Rhori Kow, who hails from Atlanta, landed his first Las Vegas gig in 2011 with The Wynn and never looked back. Most recently serving as Chef de Cuisine at Wicked Spoon Buffet, a snapshot of his career includes a continuous trajectory towards the top and comes to Triple George Grill with nearly 15 years of hospitality management and fine dining experience.
“The food scene in Downtown Las Vegas is a growing phenomenon and Triple George Grill was one of the first to do it right. It’s important to uphold the current Triple George standard that was established long before I arrived, but I also look forward to inserting my personality and passion into everything we do,” says Chef Kow.
Luis Ramirez arrived in Las Vegas in June of 2003 and immediately made a name for himself, earning the well-deserved respect of his colleagues at Jardin Restaurant inside Encore and Wicked Spoon Buffet inside Cosmopolitan.
Ramirez joined the Triple George Grill family as Assistant Chef with 23 years of experience under his belt. He continues to be impressed with the undying passion that every staff member gives to the restaurant, “from the dishwasher to the hostess at the entrance of the restaurant where the guest experience begins.”
In his free time, he enjoys watching sports, spending time with his kids and looking for new, flavorful dishes to bring to the menu. At the end of the day, he’s “just a normal person who loves to give the best food to our guests.”
Shelly Williams is our newest Triple George team member. She hails from Charleston, South Carolina and you’ll recognize her Southern charm as soon as you meet her. Shelly believes in good hospitality and service with a smile. With over 13 years in the service industry – including 6 years of training and a Front of House Management position on the LV Strip – she knows what it takes to make a restaurant happy and successful.
Working as a manager at Triple George Grill is exciting for Shelly, she states, “The Triple George Grill reputation is one that I really sought after when looking for my next career move. With amazing food, a unique atmosphere and flawless service – how could I go wrong?”
When she isn’t greeting customers and effortlessly handling a packed restaurant, Shelly likes to see Elvis impersonators around town, spend time doing arts & crafts with her mom and takes her fur baby, Presley the pit bull, on various adventures.