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.
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.
No matter what team you’re rooting for during March Madness, one thing’s for certain: you’ll need somewhere to eat and drink during the game. Check out these five unique game day destinations if you’re looking for somewhere to cheer on your team, avoid the crowds and enjoy great grub.
Kansas City will add to its ramen repertoire when Bōru Ramen Bar opens February 22 in the former Summit Grill space. The Waldo restaurant boasts eight ramen varieties, a full service bar (with a massive sake list) and a variety of Asian-inspiried apps, salads and steamed baos. Get a first look at Bōru’s menu before they officially open!
Are you going into the New Year with grand diet plans? These five health-minded restaurants will help you keep your resolutions while proving dining out on a diet can be delicious.
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.