Don't be scared off by the name—lots of delicious dishes are cooking up in Hell's Kitchen. The gang culture that once gave the neighborhood its name has subsided to make way for a new, hip culinary vibe adjacent to Times Square. Tourists and theater crowds keep Hell's Kitchen restaurants jumping. Let us help you find your way past the tourist traps and into the best New York dining in Hell's Kitchen.
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