Award-winning Chef Gordon Ramsay brings his unique and exclusive style and culinary flair to nationally-acclaimed Los Angeles retail destination, The Grove, with the opening of his newest restaurant, The Fat Cow (named as a nod to the animal that offers much of our daily diet, but we don’t often appreciate).
The Fat Cow is the realization of Ramsay’s vision for a friendly neighborhood gathering place. Embodying the spirit of a roadhouse eatery – the type you might stumble upon on old Route 66 – the ambience of The Fat Cow is warm and rustic, with a deconstructed, industrial aesthetic.
Conceptualized by Ramsay, the restaurant features communal-style dining tables, uniquely-designed light canopies, and creatively juxtaposed reclaimed wood, unpolished metal and vintage hardware.
With just over 200 seats both indoors and out, the welcoming feel of The Fat Cow is enhanced by leather booths, vintage flea market items and one-of-a-kind lighting sconces that set the visual tone for the restaurant.