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Gordon Ramsay: Hell's Kitchen Miami Will Open This Weekend

Gordon Ramsay's seventh U.S. location of the restaurant inspired by his hit TV show will begin welcoming diners this weekend.
Hell's Kitchen opens this weekend in Miami.
Hell's Kitchen opens this weekend in Miami. Photo by Angelo Clinton
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It's official: Celebrity chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay has announced he will open the Miami Hell's Kitchen this weekend.

The restaurant, inspired by his signature dishes from his hit culinary competition TV show Hell's Kitchen, will welcome diners beginning Saturday, September 23, making it Ramsay's first South Florida establishment. Reservations are expected to fill quickly.

Located at 333 Biscayne Blvd. Way, the restaurant sits on the north bank of the Miami River in downtown Miami‚Äôs Met Square Complex, part of the final phase of the Metropolitan Miami mixed-use development. The complex includes a Silverspot Cinema and more than 40,000 square feet of retail and dining in addition to 188 luxury apartments, a museum paying tribute to the Tequesta tribe, and a hotel.

The massive, two-story Hell's Kitchen restaurant is a sprawling space that includes a ground-floor patio, terrace, open kitchen, two bars, two chef's tables, and multiple private dining rooms.

Those who like to watch the line will be captivated by the open kitchen, designed as the focal point of the restaurant with a combination of dramatic lighting and sleek, white marble counters. Even diners seated on the second floor will be able to watch the chefs at work via a special viewing area above the kitchen.

The Hell's Kitchen menu will serve Ramsay's signature classics, most notably his beef Wellington, crispy skin salmon, and sticky toffee pudding, alongside Miami-only dishes like steamed mussels with Spanish chorizo in a tomato saffron broth and churros served with cinnamon sugar, Mexican chocolate sauce, and dulce de leche ice cream.
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The open kitchen was designed as the focal point of the Miami Hell's Kitchen dining room.
Photo by Angelo Clinton
Diners can opt for a three-course, prix-fixe menu with curated wine pairings that highlight fan-favorite dishes. Vegetarian and vegan options are offered, including a vegan tomato saffron risotto and pan-seared tofu "scallops."

At the bar, expect to find classic and signature cocktails ranging from a traditional negroni and old-fashioned to the restaurant's innovative "Smoke on the Water," served in a smoke-filled lantern. Pro tip: order the "Notes from Gordon," a drink that arrives with a personalized message from Ramsay himself.

Requests for comment were not immediately returned, but Ramsay shared in a press release that Miami feels like the perfect fit for the show-inspired establishment with seven U.S. locations, including Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Lake Tahoe.

"Miami is such a special place," said Ramsay. "The culture, the food, and the people are unmatched. I've been a huge fan of the city for so many years and couldn't be more excited to officially open a restaurant here."

In 2019, Ramsay inked a deal with Lion Capital to expand his restaurant concepts across the U.S. The company currently has more than a dozen restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, Gordon Ramsay Burger, Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza, and Gordon Ramsay Steak from Las Vegas and Chicago to Boston, Orlando, Baltimore, and Kansas City.

Hell's Kitchen. 333 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami; 786-688-0082; gordonramsayrestaurants.com. Daily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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