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BEST BLOODY MARY Minneapolis 2010 - Hell's Kitchen

Hell\'s Kitchen

Hell's Kitchen

80 S. 9th St.

Minneapolis, MN 55402


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You wake up at 11 a.m. You're in your bed but have no recollection of how you got home. Your memory of the night before is hazy at best—a mess of scenes and sound bites with no sense of context or a timeline. Archived text messages suggest you agitated relationships with people you have not seen or heard from in years. You need something to curb the morning remorse and silence the incessant buzzing audible only to you. Our suggestion: Hobble over to Hell's Kitchen and order a tall glass of bloody Mary. Hell's Kitchen makes its bloodies strong enough to cure what ails you and with the best mix in town, so your stomach won't even realize you're priming it with the same poisons that got you into this position. It may be the only bloody Mary in the Twin Cities that you won't even try to improve on—no extra shot of Tabasco or shake of pepper. The spicy celery salt on the rim and the thick tomato base will suit you just fine. You're going to be hard-pressed to find a classier morning drink. How many other bars give you a skewered shrimp with your bloody Mary? It's such a pretty drink you'll probably forget you're getting drunk before noon.

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As a bartender at Hell's Kitchen, my apologies for you getting a shrimp in a cocktail you asked for there to not be seafood in. I wonder, however, when the last time you had a bloody mary at Hell's Kitchen was though because, we haven't made them with beer since we moved into our new location on 9th (almost 2 years ago). All of our bloodys are now made with house-infused chipotle pepper/orange infused Finlandia vodka. I highly suggest you come see me in the pub some Saturday morning and I will delight your taste buds with 1 of these wonderful libations and make sure that we forgo the allergic reaction.


This might be the best bloodymary, unless you have a shellfish alergie and you have a server who does not understand why you can't have shrimp in a coctail, and why you need a comlete new one, and that is why you said when you ordered it no shrimp (lightly touch servers are, and look into eyes) nooooo shrimp. And sucks for you if you actualy want vodka in it, and not beer, that was chosen purely on the bottle artwork, that beer is dreedful.


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