Gordon Ramsay's restaurant partnership with BFF David Beckham will turn an empty warehouse in London into a Mediterranean-inspired eatery that's slated to open in September.
Those are some of the new details that have emerged out of Ramsay's camp this week, after months of speculation as to his star-powered collaboration with the soccer celebrity who recently made headlines for signing on with Parisian home team Paris Saint-Germain.
Union Street Café will open in London's Southwark borough.
It's the latest opening for Ramsay's burgeoning restaurant empire. In December, the celebrity chef threw open the doors to his latest Las Vegas outposts, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace, and Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
Meanwhile, in other chef-celebrity collaborations, Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa, who is propped by actor Robert De Niro, recently opened his largest restaurant yet inside his own branded boutique hotel, Nobu Hotel Las Vegas, a tower inside Caesars Palace.
The 1,187-square meter space features a trio of Teppanyaki tables and a 15-seat sushi bar.
This story was posted on Thu, February 7, 2013
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