Hells Kitchen Reservations

Hells Kitchen Reservations

What are premium access reservations?We teamed up with popular restaurants to save you a spot when the house is filled. Redeem OpenTable Dining Points for in-demand tables, set aside for you.How can I earn points?You can earn points when you book and dine using the OpenTable app or OpenTable.com. Standard qualifying reservations are worth 100 points, and specially marked reservations are worth up to 1,000 points–10x the regular amount of points!What can I get with points?Points are redeemable for Premium Access reservations at select restaurants, Dining Reward Gifts or Amazon gift cards.
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

You can earn points when you book and dine using the OpenTable app or OpenTable.com. Standard qualifying reservations are worth 100 points, and specially marked reservations are worth up to 1,000 points–10x the regular amount of points!
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

How can I earn points?You can earn points when you book and dine using the OpenTable app or OpenTable.com. Standard qualifying reservations are worth 100 points, and specially marked reservations are worth up to 1,000 points–10x the regular amount of points!
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

Send an e-mail. While the official Hell’s Kitchen e-mail address is provided online for casting inquiries, you can also use it to inquire about ticket reservations. Send an e-mail to: hellskitchen@theconlincompany.com Within the body of the message, express your interest in reserving tickets. Provide your full name, the number of tickets you would like to request, your phone number, and your mailing address. Also ask for additional information regarding ticket requests. You might be instructed to pass your request onto another source.
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

Wait. Chances are, reservations for the next season or two of Hell’s Kitchen are already booked up. If you are patient enough to wait several seasons, though, you might be lucky enough to get a spot sometime in the future. Additionally, there is some chance that a guest will cancel, creating an unexpected opening as a result. When this happens, producers turn to their back-up list of reservation requests. Your name could be selected as a last minute fill-in, especially if you live in the Los Angeles area, around the location of the show’s filming.
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

Reserve by Phone We take reservations for lunch, brunch and dinner. To make a reservation, please call us at 920-4770 between 11am-8pm, Monday to Sunday. We do not book the bar area, and leave some seats for walk-in guests to ensure that we always offer some seats for those who have not booked. If you do not see availability for your desired time, feel free to come on down, and check with our host.

Hells Kitchen Reservations

If you love watching Hell’s Kitchen, you might love the idea of eating there during a filming. There is no actual restaurant to eat at, but you can eat on set if you obtain tickets. This wikiHow will show you how to eat at Hell’s Kitchen.
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Hells Kitchen Reservations

I'll just admit: Hell's Kitchen is my favorite restaurant in the Twin Cities. The food is amazing, the atmosphere is fun. On this occasion, we went to celebrate their 15th anniversary. I've been going to Hell's Kitchen pretty much from the beginning (since they were at their original location) and I'll keep going back.
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Know what to expect. Hell’s Kitchen is not an actual restaurant. The kitchen and dining room are on a soundstage, so your dining experience will not be anything like what you might expect at a real eating establishment. Even after you obtain tickets, there is no guarantee that you will actually be able to eat anything there, and you will be asked to sign a form signifying your understanding of that. Service will be slow, even if you do eat. Expect the visit to take at least three hours. As you wait, however, you will be given free alcohol and bread. Most people who have visited the set of the show report that the food is decent, but not fantastic. If you still want to go, do so for the entertainment experience and not for the sake of a great meal.
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Only one award-winning restaurant celebrates and shows off Minnesota —the true star of the North— in a way your guests will remember long after they’ve gone back home. For any gathering up to 450 guests, consider Hell’s Kitchen, a one-of-a-kind, locally owned, fiercely independent restaurant.

Shell's Kitchen is a very high energy restaurant with lots of activity on the bar side. Food and service both very good. They make their own peanut butter and ketchup. The PB has become an addiction for everyone in my family, we order it with breakfast, lunch or dinner. If we run out of toast for transporting to our mouths, a spoon works just as well. Never had a bad meal, service is friendly and attentive.
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Beware of scams. Tickets can only be obtained through Fox Broadcasting or by a direct invitation from someone connected to the show. Many second party websites claim that they can obtain tickets to Hell’s Kitchen and other reality TV shows, but more often than not, these websites are scams. As hard as it might be to believe, real tickets to the show should cost you nothing. If a second party website wants your credit card information or other financial data, that website should not be trusted.

My server was top notch with great working knowledge of what was on the menu and what was coming up for the day as specials. I thought the food was epic, even for Hell's Kitchen standards. Walleye hash with mushroom sauce sounds crazy, but trust me, it was extremely tasty yet not heavy. There was enough room to get fresh fruit, which was cut perfectly and left no room to waste (red grapes, blueberries, strawberries, honeydew, cantaloupe and pineapple). All of that and great coffee for $16? A true bargain if there ever was one in this day and age. Again, the food taste was only eclipsed by my friendly wait service, cashier and folks helping me with Mother's Day gifts. Please open in Sioux Falls. Sincerely, the great State of South Dakota.
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Private DiningOnly one award-winning restaurant celebrates and shows off Minnesota —the true star of the North— in a way your guests will remember long after they’ve gone back home. For any gathering up to 450 guests, consider Hell’s Kitchen, a one-of-a-kind, locally owned, fiercely independent restaurant.View Private Dining Details
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Private DiningOnly one award-winning restaurant celebrates and shows off Minnesota —the true star of the North— in a way your guests will remember long after they’ve gone back home. For any gathering up to 450 guests, consider Hell’s Kitchen, a one-of-a-kind, locally owned, fiercely independent restaurant.
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CWOOD (Minneapolis)·Dined 7 days agoShell's Kitchen is a very high energy restaurant with lots of activity on the bar side. Food and service both very good. They make their own peanut butter and ketchup. The PB has become an addiction for everyone in my family, we order it with breakfast, lunch or dinner. If we run out of toast for transporting to our mouths, a spoon works just as well. Never had a bad meal, service is friendly and attentive.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood5ambience5service5
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CWOOD (Minneapolis)·Dined 7 days agoShell's Kitchen is a very high energy restaurant with lots of activity on the bar side. Food and service both very good. They make their own peanut butter and ketchup. The PB has become an addiction for everyone in my family, we order it with breakfast, lunch or dinner. If we run out of toast for transporting to our mouths, a spoon works just as well. Never had a bad meal, service is friendly and attentive.Was this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report
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CWOOD (Minneapolis)·Dined 7 days agoShell's Kitchen is a very high energy restaurant with lots of activity on the bar side. Food and service both very good. They make their own peanut butter and ketchup. The PB has become an addiction for everyone in my family, we order it with breakfast, lunch or dinner. If we run out of toast for transporting to our mouths, a spoon works just as well. Never had a bad meal, service is friendly and attentive.
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OpenTable Diner (Minneapolis)·Dined on May 6, 2017This is the second time we had been to Hell's Kitchen for a special occasion. First time was Mother's Day a few years ago. We really like the food but the ambiance is challenging. The music can be really loud at times at it makes conversing difficult at best. And then the music stops people are literally screaming because that's what they did when the music was on. So all in all, not the greatest place for a special event or quiet date. But the brunch menu is amazing and the bloody Mary and mimosa bars are great.Tags: Fun, Great for BrunchWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood3ambience1service2value2