Beyond MoCo: Chef Gordon Ramsay to Open Bottomless Pizza Restaurant in DC

Chef Gordon Ramsay will be opening the first-ever US branch of his Street Pizza chain at 501 Seventh Street, Northwest, DC later this year, according to an article by Washingtonian.  Ramsay currently operates four of the bottomless pizza restaurants in London (St Paul’s, Camden, Southwark and Battersea).  The restaurant will be taking over what was originally going to be one of Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips, which has locations in Las Vegas and Orlando. In London, the price of the all you-can-eat pizza option is £16, which is equal to $20 US.  Pizza options include Classic Margherita, Pepperoni, Charred Aubergine, Corn & Chorizo, and a daily special.

In February we reported that Chef Ramsay was bringing his Hell’s Kitchen concept to The Wharf in DC. His two existing Hell’s Kitchens locations can be found in Caeser’s at Las Vegas (2018) and Lake Tahoe (2020), ads well as a Hell’s Kitchen at Caeser’s in Dubai, with the upcoming DC location being the only non-casino affiliated Hell’s Kitchen restaurant. The high-energy restaurant and bar takes its cue directly from the primetime television hit seen worldwide by millions of viewers, which is slated to premier seasons 19 and 20 in the near future. The restaurant shines the spotlight on many of Hell’s Kitchen cast/chef recipes and dishes featured on the show, including many of Chef Ramsay’s signature dishes like the Pan Seared Scallops, Lobster Risotto, Beef Wellington, Crispy Skin Salmon and Sticky Toffee Pudding.
ALSO SEE: Did You Know? Chef and Co-Owner of Full On in Rockville was on Hell’s Kitchen
Feature photo courtesy of Gordon Ramsay on Facebook.

 

 

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