How to Get Tickets to Hells Kitchen Restaurant
Hells Kitchen is one of the hottest TV show in town. Not only is it fun to watch on TV, but to actually be a guest in the restaurant is even better. Many people would love a chance to actually attend a taping of the show and get a chance to see the action up close, hear Chef Ramsey swear, and have a great meal…if you’re lucky. There is a lot of confusion about how to get tickets to Hells Kitchen Restaurant. Don’t be drawn in to ticket scams. Tickets to be on the show are only available from Fox Broadcasting or by invitation, AND, real tickets to the show cost you nothing.
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Sign up for Hells Kitchen Online
Sign up online by going to the Fox.com. Type in "Hells Kitchen" in the search and it will get you to the Hells Kitchen website. The Reservations section is at the bottom of the page. Click on "Reservations." This will take you to an email link to request tickets. Send in your name and address even if this season is already full, and no more Hell's Kitchentickets are available. They like to have names on a back-up list just in case someone cancels. You must be an LA area resident to be considered for a last minute fill-in.
Sign Up for Hells Kitchen Restaurant by Mail
Send a request for tickets though the mail to: Fox Broadcasting Company, Box 900, Beverly Hills, CA 90213, ATTN: Hells Kitchen Reservation Tickets. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope so they can return it with your tickets.
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Why do you like watching Hell's Kitchen....or other cooking shows? I am inspired by them. The chefs are so creative and are able to come up with the most amazing dishes...even when they are only given limited ingredients. My husband used to remark (when we were dating) that he was always amazed at how I could go through the pantry and fridge and come up with a meal, even when he thought there wasn't anything in there. I don't think I would ever want my own skill put the test by Gordon Ramsey, but watching the chefs on the show inspires me to stay creative and try new things. If you enjoy this kind of creative cooking, tell us about it in the comments section below.