Coffee and Donuts

Get your coffee and donut fix this weekend in Kansas City.

Celebrate your Irish heritage, stock up on Hatch chiles or head to Kansas City's first coffee and donut festival.

Friday

Cocktails, Constellations & Charcuterie

"Explore the stars and planets and enjoy a cocktail class with farm-to-cocktail inspired, Till Vodka, made from 100% Kansas wheat. Taste and learn with our spirited expert, Cheryl Bisbee of KC-based Boozy Botanicals, and nibble on a stellar selection of custom charcuterie prepared by The Local Pig. KC Skyentist Patrick Hess will complete this great date-night with a guided viewing of the stars. This spectacular event takes place in the Missouri Barn in the Heartland Harvest Garden at Powell Gardens (1609 N.W. U.S. Highway 50 | Kingsville, MO 64061)." From 8 to 10pm. Tickets are $45, available here.

2018 Kansas City Irish Fest

"You are invited to the biggest Irish party in KC. Enjoy 30+ bands on seven stages, heritage workshops and displays, comedy, genealogy, a massive children's area, whiskey tastings, art, and so much more! Invite all your friends to celebrate Celtic Pride in Cowtown with you at Kansas City Irish Fest!" Friday from 5 to 11pm, Saturday from 11am to 11pm and Sunday from 11am to 11pm. Tickets start at $7, available here.

Saturday

Port Fonda's 3rd Annual Hatch Chile Festival

"Outdoor bar featuring full-service outdoor seating for guests, ice cold canned beers, multiple margaritas, fire roasted fresh Hatch chiles and hatch chile food and drink specials. Featured drinks will include a hatch chile Margarita, Hatch chile Bloody Maria verde, Hatch chile vodka lemonades and Hatch chile verde Micheladas. Fresh fire-roasted to order Hatch chiles will be available to go." From 9am to 1am.

Coffee & Donut Festival

"Enjoy all things coffee and donuts! The sweetest festival where all the fried, sugary dough perfections meet the smoothly roasted brews. Tons of fun, coffee/donut vendors, and lots of entertainment guaranteed for a day to remember. Activities like; Jelly Donut Wrestling, Donuts of Glory, Donut Queen Talent Contest, Donut Eating Contest, Donut Games & more! Make sure to check out the "Best Coffee" & "Best Donut" of 2018 competition with a panel of judges who will award the winners. Want to have your say? Cast your vote for your favorite coffee/donut vendor to win the 2018 "People's Choice Award" the day of the festival." From 8am to 3pm. Tickets start at $17.50, available here.

Sunday

DOGA at Bar K

"Jesse Shroyer of MyYogaKC (and her dog Rosa) will lead us in a dog friendly, forty-five-minute yoga class. This has quickly become one of our favorite events, it's great for the body and soul. The cost is $15 per person for Bar K guests (your dog gets in free!) and $10 for Bar K Members. You can pay at the door. Your admission includes one free cool-down drink after class! And of course you and your pup are welcome to come early or stay late to hang out and play in our 2-acre dog park." From 10 to 10:45am.

Irish Breakfast with Restless Spirits

"They may not brake for goats, but they do brake for hogs. Come get ready for and celebrate KC Irish Fest with Restless Spirits Kansas City's only local Irish Whisky at Hogshead KC." Dishes and drinks include Irish breakfast with Broadway Butcher sausage, Irish nitro cold-brew coffee, Irish gin fizz, Duffy's Run Bloody Mary and more." From 10am to 2pm.

Sour Sunday at HopCat

"Sunday Funday is much better with a great sour beer. That is why we are tapping a few of our favorites from near and far. Whether you are upstairs on in Cabana Bar or downstairs in the A/C, a thirst quenching sour is all you need to prolong the weekend." All day.

Modern Man Supply Co. x Julep KC

"There area several reasons that this Modern Man Supply Co. pop-up event is shaping up to be a very special one. First, Julep KC was the host of the very first Modern Man Supply Co. pop-up event. As we all know, it is always nice to come home. Second, due to circumstances out of their control, Julep KC has been hit with some hardships over the past week. Plumbing issues within the building caused a literal flood within Julep. The flooding has not only forced the owners to make renovations, including removal of their wood flooring, but it has caused them to have to close the doors for business, over several days. Julep is a privately run small business. Events like this affect the ownership of a small business and the fantastic staff that work there." From 3 to 6pm.

Monday

Patio Party at Novel

This Labor Day, head to Novel for the restaurant's second-annual patio party. The event features bottomless wine, beer and cocktails, plus an all-you-can-eat menu. This year's menu includes oysters on the half shell, salt and pepper spare ribs, beef sausage, fried chicken wings with bacon-buttermilk dressing, potato salad with fermented black bean aioli, heirloom tomato salad, cucumber salad, nacho cheese dip, chocolate brownie cookies and lemon bars. From 1 to 5pm, tickets available here.