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The Hell's Kitchen winner moved from Gordon Ramsay Steak to BurGR last year.

Talking burgers and more with rising star chef Christina Wilson

February 25th, 2015

The Hell's Kitchen winner moved from Gordon Ramsay Steak to BurGR last year.

  • The decorated chef is set to open his third Strip restaurant at Bellagio in April.

  • Moonen is bringing back 10 of his "greatest hits" to this month's menu to celebrate his first Vegas decade.

  • The empire-building chef and restaurateur just opened his new classic French brasserie at Aria.

  • The chef and owner at 10-year-old Table 34 focuses on pleasing regulars and impressing first-time diners.

  • "This is the entertainment business, but for us what the customer will get still matters the most."

  • Between New York and Las Vegas, Neve has opened five different restaurants for the B&B empire.

  • This well-traveled chef runs the show at Planet Hollywood's PBR Rock Bar & Grill.

  • The chef closed his landmark Fleur de Lys restaurant in San Francisco earlier this year.

  • There's a reason he's known as the mayor of Chinatown in Chicago.

  • “I get that a lot, that we’re overlooked ... we have a lot of concierges and event planners telling people they’ve gotta try Strip House."

  • The award-winning pizza maker is getting set to expand his presence in Las Vegas.

  • "The specials are my area to play around and try new things."

  • The new Downtown hot spot's menu was a collective effort among Andrews, Kerry Simon and Cory Harwell.

  • "Average is not good enough. Getting up there means you need to take risks, and part of that is being unique."

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