Downtown Miami’s Met Square Getting A Multi-Level Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant By Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay is opening a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at downtown Miami’s Met Square.

The restaurant will have two levels with 16,736 square feet of space, according to multiple reports.

Outdoor dining will also be available, with a ground floor patio and second floor terrace.

Inside will be a bar and an open kitchen.

Ramsay has also announced plans to open a Lucky Cat restaurant in the South of Fifth neighborhood of South Beach later in 2022.

The downtown Miami Met complex where Hell’s Kitchen will open already has several high-end restaurants: Novikov (in Met 1) and Boulud Sud (in Met 2).

 

 

 

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Anonymous
6 months ago

For the soon to be aston martin residents no doubt

Not Anonymous
6 months ago

Not only them, everyone with the big enough wallet

Melo is sigma and chad
6 months ago

This will be a hit

WWW.
6 months ago

I have always wanted to eat here! I am really excited this is coming to Miami!

Not Anonymous
6 months ago

me too!

Anonymous
6 months ago

He should open at Miami Worldcenter

Anonymous
6 months ago

Nice

NINO
6 months ago

WHERE’S THE LAMB SAUCE?!

Anonymous
6 months ago

IT’S F&@!ING RARE! ( Censor was intended )

Anonymous
6 months ago

Ther Overrated Ramsay

Anonymous
6 months ago

This is great but they need to clear out some of the riffraff that hang out under bridge by the river there

Anonymous
6 months ago

This deserves a brickell spot

Anonymous
6 months ago

It’s literally 5 feet away

Anonymous
6 months ago

Forget it.. for him, that’s like 5 miles away.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Brickell is reaching saturation. More room for future growth in Downtown, which is largely untapped.

Anonymous
6 months ago

Agree that downtown has a ton more progress to do, but Brickell is by no means built out already, and great new restaurants in particular have been a point of relative scarcity when compared to Wynwood, for example.

Not Anonymous
6 months ago

yeah

Shawn Kouri
6 months ago

Now the chaos of that place is coming to Miami???? No way!!! Oh no no no no no no no no no no!! Not in my town. Sorry. I heard shows about this restaurant

Anonymous
6 months ago

You live in Miami Gardens and are worried about Brickell hi-end restaurant chaos?

peej
6 months ago

Shouldn’t you be bitching about them only providing you with ONE MEASLY RENDERING? This project
is great for the area, as others have already mentioned.

Can’t wait to see how many downvotes you get–deservedly so.

NINO
6 months ago

“Shows” about this restaurant? You mean the “reality” show fifteen years ago with a restaurateur host using his fame to open restaurants with that moniker?

Anonymous
6 months ago

The American version of the TV show is highly edited for maximum drama, complete with dramatic background music and everything.

Check out the original version of the show and you’ll see all the cut out moments where theyre genuinely kind and supportive instructors while the moments of anger are much less common.