The Kansas City Museum’s Café at 3218 and Elixir

The Kansas City Museum is an unparalleled destination for local and regional history, especially after undergoing its recent $22 million renovation. But soon, there will be even more reason to visit—a new restaurant, Café at 3218, and Elixir, a retro-inspired soda fountain. Both are located in Corinthian Hall, with Elixir setting up shop in the basement and serving up traditional soda fountain drinks (phosphate, anyone?) as well as ice cream, food, and games. Meanwhile, guests can visit Café at 3218 on the first floor, where the focus is on seasonal ingredients and bringing people together, whether it’s over a meal, a recipe, or a cooking demonstration. Until the dining destinations open this summer, keep an eye out for upcoming ticketed culinary programs and experiences from the museum.

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