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A New Food Hall is Coming to the Metro

Seven kitchens and a bar —that’s the simplified concept behind Strang Hall (7301 W 80th St.), the latest food hall to announce its coming to the metro. But it’s not just a…

Oak + Steel Bar Coming to the Crossroads

Later this summer, you might find yourself enjoying a drink in a Crossroads parking garage. No, we’re not talking about the latest uber-secretive invite-only pop-up (or a night out gone awry), just…

Chicken Please! Now in the City Market

City Market’s Taste of Brazil is getting a new neighbor—and sibling. Marco Rabello and Cristian Maciel, the co-owners of the popular Brazilian restaurant and food truck, have opened Chicken Please! in City…

Restaurants

Dinner at The 1900 Restaurant

The light of an early summer evening pours through the windows. Soft jazz plays in the background. Modernist chairs comfortably curve around diners who watch as more guests stream in—young women after…

Bars

Oak + Steel Bar Coming to the Crossroads

Later this summer, you might find yourself enjoying a drink in a Crossroads parking garage. No, we’re not talking about the latest uber-secretive invite-only pop-up (or a night out gone awry), just…

In Your Cocktail: TikiCat

Kansas City is a world away from the Polynesian islands—or is it? A basement bar in Westport channels the isles’ tropical vibes in a riot of color, culture, and cocktails. TikiCat (401…

Chefs

By The Numbers: James Gardner’s The Hummus Company

If you’re a fan of hummus—and who isn’t really?—then you need to get to know James Gardner at The Hummus Company. (His tagline? “The best damn hummus you’ll ever eat.”) Gardner’s locally…

Reservation For One: A Thyme for Everything

For some parts of Kansas City, the Grandview Triangle might as well be the Bermuda Triangle. There’s the fear of being stuck in traffic or getting lost to never return. So, the…

Catering to Your Taste

Eating local has become all the rage—but the dedication to supporting area businesses and munching on food produced in the region need not stop when you leave the farmers market or pay…

Recipes

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