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Fun and Games: Las Vegas Scene

There’s always time to squeeze in some R&R in Sin City.

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WWD MAGIC issue 08/21/2012

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Guests at Paris Las Vegas can cross the Channel into England at Gordon Ramsay’s first restaurant in town, the two-story Gordon Ramsay Steak.


Executive chef Kevin Hee showcases prime beef dry-aged for a minimum of 28 days, with cuts like the 32-oz. Royal Long-bone Chop for two ($105). Selections like American Kobe with a beef-marbling score of nine or higher can be paired with demi-roasted bone marrow ($14), foie gras ($19), lobster tail ($38) or crab legs ($40).


The restaurant’s signature dishes reflect Ramsay’s traditional British roots and personal eclectic flairs. They include a British ale onion soup made with Boddingtons Pub Ale ($17), smoked beef tartar ($22) and sticky toffee pudding.


Reservations are recommended a week to 10 days in advance for weekends, but Gordon Ramsay’s Steak’s SmartCellar bar and lounge serves the full menu and allows guests to use an interactive iPad to order cocktails directly from the device. The iPad contains details about each of the more than 325 labels represented on the wine list, as well as photos and components of the “Perfect Ten,” a collection of Gordon Ramsay Steak’s signature cocktails. The interior was created by EDG Design Firm and includes a giant Union Jack on the ceiling and neon modern art displayed on the walls. — Kira Cole


Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Tel.: 702-946-4663, Hours: Dinner daily, 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Bar and lounge open Sunday to Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to midnight, Web: mgmgrand.com

 

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