Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay is opening a new restaurant in Las Vegas named Bobby's Burger Palace.
Flay was presented a key to the Las Vegas Strip by Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the restaurant in front of the Madarin Oriental on Wednesday.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman was also present at the ceremony.
BBP is described as a casual and convenient dining destination, offering an assortment of burgers inspired by Flay's extensive travels throughout America and his love of the grill.
This is the 18th location nationwide and the first BBP in Las Vegas. It will feature a burger named Vegas Burger made with white American cheese, Fresno red chiles and BBQ potato chips.
Doors are scheduled to open to the public at noon.