Last week, Gordon Ramsay sold his West Hollywood establishment; this week, his Paris outpost shares the same fate: "Ramsay, who has been beset by persistent rumours about his company's finances, has quietly sold the restaurant, which was awarded two Michelin stars earlier this month, to the owners of the Trianon Palace Hotel, in Versailles, west of Paris." [Telegraph, previously]
Crumbling Empires, Cont.
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It’s a big day for (mostly) fine dining chefs and restaurants around greater Los Angeles