Hell’s Kitchen is touching down in Miami. Inspired by Gordon Ramsay’s hit television series, the restaurant will embody a variety of elements from the show while also bringing together five-star cuisine from Chef himself.
Featuring a variety of Chef Ramsay’s most beloved dishes, the menu will explore items including the Beef Wellington and Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Ramsay exclaimed, “I’m so excited to bring Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN to Miami. With its impressive food scene, art deco architecture and amazing people, they really know how to bring on the heat, and I know HELL’S KITCHEN will feel right at home!”
The two-story restaurant will have ample space for diners to indulge in all of the restaurant's delicious menu items, spearheaded by one of the most talented chefs. The 16,736 square foot space includes a ground-floor patio and second-floor dining terrace, as well as a beautiful interior dining room. The interior design is set to emulate the hit television show’s set, with an open kitchen and contemporary bar, where diners can watch the culinary team from their seat.
Star cocktails from the mixology bar will include traditional offerings to unique concepts from Negroni’s and Old Fashioned to drinks like Star on the Boulevard with dry ice, served in a lantern with a personalized note from Chef himself.
The Gordon Ramsay North America team is very excited about this opportunity alongside other Hell’s Kitchen openings in Washington D.C. and Chicago. CEO of Gordon Ramsay North America, Norman Abdallah said, “We are very excited to join Brickell’s restaurant community in Met Square and be part of this energetic and growing district.”
The space will transport diners with its beautiful stone flooring and textured tiles, bringing together Miami’s bright and vibrant aesthetic. Staying true to Miami’s Art Deco aura, the space will mimic all things deco and luxury through its architectural details, from brass accents to antique mirrors.
2022 is going to be an exciting year for Ramsay in Miami, with his star London restaurant Lucky Cat slated to open and now Hell’s Kitchen. With no doubt, Ramsay is leaving is mark on the Miami culinary scene.