Gordon Ramsay's first St. Louis restaurant at Four Seasons with stunning views of the Gateway Arch and Mississippi River

Gordon Ramsay Opens First St. Louis Restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, in partnership with Horseshoe St. Louis, has announced the opening of Ramsay’s Kitchen By Gordon Ramsay.

This is the first restaurant in St. Louis from the renowned multi-Michelin-starred chef. Ramsay’s Kitchen is inspired by Chef Ramsay’s global travels, offering a menu that takes guests on a culinary journey around the world.

St. Louis is an incredible foodie destination, with its own vibrant Midwest flavors and influences,” says Gordon Ramsay. “I’m delighted to open Ramsay’s Kitchen at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, a stunning restaurant with amazing views of the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River. It is the perfect location for family celebrations, date nights, and gatherings with friends.”

Located on the eighth floor of the hotel, Ramsay’s Kitchen offers a breathtaking view of the iconic Gateway Arch and the mighty Mississippi River. The restaurant can accommodate over 250 guests and features a bar and lounge, a main dining room with a seasonal patio, two private dining rooms, and the outdoor RK Bar, providing a memorable dining experience.

Beef Wellington
Beef Wellington

The menu at Ramsay’s Kitchen features some of Chef Ramsay’s renowned dishes and introduces new favorites. Guests can enjoy signature entrees such as the legendary Beef Wellington, Crispy Skin Salmon, Fish and Chips, and Pan Seared Scallops. Starters include buttery Parker Rolls, Tuna Tartare, Jumbo Lump Crab Cake, and STL Style Ribs. Desserts feature British classics like Sticky Toffee Pudding and Strawberry Eton Mess, along with new takes on confections like Chocolate Tart and Vanilla Mascarpone Cheesecake.

Spicy Tuna Tartare with Won Ton Crisps
Spicy Tuna Tartare with Won Ton Crisps

“The team at Four Seasons St. Louis is thrilled to welcome Chef Ramsay to St. Louis, and excited for both locals and hotel guests to enjoy his internationally inspired menu,” says Alper Oztok, General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. “This restaurant offers elevated cuisine in a sophisticated setting, reflecting Chef Ramsay’s relentless pursuit of excellence.”

“Our Caesars Rewards guests have long loved Gordon Ramsay and his incredible restaurants across the country,” says Brian Marsh, SVP and General Manager of Horseshoe St. Louis.

“Chef Ramsay interprets local tastes with his culinary talent and signature style to create something truly unique. We can’t wait to see that come together at Ramsay’s Kitchen in St. Louis.”

Designed by California-based architecture and interior design firm AO, the restaurant decor features a warm color palette of navy blue, sienna, and cream, enhanced by rich furnishings. The design evokes the warmth and sophistication of Gordon Ramsay’s cooking style and his bold persona. It also pays homage to the local culture with design finishes native to the region, reflecting the surrounding rivers through custom carpeting and bespoke artwork.

Just inside the restaurant entrance is a stylish lounge with leather stools lining the marble bar and a relaxed seating area. The curated bar menu features creative handcrafted cocktails, a comprehensive wine list, and a selection of bar bites.

A floor-to-ceiling glass wine case separates the bar area from the dining room, where soft leather banquettes and chairs are complemented by smoked glass mirrors and bronze metal accents. On the back wall, commissioned artwork combines Chef Ramsay’s monogram with a representation of the confluence of rivers distinctive to St. Louis.

The seasonal, al fresco RK Bar, centered by a fire pit and water feature surrounded by plush seating, offers dramatic vistas of the Mississippi River and its bridges. Open seven nights a week from May to October, it is the ideal spot to enjoy cocktails and bar bites while watching the sunset over the downtown skyline.

Ramsay’s Kitchen By Gordon Ramsay St. Louis is now open and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations can be made on OpenTable.

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