Below is a list of the top and leading Kitchens in Minneapolis, MN. To help you find the best Kitchens located near you in Minneapolis, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Minneapolis’ Best Kitchens:
The top rated Kitchens in Minneapolis, MN are:
- Hell’s Kitchen Inc. – quirky American restaurant offering an all-day menu & frequent live music in an underground space
- Union Hmong Kitchen – has been 100% employee-owned since January 1st, 2020
- Farmers Kitchen + Bar – proud to bring the freshest, highest quality food possible directly from family farms to your plate
- World Street Kitchen – brick-and-mortar offshoot of a local food truck that makes street foods from around the world
- Dots Gray Kitchen – in-house catering, cocktails, and service by Butcher Salt
Hell’s Kitchen Inc.
Hell’s Kitchen Inc. delivers good food that is “original but not fancy, fascinating but not fussy,” as well as handmade drinks, live music, and a killer weekend brunch. Since January 1st, 2020, Hell’s Kitchen has been 100 percent employee-owned through Employee Stock Ownership Plan, which allows employees to purchase the firm from the founders using future profits rather than their own money. Dishwashers, cooks, food runners, bartenders, barbacks, servers, managers, wait assistants, hosts, pastry chefs, and expeditors are among the 41 employee-owners who are now stockholders, including over a dozen who have been there for more than a decade.
Address: 80 S 9th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402
Phone: (612) 332 4700
“Unique atmosphere and good food. We had lunch on a Saturday. I had a great Bloody Mary to start. That helped because the time between being seated and ordering was quite long. Once we ordered, things picked up again and the rest went well. I had the Ultimate BLT and enjoyed it. Overall a good experience and worth checking out.” – Brian Osweiler
Union Hmong Kitchen
Union Hmong Kitchen is a restaurant experience that focuses on Hmong culture, stories, rituals, foods, and flavors. To introduce Hmong flavors to American palates, they combine local traditions with those from back home in South and Eastern Asia. Every dish has a story to tell, and they’re excited to share theirs with you through their cuisine. Chef Yia Vang, one of seven siblings, was born in a Thai refugee camp and remained there until his family relocated to central Wisconsin. Yia, a professional chef who began his career as a dishwasher, believes that food can convey a story and that each dish has a tale to tell.
Address: 520 N 4th St Ste 4, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Phone: (612) 431 5285
“We did the Vinai Feast for six people last night at our house and it was a spectacular experience. Chef Vang delivered the meal himself, then laid out the food, told us the story of his background and why this feast is named as it is, and then explained each item of the meal. It was one of the most delicious and memorable dining experiences of my life.” – Dennis Merley
Farmers Kitchen + Bar
Farmers Kitchen + Bar is happy to serve you the freshest, highest-quality food imaginable, straight from family farms. They are a farm-to-table company. The Minnesota Farmers Union, which is entirely owned and controlled by local farmers, believes that every food produced and cultivated on Minnesota farms has a story to tell. You become a vital part of their farmer-to-table story and help support the livelihoods of family farmers across Minnesota when you dine at Farmers Kitchen + Bar.
Address: 750 S 2nd St Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55401
Phone: (612) 200 9434
“A great new spot to try out! All locally grown and produced menu items! we tried the waldorf wild rice salad, a shareable platter with cheese and crackers(!!!!) and had a few different coffee drinks (iced latte, mocha latte and maple cream cold brew!) – overall an excellent spot to try out- we will be back!! also- the presentation 10/10! unfortunately we were already a few bites in before we thought to take some pictures! soon they plan to open for full breakfast and dinner i believe as well! support this up and coming business- you’ll feel extra good knowing you are supporting all local vendors as well! 10/10” – Elizabeth Woodis
World Street Kitchen
World Street Kitchen has concrete and marquee lights, with a bustling open kitchen and sparkling steel, international street cuisine, and a taste of Uptown World Street Kitchen, the bright and entertaining invention of brothers Sameh and Saed Wadi, is a year-round neighborhood restaurant founded on the success of their WSK food truck. The restaurant delivers famous classics, specials, pastries, and cocktails in one comfortable setting, with cuisines from all over the world – from Asia to the Caribbean to the Mediterranean and everything in between.
Address: 2743 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Phone: (612) 424 8855
“Love this place for take out. The borritos, asian inspired bowls, sandwiches are all hits. I live about a couple blocks away and never leave disappointed. As a korean it is odd they charge kimchi separately but I can attest it is quite tasty and has great flavor which is tough to come by in MN at times.” – Peter Neururer
Dots Gray Kitchen
Dots Gray Kitchen is an open-concept room that stands out as a great place to organize a public event. Their contemporary and open space is ideal for a variety of activities, from sports viewing parties to curated pop-up meals to community gatherings. Dots Gray offers in-house cuisine, beverages, and Butcher Salt service. Butcher Salt takes pleasure in creating amazing food, ambiance, meetings, and celebrations, with 8 years of expertise, thousands of delighted clients, and multiple industry awards.
Address: 208 N 29th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Phone: (612) 345 7428
“I cannot say enough about Shari and Jean and their amazing place! We hosted our Rehearsal Dinner at Dots Gray and they worked with us to customize a menu and make sure everything was how we wanted it! On the day off the team crushed it and the atmosphere was AMAZING!!” – Jessica Farah
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