Hell's Kitchen Minneapolis
In the heart of downtown Minneapolis, appropriately located in a beautiful underground space, you"ll discover Hell's Kitchen, a chef-owned restaurant known for its damn good food. Join us for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks 7 days a week, and enjoy REAL food, not fancy contraptions...described by food writers as "unique but not fancy; interesting but not fussy". Almost everything is made from scratch, from our award-winning peanut butter to even housemade ketchup...winning us over 67 "best" awards as well as accolades in Gourmet Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Midwest Living and other national magazines. And bring the kids along...you should see the cheeky notes they write to us!
"Rather than rave on, let us just say if you're in Minnesota and want to wow your tastebuds, go to Hell's Kitchen. It is inspired and inspiring." (Jane & Michael Stern, NPR)
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Haven't been here a awhile. Was very underwhelmed by the food, the price was high. Felt like I could have gotten way better brunch somewhere else a lot cheaper.
Reservations were handled well we got there early and was promptly seated. Good service. Food came quickly.
Great place, awesome bloody mary bar! Will be going back for sure!
I live 3 hours away, but will be visiting again for sure!
This was our first time trying Hell's Kitchen. I had placed a reservation so we didn't have to wait, which was great. We were seated next to people that had a crying child... so we definately didn't have a peaceful meal. My lemon pancakes were good, but he forgot the syrup and then I had asked for a refill and was almost through with my meal when I received it. Just the little things, but they all add up.
Great food and music by Bernie King and the Guilty Pleasures!!
Visiting from Michigan. The food and entertainment were great. Our visit to your restaurant along with a Redwing game topped off our weekend getaway🙂
Absolutely delightful. I really appreciate Hell's Kitchen. It took awhile to get used to the larger location. I do miss the old tiny space but I'm getting to love the newer location too.
I enjoy the Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar. I was a little frustrated with the young man working the bloody bar. There were 4 people ahead of me It took him eight minutes to put whatever they wanted on the rim of the glasses. When it was finally my turn be wanted to do mine in a group with folks behind me. I told him to please do mine so I can get back to my table. He tried to do it in a group still. The line continued to grow. I insisted then he finally did mine alone. By the time I got back to the table my meal was waiting for me. How frustrating.
A very fun place to have Saturday brunch. We enjoyed bringing out out-of-town guests to this unique restaurant where we enjoyed good food, service and music.
It was our first time in Minneapolis and first time at Hells kitchen. We had no issues at all. We were excepted 15 minutes ahead of our reservation our waiter probably took care of us for drinks and took care of our order for hors d’oeuvres and food
Huge private party in the large dining area, so when we arrived for our reservations, we were sat in the small restaurant on the side .This was a huge bummer to us as we had friends visiting from out of state and told them how cool the restaurant décor and live music is- only to experience neither. Since the smaller dining room was packed it was super loud which made it hard for us to chat/talk with our server. I ordered a breakfast dish for dinner and it was great- as expected, our two guests ordered burgers and they were underwhelming. The juicy lucy cheese in the middle was only lukewarm at best and therefore made the burger a bit cooler than expected. Our server was great and recommended some great seasonal brews. We will definitely be back as we are huge fans of this place, but just did not have a good experience this last time- which made it our guests' least favorite meal of the weekend in comparison to other places we went. Would have loved to have heard there was a private party ahead of time so we could have maybe picked a different time or day to dine in.
Went for breakfast, love the lemon ricotta pancakes.
Great ham & pear sandwich with really crispy tater tots.
Excellent for diners with celiac disease.
Food overall was fantastic, I am celiac and they have a separate fryer for gluten free options. They also have gluten free buns. The food was all outstanding.. my only dissapointment was my bison Benedict was so cold when I got it!
We had a great birthday brunch at Hell's Kitchen. The server was friendly and attentive. The variety of food satisfied everyone in our party. And we enjoyed the jazz trio that was performing. It was a little noisy but we could still converse.
Historically I have had excellent food and service. This occasion the waiter clearly did not want to be there that day. He did not check on how our food was once served . My huevous rancheros was delicious but frankly room temperature. Another plate of eggs Benedict was about the same. That was disappointing but overall a good experience. Servers should be friendly and a bit out going in my mind.
Food was yummy as always. My second time. I had the nearly classic eggs Benedict and the hollandaise was nice and fluffy. I did the bison Benedict last time and was yummy. Both are my favorites. I did the Bloody Mary bar and love all the options. Only one recommendation is add shrimp cocktail as an option.
My boyfriend did the lemon ricotta like last time and had the mimosa bar. He got a free signature cocktail for his bday. Don’t forget to mention it’s a bday. Can’t deny yourself a free cocktail. I will definitely come back maybe for lunch time
I’ve always enjoyed this place. Authentic. Had a neat local proud Minneapolis character to it. Unique food items that use ingredients that are local to Minnesota. Affordable beers. Neat “random” cocktail options (or hey choose from the menu). I’ll continue to go there!
We were 1 of 3 groups waiting for a table. After about 25 minutes I walked around the restaurant and there was literally 15 open tables. We waited until exactly 8:00pm and were seated. The host acted like a real diva. By 8:30 we still hadn’t ordered. Cheese curds and ribs were good but the rest of the food was gross. Mixed greens were soggy. Cheese pear sandwich was cold. Even the Bloody Mary was bad. They had a band playing which was nice. Our server was nice enough but we won’t be back for dinner.
Great brunch place. Not so great for dinner. Food options are not so great. But you can have breakfast all day.
Great place to have lunch before we went to Orchestra Hall. The food was delicious!
Our food was delicious! We had the lemon ricotta hot cakes, as well as the Ruben with gluten free bread! Our only complaint was the noise level. We were seated very close to the live music and had to yell to hear each other, which got old.
The decor was a lot of fun. The service was generic. The food was fine. I don’t think I’d go back but it was fun for a one-time experience.
The prices were too high. The food quality was average, nothing special. Would not go back based on experience today. Expectations completely shattered once we received our Eggs Benedict with a completely hard yolk and over cooked bison. For a $14.95 price tag you think they would be able to serve a decent Eggs Benedict. When brought to the attention of our server, the remedy was to bring another egg which meant the rest of your food would get cold by the time they brought another egg or we could get something off the bill. The something off the bill amounted to $3 and some change off a $68 bill. The only food I enjoyed eating was the sausage bread. Everything else fell short. The Bloody Mary had too much salt in it. And $14.95 for a nothing special BLT sandwich is ridiculous.
Great food, great atmosphere. Definitely a favorite.
Our Server was spectacular, above and beyond superb! Food was fantastic as usual. LOVE to hear Nikki and the Ruemates here!
It was a very fun place to eat! The deviled eggs are amazing!!! And the cheese curds too!!
Good food and atmosphere. A little pricey, as many things on the menu had add-ons.
I’ve always admired Hell’s Kitchen. It takes itself very seriously while not taking itself too seriously. The commitment to staff and to maintaining a vibrant, exciting ambiance is second to none.
Fun place for dinner on New Years Eve prior to Orchestra Hall. The spicy burger was excellent without being too spicy.
Love this place! The staff is the best; great food at a very reasonable price.
Awesome food, great service and good drinks. I wouldn’t recommend sitting close to the stage unless you’re there for the band. Couldn’t hear my wife talking at all.
Food was ok but not as good as I had expected, server was ok but more on the grumpy side. He did check on us enough and said thank you. I wouldn't recommend going there to friends but it isn't horrible either.
Every New Year’s Eve, my kids and I go to Hell’s Kitchen for a year-end get-together. Even though they’re adults now, with their own busy lives, we pick a time that day we can all go. It’s always a great experience.
We brought our out of town relatives here for brunch and they LOVED it!
Awesome service. The lemon ricotta pancakes with fresh berries are to die for. I have to have them every time I come to Minneapolis.
Great dining experience. Lemon ricotta hot cakes were great! Bartenders choice was good too. All alcohol! I would recommend Hell’s Kitchen!
Best grilled cheese I’ve ever had!