Not that there’s anything wrong with a Jucy Lucy inside-out cheeseburger at Matt’s Bar or a silver butterknife steak at Murray’s, but when we think of Minneapolis, we think of breakfast. It is one of the nation’s great breakfast cities, from the tiny old-time Dinkytown diner called Al’s to the overwhelmingly creative Hell’s Kitchen. For donuts, there’s nowhere better than Glam Doll; for the best from-scratch cafe classics, check out Johnson’s Bacon and Egg Cafe; and if you’ve got a hankering for pastrami hash (you should!), visit Be’wiched.
One of America's best restaurants, Minneapolis' Hell's Kitchen does everything better, from house peanut butter to Mahnomin porridge. Breakfast, lunch & dinner.