After 17 seasons of fierce competition, viewers of the hit television series “Hell’s Kitchen” will finally be able to experience the exciting culinary environment for themselves. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has announced that his first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant will make a fiery entrance at one of the Las Vegas Strip’s most iconic properties, Caesars Palace Las Vegas, at the end of 2017. The restaurant will be Ramsay’s fifth in Las Vegas.

Hell’s Kitchen will be designed by Jeffrey Beers International to be “an experiential and immersive destination restaurant” that enables guests to feel as if they are dining on the studio set and even participating in the show. The restaurant’s decor will be heavily inspired by the television series. The bustling kitchen will be the restaurant’s centerpiece, allowing diners to see all of the action that helps get their meals to the table.

“Fans of the show have been asking us to bring a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant to life since day one, so I’m thrilled to finally be doing it here at Caesars Palace,” said Ramsay. “A key element of the show’s success has always been the diners’ experience, so we are excited for guests in Las Vegas to feel like they too are part of the show—flames and all.”

Hell’s Kitchen is expected to seat nearly 300 diners in both indoor and outdoor patio dining. A daily themed brunch will be offered, as well as a dinner and bar menu. It is not only the decor that will take its cue from the television show. The menu will highlight many recipes from Hell’s Kitchen competitors and dishes that have been featured on the show, including Ramsay’s own signature dishes.

“Like so many others worldwide, I too have long been a fan of “Hell’s Kitchen” and we are thrilled to be bringing a first-of-its-kind restaurant like this to Caesars Palace guests and visitors to Las Vegas,” said Gary Selesner, Caesars Palace regional president. “We are so proud to welcome a second Gordon Ramsay restaurant into Caesars Palace, a partnership that continues to be the perfect recipe throughout many of our resorts.”