Pimento Jamaican Kitchen Mpls

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Minnesota Nice sauce contains too much heat for me! Or maybe The Driveby Tourist is a wimp! At any rate, for those of you with a low tolerance of “heat”, they do have a spice called “Neutralizer”. Otherwise, the slow-roasted jerk pork was very good. So, yes I do recommend the Pimento Jamaican Kitchen Mpls.

Pimento Jamaican Kitchen Mpls
Pimento Jamaican Front Door

Since it’s Pimento Jamaican, gotta have an open atmosphere. I’m sure they close it in Minnesota winter! Of course, the obligatory link to the restaurant. If you are local or just visiting the Twin Cities, this one is worth a try!


Equally important, a closeup of the Pimento menu must be shown! (Sorry about the glare. I’m going to take a photography lesson soon to focus on details like that. It’s been a while since I learned a lot about the photo software.)

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More Pimento pictures

Still, this is my meal at the restaurant. I’m here mid-afternoon so not busy and the team members are very friendly. As an illustration, one of them showed me around to their bar next door that opens later in the day. Pimento also has a patio in the back with more Jamaican art and a stage for live music. Again, really do recommend this place! Also shown above is some of the Jamaican art on the walls. The front door and the Jamaican art make the restaurant look authentic.

And to bring Eat Street information together with Pimento, here is a link to the Eat Street introductory post. By the way, these Eat Street posts are short by design. I decided to write an individual post about all of the restaurants on Eat Street.

And an introductory post on Everything Twin Cities.

“Kokomo” by Beach Boys

Aruba, Jamaica, oh I want to take ya
Bermuda, Bahama, come on pretty mama
Key Largo, Montego, baby why don’t we go, Jamaica

Off the Florida Keys, there’s a place called Kokomo
That’s where you want to go to get away from it all
Bodies in the sand, tropical drink melting in your hand
We’ll be falling in love to the rhythm of a steel drum band
Down in Kokomo

Songwriters: Michael Edward Love / Terry Melcher / Scott Mckenzie / John Phillips

See, I found Jamaica in a rock song!
Or maybe I should use a Reggae song…
…for the Pimento Jamaican Kitchen Mpls…

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  1. Beverly Blinde

    Sounds delicious! And nice to have tropics in Minnesota!

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