Jane & Michael Stern give Hell's Kitchen serious love
WSJ: If you had only $20 in your wallet, and you were absolutely starved, where would you go and why?
Mr. Stern: I'd go to Hell's Kitchen in Minneapolis. They serve three meals a day, and they are all spectacular.
Though Mr. Stern's explanation of why he chose Hell's might possibly be the only quote more boring than those sourced in post-game locker rooms, it's impressive that he'd name Hell's out of the other 499 spots recommended in the book.
Kudo's for Hell's and all, but the WSJ interview got me wondering if the Sterns' influence is waning these days, as implied by the new book's title (btw, the Sterns divorced in 2008, but remain on amicable terms). Are road trips on the way out, and along with them massive-portions of so-called "nutritionally incorrect" food? Or will this nostalgic bit of Americana be with us for the long haul?