Bradley Ogden restaurant closing at Caesars Palace

The high-end Bradley Ogden restaurant at Caesars Palace will close in August after a 10-year run, the restaurant and casino announced Friday.

With its "term to expire,'' the restaurant will close after dinner service on Aug. 5, the parties said.

Among his honors, Ogden was named Restaurateur of the Year in 2010 by the Nevada Restaurant Association.

Ogden is known as a pioneer in the farm-fresh, organic movement and for serving seasonal, American fare. Signature dishes include Ogden's Maytag blue cheese souffle, oak grilled prime ribeye and strawberry rhubarb crumble.

''We are grateful for our 10-year association with the team at Caesars Palace,” Ogden said in a statement.

“It is impossible to underestimate the impact Bradley Ogden restaurant has had on the dining landscape at Caesars Palace. It has won countless awards and has served our guests and Caesars Palace well for all these years and launched many culinary careers,” Gary Selesner, regional president of Caesars Palace, said in a statement.

Ogden's 14-restaurant, San Francisco-based Lark Creek Restaurant Group said ''we continue to be enthusiastic about the Las Vegas market and are reviewing other opportunities to develop a new Bradley Ogden-culinary influenced restaurant in the area.''

Caesars said plans for development of the restaurant space will be announced later.

The Vegas Tripping website reported a Gordon Ramsay concept will take its place.



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  1. You go there once and you would not go back. Very small portions, not very tasty, no Wow factor.

  2. over priced crap for the stupid tourists

    good bye losers