Stock Hill Comes to the South Country Club Plaza

Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
Steak, oysters and craft cocktails are just some of what’s being served at Kansas City’s newest steakhouse, Stock Hill. The 14,000-foot eatery opens December 1st in the former Board of Trade building at 4800 Main St. Get a first look at Stock Hill’s elegant space before they officially open to the public.

Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
Branded as a “classic steakhouse for the new generation,” Stock Hill offers refined dining with a Midwestern spin.

Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
The cocktail lounge boasts emerald tufted couches adjoining a marble and copper accented bar area. Look up, and chandeliers hang from the 24-foot ceilings. Up the stairs, a second floor offers a balcony dining room and views of the lounge.

Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
Just looking at the bar is guaranteed to make you want a drink. Thankfully, Stock HIll’s menu has several solid options – from signature cocktails, to traditional sips, local brews and wine. I suggest ordering off the Signature Cocktail menu, which includes six unique drink offerings. The Loose Park Swizzle ($12, pictured) is quite the stunner – its layered look coming from a combination of gin, honey, apple, mint, lemon and bitters. Other cocktails include the Kansas City Steakhouse Punch ($12) made with local J. Rieger Whiskey, Chinato and tea, and the Smoking Hill ($12) that comes with hickory smoked ice.

Stock Hill Steakhouse in Kansas City
Ordering steak at a steakhouse would be the obvious (and good) choice. And you can’t go wrong with Stock Hill’s selection – all sourced from local ranches in the Midwest. Steaks are separated on the menu by Prime Wet Aged, Signature Dry Aged, Wagyu and Filet Mignon and range from $32-$68.

Stock Hill’s non-beef options are not to missed. A standout on the lunch menu is the Alaskan King Crab Roll ($19) seasoned simply with Old Bay and topped with peppadew pepper relish and a pickle. Accompaniments include homemade chips and fregola pasta salad, but I strongly suggest ordering the Triple Cooked French Fries ($10) – they’re totally worth the extra carbs and calories (and that savory crunch…there’s nothing like it!)

For dessert, the Meyer Lemon Tart ($10), served with hibiscus jam and crème fraiche ice cream, should not be missed.

Be sure to check out Stock Hill when they open to the public at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, December 1.

Stock Hill 
4800 Main st.
Kansas City, MO
Open daily for lunch and dinner service, 11:30 a.m. to midnight.

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