Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, every restaurant owner is looking for new avenues to make more money using their existing restaurant kitchens and labor. Many are turning to ghost kitchens as an opportunity to try out new cuisines or concepts in a carryout- and/or delivery-only format.
The sister concept to Stroud's serves up the same classic recipes in a to-go format.
The swanky seafood restaurant will also feature a new rooftop bar.
If you're looking to pick up barbecue tonight, we recommend ordering burnt ends from the place that made them famous/
The general store comes from chef Andrew Dessert, who has worked at Brewery Emperial, Local Pig and more.
The fund provides stipends to restaurants to cook meals people struggling with food insecurity.
Few dishes are as comforting as a bowl of noodles on a cold night.
The shop will offer over 500 craft beers, 200 sauces and rubs and a full barbecue menu to boot.
While the industry-specific relief of the RESTAURANTS Act was not included, Congress did not forget restaurants entirely.
The subscription service will send you an eight-ounce bag of single-origin coffee every month.
Although several favorites closed their doors, a handful of new options are available to diners and drinkers, with most offering carryout and/or delivery.
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.
Bob Shin sources the highest quality fish for his nigiri – a difference you can taste.
The multi-course meals are paired with some of executive chef Laura Favela's favorite wineries from around the country.
These Missouri-based coffee roasters offer carefully roasted beans.
Offerings include classic mezze, menemen, rotisserie chicken and more.
Bartender Bryan Arri has cut his teeth at some of the best bars in Kansas City and now, he's striking out on his own.
As one tumultuous year comes to a close and a new one begins, we’re celebrating those paving the way to a brighter future in our region’s restaurant industry. From the farm to the kitchen to the front of house, these individuals deserve the spotlight not only for their talent, grit and deter…
Across our region, these chefs, bartenders, farmers and more are making names for themselves.
In addition to a menu full of soups, salads and sandwiches, the "green café" offers wellness services like meal planning and preparation.
An 8-ounce top sirloin steak is cooked to your preferred temperature and served with béarnaise sauce, maitre d' butter and, of course, fries.
The chef recently returned to Kansas City after years spent cooking all over the world.
The Vietnamese mobile coffee shop recently opened inside Firebrand Collective in the West Bottoms for the winter.
For each box of two dozen Italian meatballs sold, the City Market butcher shop will donate a box.
Holiday celebrations will look a little different this year, but that doesn't mean they should be any less delicious. Several Kansas City restaurants are pulling out all the stops for New Year's, ensuring that you can still enjoy a luxurious, restaurant-quality meal from the comfort of your …
The sandwiches at The Bite offer influences from Mexico, Cuba and Korea.
The double dry-hopped Hazy IPA will be sold to support the Guild’s operations.
The six-course, finish-at-home dinner for two includes salt-baked bass, frutti di mare and more.
After a year like this in Kansas City, it might be time for a toast. Not a long, drawn-out affair, but an intentional drink or two to celebrate the holidays with that one friend or special person who is in your pod.
Owners Colby and Megan Garrelts will close their flagship after 17 years of delicious meals and memories.
Named after a Hebrew term that means “repair the world,” the limited-edition New England-style IPA will benefit Harmony Project KC.
This bowl starts with a blended açaí base and piles on fruit, granola and coconut.
The festive outdoor holiday market features cozy shopping cabins, bar service and food suitable for a cold-weather street fair.
Looking for gift ideas for the food- and drink-lover in your life? These delicious ideas all support local Kansas City food or drink artisans, so you can feel good about giving a tasty gift that gives back to a hometown business. With the pandemic in mind, all of these gifts can be ordered a…
This is probably a little different from the way your grandma made it.
It's getting colder in Kansas City, which is putting even more pressure on bars and restaurants as coronavirus numbers continue to rise. Many of our favorite spots are working to give guests a little bit of warmth while keeping them safer outside. Check out these spots around the area that h…
The concept specializes in over-the-top burgers, including a Torta Hamburguesa, California Turkey Burger and patty melt-inspired Burger Melt.
The new restaurant and bar is located inside Wonder KC Shops and Flats building, which was originally home to Kansas City's Wonder Bread factory.
A few of Kansas City’s favorite restaurants opted to close permanently this month.
This transformation of The Fontaine's rooftop offers a menu of curated cocktails and small plates.
During the pandemic, he’s revamped the menu for carryout, finalized the dining room décor and launched his own line of plateware.
It's a go-to solution for chefs looking to make their menus more approachable in the age of to-go dining.
As 2020 comes to a close, we’re honoring the people using food as a vehicle for change.
Drop them in a steaming cup of hot chocolate or toast them over a crackling campfire.
The new otherworldly cocktail lounge is designed to take Kansas City on a sensory trip.
The wine and grocery store is known for its vegan charcuterie boards.
Indoor gatherings are also limited to 10 people or fewer.
It features crispy pork belly piled on a brioche bun with an Asian-inspired slaw and sambal mayo.
The popular distillery is rebranding its core line of spirits.
Local makers are nominated in the pantry, chocolate, confection, pickle and coffee categories.
The holiday pop up offers cookies, hot chocolate, themed décor and more.
The first three events feature chef Celina Tio of The Belfry, chef Mark Dandurand of the upcoming Canary Bar + Bistro and chef Kara Anderson of Verbena.
The dinner and a show supper club offers a prix fixe menu from The American Reserve.
The popular food truck has put down roots.
A cookbook by the famous surrealist artist will bring together local artists from across Kansas City’s culinary, cocktail, décor and music scenes.
If you want to support local restaurants, bars, bakeries and coffee shops but don't want to spend time inside, these walk-up windows are exactly what you need to keep you safe while also keeping you fed. Check back here often, as we'll be updating this as we learn of more. Have a favorite yo…
The concept comes from Jugal and Atit Patel of Dodson's Bar & Commons.
Each course is already prepped and put together alongside reheating instructions.
The new concept comes from Louie’s Wine Dive owner Whitney VinZant.
The bar will serve pre-batched seasonal cocktails and comforting fare like burgers and sanwiches.
Erica and Brock Schulte both work in the booze business in Kansas City, so crystal-clear cocktail ice is important to them.