Superstar chef Bobby Flay is preparing to open another restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip later this year. The new Bobby Flay project, called Brasserie B by Bobby Flay, will replace Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace.
“I’m thrilled to create my vision of a classic French brasserie for my long-time partners at Caesars Palace,” Flay said in a press release. “The design of Brasserie B by Bobby Flay will entice that classic Parisian feel. The energy will be bustling with casual professionalism, and the food will be a mix of brasserie staples and, of course, some flavor surprises I’ve become known for over the years.”
Flay has already had success at Caesars Palace, where his Amalfi opened in 2021. The Strip is also home to three outposts of Flay’s Bobby’s Burgers concept. Brasserie B will be a new direction for the chef, featuring “an intersection of French cuisine and Flay’s creative touches,” with “signature twists on classic frites, unique raw bar selections, a variety of starters and entrees and decadent desserts.”
“Bobby Flay has been part of the Caesars Entertainment family for nearly two decades,” said Terrence O’Donnell, Vice President and Assistant General Manager of Caesars Palace, in the release. “Brasserie B will be an exciting addition to our Culinary Empire, and we can’t wait to showcase Bobby’s take on French dishes in this new dining destination.”
Brasserie B by Bobby Flay is expected to open in late 2023.