The restaurant comes from chef Kozeta Kreka, who also owns and operates Cozy’s Cafe.
Participating restaurants will prepare food for carryout, delivery or dine-in service.
The new shop comes from industry vets Richard Garcia and Jamie Zoeller.
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.
The upscale cocktail lounge and restaurant recently opened inside the Power & Light District.
It's one of chef-owner Nutnisa Hoffman's personal favorites.
It offers an organized way for diners to visit 47 local taquerias.
The shop offers an extensive selection of cheeses alongside housemade sandwiches, burgers, charcuterie platters and more.
The egg soufflé sandwich features a melted piece of Gruyère cheese with crispy edges tucked inside a traditional Swiss Sunday favorite, Zopf rolls.
A love of cocktails impelled Cheryl Bisbee, a longtime lawyer, to create her own line of all-natural syrups.
Marissa and Mark Gencarelli of Yoli Tortilleria wanted great corn and Sonoran-style flour tortillas in Kansas City – so they started making their own.
Look for classics like lasagna, tortellini, chicken Parmesan and more.
It's thanks to a new effort from Curbside Notary.
This sandwich is, you guessed it, piled high with smoked pastrami.
The chef behind the popular pizza concept tragically passed away last month.
The menu stems from chef Eli Neal's own Midwestern upbringing.
The brewery usually offers the largest Oktoberfest celebration in Kansas City.
The menu includes fresh veggie rolls, hummus, signature salads and grain bowls.
The acclaimed chef plans to open a natural wine bar and diner at City Club Apartments next year.
The BLT taco will support Forward Through Ferguson and Urban League of Greater Kansas City.
Arrowhead Stadium will once again light the lights as the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs prepare to play the Houston Texans at 7:20pm on Thu., Sept. 10 in the first game of the NFL season. With limited tickets available for the game due to COVID-19 (selling for sky-high prices) many …
The portable feasts are made to order.
Look for traditional mezze, fresh and oven-roasted vegetables and roasted meats.
The shop offers chevre and flavored cheeses, sweet and savory cheesecakes, goat’s milk yogurt and the dairy's signature cajeta sauce.
In addition to his popular rum cakes, he's offering premium pastas, infused vinegars, fresh produce and more.
You can drop by for a DIY ceramics session or grab a Key lime pie milkshake.
The concept originally launched inside Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room.
It includes your choice of sandwich, side and a slice of gooey butter cake.
Kansas Citians, particularly those on the east side of the city, have quite a few new options to visit this month.
Thanks to the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council, which approved a new set of ordinances in May, local restaurants are now able to expand their seating into adjoining parking lots, onto sidewalks or to even build custom parklets to create additional outdoor seating through the end of this year.
The new concept comes from Bryan Arri, who has worked at Manifesto, Rye and The Monarch.
When COVID-19 hit, the food industry changed overnight. Those affected got creative.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the region, they used their expertise for a greater purpose.
They contain all the ingredients (and sometimes the tools) you need to make a round of drinks at home.
It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention, and this summer, Missouri’s food and drink industries proved the old adage true. As bars and restaurants across the region were forced to rethink their operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many responded swiftly, in downright creative ways.
We are actively working to further hone our platform, bringing ever more voices and perspectives to the table.
Get it with jambalaya, étouffée and red beans and rice.
You can grab mile-high biscuits, New York-style pizza, soft-serve ice cream and cocktails, all under one roof.
Look for pretzels, Korean beef lettuce wrap and beer-braised chicken street tacos.
This weekend, two new businesses will open their doors in Grandview, Missouri.
The barrel-aged whiskey has notes of caramel, banana bread and allspice.
This will be the first store outside of the St. Louis area.
Local chefs Michael Corvino and Michael Gallina were finalists in the Best Chef: Midwest category.
Options range from raspberry babka to rosemary and garlic four-strand challah.
The restaurant recently reopened for carryout and patio seating.
Look for flavors like Strawberry Crunch, Oreo, Maple Bacon, Peach Cobbler and Key Lime.
Chef Rachel Rinas has joined the team at Michael Foust's popular restaurant.
The new brewery is offering seating inside as well as to-go sales.
The new concept is operating a ghost kitchen inside the popular seafood restaurant.
This spring, the popular winery released new lightly carbonated wine coolers.
The popular restaurant has reopened for carryout.
Diners are invited to order carryout from one of the participating restaurants.
Think beef cheek bourguignon with onion butter mashed potatoes, honey-glazed carrots and peach cobbler.
Kansas Citians have a surprising amount of new food and drink to sample across the metro, but a few favorites closed their doors for good.
The frozen Daiquiris at KC Daiquiri Shop come in all sorts of fun flavors.
Their products are a far cry from the cloying beverage of yesteryear.
It's a refreshing, low-ABV, low-sugar drink.
Look for local beers, wines and spirits alongside cheeses, cured meats and more.
From orchard to glass, Of The Earth Farm + Distillery takes care in creating the fruits of their labor.
He's the chairman and CEO of St. James Winery as well as the chairman of the Missouri Wine & Grape Board.
It must be be mashed, fermented, distilled, aged and bottled in the state, aged in charred white oak barrels that have been grown and manufactured in Missouri and made with corn grown in the state.
To-go cocktails are an easy way for local establishments to boost their bottom line – and provide customers with some superior sips.
The company makes it easy for Kansas City-area businesses to reduce their landfill contributions.
Breweries across the country – including several in St. Louis and Kansas City – are joining the Black is Beautiful initiative.