Celebrity Las Vegas Chefs Opening Tucson Restaurant

Celebrity Las Vegas Chefs Opening Tucson Restaurant


Celebrity Las Vegas chefs opening Tucson restaurant

If you're a food enthusiast, Tucson has plenty of restaurants to choose from. From affordable tacos to high-end steakhouses, there's something for everyone here.

Tucson now boasts several celebrity chefs from Las Vegas who have opened restaurants. These establishments are worth checking out for both their cuisine and atmosphere.

Gordon Ramsay

Celebrity chefs from Las Vegas are falling in love with Tucson's food scene and plan to open a restaurant there. In fact, the city is getting ready to host an event next month featuring some of the world's most renowned celebrity chefs.

Gordon Ramsay is the chef behind some of TV's most successful cooking shows, such as Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares. According to Forbes magazine, his shows generate over $150 million annually in advertising dollars for Fox.

The esteemed British-born chef has recently expanded his restaurant empire to the U.S. He owns Gordon Ramsay Steak in Las Vegas as well as Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips restaurants, plus several others across Europe like Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza and Bread Street Kitchen.

Ramsay has earned a reputation for creating unforgettable meals from simple vegetables, and he offers several recipes you can try at home. Gordon's herb-crusted rack of lamb with glazed thumbelina carrots is one of his most popular creations.

Star chef Anthony Bourdain often includes vegan options on his menus. In fact, he even featured Josie Clemens - a vegan contestant on season 20 of Hell's Kitchen!

Another way he incorporates meatless dishes into his restaurants' menus is by featuring vegetables as the star ingredient. He recently added beet Wellington to Hell's Kitchen and previously introduced vegan versions of his burgers at Gordon Ramsay Burger.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has announced plans to expand his North American restaurant empire, taking it from 75 locations to 75. This will nearly quadruple his business. Additionally, he's introducing two new concepts in America - Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza and Gordon Ramsay Bread Street Kitchen.

Giada De Laurentiis

Giada De Laurentiis is a renowned celebrity chef who has been cooking on the Food Network for many years. She has hosted several popular shows like Giada at Home and Food Network Star, in addition to authoring several cookbooks.

In 2010, she joined forces with Target to launch her own line of kitchen items and products, which can be found at Target stores nationwide. The assortment includes pasta sauces, flavored coffee and other essentials designed to make cooking easier for busy families.

De Laurentiis has also lent her support to several charities, such as Stand Up 2 Cancer and Alex's Lemonade Stand. As an ambassador for these causes, De Laurentiis donates her time in order to raise money for these worthy causes.

She has also collaborated with the Kitchen Community to establish a Learning Garden at an elementary school in Compton, California. This garden grows organic produce that provides students with nutritious meals.

Though The Cromwell Restaurant offers a more relaxed atmosphere than its sister establishment, California-inspired Italian cuisine remains the focus. Diners can find dishes like the Tuscan rib-eye for two ($79), served with a sunnyside egg and arugula; as well as whole roast chicken served cacciatore style ($149).

The restaurant also provides guests with an unforgettable view of the Strip. Selected tables overlooking Bellagio offer guests a breathtaking vantage point while they savor their dinner.

She has been the focus of multiple scandals during her time as a celebrity chef, including cheating and infidelity. Rumors swirled that she was having an affair with Today show host Matt Lauer, singer John Mayer and fellow Food Network star Bobby Flay.

Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart is renowned for her expertise on hospitality, and it shows in The Bedford. The dining room was meticulously designed to replicate her farmhouse in New York, down to the sconces and paint colors.

At this upscale eatery, guests will find a blend of traditional American dishes and some global influences. For starters, there are plenty of salads and sandwiches to choose from; for a lighter meal, try the couscous royale or halibut and corn chowder.

In addition to a few appetizers, the menu offers an extensive selection of entrees that will please any appetite. Choose from roast chicken, two steak options or salmon en croute for something truly special.

For drinks, there are classic cocktails such as the Perfect Manhattan and Old Fashioned. But for something more playful, try the Frozen Pomegranate Martha-Rita or White Cosmopolitan (containing tequila and lime).

Though the restaurant is on the higher-end spectrum, it also provides a warm and inviting atmosphere. Walls are adorned with artwork from Martha's collection, plus there's even a grand fireplace in the dining room!

On top of it all, the wine list features wines that celebrate Stewart's personal life and career. For example, one wine in particular from his 19 Crimes collection pays homage to a federal conviction he received nearly two decades ago.

Martha Stewart Living's New York home has even the chairs re-imagined, featuring grey padded dining room chairs and wing-backs in the lounge area. Overall, it's a beautifully designed space that feels just like Martha Stewart Living pages.

Guy Fieri

Guy Fieri may be best known for his Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives or his willingness to feed first responders when disaster strikes. But did you also know he owns a chain of restaurants with Caesars Entertainment?

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay opened his first restaurant with Caesars in Las Vegas in 2014 and has since expanded to over 75 around the world. His signature dishes include burgers, championship BBQ and serious Big Eat fare.

At his DTPHX Kitchen + Bar, you'll find signature dishes such as the bacon mac 'n cheeseburger, The Original Ringer Burger and Prime Time American Kobe with caramelized onion jam and smoked Gouda cheese, all served with his donkey sauce (an aioli made with garlic, mayonnaise, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper). Other choices include Hawaiian "Huli" chicken sandwich with teriyaki barbecue sauce glazed boneless chicken thigh; Motley Que pulled pork sandwiches; and The Big Dipper--a low and slow roast beef take on French dip.

Menu items include trash can nachos topped with Fieri's Motley Que barbecue sauce, corn tortilla chips, house-smoked pork, super melty cheese and chipotle barbecue sauce, jalapeno pig poppers, dynamite shrimp with Thai sweet chili sauce, tuna poke won-tacos and chicken wings. Plus they serve a selection of alcoholic beverages like beer or wine.

Guy has visited Arizona several times, but this is his first trip to Tucson. According to an episode guide, he will be filming half a dozen episodes that will air on Food Network in March. In addition to the restaurants listed above, Fieri also visited Renee's Organic Oven and Aloha Kitchen in Mesa as well as Rocco's Little Chicago Pizza and Inca's Peruvian Cuisine in Mesa.

Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay is one of the world's renowned celebrity chefs. He has featured on more than a dozen shows and written numerous books, including 16 cookbooks.

Born in New York City, Flay dropped out of high school and began working at a restaurant after his father provided him with employment. Through this job, he earned enough money for tuition at the French Culinary Institute of New York - graduating with honors!

Flay developed an avid culinary interest as a young boy and asked his parents for an Easy-Bake Oven for Christmas. When the small oven arrived, Flay quickly took to cooking with passion.

After graduating from the French Culinary Institute, Flay worked in various restaurants. He also appeared on multiple Food Network shows such as Iron Chef America and Throwdown! with Bobby Flay.

He has since opened a number of restaurants across America, such as Mesa Grill and Gato in New York and Atlantic City; Bar Americain and Bobby Flay Steak in Las Vegas. These eateries serve grilled steaks, Southwestern fare, and classic American dishes that have made Flay famous.

The Flay restaurants offer an extensive selection of drinks, from wine to cocktails to beer. The bars boast a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere with servers on hand who can answer questions about the menu.

He currently teaches at the French Culinary Institute and serves as a mentor to the next generation of chefs and restaurateurs. Additionally, he established the Bobby Flay Scholarship that offers full tuition to students enrolled in his alma mater's program. Furthermore, Bobby hosts "Beat Bobby Flay" on television and serves as guest instructor on The Cooking Channel.

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