Restaurant Review-Hell’s Kitchen

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One of our favorite things to do is go out to eat. When I try to decide what favorite restaurant to review it’s always a bit difficult for me to narrow it down, but I think I’ve done it. Check out the links provided for pictures, hours, and a full listing of menu items. Viewing the website is in experience in itself.

We’ve eaten at Hell’s Kitchen, located in the heart of Minneapolis, several times and been impressed on every occasion. The food and the service are nothing short of outstanding, and we LOVE the atmosphere. The first time we were there for what was called the “Gospel Brunch,” which was fantastic. The lemon ricotta hotcakes, maple glazed bison sausage, and huevos rancheros are the dishes I’ve tried, and I would order them all again. Jeff, and my friend Jana loved the bloody marys. I’m not a bloody mary fan, but I will say I was thoroughly impressed by their wine list. Lots of good selections, with a price list that won’t break the bank. The “Gospel Brunch” was recently renamed, “Sin and Soul Brunch,” and with the change in name came the added bonus of being able to see live music at Hell’s Kitchen on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to make a reservation, or you could end up waiting a couple hours to be seated.

We’ve also been to the Hell’s Kitchen, located in Duluth Minnesota’s Canal Park, a couple times. On these occasions we weren’t there for brunch, just for lunch, but were equally impressed with the food and service. The blue cheese bison burger, walleye BLT, and sweet potato french fries were delicious. Hell’s Kitchen also makes their own ketchup (which didn’t seem like such a big deal to me when I heard about it…but when I tried it, OH MY! Very very good!)

I was just reading that the Duluth location is still under the same ownership but recently changed their name to Hellburgers. Looking at the site I would guess that it’s the same great quality food, just a slightly more casual atmosphere and menu. I will get the scoop and write a full review the next time we visit Duluth. Until then, give the Minneapolis location a try and let me know what you think.

~Melissa

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  3 comments for “Restaurant Review-Hell’s Kitchen

  1. Sandy
    May 17, 2010 at 8:38 pm

    My son the cook who loves to frequent Farmer’s Markets checked out Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis a couple of months ago and even bought the cookbook available.

  2. May 17, 2010 at 8:43 pm

    It’s so good! Give it a try sometime and let me know what you think. Funny, I just ordered the cookbook last week!

  3. June 16, 2010 at 10:38 pm

    Good Day from Patagonia! I found that very informative. Thanks for the information. I will be back to check for more information next week.

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