The new restaurant, bar and event space comes from The Trident Restaurant Group, which owns Westport Ale House and The Fall.
The walk-up lunch and dinner counter is located in the Crossroads Arts District.
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.
Guests simply pick up food and bottles earlier in the day and then tune into an online gathering where they still get the same education and camaraderie.
The restaurant is essentially absorbing the "Pizze Di Lazia" concept that has been operating since July.
The new shop comes from industry vets Richard Garcia and Jamie Zoeller.
The popular restaurant has reopened for carryout.
Look for local beers, wines and spirits alongside cheeses, cured meats and more.
The beer styles will rotate frequently, featuring sours, Saisons, IPAs and more.
Chef-owner Howard Hanna was inspired by the work of José Andrés.
The retail store also houses a small bar that serves wine flights and charcuterie boards.
The new space has room to host 120-person standing cocktail events.
The restaurant offers an excellent scratch kitchen serving American favorites, fast.
Located inside the well-known restaurant, the bar provides a destination for carefully selected wines and a rotating menu.
Patties are made with grilled beets, black beans and carrots.
Offerings include the restaurant's beloved burger, plus a fried chicken sandwich, hand pies and more.
The restaurant is designed to pull in a broad, sports- and beer-loving audience.
The new concept will be located inside the popular German restaurant in Kansas City.
Offerings include the much-loved beet burger, plus soy-based hot dogs, fries and plantains.
The coffee shop serves coffee, tea and kombucha in addition to pastries.
Try the Agroni, a Negroni made with the agave spirit.