Brewtop Pub & Patio opens third area location
02/11/2014 2:59 PM
02/12/2014 11:02 PM
The BrewTop Pub and Patio now has an Overland Park location.
The locally owned BrewTop is known for its live music and as a place for viewing major sporting events.
The new Corbin Park restaurant and bar is at 6601 W. 135th St., next to Firebirds Wood Fired Grill. It will have an outdoor patio in front of the restaurant overlooking the new Scheels mega sporting goods store (Scheels is scheduled to open in June 2015). BrewTop also will have a rooftop deck with a full bar that will seat 120 people and overlook south Overland Park.
“We love the area. We love the traffic. And the demographic is right for us,” said Robert Chisam, a partner in BrewTop. “There are a lot of restaurants but not a lot of places that do what we do. We stay open until 2 a.m. seven days a week and our kitchen stays open seven days a week. We’re hoping to fill the void out here.”
Menu items include deep-fried pickles and jumbo gourmet pretzels, breakfast burgers (with Canadian bacon and sunnyside-up egg), grilled shrimp Caesar salad, sweet Thai wrap, fish and chips, chicken fried chicken, and specialty pizzas. It also has a children’s menu.
The first BrewTop opened in the Northland in 2009 and the owners added a second location in Lee’s Summit in 2010.
In other Corbin Park news:
• GNC opened Saturday at 6645 W. 135th St.
• Mode Designer Fashion, a designer outlet boutique known for its $40 designer denim, plans a grand opening March 1 and 2. It will give away 40 pairs of jeans to the first 40 customers each day. The company is based in Fargo, N.D., and currently has four locations.
• Apricot Lane Boutique plans a May opening.
• Lil Pink Bubbles, a locally owned bath and beauty products retailer, plans to open in April. It also has a location in Zona Rosa.Hancock Fabrics Crafts More relocates
Hancock Fabrics Crafts More, formerly at 9425 Metcalf Ave., has relocated nearby to 9152 Metcalf Ave. A manager said the store relocated because the building it had long operated in was going to be demolished. Hancock’s retail neighbor, Kmart, had already closed in the center at 95th and Metcalf.
MD Management, which handles property management and leasing for the center, declined to comment.Pop-up prom boutique
Glam, a pop-up prom boutique, has opened in the Legends Outlets Kansas City.
The new 6,700-square-foot store at 1867 Village West Parkway, Suite D-105, will operate through April. It will offer a wide selection of prom dresses and designer brands like Jovani and Jasz Couture.
Glam is based in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and also has two locations in Iowa and one in Nebraska.
In other Legends news, BCBG Max Azria Factory closed in the outlet mall when its lease expired on Jan. 31.Reader question
What is going into the former TGI Friday’s space in Shawnee?
The freestanding building is being divided for two tenants.
Mattress Firm is scheduled to take part of the building at 15830 Shawnee Mission Parkway. A 2,826-square-foot space is still available.
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