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Dinner at Hell’s Kitchen in Minneapolis, MN

With no association to the Hell’s Kitchen show on television, this red and black hell-themed restaurant welcomes guests with a mix of ghoul and goth; knives and assorted cutlery lead you down the stairs (appropriately) into hell, or the restaurant’s interpretation of it. Chandeliers with hanging spoons and forks, vased branches lined with black crows, black sheer curtains, black leather wingback chairs, thought provoking dark images along the walls were just some of the things that went into building up the hellish theme. The food is far from hellish however. For a pre-dinner teaser, the group I went to dinner with sampled Hell’s Kitchen’s homemade peanut butter and marmalades. When it came time to order dinner, a friend and I split the baked penne dish and the huevos rancheros. The baked penne dish comes with your choice of vegetable or meats. We chose the shrimp. Tasty and cheesy. Good for a cool rainy evening’s meal. Also good all the time is breakfast foods which is served all day at Hell’s Kitchen! Wonderful for breakfast lovers such as myself. This dish of eggs, beans, cheese, tomato sauce, and potato hash is beautifully layered and served on top of a flaky and crunchy tortilla shell. This is their signature breakfast dish and it is worth ordering! Unfortunately, I’m sad to report that there was no more room in me for dessert so can’t speak to their desserts.

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