Washingtonians, it’s here! Iconic British chef and reality TV host Gordon Ramsay opened Hell’s Kitchen D.C. at The Wharf on Monday, January 30.
Ramsay’s restaurant—of reality TV competition “Hell’s Kitchen” fame—is the fifth location to open, the other four including Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Lake Tahoe, and Southern California.
The two-story, 14,000-square-foot restaurant boasts waterfront views of the Potomac River. But if you’re a hardcore fan of the celebrity chef’s reality show of the same name, then you’re in luck! You can opt for a dining room reservation where you can witness the red and blue teams in a dinner service competition—just like if you were on the show!
Hell’s Kitchen gives diners the chance to indulge on some of Ramsay’s renowned dishes, such as beef wellington, lobster risotto, and sticky toffee pudding. While dishes can be ordered à la carte, a three-course fixed-price menu is available for $89.95, or for $154.95 you can add on the optional wine pairings.
This marks Ramsay’s second brick-and-mortar restaurant to open its doors in D.C., following the opening of Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips—also conveniently located at The Wharf—in October 2022.
For more information on Hell’s Kitchen D.C., visit gordonramsayrestaurants.com.