Everything We Know About Martha Stewart's New Las Vegas Restaurant

Is anyone in food media busier than Martha Stewart? In the past few months alone, Stewart has headlined at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen (via the event website); overhauled the inventory of her Martha.com online store, per her Instagram; and created a brand-new cooking special with Snoop Dogg, "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween," out October 21, according to IMDb. And now, she's opening a restaurant in Las Vegas.

According to construction permits recently obtained by Eater, the Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino will soon add a "Martha Stewart Restaurant" to its roster of celebrity eateries. Caesars Entertainment, the casino's parent company, has yet to confirm any details about the restaurant, rumors of which began to circulate on Vital Vegas in July. Nonetheless, plans for construction seem to be well underway, with completion of the restaurant expected sometime in 2022. Stewart joins the likes of famous figures Gordon Ramsay, Nobu Matsuhisa, and Guy Savoy, all of whom have established or in-progress dining destinations at Paris Las Vegas.

The Vegas spot will be Stewart's first major restaurant

Stewart is also joined by TV personality Lisa Vanderpump in opening a restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. The reality star is set to open "Vanderpump à Paris," complete with Parisian-themed food, cocktails, and decor, at the Paris Las Vegas sometime this winter, according to a press release

While Stewart is relatively new to restaurant management, she does have multiple years of experience in the industry, having launched a now-closed chain of coffee shops called Martha Stewart's Café in 2016, reports Eater. In fact, before Stewart became a media mogul and household name, she got her start in the hospitality industry by running a small catering business with a close friend, according to Investopedia. All things considered, Stewart isn't necessarily breaking into the restaurant industry — she's returning to it.

And she seems to be well-positioned to succeed. With her regular appearances on shows like "Chopped: Martha Rules" and close friendships with top-tier chefs like Andrew Zimmern, Stewart is connected to some of the biggest names in the food world. She is also currently worth about $400 million, which can't hurt her chances (via Investopedia).