Fresh from opening a Las Vegas steakhouse, Gordon Ramsay last week opened The Fat Cow in Los Angeles, a “neighborhood gathering place” that marks a more casual shift for the television chef known for his high-end restaurants around the world. Ramsay is known in the U.S. for his television shows, such as “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Master Chef,” and he splits his time between Los Angeles and London. But most of the 25 ...
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