Maximum steak: Gordon Ramsay brings restaurant to Baltimore casino

  • World-famous chef, Gordon Ramsay is bringing his steak restaurant to Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino
  • The sharp-tongued star’s eatery will be replacing Jack Binion’s steak restaurant

Superstar chef Gordon Ramsay is headed for Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino. When he gets there, the globally recognised chef won’t be betting though – he’ll be cooking, or at least his team will.

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Gordon Ramsay will be bringing his famous steak restaurant to Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino

The star of Hell’s Kitchen, famed for his sharp tongue and withering put-downs, will be launching his second incarnation of Gordon Ramsay Steak. The first can be found in another casino haven, Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

‘A big lover of Baltimore’

From the perspective of Baltimore diners, it’s a case of out with the old, in with the new, as Jack Binion’s Steak moves out of Horseshoe Casino to make room for Ramsay’s take on grilled beef. The British chef seems to be eagerly looking forward to launching his sophomore steakhouse, saying: “I’ve been a big lover of Baltimore and what it stands for and what comes out of there regionally.”

Aside from all things tender, grilled and flame-scorched, diners at Gordon Ramsay Steak can expect his signature beef wellington, plus some of the freshest seafood in the region; Baltimore is famed for its crab after all.

A resolutely British menu will also have room for ale soup, braised beef cheeks and smoked bone marrow, followed by classic sticky toffee pudding to finish. Ramsay has also confirmed that he’ll be making the most of the east coast crab that’s landed locally and which is responsible for the crab shacks that can be found all across the city.

Diners intent on discovering whether Gordon Ramsay’s menu is all it’s cracked up to be will need to spend around $70-80 per head for a meal at his eponymous grill when it arrives at Horseshoe Casino. That seems a small price to pay given the sums that can be spent in a heartbeat across the two-storey casino’s 122,000 square foot gaming floor.

With slot machines, table games, video lottery terminals and a WSoP room, $80 doesn’t go far…unless you scoop a big win, in which case it’ll be steaks at Gordon Ramsay’s washed down with the finest champagne and finished off with sticky toffee pudding.

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