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Hell's Kitchen

Map & Directions 80 S. 9th St.
Minneapolis, MN 55402
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612-332-4700
  • American, Breakfast
  • Sun, Sat 7:30am-10pm, Mon-Fri 6:30am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Catering, Takeout
  • Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Online Reservations Available, Recommended, Accepted
  • Garage, Meters

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City Pages' Description

On any given Sunday, as the faithful gather at their churches to sing, praise, and pray, another kind of worshiper lines up on the stairway to Hell. "Why people would wait two hours for brunch boggles my mind," Hell's Kitchen chef/co-owner Mitch Omer says of the lines at his restaurant. "I wouldn't wait two hours to meet the pope." Omer and his fellow chef-owner, Steve Meyer, moved Hell's Kitchen into a vast, subterranean lair that was formerly the home of Rossi's steak house and jazz club and it still can barely contain the crowds. With its pajama-clad brunch staff, and gothic decor, Hell's has more personality than most downtown eateries and it might be the only place in town whose caramel rolls are worth considering selling one's soul to the devil. The lemon ricotta hotcakes are as light as angel wings and the sausage bread is not-to-be-missed. For lunch or dinner, Hell's bison burgers and walleye BLTs are preferable to the more experimental items, but overall, it's a helluva place.

 
Member Reviews

  • leah.myott1 wrote a review for Hell's Kitchen
    on 08/24/13
    2

    Seems like a great place to go with your friends on a Saturday night, but we went with a large group for brunch on a Sunday morning and the band was SOOOOO loud, I could not hear anyone else speak, even the person sitting next to me, plus we had small children who were overwhelmed by the noise. We did call in advance to ask about this and were told it would not be too loud. The... More >>

  • mnvet1011 wrote a review for Hell's Kitchen
    on 02/18/11
    4

    Loved the sea bass with pineapple salsa. The bison burgers are half pounders and others in my party raved about theirs.

  • HeatherK wrote a review for Hell's Kitchen
    on 02/16/11
    4

    Tasty bloody marys and good breakfast food. Priced better for special occasions rather than every weekend.

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  • Charles E. on 01/14/12

    It's all about the brunch. Or the live music at dinner. Or the awesome burgers. Or the fries. Or the drink selection. Oh, it's all about the artwork!

  • City Pages on 02/24/11

    Voted in 2010 by City Pages as having the best Bloody Mary. It may bethe only bloody Mary in the Twin Cities that you won’t even try to improve on—no extra shot of Tabasco or shake of pepper.

  • Kathy A. on 01/14/10

    Go to Hell's Kitchen and try their homemade peanut butter. Then resist buying a jar of the peanut butter before you did.

  • USA TODAY on 11/22/10

    Reading Lewis and Clark’s diaries gave Chef Mitch Omer the idea for mahnomin porridge: a Cree Indian dish based on native wild rice flavored with cream, hazelnuts, berries and maple syrup.

  • Kim L. on 05/29/09

    The Huevos Rancheros take the edge of a hangover.

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