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On this site since 1991, we offer great food, even greater beer, friendly & comfortable atmosphere, karaoke (yes it still lives) on Thursday nights, live music most weekends, sports on our wall sized big screen & pool tables if you're still bored. Keep up with it all by subscribing to our e-newsletter - on the website!

206 Choctaw St
Leavenworth,
KS
US

An eclectic marriage between modern fare and saloon-style ambience, R Bar & Restaurant combines Americana tradition with award-winning recipes and innovative cocktails. Alex Pope, awarded by The Pitch as the best chef in Kansas City-2010 concocted a robust dinner menu of hearty dishes such as the house-made bratwurst and cheddar cheese, packed in fried mustard bread, smoked beet and pine syrup ($10). The braised turkey pot pie hogties a traditional favorite with brie, black truffles, celery root, grapes and truffle sauce ($19), and carb-toting cowpoke stock their 10-gallon GladWare with smoked egg noodles adorned with sweet potatoes, ricotta, walnuts, sage and brown butter ($17). Bend an elbow at R Bar’s bar, which has been voted one of Esquire's best bars in America, with a cocktail menu of potent, old-time favorites such as the Mule, a blend of Sobieski vodka, fresh lime juice, and ginger beer served in a copper mug ($8.50), and the Prescription Julip infused with rye whiskey, cognac, gum syrup, and sugar with a zing of mint ($11).

1617 Genessee St
Kansas City,
MO
US

Sponsored by the ACF Kansas City Chef’s Association, the annual Best of Kansas City Chefs benefit lets guests meet and taste the signature dishes of the area's best culinary masterminds. This year’s food venues—which range from Jon Russell’s Barbeque to the Dark Horse Distillery—satisfy appetites with samples from some of Kansas City’s best restaurants, and pairs of celebrity chefs—including Kevin Gillespie from Bravo’s Top Chef and multiple James Beard nominee Colby Garrelts of bluestem Restaurant—throw down in epic duels between skillets. During the three-hour event, attendees may also participate in live and silent auctions for a chance to win a BeefEater two-burner grill from event sponsor Smoke 'n' Fire—a prize valued at $800.

30 W Pershing Rd
Kansas City,
Missouri
US

With an extensive American-grill menu, 17 beers on tap, and daily food and drink specials, 64 Tavern & Grill is well equipped to handle game days. Most morsels are crafted from scratch in the kitchen, which produces four signature burgers, four specialty pizzas, and three sauces to smother on wings. As diners cut into chicken-fried chicken or 10-ounce, USDA Choice KC strip steaks, they gaze at high-definition flat screens to watch football games or groove to the tunes of live DJs, depending on the event calendar.

6312 N Chatham Ave.
Kansas City,
MO
US

Bearing the name of its two owners, Nick & Nino's Pub is welcoming and unpretentious, serving up scratch-made food and cold craft beers on tap in a 7,000-square-foot loft-like space that hosts live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., the chefs serve up a menu of classic American pub fare, including hand-formed burgers and fries, the fan-favorite stuffed and fried mushrooms, and hefty entrees such as a 14 oz. ribeye.

10022 Northwest Ambassador Drive
Kansas City,
MO
US

Inspired by the underground jazz and improv piano clubs of the 1940s and 50s, The Barrel House swings its showgoers' spirits skyward with an array of piano-pounding talent. Each keyboard combatant can duel through a repertoire of hits that numbers in the hundreds, from The Beatles to Beyonce. Its VIP rooms offer premium views of the heated harmonics and vary in size, amenities, and vocal scatting propensities. The Blue Moon Lounge and Crown Royal house up to 50 tune-loving patrons, feature private bars and bartenders and three 46" TVs a piece (a $300 value each); the Jägermiester Lounge (a $250 value) and Boulevard (a $200 value) can host up to 20 patrons, sporting speak-easy styling, private servers, and a proximity to the stage that ensures requests won't go unheard. Like a vaudevillian tobogganing down sand dunes in a suit, The Barrel House calls to mind the carefree, classy clubs of yesteryear: it's 5,000 foot playing space features rich crimson and tan walls, replete with old wood barrels and stools, making it ideal for relaxing with friends or watching said friends jitterbug joyously.

729 New Hampshire St
Lawrence,
KS
US