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Hell’s Kitchen :: Minneapolis, Minnesota

March 22, 2010 by  
Category: Nightlife & Dining

Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis is a must see if you find yourself lucky enough to be in Minnesota’s most populated and beautifully unique city. Super close to the Orpheum Theater, The Target Center, and the Minnesota Shubert Performing Arts and Education Center, it’s the perfect place to visit after a fun night out. The name of the restaurant would suggest a bill of fare right from a volcano, but don’t let the name fool you. The food is damn good and plentiful. Hell’s Kitchen is located underground and it is open 7 days a week. Frequented by chefs, the food is original, fun, bountiful and freshly prepared for each individual diner. The results are tasty and best of all it was created for you in the most casual of settings. The restaurant boasts of award winning peanut butter, homemade ketchup, and other sundry items as well as a full bar and great service.

The best time to visit for some is church time on Sunday (aka Salvation Sunday). The entire waiting staff is decked out in their pajamas, and they serve copious amounts of devilishly good food and hearty drinks. While others may be being put asleep by a long boring service you won’t be. The service here is excellent and the music is fun. Anyone can join in and usually does. Unfortunately the gospel music is no longer allowed because it was considered sacrilege. The bigger sin would be to miss this place! Hell’s Kitchen will try ridiculously hard to please even the most finicky of folks with a variety of fun and food and freedom to dine comfortably. This restaurant is available with anything from the catering of events like bachelor parties and to private rooms and parties for any or almost any event. The owner chefs will create anything you ask for, to match exactly your taste, budget and dietary restrictions and it is all done with devilish glee!

The people of Minneapolis know that public transit can easily get you to Hell’s Kitchen you now know too. There is ample parking supplied by the parking lot adjacent to the restaurant where you can elevator directly into the place, and there is also surface street level parking so you can just walk in. It should be noted that reservations should be made because of the high volume of the many fun crazed people that come here every day. For additional details on different venues or room, food and booze selections (such as the Fireplace Room) and additional options give them a call at 612-332-4700 or check them out online at www.hellskitcheninc.com.

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