We’ve all been here before: Guests are coming to town and you’re in charge of choosing the perfect restaurants. Being the knowledgeable Kansas Citian that you are, your food line-up is expected to impress your guests and put your city in a positive light. But your in-law’s tastes might not be the same for your old college roommate. No matter who’s visiting, here’s a guide to the best Kansas City restaurants for every kind of guest.
Visiting Charleston, South Carolina should come with a warning label: you won’t want to leave. There are so many facets to this charming city – centuries-old architecture, picturesque gardens, craft eateries and beautiful beaches. My four days there barely scratched the surface of Charleston’s offerings (although I left plenty of empty oyster shells in my wake). So my advice to you: plan on making a repeat trip.
Here are some places I visited and loved…
Nowadays, “going for coffee” means so much more than grabbing a quick cup of joe. Coffee shops have become a destination to mingle, study, work and, yes, especially Instagram. From cozy cafes to trendy newcomers, here’s a list of Kansas City’s best coffee hangouts.
Love good food and a great deal? Start making reservations now for the first annual Wine & Dine Week at Park Place, July 31 – August 6. The event features nine Park Place restaurants – from fine dining to casual fare – with prix fix food deals for lunch ($15) and dinner ($30). Here’s a sneak peek of some of my favorite Wine & Dine Week dinner menu items.
Nothing fuels a Fourth of July celebration like barbecue. If you’re searching for a simple and delicious addition to your holiday spread, try this recipe for BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos with Head Country Bar-B-Q Sauce. Best of all, enter to win a barbecue gift basket filled with Head Country sauces, spices and swag.