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American
6 reviews
Contemporary cuisine served in a sumptuous, glass-enclosed room in Kansas City. — Gayot
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Vegan and Vegetarian
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“Wonderful” farm-to-table cuisine is matched by an “excellent” selection of organic wines at this Westside Eclectic run by “folks who really care”. — Zagat
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European
7 reviews
One of the most romantic restaurants in Kansas City, Mano and Barbara Rafael’s French bistro in the River Market brings Paris to the Paris of the Plains. — Afar Magazine
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Italian
5 reviews
Try the three-pasta sampler, delivered to your plate straight from the kitchen via a frying pan (you can have as much as you wish) or the very popular veal shanks. — Frommer's
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American
4 reviews
“Wait times can be hell” at these traditional Americans famous for “sinfully” “outstanding pan-fried chicken” (“only outdone by the gravy!”) that's “fit for kings but affordable for families". — Zagat
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American
5 reviews
Ribs & fixings served in a gas station. — Zagat
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American
4 reviews
The local provenance of the food at this excellent restaurant is listed at the top of the menu. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
4 reviews
A casual dining room with celebrity autographs on the wall offers such dishes as tortellini Gina (stuffed with prosciutto, cheese, and chicken). — Fodor's
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Cafe
4 reviews
There's “something for everyone” at this Country Club Plaza American offering an “enormous” menu of “enjoyable” eats. — Zagat
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Italian
3 reviews
The kitchen crafts a menu of fresh, wood-fired seafood plus a lighter menu of salads, soups, bisques and sandwiches during the day. — Gayot
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American
5 reviews
Although there are more than 100 barbecue joints in Kansas City, Bryant's—low on decor but high on taste—tops the list for locals, who don't mind standing in long lines to order at the counter. — Fodor's
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European
5 reviews
The menu offers authentic house-made schnitzels and wursts, as well as fantastic classics like Hungarian beef with spaetzle. — Tasting Table
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Cafe
3 reviews
The seasonally changing menu, hailed as one of KC’s best, utilizes local organic produce. — Where
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American
4 reviews
Turning out “creative” American plates worth “dreaming about”, this Westsider is declared “fit for foodies”; a “helpful but not hovering” staff adds to the “laid-back atmosphere”. — Zagat
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American
4 reviews
Classically creative comfort food utilizing the “tip-to-tail” philosophy and lots of local ingredients, including the amazing Green Dirt Farm cheeses. — Where
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Cafe
3 reviews
The food is as imaginative as the space, with items such as monstrous pear-pecan pancakes with smoky bacon; a BLT fattened up with a fried egg; and an array of salads loaded with toppings. — Gayot
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American
3 reviews
“Fabulous” comfort food with a French twist dominates the “limited” yet frequently changing blackboard menu (“much more than pot pies”) at this “unpretentious” bistro in Westport. — Zagat
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American
2 reviews
“Barbecue nuts” flock to these hotspots for “crazy good” meats with “perfect” smoky flavor, plus the cheesy corn bake and other “unrivaled sides”, served amid “clubby decor”. — Zagat
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Italian
3 reviews
Tuck in at this arty café for nicely turned out lamb, pork, salmon, chicken, scallops, flatbreads, salads and soups. — Where
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American
3 reviews
A “BBQ legend” in a “BBQ town”, this “down-to-earth” mainstay on the Westside boasts an affordable roster of “top-tier” meats (the “best burnt ends”) and sauce that's “a little spicier than most”. — Zagat
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