs too. What set Ramsay apart from other famous chefs is that his fiery temper is a force to reckon with. Aspiring chefs turn pale every time he shouts, curses, and loses his temper in the kitchen.
While his personality isn’t exactly the nicest, people aspire to get complimented by him when it comes to their cooking. His restaurants are sought after in the UK and now he has set his eyes to expand on American soil. Ramsay is set to open six new restaurants in the US although we are not yet privy to the details. For sure, Americans are eager to have a taste of his culinary masterpieces, a welcome change from the usual fast food staples in the country.
Ubiquitous curse word connoisseur Gordon Ramsay is planning to open six more restaurants in America, including venues in New Orleans and Baltimore, where he currently has no footprint.
Although Ramsay’s camp has not released any specifics about the Baltimore or New Orleans projects, the Financial Times points out that his group operates four hit venues in Las Vegas and Atlantic City casino/resorts, so these new restaurants will likely be casual establishments along the lines of Gordon Ramsay BurGR or Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, and they might also be connected to gaming hubs. One of the shouty chef’s new Vegas projects is a restaurant inspired by his long-running Fox show Hell’s Kitchen.
The Gordon Ramsay Group is bouncing back after a rough patch, with reported sales up three percent over the last year. Part of the company’s success can be attributed to the fact that Ramsay and Co. have expanded their portfolio to include more affordable establishments, many of which are run through low-risk licensing deals.
He got his eyes set in Baltimore and New Orleans, and even in Vegas. These restaurants will surely be a hit given that he is not just popular in Europe but in the whole world too. Expanding his brand in America may also help boost sales that weren’t so good over the past few months.
From his multiple hit television shows to his Twitter feuds to dolling out expert cooking advice, Gordon Ramsay is literally everywhere right now — except dominating the U.S. restaurant scene. Up until now, unless you lived in or visited California, Nevada, New Jersey, or New York, you were out of luck when it came to dining á la chef Ramsay stateside. But all of that is about to change, because Ramsay is reportedly opening up six (!) new restaurantsin the U.S.
The isn’t a ton of information about what’s actually to come yet, but it’s confirmed that there will be six new hot spots, with locations in both Baltimore and New Orleans (which would be his first venues in these cities). It’s speculated that the restaurants will likely be casual chains, or even connected to gaming hubs, like his popular venues in Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay BurGR, and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill.
The branch in Vegas is said to resemble Hell’s Kitchen and many would likely eat there out of curiosity. After all, we all deserve to eat some fancy food now and then and not just munch on greasy, high-calorie, and unhealthy foods that are bad for our health and contributes to the rise of obesity. And because the Ramsay camp hasn’t said much about it yet, it continues to drive many Americans crazy and wondering what Gordon Ramsay has in store for their hungry tummies soon.