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.
The cocktail bar draws inspiration from some of the world's most infamous crimes and criminals.
You can drop by for a DIY ceramics session or grab a Key lime pie milkshake.
You can grab mile-high biscuits, New York-style pizza, soft-serve ice cream and cocktails, all under one roof.
Look for cocktails like Some Like It Hot, a hot chocolate with mezcal and whipped cream, and Pretty Woman, a sweet and sour vodka drink.
Popular offerings include a range of eggs Benedicts, Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes and OMG French Toast.
The longstanding Westport business has moved to a larger location just a few blocks away.
Look for Pineapple-Upside Down Pancakes, Smashed Avocado Bennys and more.
The curious spot draws its eclectic décor from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Look for Detroit-style pizza, creamed kale, burgers and mac 'n' cheese.
Atomic Provisions will feature Atomic Cowboy, The Denver Biscuit Co., Fat Sully's and Frozen Gold.
The famous lasagna and meatballs are back.
The Westport restaurant is known for its warm and comforting pot pies, pan-roasted chicken, chocolate chip bread pudding and more.
New dishes include swordfish, braised lamb and a beet salad.
The brunch chain serves eggs Benedict, pineapple upside down pancakes, Bloody Marys and more.
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…
The River Market staple is a welcome addition to Westport’s ever-expanding food culture.
The classic Maine lobster roll is one of the best deals in town.
We talked to the chef about the smell of a really good tomato sauce, sleeping in and his housemade Old Bay seasoning.
The Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership aims to support female food industry entrepreneurs and restaurant owners to grow their careers and scale their businesses.
The owners of The Foundry have given a facelift to the former late-night beer bar.
Whether guests want a cheap yard beer, a balanced drink or a colorful shot – or all three – Shiddy Bar will cater to it all.
As executive chef at Julep, he's elevated the Southern fare to match the high-end cocktails and expansive whiskey selection.
The bar serves classy yet casual cocktails and small plates prepared by executive chef Brian Mehl.