You see them on TV, and if you're very lucky and get there on the right day, you may see your favorite celebrity chefs in their Atlantic City restaurants.

Several celebrity chefs have restaurants at casinos in the city. There are more, but here are five of the most well known:

1. Gordon Ramsay

He has two restaurants in two different Atlantic City Casinos. At Caesars, you'll find Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill. A description of the restaurant reads: "best spot in Atlantic City for a true, authentic British Pub experience." You'll find British favorites like Scottish Eggs, Shepherd's Pie, and Fish and Chips.

Over at Harrah's, you'll find Gordon Ramsay Steak, which features a steakhouse menu which "showcases prime beef aged for a minimum of 40 days and cuts such as the 40-ounce Royal Long-bone Chop for two as well as American Kobe."

2. Guy Fieri

Fieri's home in Atlantic City is Bally's. There you'll find Guy Fieri's Chophouse - "A unique take on the classic steakhouse, the restaurant features a menu of popular signature dishes with New Jersey flair."

In the Wild West section of the casino, you'll find the other Fieri property: Guy's Bar-B-Que Joint. At Guy's Joint, you'll find all kinds of classic barbecue favorites.

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3. Bobby Flay

At Borgata, Flay's held court for some time now with Bobby Flay Steak. It's described as "a modern twist on the traditional steakhouse."

4. Michael Symon

Symon's Angeline is called Michael Symon's "ode to classic Italian food—simple, bold, fresh and served with prideful attention to detail." You'll find Angeline at Borgata.

5. Jose Garcas

Garcas seems to have the most "skin in the game" in Atlantic City, with no less than four different restaurants!

At Ocean Casino Resort, you'll find Garcas's Amada:"This rustic-chic, tapas-style restaurant and bar has embraced the rich traditions of Spanish cuisine, showcasing the authentic taste of Andalucía."

Also at Ocean is another Garcas restaurant: Distrito. A casual hangout, " is a vibrant celebration of the culture and cuisine of Mexico City." Order from the food truck and have a seat at a picnic table!

Jose Garcas also stays busy at the other end of the Boardwalk, at the Tropicana. His restaurants there, Olan and Okatshe, though, are listed on the Tropicana website as being temporarily closed.

Again, these are just five of the celebrities with restaurants in Atlantic City. There are certainly several more.