Yet another "why-didn't-we-think-of-this-sooner" idea from Hell's Kitchen
Hells Kitchens first-ever Customer Appreciation Month gives back with FREE Parking, Pints, and Peanut Butter
(Minneapolis, MN) Many people consider 13 to be an unlucky number, but after 13 years in the often-brutal restaurant business, Hells Kitchen considers itself damn lucky to still be thriving. So for August, theyre holding their first ever Customer Appreciation Month as a way to give back to everyone who kept the fires of Hell burning. With the purchase of any entree, customers can get FREE Parking, Pints, and Peanut Butter as a sign of the owners' gratitude.
Its never been easier to go to Hell, with the Metro Parking Ramp elevator dropping guests straight into the beating heart of the underground restaurant. During Customer Appreciation Month, parking at the adjacent Metro Ramp is free from 4pm to close weekdays and all day on weekends. After they purchase an entree, guests will get a voucher to get their $5 back when exiting the ramp.
As for the free pints? People love that the chef/owners sourced local food way back before it became buzzworthy, so it's no surprise that Minnesota-made brews are also enjoying the spotlight during August. Customers can choose an award-winning EPA from Summit (the local boys who were light years ahead of the craft beer movement) or a Nordic Blonde from Bent Brewstillery, one of the newer punks on the block.
On their way out, customers can stop by the host stand for a free travel-sized jar of Mitchs famous house-made Peanut Butter, which put Hell's Kitchen on the map when MPR featured it over a decade ago (the owners were stunned at the unexpected frenzy and still ship their peanut butter worldwide). Customers can choose from owner and chef Mitch Omer's original Crunchy Peanut Butter, or try his newer Smooth or Banana Peanut Butter, still hand made in small batches.
For the restaurant's beloved out-of-towners, they're also offering free shipping all month long just to remind those travelers that even if they can't join the celebration in person, their hearts belong in hell.