At Tom’s Town, J.T. Koenig-Riley oversees a cocktail menu that includes classics that reflect the bar’s Kansas City roots. Housed in a building at 1701 Main St. that dates to 1908, the bar takes its name from notorious political boss Tom Pendergast.
At Tom’s Town, J.T. Koenig-Riley oversees a cocktail menu that includes classics that reflect the bar’s Kansas City roots. Housed in a building at 1701 Main St. that dates to 1908, the bar takes its name from notorious political boss Tom Pendergast. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
At Tom’s Town, J.T. Koenig-Riley oversees a cocktail menu that includes classics that reflect the bar’s Kansas City roots. Housed in a building at 1701 Main St. that dates to 1908, the bar takes its name from notorious political boss Tom Pendergast. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com