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.
Atomic Provisions owner Drew Shader seeks out historic and interesting structures for his businesses, and was drawn to the building, which dates back to 1907. Located on the corner of 41st and Pennsylvania Ave, Atomic Provisions will preserve the 6,635-square-feet, while updating the interior to fit its needs.
Situated a block away from St. Luke’s Hospital, and adjacent to the Country Club Plaza and surrounding neighborhoods, Atomic Provisions chose to set up shop there based on the many similarities between the neighborhoods its successful Denver locations reside in. This is the company’s first Kansas City location, and its second location to include all four concepts under one roof.
Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company and Fat Sully’s will occupy the original space while transitioning offerings throughout the day. Frozen Gold will occupy a new glass addition on the northwest corner of the building.
Atomic Provisions plans to hire up to 150 employees in all areas of the restaurant, and is slated to open in December.
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