Fritz's Chili, located at 75th St. and Metcalf in Overland Park, has been serving chili to Kansas City for more than five decades, starting as Dixon's Chili. The restaurant will close its doors on August 24, 2018.
Shack Breakfast & Lunch is ready for its grand opening Aug. 10 at 135th Street and U.S. 69 in Overland Park. The restaurant features menu items with quirky names, such as Starchy & Cluck and I Call Top Bunk.
Jim Chappell, owner of Chappell's Restaurant and Sports Museum at 323 Armour Road in North Kansas City, gives a tour of his establishment, which houses Chappell's massive collection of sports memorabilia.
Savoy's Executive Chef Joe West and his team bring the old and new worlds together in a menu that pays homage to the Savoy's heyday, while also showing they are here to be creative and have fun. The Savoy is located at 219 W. Ninth Street.
Royals fans have lots of new food options at The K in 2017. The craziest menu creations include a Sunrise Dog topped with bacon, gravy and a fried egg, and an $18 Pork Patty Melt with funnel cakes for buns.
In a random act of kindness, Donald Carter of Kansas City raised money for Popeyes employee Shajuana Mays to go to nursing school. With the help of his Facebook friends and a GoFundMe effort, he raised more than $5,000 since Friday night.
Kelly's Westport Inn has been a staple in Kansas City for 70 years. Randal Kelly started working at the Westport Inn in 1947 and soon became a partner. In 1977, the name was changed to Kelly’s Westport Inn and now his two sons, as well as two gran
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 dis
Police arrested dozens of low-wage workers protesting at the intersection of Meyer and Troost Avenue in KCMO Tuesday night, November 29 as protesters sat in the street and blocked the traffic. Hundreds of restaurant workers, child care workers as
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 comforta
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