Restaurant updates include new Lee’s Summit craft brewery, Overland Park sushi restaurant, North KC BBQ, Northland volleyball bar and grill, brunch and cafe for south Plaza, pizza place for Lawrence, an Olathe cafe and much more.
Meatloaf is having a moment. Looking for the classic American dish in Kansas City? Our list features an Italian-style meatloaf sub from D’Bronx, spicy sandwiches from The Brick and YJ’s Snack Bar, grass-fed beef meatloaf at Blue Bird Bistro and homestyle dinner specials served with mashed potatoes at Corner Cafe and Portia’s Cafe.
Get to know the artists appearing at Ink’s Middle of the Map Fest in May. Brooklyn native Anna Wise has made feminism an eminent cause in her music and has a Grammy for her collaboration with Kendrick Lamar.
Kansas City-area followers of the paleo diet have an increasing number of dining options. Among them: paleo meal delivery services such as Evolve Paleo Chef and PaleoFit, and paleo-friendly cafes such as Simple Science Juices, T. Loft, Enjoy Pure Food + Drink and ProteinHouse.
Boulevard, which has a limited number of brands that it packages in cans, wants to increase those offerings with a $10 million packaging facility in Kansas City. All of its canning is now done elsewhere but would be consolidated in Kansas City.
A food drive at Church of the Resurrection illustrates the challenges facing those who fight hunger: The generosity is great, but the need is enormous. And the donations aren’t always of acceptable quality.
Now, more than ever, arts matter, writes Curbed, a website that covers real estate, architecture and interior design. So it recognized 21 of the most beautiful theaters in the United States, including KC’s Kauffman Center.
Kansas City native Samantha Fish enlisted the Detroit Cobras and a New Orleans horn section to record “Chills & Fever,” a collection of covers of old-school soul and R&B songs produced by a former member of the Go, Jack White’s band before the White Stripes.
The arty innovations of Brooklyn-based trendsetter Xenia Rubinos are as capable of thrilling pretentious art students as pleasing funk-loving partiers who just want to dance. La Guerre, the Lawrence-based art-pop project overseen by Katlyn Conroy, opens Tuesday’s show at the RecordBar