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Pimento Jamaican Kitchen in Burnsville has closed

No more jerk for Burnsville.

No more jerk for Burnsville. Photo courtesy of Pimento Facebook Page

The restaurant that brought hot and soulful Jamaican cooking to a Burnsville food court has closed.

Tomme Beevas and Yoni Reinharz opened Pimento Jamaican Kitchen after winning a battle on Food Court Wars.

They then went on to open a wildly popular second location on Minneapolis’ Nicollet Avenue. According to the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal, the partners will keep their Eat Street location open and are hoping to relocate the Burnsville restaurant, and will possibly open a third location as well.

The two have always considered the original Pimento as a jumping off point, and plan to expand the brand nationwide. Beevas and Reinharz were not immediately available for comment.

2524 Nicollet Ave. S., Minneapolis
612-345-5637
pimentokitchen.com