Restaurant News & Reviews
Chef Carlos Falcon, owner of Jarocho Pescados y Mariscos in Kansas City, Kan., draws on his Mexican roots to create a rustic and refined seafood and fish dishes. With inspiration from the motherland, in this case, Veracruz, Mexico, his seafood dishes are attracting the attention of many "seafoodies," as well as many local chefs.
Westport's newest bar, HopCat, will open at 401 Westport Road at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 25. It will offer 100 rotating taps of craft beer, signature "crack" fries and seating for about 300.
Cafe Europa opens its second restaurant at Union Hill with expanded bread and coffee programs as well as a new all-day menu that's different from its Crestwood restaurant.
A pre-opening event at Stock Hill, a new Kansas City steakhouse, which opens Dec. 1 just south of the Country Club Plaza. By Joyce Smith
Kansas City's first board game cafe, Pawn and Pint, had a soft opening Saturday at 221 Southwest Boulevard in the Crossroads District. Owner Edward Schmalz said for $5, customers will be able to choose from over 600 board games and have a comfortable place to play and stay as long as they want. A former middle school teacher, Schmalz, was inspired by the learning he saw between students as they played games and decided to embark on fundraising and open his cafe. Schmalz hopes to have a full kitchen and a liquor license by next spring.
Eddie V's plans 4 p.m. Oct. 24 opening at 700 W. 47th St. Menu items will include crab fried rice, Norwegian salmon, Chilean sea bass and steaks.
Rob Magee, of Q39, opened his first restaurant in April 2014 and it has become one of the top barbecue destinations in the city. The restaurant is expanding with additional space in the midtown location and a new restaurant in Overland Park in 2017.
Terrance Wise, a fast food worker from Kansas City, discusses efforts to raise the minimum wage shortly after the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments on the issue.
Heavy rains Friday night caused flash flooding in the Westport area which flooded roads and overwhelmed drainage systems in the area. At Freebirds World Burrito, 554 Westport Rd., employees had to deal with water coming up through the floor drains and the toilets, flooding the eatery. Employees including Sydney Griffin and Justin Laikart used long-handled squeegees to clear the water from the restaurant. Video by Tammy Ljungblad
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