Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has brought a lot of excitement to the south with the recent news of a major relocation. Gordon Ramsay has made drastic moves and is pulling out from California when it comes to his headquarters.

Our Favorite Celebrity Chef is Moving His US Headquarters to Texas

The North American restaurant headquarters are about to throw some cowboy boots on and a cowboy hat and may learn to talk with a twang when they make the move to Texas.

The TV host from Hell’s Kitchen is on a mission to expand his food kingdom across North America. So he hired a crew to help with the expansion.

According to DallasNews.com Gordan Ramsay's crew will set up shop in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. Ramsay hired a man who is no stranger to dominating the food world. Norman Abdallah was most recently the former CEO of Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group is Ramsay's CEO leading the expansion.

Abdallah told Dallas News that there may be some restaurants opening up in Dallas, but for now, their focus is the East Coast and Chicago. This is the part that excited me, I am ready to try Gordan Ramsay's food, minus the yelling. Keep in mind, there are no restaurants under the Gordon Ramsay umbrella in Texas or Louisiana.

You Simply Can't Hate Gordon Ramsay

Maybe you have seen him in Hells Kitchen or Kitchen Nightmares, this man is always working hard, and although he may seem like a crazy irate chef, his soft side always sneaks out which is why we end up falling in love with him.

Now, we wait, for a Gordon Ramsay kitchen to open up in Texas or Louisiana.

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