Gordon Ramsay opening Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in Nevada
STATELINE, Nev. — Renowned chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay recently announced he is bringing his Hell’s Kitchen restaurant to the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe.
The restaurant is slated to open later this year in the historic Sage Room at Harveys Lake Tahoe in Stateline, on the lake’s South Shore, according to a news release.
This will be the third Hell’s Kitchen location in the world. Similar to the other locations, design and menu elements will be pulled directly from the hit reality show “Hell’s Kitchen.”
“It’s been a long dream of mine to bring Hell’s Kitchen to life and the response to my Hell’s Kitchen restaurants in Las Vegas and Dubai has been incredible, and I’m thrilled to bring the third to Lake Tahoe,” Ramsay said in the news release. “I absolutely fell in love with this area from the breathtaking views of the lake to the amazing skiing nearby, Lake Tahoe has it all. It’s a perfect location for a third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant.”
The Sage Room at Harveys, one of Tahoe’s first fine dining establishments, will continue its legacy in the current 19 Kitchen & Bar location on the 19th floor of the high-rise property.
Construction on Hell’s Kitchen restaurant will begin in the coming weeks with an expected opening date later this year, according to the news release.
The Tahoe location will differentiate itself with a nod to the past. The Sage Room’s iconic wooden beams, which were made from trees removed when the road to the property was initially built, will remain in place.
The beams have been a prominent design piece since the original Harveys Wagon Wheel casino first opened in 1944, according to Harveys.
The first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant opened at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in January of 2018. The second location opened at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai this past spring.
Gordon Ramsay Restaurants operates a total of 35 restaurants globally and boasts a total of seven Michelin stars.
Reservations for Hell’s Kitchen Lake Tahoe will be available in the near future, according to Harveys. Updates and more information will be posted at harveystahoe.com.
“They are all prepared to be our future leaders and decision-makers and will see first-hand the complexities of a growing and industrious region,” says Chamber CEO Ann Silver.