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We put together some of the hot spots for food and Halloween fun while in Kansas City!
Here are some great food spots…if you don’t believe us take it from these industry greats and loyal Pulse snapchat followers!
1. Jack Stack Barbecue – $$
Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue is a small chain of barbecue restaurants, catering, private dining facilities, and nationwide shipper of barbecue located in the metropolitan area of Kansas City, Missouri.
“American Royal visitors get ready for some awesome Kansas City barbecue. It’s one of my KC favorites, not only great food, but a neat rustic atmosphere in the historic freight house. I would go for the cheesy corn as your side and a stock of onion rings to start.”
Amy Cowan, Youth Activities Director, American Hereford Association
4747 Wyandotte Street, Kansas City, MO
2. Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse – $$$
Upscale Brazilian chain for all-you-can-eat meat carved tableside plus an extensive salad bar.
“Everything about Fogo de Chão is great. If you haven’t been, let me explain. Start your meal off with a salad bar featuring different varieties of aged cheeses and salads. Then, for your main course you receive a coaster with a green side and a red side. When your coaster is flipped to the green side you better be prepared because servers will be lined up to offer you 15 different choices and cuts of meats prepare on a skewer. Hopefully you came in hungry because until you flip that coaster to the red they keep the meat coming. If you want more, flip it back to green. After all that, if you somehow have room left over, the desserts are to die for. Oh and the service is phenomenal! “
Trevor Biley, Sullivan Supply – Iowa
222 W 47th St, Kansas City, MO
3. Ponaks – $$
Popular no-frills outlet for Mexican staples & margaritas in a colorful, cantina-style setting.
“Their Margaritas will knock you down, and then make you want to come back for more!”
Bailey Clanton, National Show Coordinator, American Hereford Association- Kansas
2856 Southwest Blvd, Kansas City, MO
4. Peanut – $
Kansas City’s oldest bar and grill. Before Prohibition was repealed, in December of 1933, The Peanut existed as a speakeasy.
“The Peanut is an awesome place to eat in KC. They have the best wings, not to mention the Rueben, BLTs and Cheesy Fries!”
Summer Pieper, Office Manager, Sullivan Farms – Iowa
418 W 9th St, Kansas City, MO
5. 801 Chophouse – $$
Upscale steakhouse, one of a small chain, boasts an elegant 1920s-inspired setting & leather booths.
“This place has a great atmosphere with outstanding food. Bring the crew and enjoy a sit down meal!”
James Sullivan, New Product Development for Sullivan Supply – Iowa
71 E 14th St, Kansas City, MO
6. The Farmhouse – $
Quaint farm-to-fork restaurant featuring a seasonal menu of elevated comfort fare & patio seating.
300 Delaware Street, Kansas City, MO
7. Beer Kitchen – $
Honest food and carefully selected beer.
“Their burgers and fries are amazing not to mention the environment.”
Savannah Oglesby, Florida
435 Westport Road, Kansas City, MO
The Edge of Hell
Live Snake, Suspension Bridge and a 3-Story Slide
1300 West 12th Street
Open Unique Rooms and a Werewolf Forest
1401 West 13th Street
Classic Horror Film setting with life-like scenes
1222 West 12th Street
Worlds of Fun – Halloween Haunt
Mazes, Scare Zones, Rides and Shows
4545 Worlds of Fun Ave.