North Kansas City is a city in Clay County, Missouri, United States that despite the similarity in name to its larger counterpart, Kansas City, is an independent municipality part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. The population was 4,208 at the 2010 census. Originally a northern suburb across the Missouri River from Kansas City, it is now almost completely surrounded by Kansas City, which has annexed far to the north of North Kansas City's northern city limits. North Kansas City also adjoins the small municipality of Avondale.
Things to do in North Kansas City
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Voted North Kansas City's Best Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, First Watch specializes in delicious creations freshly-prepared to order. First Watch begins each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and making French toast batter from scratch. Their fresh, award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch dishes are made using only the best ingredients without the use of heat lamps or deep fryers. The best part is their creative menu features traditional favorites like omelets, pancakes, salads and sandwiches, as well as signature items like the Chickichanga and classic BLTE sandwich. Their "2 for You" lunch offers half portions of their most popular soups, salads and sandwiches and you can get in and out fast. Their menu's "Healthier Side" features a variety of delicious Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch options for the more health-conscious, including egg white omelets, fresh fruit crepes and their signature Power Wrap. Free WiFi & newspapers are provided.
Visited FIrst Watch today and just had to have the Traditional Breakfast for lunch. I really like the scrambled eggs, bacon, seasoned potatoes, and artisan toast. ITs really tasty. We also had the Veggie burger. Service is great even when they’re busy. Use the No Wait app to reserve your place in line.
5 based on 164 reviews
The art, I mean chocolate, is almost too lovely to eat...but you should savor it anyway. Painstaking care and creativity go into each and every morsel. The flavor combinations and unique appearance are delightful....great gift potential here! Anything coffee/espresso is divine. My hubby favors the liquor flavorings and my daughters love the bananas foster and the strawberry balsamic. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Donut King is in a little strip mall off of a very busy intersection on Armour Rd. There is ample parking otu front. The only draw back is getting back on Armour going again going east. Likely someone will have to let you in. Cerner employees command the near east land. But the variety and quality of the donuts and the friendliness of the staff make this a must stop. I always try a new flavor - cream cheese iced red velvet was my last choice. German chocolate was my previous choice.There is a bit of seating inside and outside. Most donuts run about a dollar.
4.5 based on 141 reviews
We don’t live near Chappells, but we enjoy the food, service, and the sports decor when we can get there. Today my wife liked the Steak soup and half sandwich and my fish and chip were quite good as well. Now the but.....Chappell’s always runs Groupons deals. That is what causes us to drive 20 miles to have a good lunch. But their guest internet doesn’t ever work so you get to stand outside in the cold so your coupon will come up. Please fix the internet for the customers that buy your Groupons. Our bill after Groupon was $5.22. I gave the server a $10 and she brought me $4.00. I guess she thought the $.78 was hers for the keeping. I hate it when servers are dishonest. It was not a mistake it’s petty theft. Servers do this too often thinking older people won’t notice. I did leave a tip but deducted the $.78.
4 based on 68 reviews
Met with friends. Very casual, order at a window, good variety, including local brews. I had the smoked chicken adding ‘Kansalino’ sauce from table that was good. Cheesy corn good choice for side. A friend had brisket and burnt ends and she said it was good. We didn’t have any but it was mentioned their smoke Turkey is good too.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Slap's BBQ (Squeal Like a Pig) opened in June of 2014 and started with just a few hundred pounds of meat. After running out within a few hours, we knew Slap's was going to be a major success. As the weeks went on, we added more and more meat to the daily production finally reaching our capacity and comfort level a couple months after opening. We sell out every day because we are committed cooking fresh and putting the best BBQ on the plate we can. Slap's BBQ is one of very few restaurants in the City that is actively competing on the KCBS circuit throughout the year. On average we compete in 25-35 contests each season. We do this to stay sharp, relevant, and because we love it. Try our famous ribs and burnt ends that always run out within our first hour, or our imported Texas sausage to get a mouthful of amazing flavor. Although we try to serve as many customers as possible, we're only open until we run out daily so be sure to get here early! For finger lickin' goodness, we'll see you at Slap's!
The burnt ends melted in my mouth. They have a culinary concoction called Baked Potato Casserole that is not to be missed. I want to go back right now just to have that again. The feel of the restaurant was urban rustic. We sat at a community table with a couple and their baby. I wanted to love the cheesy corn and I will likely try it again but I do not know if it can survive in the shadow of that baked potato casserole.
4.5 based on 154 reviews
Welcome to '37 Steak. The name '37 is derived from the year the very first Harrah's was built in Reno, Nevada. The restaurant was founded out of our desire to create an atmosphere that is refined yet unpretentious, elegant yet approachable and most of all, "different". You'll notice in every aspect of your experience that our mission is to provide amazing moments in time for our customers by employing and engaging a service staff with exceptional product knowledge and unmatched pride in service. Do you want steak or do you want an experience? '37 Steak is not about dinner and drinks. It's an indulgence for all your senses. Every detail of your cocktail is carefully considered: the mix, the ice, the glass, the temperature. If that's what '37 does for your beverage imagine what we do for your meal.
They made our 20th wedding anniversary very special with a nice card. The appetizers were yummy. Highly recommend this spicy and sweet bacon strips appetizers. The steaks were very scrumptious. They offer a dining deal that includes a salad and a dessert. We didn’t leave...MoreHi Cynthia, thanks so much for the wonderful 5 Star review! We are delighted to hear how much you enjoyed your Anniversary dinner with us! Thanks for choosing to celebrate at '37 Steak!
4.5 based on 57 reviews
We read reviews before trying this location. Some of them indicated that this location was kind of “a shack”. The building is not much to look at but the inside was clean and friendly staff. We all had the double burger combo meal. The patties are fairly thin. They reminded me of a Steak and Shake burger. They were very good burgers. I don’t have the receipt with me, but for three double burger meals (fries and a drink) was close to $40.
4.5 based on 205 reviews
Had the pleasure today of hitting up a really cool vegan restaurant called Cafe Gratitude. Located in the regentrified section of downtown Kansas City. Nestled among old brick buildings that have been reborn as luxury lofts,it would be very east to drive or walk right by the cafe. Although you can see can sense the up scale new life of a once less lively section of downtown, the area is not pretentious at all.
Upon entry the whole vibe is like being outdoors in a park. I sat at the bar (they serve beer and wine) to pick up my Togo order. I was greeted by Luke, at the bar. Among many things, what impressed most about him was the way he spoke to me about the place..with pride and ownership. This for me, said a lot about the management and also Luke's humane temperament. It was refreshing.
I ordered Magical, Luminous, Warm Hearted and Eternally Youthful. Yes, this is how the food items are listed on the menu. Eternally Youthful was my vanilla milkshake, Warm Hearted is a polenta entree, Luminous is salad with sweet potatoes, quinoa, nuts, avocado among lots of other goodies. And Magical is a homemade veggie burger. Although I hadn't planned to, I ate everything in one sitting. Couldn't stop myself. Great textually and delicious. This will definitely be a place I'll revisit when I return here.
At the bottom of my receipt I noticed a question - What are you grateful for?
Cafe Gratitude offers food for body and mind. Pretty nice!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
Chicken N Pickle is a chef-driven, casual eatery & bar with pickleball courts, shaded beer gardens and backyard games. The idea was first conceived in the Grand Cayman Islands over cold beer and jerk chicken. This love of wood-fired rotisserie coupled with a Northlander's fondness of pickleball resulted in a new, two acre food & entertainment venue. Chicken N Pickle, complete with a rotating clutch of Food Trucks, delivers an all-inclusive experience with a locally rooted vibe perfect for those with a fondness for sports and a love of the outdoors. Good Food. Good Friends. Great Fun.
This is one of the few venues that you can count on for a good time no matter what your group looks like. The food is above average at a good price. The atmosphere, especially in warmer weather, has no comparison. Most importantly, it is the perfect place to have fun with family, friends, coworkers or impress that special someone!
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