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Hell's Kitchen

612-332-4700  •  $$
ADDRESS: 80 S Ninth St , Minneapolis, MN 55402

CUISINE: American Traditional, Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers, Fish and Chips, Ribs, Sandwiches

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Entertainment

DETAILS
Besides boasting one of the area's best breakfast and brunch menus, Hell's Kitchen executive chef-owner Mitch Omer features dinner options that have included walleye fish and chips, baby back ribs and lobster tacos.
Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving breakfast and lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Sat-Sun brunch 7:30 am-3 pm.

"Chef Mitch Omer layers homegrown Minnesota wild rice with hazelnuts, cranberries and blueberries and douses it all in a mixture of maple syrup and cream. Then there are the epic quarter-pound pecan-caramel rolls swimming in a rich glaze. Even the spicy slap of the house-made maple-glazed bison sausage easily trumps the conventional links we've come to expect. With this unique breakfast fare, it's not surprising that the road to Hell is paved with long waits."

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Besides boasting one of the area's best breakfast and brunch menus, Hell's Kitchen executive chef-owner Mitch Omer features dinner options that have included walleye fish and chips, baby back ribs and lobster tacos.
 

"Chef Mitch Omer layers homegrown Minnesota wild rice with hazelnuts, cranberries and blueberries and douses it all in a mixture of maple syrup and cream. Then there are the epic quarter-pound pecan-caramel rolls swimming in a rich glaze. Even the spicy slap of the house-made maple-glazed bison sausage easily trumps the conventional links we've come to expect. With this unique breakfast fare, it's not surprising that the road to Hell is paved with long waits."

- City Pages
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Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving breakfast and lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Sat-Sun brunch 7:30 am-3 pm.

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