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  • A bird's eye view of Corvino's Supper Club & Tasting Room

    Chef Michael Corvino opens Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room in the Crossroads with his wife, Christina, and many of his former American Restaurant employees. The handsome, double-duty restaurant offers “seasonal” and “shareable” plates and a tasting room, plus a stage for live music and a nostalgic late-night menu. The Star’s food editor Jill Silva got a front-row seat for the birth of KC’s latest high-profile restaurant. Story by Jill Silva.

A bird's eye view of Corvino's Supper Club & Tasting Room

Chef Michael Corvino opens Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room in the Crossroads with his wife, Christina, and many of his former American Restaurant employees. The handsome, double-duty restaurant offers “seasonal” and “shareable” plates and a tasting room, plus a stage for live music and a nostalgic late-night menu. The Star’s food editor Jill Silva got a front-row seat for the birth of KC’s latest high-profile restaurant. Story by Jill Silva.
Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star