In 2014, he was nominated for the James Beard award for Best Chef: Midwest and named a best new chef by Food & Wine.
Congrats are in order for these local producers.
The culinary school and market operated for a year and a half.
Cheer on the Chiefs, kick off Kansas City Restaurant Week or celebrate four years of Torn Label.
Although it has been relatively quiet on the openings front this winter, there are still several new noteworthy restaurants to try across Kansas City, including a new option for make-your-own poke bowls in Mission as well as a new beer-centered bar and grill deep in Overland Park. Also avail…
The food is simple, comforting and plentiful, with a choice of soup, salad, entrée and dessert.
The shop will serve local coffee, freshly made donuts and Elbow's own ice cream.
Start the new year with some new beers, get a sneak peek of a new restaurant opening in the Iron District or learn how to decorate cookies.
The brewery will offer beer made with locally made grains from Great Plains Custom Grain.
The new Wheat Whiskey was aged in Missouri white oak barrels for a year.
December proved just as noteworthy for its new restaurants and bars as much as its closings.
Ready for New Year's Eve? Stock up on bubbles or celebrate a little early at a Grown-Up NYE party.
The iconic restaurant relocated from its original Country Club Plaza space.
Next month, the restaurant will start serving dinner.
Looking for somewhere fun and festive to celebrate New Year's Eve? Check out the celebrations at these Kansas City restaurants.
The new concept comes from classically trained chef Cherven Desauguste and his business partner, Gerri Reese.
The concept comes from chef Carlos Mortera of The Bite and his father.
The diner prides itself on using fresh ingredients, including 100 percent grass-fed beef and organic chicken.
Mark your calendar: These concepts are some of the most exciting restaurants slated to debut in Kansas City in 2019.
We caught up with the sous chef to talk about her favorite dinner spot, keeping it simple and her mom's mac 'n' cheese.
Need a beer? This weekend offers plenty of opportunities.
The sous chef has also worked at Kansas City favorites Local Pig and Ça Va.
Looking for gift ideas for the food- and drink-lover in your life? These 17 delicious ideas all support local Kansas City food artisans, so you can feel good about giving a tasty gift that gives back to a homegrown business. As a bonus, all of these gifts are under or at around $30.
The new KC Hopps concept offers flatbreads, burgers, housemade pasta, carbonara croquettes and more.
The new location will be five times bigger than the original.
Get your holiday shopping done, meet Santa or brush up on your cocktail skills for holiday parties.
The new digs come with plenty of seating, heating, WiFi, bathrooms and cozy décor to boot.
If a cocktail doesn't make him smile, he goes back to the drawing board.
The plant-based café and catering company launched earlier this year.
The two industry veterans are ushering in a new era for the beloved restaurant.
Owner Russ Clark wants to open stores in Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri.
We're proud to share some big news!
Chef Craig Howard has developed lunch, dinner, happy hour, brunch and bar bites menus.
SoT, the popular cocktail bar, will remain open to the public.
Look for a Chicken Cordon Bleu eggs Benedict
Diners and drinkers in Kansas City have a diverse new range of options across the metro.
Get in the holiday spirit this weekend with cookie decorating, cocktail crafting and plenty of opportunities to shop for gifts.
Remy Ayesh's menu offers handmade pastas, premium steak cuts, seafood and more.
The new locations will offer a brand-new breakfast menu.
'Tis the season for holiday shopping.
Partners Josiah “Bo” Nelson and Bill Holzhueter are seeking a new home for their coffee shop.
Sip on a Festivus Fizz with J. Rieger & Co. gin, vanilla, citrus, egg white, Boulevard Nutcracker Ale and butterscotch.
The new, smaller location will feature a mezzanine on the second floor.
Patrick Montgomery is the only KC-area operator raising wagyu beef.
Its spirits are now available in California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia.
Score some vintage cookbooks, learn which wines you should be bringing to Thanksgiving this year or feast on a New Orleans-style shrimp boil.
In addition to housemade pasta, the concept will also feature a fresh oyster bar.
The restaurant will offer 12 unique sushi burritos, in addition to made-to-order bowls.
The menu offers comforting American favorites like chicken fried steak, pork osso busco, stuffed chicken thighs, fried catfish and corned beef.
Want to let someone else do the cooking this year?
The service launched earlier this year with plans for continued expansion across the U.S. throughout 2018.
We caught up with the chef to chat spicy peppers, pizza and where he likes to go on his day off.
Guests will be able to choose their own fish and fillings for custom maki rolls.
Start preparing for Thanksgiving with pie, bread and wine.
October was a lean month for restaurant openings in Kansas City, but there are still several new spots worth checking out. Sip on Negronis and chow down on Neapolitan pizzas at a swanky new hotel restaurant, get a taste of The Big Easy in Westport or scope out one of the city's only vegetari…
The menu will also include Korean-style beef short ribs, Filipino pork rib adobo and grilled vegetables.
A few Missouri food-and-drink producers just earned a big national honor.
Multiple fresh pasta dishes have found their way onto just about every great Kansas City chef’s menu lately. It’s easy to understand why: from protein to veg in every season, pasta serves as the perfect vehicle for just about any ingredient, and has the chewy, rich texture we all crave. So w…
Food and drink will be available from The Savoy, Waldo Thai Place, Q39, Hogshead KC and more.
Feast on waffles and whiskey, take a trip out to the farm or sip on sour beers.
There were some notable goodbyes this month.
She plans to open Southern Steakhouse and Oyster Bar by Soirée in Kansas City early next year.
The event space features a full commercial kitchen and chef on staff.
Options include a Kentucky-style Hot Brown, stuffed acorn squash, sweet potatoes and chorizo and more.
Look for new locations in Overland Park and Liberty.
Take your pick of costume contests at local bars and restaurants, enjoy a fall festival with the whole family or grab a mask and head to Union Station's annual Masquerade Party.
Open to the public, the new venture is the latest from the KC Hopps restaurant group.
The truck serves Moletto Italian Prosecco and local beer on tap.
Standout dishes include butternut squash ravioli, seared honey-lavender duck breast, corn chowder and more.
Dan Edwards has turned his cinnamon roll recipe into a side hustle.
"If you like to party. And you like tacos. This is gonna be your kinda dive!"
The former Genessee Royale Bistro owner is preparing grab-and-go salads, soups, sandwiches and more.
She opened the Myers Hotel Bar inside a historic former hotel in Tonganoxie, Kansas, in 2015.
Sample chili for a good cause, try two new experimental spirits or head to a beer hall for some bingo.
The new hotel will feature two restaurants: XR, serving wood-fired pizzas, and Lazia, serving modern takes on Old World Italian.
He's been the general manager and wine director since 2011.
Hit the final food truck brunch of the season, celebrate "Oktoberfiesta" or welcome cool weather with some special whiskies.
The River Market staple is a welcome addition to Westport’s ever-expanding food culture.
It's the brainchild of Caleb Roye, a barista and the store manager at Monarch Coffee.
The menu includes small plates, seasonal toasts, salads, flatbreads, sandwiches and beignets.
Chef Ann Liberda prepares authentic Thai dishes while bar manager Darrell Loo crafts playful cocktails.
Enjoy street food or soul food for brunch, hit another Oktoberfest celebration or soak up on the sun at a patio party.
For the past two years, she has worked in the kitchen at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
Before, he was best known for his food at the beloved, now-shuttered Pachamama's.
Episodes highlight local makers, including charcuterie, tofu, escargot and cheese.
The menu includes loaded toasts, brunch parfaits, salads and small plates.
The menu includes smoked and pickled mussels, yogurt tarts, poached crawfish, steamed sea bass and more.
Other offerings include a beer mug-shaped preztel, potato chips served with 'nduja and fried cheese curds.
The city welcomed a huge new food hall, its first location of Shake Shack and more.
Take your pick of local Oktoberfest celebrations, sip old-fashioned apple cider or experience a one-of-a-kind dinner from one of Kansas City's top chefs.