The weather may be getting colder, but the Kansas City food scene is heating up. There’s been an increase in restaurant-based collectives, creating a place for people to come together and choose from many different dining options.
And, you may be surprised to know that one well-known barbeque joint goes way beyond burnt ends. Holiday party planning, anyone?
Craft beer, gourmet biscuits, New York-style pizza and soft serve are making their way to the south side of Kansas City’s Westport neighborhood. Atomic Provisions recently purchased the historic City Ice Building, and revealed it as the home of its four foodie concepts: Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company, Fat Sully’s and Frozen Gold.
Strang Hall brings together seven Kansas City chefs, serving up a wide variety of cuisines ranging from modern Italian to southeast Asian to vegan. The a 13,000-square-foot space on the first floor of the Edison District in Overland Park will feature everything from tacos to Southeast asian to craft pizza, along with an in-house bar.
Jack Stack has always been much more than just barbecue. And now the restaurant is accentuating that point with the opening of Fiorella’s, a new event venue and full-service catering experience in Overland Park. Situated in the renovated former Ritz Charles, the space fits up to 1,300 guests and everything— from the food to the decor—can be transformed to fit clients’ wildest dreams.