The elderberry, strawberry, blackberry and blueberry wines aren't the cloyingly sweet versions that probably come to mind.
Offering everything from specialty-roasted coffee to vegan breakfast sandwiches to tropical cocktails, Outta the Blue offers something for everyone in a bright space.
The program is free for restaurants to participate in, with all profits going back to support the small businesses.
Learn to make a great smash burger, taste a new wine or attend an exclusive brunch this weekend.
Judges awarded 40 gold medals, 90 silver medals and 57 bronze medals overall.
Learn how to brew a banana milkshake IPA, explore a children's museum or do yoga for a good cause this weekend.
The roaster is opening its own space at 1639 Southwest Boulevard.
Husband-and-wife duo Alejandro and Silvia Miguel offer from-scratch empanadas, mil hojas, alfajores and more.
Governor Mike Parson signed a bill into law Wednesday that will keep to-go cocktails around permanently.
Celebrate Christmas in July, learn to make cheese or try a new craft cocktail this weekend.
The new concept from the owner of Lulu’s Thai Noodle Shop also operates a Wow Bao ghost kitchen.
Guests can sample different types of wines from different parts of the world during the same visit.
Go on a patriotic bar crawl, enjoy a picnic with fireworks or find a festival with some fantastic food trucks this weekend.
June brought the heat, and also brought Kansas City eaters a diverse selection of new dining options.
The new restaurant, bar and event space comes from The Trident Restaurant Group, which owns Westport Ale House and The Fall.
The project comes from rapper and jazz performer Kemet Coleman, Hip Hoops Hooray founder Woodie Bonds and Elliot Ivory.
The walk-up lunch and dinner counter is located in the Crossroads Arts District.
Tour a wine cave, learn to make bread or attend an exclusive collaboration dinner this weekend.
These Midwest makers offer different levels of heat for all of our condiment and cooking needs.
There’s no better time to enjoy a meal at the Iron District in North Kansas City. The open-air food hall features colorful shipping containers stacked like Legos, serving everything from fresh sushi to birria tacos to Tiki cocktails. In addition to the spirited atmosphere, it’s a great place…
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The restaurant's specialty tacos are stuffed with al pastor, barbacoa brisket, chimichurri carne asada and cochinita pibil.
He and his team of "yardeners" specialize in planning, planting, maintaining and harvesting vegetable and herb gardens.
The flavors range from Strawberry Margarita and Raspberry Mimosa to Taste of Jazz Sangria and Peach Bellini.
Located in the former home of Tanner's, the bar offers burgers, bar food and plenty of beer.
Raise a glass to Pride Month, enjoy a farm-to-table dinner or celebrate Dad this weekend.
The new mobile concept comes from the team behind Cacao Restaurante.
Sample Missouri wines, throw some axes after a meal or slurp down some oysters this weekend.
Look for Caribbean rice bowls, tacos, guava chicken wings, Jamaican meat patties and more.
The new concept comes from chef Brett DeHart, who also operates Fénix in the food hall.
Owner Jhy Coulter began hosting pizza pop ups in her backyard during the pandemic.
Sample local beers, play some bingo or enjoy a special date night this weekend.
In addition to chef Carlos Mortera's famous wood-fired chicken, look for adobo pork ribs, kimchi fried rice and jackfruit "carnitas."
A number of brand-new restaurants and bars debuted across the Kansas City metro in May.
My restaurant, Ramen Bowls, now includes a dish with a rich heritage of family farming.
If you want to know more about life in the restaurant industry, there are some must-reads on this list.
From cilantro to sunflower, microgreens add flavor, texture, a splash of color and nutrients to different dishes.
Celebrate the official start of summer this weekend by learning to cook with fresh produce, enjoy a wine slushy or plant a flower while you sip on a cocktail.
After a tumultuous year for the industry, the pandemic has inspired many to set out on a new path. In Kansas City, several chefs have decided to trade in restaurant life for a new, more flexible career path by way of catering and prepared meal kits.
The menu of charcuterie boards, bar snacks and deli sandwiches was developed by chef Howard Hanna.
The team behind Beer Kitchen, Char Bar and Mickey’s Hideaway has acquired ownership of Port Fonda from chef Patrick Ryan and his partner Jamie Davila.
Jordan Hayes and Andy McCormick have already unveiled new menus at The Monogram Lounge and The Hey! Hey! Club.
Owner Will Soo offers a new dumpling special each week.
This April, Kansas Citians welcomed a variety of new restaurants and food-oriented retail options.
The former homebrewer and head brewer of 3 Halves Brewing Co. unexpectedly passed away recently.
Although the cottage industry has been on the rise for years, the pandemic has led to a renewed interest in the business model.
Boiling is key: It gives the bagels a thick, dark golden-brown crust while still allowing them to rise.
Kansas City pastry chef Jason Provo has earned a following for his freshly baked cinnamon rolls, crunchy yet chewy palmiers, stuffed croissants and one-of-a-kind mochi donuts.
Look for pillowy cinnamon rolls, crispy rice treats, flaky chocolate croissants and melt-in-the-mouth lemon-cream cheese cookies.
As home cooks embrace bread baking, interest in flours made from whole and ancient grains is on the rise.
We’re saying goodbye and good luck to publisher Cat Neville.
The new ghost kitchen comes from the former co-owner of Distrikt Biskuit House.
The five-course meal includes duck prosciutto crostini, wedge salad, surf-and-turf style main, mushroom risotto and panna cotta.
Kansas City has always loved patio season, but this year, it's in full force. With more people returning to restaurants amid the pandemic, patios are a great compromise between dining out and staying COVID-19 conscious. If you're looking to grab drinks, dinner or anything in between, these a…
It's the latest concept from the owners of The Rockhill Grille.
Tara Gallina, co-owner of Winslow's Table and Vicia in the St. Louis area, discusses how customer entitlement negatively impacts the dining experience.
In its third round of funding, Feed KC Forward gives stipends to restaurants to cook meals for agencies that help people dealing with food insecurity.
Look for Southern-style biscuits, East Coast corn chowder, fast food-inspired burgers, a Monte Cristo sandwich and more.
A handful of brand-new options are available to KC diners ready to experience something new, whether for takeout or even dining in.
Expect to see pineapple fried rice, whole snapper, soft shell crab salad and Thai barbecue ribs.
The cocktail bar draws inspiration from some of the world's most infamous crimes and criminals.
It's been a tough year, so take it easy for Easter this year and let these Kansas City restaurants do the work. Whether you want to dine in or take the meal home, you can enjoy holiday classics like spiral glazed ham, fresh asparagus, carrot cake and much more.
Surrounded by big-box retailers and chain restaurants, the Indian Creek Shopping Center in Overland Park, Kansas, is an unlikely but welcome destination for exploring Korean culture. Lovingly nicknamed “Little Korea,” the strip mall houses primarily Korean-owned and -operated restaurants, sh…
Fried fresh every day, the chicken is slathered in your choice of sauce, from galbi to yangnyeom to Kansas City barbecue for a smoky-sweet flavor.
Five local restaurant owners suggest a few dishes to start your Korean street food quest.
Co-owner Angela Hong uses her mother's recipes for two types of gochujang sauce along with a bulgogi marinade and dipping sauce.