You’ve got your family gift exchange, office Secret Santa and stockings to fill – and a December deadline fast approaching. But don’t panic: shopping is a breeze when you hit up Parkville for the holidays. Check out these five shops that sell something for every wish list. Plus, enter to win a Parkville shopping spree at the end of this post!
The holiday countdown is on! If you’re looking to knock out your wish lists in one convenient stop, Parkville is your place. Its downtown makes for an easily walkable experience, along with free parking and, of course, plenty of small town charm. Whether you’re buying for your boss or bestie, here are five shops that offer something for everyone.
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.
If you’re looking for some fresh food options and a change of scenery, make Downtown Parkville your next dining destination. In addition to its quaint, small town-esque setting, the area is home to dozens of delightful restaurants, a cafe and wine boutique. What’s more, you can get a free taste of Parkville by entering my Parkville Dining Package giveaway at the end of this post.