The gastropub will serve traditional rustic British pub food - fish and chips, bangers and mash, steak and ale pie - all with that infamous Ramsay twist.
There will be a patio from the restaurant that extends to the casino floor and with over 40 different beers on tap Ramsay really is trying to recreate an authentic British pub experience in the city that never sleeps.
This is the second Ramsay restaurant for the city when in May the chef announced plans to open Steak at Paris located on the strip.
Many may be skeptical about the authenticity of a pub in Las Vegas but in a place that has managed to create a life size replica of the Italian town of Venice, we're pretty sure they can handle a British gastropub.
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