89 S 9th St, Minneapolis, MN | Directions 5540344.977773 -93.277208
Neighborhoods: Central, Downtown West
GREAT EXPERIENCE! Went here for a bachelorette party, super fun atmosohere:)
I had breakfast on 7/13/12 with a friend who was treating me to a birthday brunch. She had made reservations for 10:00 a.m. When we arrived the place was packed! We were promptly shown to our table by the hostess and our waitress came by, introduced herself, asked for our beverage wishes and told us about the specials. Upon returning with our coffee and juice, my friend ordered the delicious special and I ordered the bison eggs benedict but with plain hollandaise sauce instead of the tangerine-jalapeño sauce that the item comes with on the menu. The meal was delicious and while crowded, the food and service explained why there was such a crowd. There was a singer with guitar on the stage which added to the overall noise, but it was good singing and I wouldn't complain about that. If it's conversation you're looking for, it can be done, but just be prepared to compete against a lot of other conversations and live music (or recorded music when the singer is taking a break)! The food was excellent, the service was excellent and the decor was fabulous.
Beautiful decor and ambiance, I love the gonzo art of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson that adorns the walls. The food is delicious, just don't go too late on a weekday or you will be told that you may only order from the appetizer menu..even though they were to be open for at least 3 more hours. Live music often, I like to come here for breakfast/brunch and for music on Wednesday nights.
Inconsistence freezing over Hells Kitchen – Loved Hell's kitchen before the move, not sure what happened. Use to go once a week for the coffee and pecan rolls alone. My last four visits; waiting 30+ minutes past the said wait time while tables sat empty and dirty, having a staff that seemed to care less and less, cold Mahnomin porridge, semi raw blacken chicken sandwich, well done rib eye that had been order rare, and shrimp that smelled as if they had turned a day prior that were sent back only to have the server never return, I just can't see spending the money.
Peanut Butter is a Must – My wife and I were in Minneapolis visiting her parents and Hell's Kitchen was located right by our hotel. My wife watches the show and insisted that we come here, however, I don't think there is any connection with the two. I really liked the restaurant right away. The atmosphere was upbeat and they were playing an old black and white movie on a big screen. My wife and I both ordered breakfast. My wife ordered the mahnomin porridge, which she really enjoyed and I ordered the bison benedict which was great. We also shared an order of the sausage bread to try with their homemade peanut butter, jam and marmalade. The bread was different but very good and peanut butter was awesome (my wife insisted on buying a jar before we left). We also shared an order of the macaroni and cheese, which was also very good. Both the food and service were great, we will definitely return.
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Hell is awesome! – Went to Hell's Kitchen for the very first time last night (July 10, 2010) to see the band Sum of All...the service was outstanding, very friendly and fast, the food was delicious! and Sum of All was kick ass! The location was easy to find and parking was easy as well, and that is saying A LOT for being downtown Minneapolis!
I look forward to going back to Hell's Kitchen!
A HELL of a night!! – First time we have been out on a "date night" in a long time and had an awesome time. All of the staff was very friendly and welcoming. Food was great, great drinks, and prompt service. Thanks Jenny for being so courteous and answering all our questions. Sum Of All was outstanding!!!! Hope they will be back in Hell's Kitchen again. Couldn't ask for a better night.
Service sucks – This place is so overrated. I have given Hell's Kitchen several chances and each time am sorely disappointed. I'll never go back- Rossi's was so much better!
great food! crappy service:( – love the place, amazing location!
too bad the service was bad, we had to wait forever for the hot chocolate, and it wasnt even busy, the restroom wast that clean either, would come back to give them another chance, just for that lil' slice of heaven!
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