Items include Ibis Bakery bread, Fair Share Farm kimchi, Hildebrand Dairy Farms butter and more.
On this day in 1920, the legendary pitmaster fed 1,000 Kansas Citians for free.
The restaurant offers lomo saltado, planato relleno and pabellon alongside classics like quesadillas and nachos.
The Kansas City metro has not been spared its own dramatic losses.
The cocktail-focused bar is the latest effort from entrepreneurs Jill Cockson and Jay Sanders.
Across the region, small-scale farmers, processors and butchers have proven the resiliency of a localized food system.
These markets provided critical produce, meat and pantry staples to consumers during a time of scarcity – and found creative ways to do so.
An easy way to sweeten your day.
Since 1857, City Market has been a bustling hub for commerce and trade in Kansas City. Blooming into the region’s largest farmers’ market every weekend, all year, it attracts families and friends on the hunt for fresh produce, warm baked goods, brilliant flowers and more from local growers a…
The space can only be accessed by a secret staircase.
Craving tacos in Overland Park? Fénix might just hit the spot.
The pop-up pizzeria from chef Nick Vella is serving up pies that are a fusion of multiple styles of pizza.
Moroccan chef Kawtar Ben serves up specialties from her home country.
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The proceeds from the assorted pastry boxes will go to the Urban League of Greater Kansas City.
The concept also offers traditional arcade cabinets and a live DJ on weekends.
The new wellness café offers pastries, coffee, breakfast, brunch and more.
The new business offers creative and seasonal pies.
Kimberly Vincent serves up her vegan take on soul food at festivals and local joints around KC.
This spot sells both sweet treats and savory Mediterranean dishes.
Breweries have put social distancing measures in place, and many are continuing to offer curbside pickup.
The new company offers cold-brew coffee for delivery.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, support now could mean survival for these businesses and continued employment for their workers.
The beer styles will rotate frequently, featuring sours, Saisons, IPAs and more.
The restaurant is offering internationally inspired family meals for four for carryout only.
Whatever your pickle preference, there’s a variety here for you.
It’s naturally made, low-ABV – typically between 4 and 9 percent – and sustainable.
Inspired by World Central Kitchen, Howard Hanna decided to change his restaurant practically overnight.
As Memorial Day approaches, many Kansas City restaurants are gearing up to open their dining rooms in limited capacity following brief closures due to COVID-19.
Visitors will be allowed to reserve gourmet picnics on special occasions and order from Foust’s 35-foot food truck.
As COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, continues to spread throughout the U.S., few industries are being hit quite like the restaurant industry. One of the ways many restaurants are trying to adapt is by offering expanded options for delivery, takeout and curbside pickup.
Look for lobster rolls, New England clam chowder, crab dip and fish and chips.
The new craft canteen in Olathe is offering pizza, beer and cocktails for curbside carryout.
Sales of the cookbook will support hospitality industry employees affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
A nimble operation and a team familiar with adjusting on the fly have made the mobile coffee café one of Kansas City’s coronavirus success stories.
The company sources and roasts custom, private label coffee for retailers and restaurants.
The popular City Market restaurant is offering curbside carryout.
The company is now selling keto crusts and heat-and-eat pizzas to local grocery stores.
The initial lineup includes a blonde, porter and sours.
The chocolatier wants to help educate consumers on where chocolate comes from.
The national fundraising program helps feed local hospital workers meals made by local restaurant workers.
Try the Hog Wild with tender ham and pulled pork topped with melted Provolone cheese and two strips of bacon.
The collective turns local restaurants into community kitchens to assist local non-profit agencies in feeding those in need.
The truck's selection includes gummy worms, Swedish fish, chocolates, candy Legos and more.
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The Prairie Village restaurant is offering housemade sauces, dressings and dips.
Pastry chef Abigail Jones creates baked goods that can be ordered online and delivered.
The shop is now serving pour-offers, specialty coffee drinks, breakfast burritos and more to-go.
Kansas City’s restaurant industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis. In an effort to support those that have been affected, several people have launched T-shirt fundraisers. Funds from purchasing a locally designed shirt are used to help raise money to feed or support to those who nee…
With restaurant demand down due to COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, many of Kansas City’s wholesale produce retailers are pivoting to sell to the public, offering generous mixed boxes filled with a variety of fresh, seasonal items inside.
Kansas City breweries, restaurants and bars were recently required to close for dine-in service due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but you can still stock up on some of your favorite craft beers, wine and spirits.
Several spots are offering retail prices for wines you certainly won't find in the grocery store.
Look for vegan and vegetarian biscuits and gravy, French toast, pan-fried vegetable dumplings and nachos.
With safety in mind, many are implementing new procedures for customers and farmers.
In Kansas City, local restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops and juice spots are looking for ways to give back to those first responders who are working day and night battling the coronavirus in local hospitals and medical facilities.
Each bartender will create a kit with the components for up to three custom cocktails.
The owners of Mission Taco Joint and Satchmo’s Bar & Grill worked together to get a temporary suspension of the law prohibiting those sales.
Wondering how you can support your favorite local breweries?
Look for seasonal, fresh housemade soups, salads, entrees and desserts along with market staples.
Bring a taste of Thailand home to the family.
The annual festival was slated for June 19 and 20.
Inside, you'll find chicken wings, a burnt ends sandwich and more.
The heat-and-eat meals include meatloaf and mashed potatoes, mac 'n' cheese, chicken salad and more.