Famously foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay is considering a return to New York City. The chef technically hasn't had a restaurant here since 2009, when he ditched his eponymous restaurant at The London amid financial troubles. That restaurant finally met its long-awaited end last year, but now Ramsay is telling the Daily News that he'd "relish another opportunity" to have a restaurant here. The restaurant in question would likely be some iteration of his casual London spot, Bread Street Kitchen. Ramsay seems to be looking all over town: "I'm a big fan of Brooklyn. Also have been looking in the West Village and Meatpacking and around Ground Zero. I've got my eye on a couple of places." Meanwhile, he trying to fight the downward spiral of Atlantic City casinos and restaurants by opening an outlet of Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill inside Caesar's this Friday.
Gordon Ramsay Is Actively Scouting Locations for Another NYC Restaurant
Look out, Gordo wants to give New York another shot.