By Nina King
The neighborhood bar concept has received a romantic revitalization on the Las Vegas Strip in the past few years, turning the idea of a bar with grub into the idea of a great restaurant with excellent beer. The latest example of this phenomenon is Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill from the celebrated Michelin-starred chef.
Ramsay, who recently opened Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris, has divided the classic U.K. pub and grill style in his Caesars Palace offering, providing both a spot for watching sports and noshing on classic bar grub (albeit elevated a bit), such as shepherd’s pie, sausage and, of course, fish and chips.
Paired with one of the pub’s beers (32 on tap and 24 bottled varieties), it’s a relaxed meal. For just a little more attention to the dining experience itself, eat in the grill portion of the restaurant, where you can find New Zealand red snapper, brick-pressed Cornish chicken and that ever-worthy dessert, spotted dog. Jeremy Berlin, who has previously worked in Ramsay enterprises, takes the role of executive chef for the restaurant. Within the restaurant, the bar takes a starring role in the décor, evoking Britain with telephone booths and wood-and-brick elements.