Ah yes, Vegas. The town where dreams are made of.
At least, Gordon Ramsay is hoping.
The Master Chef is making a deal with Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to revive his struggling U.S. empire.
In 2009, he sold his London NYC restaurant back to the hotel owners after struggling to keep it open and has had to close other restaurants to ward off bankruptcy after his company allegedly breached a contract for a $17 million loan.
Vegas obviously has faith with the chef as "Ramsay and Caesars will brand a minimum of three restaurants including a pub/bar and grill."
Ramsay is "close to signing a standard consultancy deal. He will not be involved in day-to-day operations."
Ramsay's rep confirmed:
"We are working on exciting projects with Caesars Entertainment and will have further announcements shortly."
Other popular TV chefs such as Bobby Flay have had much success in Vegas so we don't see why Gordon wouldn't do well there. Sin City is becoming one of the best foodie meccas around the world. We definitely see Gordon having success.
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