Kansas is famous for steakhouses, barbecue, and its best restaurants.
Planning to dine in Kansas? This should be your first stop. You are probably going to find a lot of tourists buzzing over the place hoping to get a bite of their delicacy.
Having a special occasion? Then visit the intimate tasting room. Here, you will get a set course menu that has wine pairings– late-night revelers aren’t left behind. They have a special list for revelers comprising an oniony double-patty cheeseburger.
Residents of Kansas adore this city restaurant. It may not appear much of a classy restaurant, but once you taste their meals, or drink, you will understand why it earns so much respect.
All their meals are pocket-friendly- imagine paying $2.75 for a single burger? During my visit there sometime back, I ordered a double burger (one with onions, and onion rings).
They first grill the onions, press them into thin patties, and continue cooking the onions with the meat. As for the onion rings, they got them from a plastic bag in the fridge and dipped them into sizzling oil. It was the best I have ever had.
I consider it a crime leaving Kansas without visiting Ca Va- an intimate, rustic bar. It is in this restaurant that you will realize some meals should be taken every day, not just on special occasions.
At the end of your meal, they offer proper champagne with other affordable sparklers. You will find a lot of wine-friendly snacks; for instance, freshly-shucked oysters and pomme frites.
Looking for a restaurant downtown? The Rieger is the place for you. You will find most popular favorites like toothsome or buttery potato rolls. Besides, they offer daily dinner specials.
Joe`s Kansas City
Our list wouldn’t have been comprehensive if we missed mentioning this joint. The delicacies you find here will be like nothing you have tasted before. They use Missouri White Oak to smoke their meat and offer a range of traditional dishes. Need I say more?