Coffee & Treats in Grandview


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Since its inception as a home-décor boutique in 1987, Country Keepsakes Tea Room has rotated a roster of first-rate comfort food in a cozy, familial setting. Eclectic tablecloths and warm lighting complement the comforting menu, which, like Monday’s placement in the sequence of days, changes every week. Chef Beverly Bruce assembles the Keepsake quiche by filling a potato crust with broccoli, ham, and cheese, then sending it to tables on side-dish wings made of tossed salad and freshly baked bread ($8.79). Tuck into a classic with the chicken-fried chicken, a pan-fried chicken breast accompanied by gravy-drenched mashed potatoes and green beans ($9). Polish off a noontime meal with a sweet item from the rotating dessert menu, including the luscious, always-available triple-lemon pie.
501 Main St
Belton,
MO
US
While Butterfly Kisses Baking's staff avidly serves its local customers by decorating cakes, cupcakes, and cookies, the people they most proudly cater to are military troops. The shop allocates 20% of its profits to providing care packages for servicemen and women abroad. They build those funds by enticing customers with the sweetness packed into their various treats, which include peppermint-bark cupcakes, lemon sugar cookies, and cake pops themed after the flavors of cereal, cookies, and candy bars. Bakers are on hand to help clients create custom desserts including themed cakes that might light up a child’s face on his birthday or fondant scenes so real you’d consider buying a time share there.
301 Main St.
Belton,
Missouri
US
With Ceramic Cafe supplying the pottery, paints, and kiln, all customers need to bring is their imaginations. This paint-your-own pottery studio gives families a chance to add color to figurines, bowls, and vases. They can paint things like a piggy bank and the expert staff will glaze and fire the creation in a kiln to get it ready for everyday use. Glass-fusing classes use similar techniques, letting customers design their own colorful glass plates and bowls.
9425 Mission Road
Leawood,
KS
US
Handcrafted confections and aromatic coffees decorate the charming Natasha's Mulberry & Mott storefront, channeling the vintage vibe and sophistication of a French patisserie. Each artfully rendered treat on the menu is handmade fresh daily by head pastry engineer Natasha Goellner, who uses her background in fine arts and classical culinary training to concoct elegant, delectable dainties. Arouse comatose taste buds with a miraculous pairing of the flaky pain au chocolate croissant ($2.75) with a tasty latte ($2.75), and then freeze the good feeling with a cryogenic mango sherbet ($4.95 per pint). The array of pastel-colored French macarons ($1.95) reflects the store's multihued interiors, and each strawberry éclair ($2.50) has been harvested fresh from Paris's strudel orchards. Outside, the delightful patio fosters al fresco conversation over a coffee ($1.50 small, $1.80 large).
10573 Mission Rd
Leawood,
KS
US
Paciugo's Latin motto, ante dunio dessertium—meaning before dinner, dessert—neatly summarizes its liberal three-scoops attitude. Its luscious cold creams contain 70% less fat than premium ice cream, thus making it 130% more OK to consume several consecutive pints' worth. A dessert that meets the FDA's standards for healthfulicious food, Paciugo's Turin recipes employ fresh and all-natural ingredients coupled with the finest fruit, nuts, chocolates, and more to churn up scrumptious orbs of sweet sustenance. The gelaterie's menu ushers taste buds toward small piccolo cups ($3.69) with four scoops and up to four different flavors, such as black raspberry, amaretto chocolate chip, chocolate black-cherry swirl, black-pepper olive oil, Mediterranean sea-salt caramel, chocolate-orange saffron, and many more. The medio size includes four scoops and up to four different flavors in a larger size ($4.29). Go for not really that broke with a espresso shake ($5.49) Each of Paciugo's rich, creamy delights is made from whole milk, soy, and water, and no-sugar-added options are available so that a suitable flavor can match with any dietary need, unless you're allergic to joy.
5260 W 116th Pl
Leawood,
KS
US
The Roasterie Café commits itself to supporting small, specialty-coffee-bean farmers around the world and employing a convection air-roasting method to help ensure smoothness and consistency. Customers can take bags of dry beans, such as Super Tuscan Espresso ($12.65 per 12 oz. bag), home for private brewing, or they can perk up with signature drinks that include Brooksider Bob, a mélange of mint, chocolate, and espresso ($3.85 for 12 oz.). Fruit smoothies such as Mandarin Passion ($4.15 for 16 oz.) inspire slurpers to throw regular-sized oranges in a dryer, and coolers such as Thrilla Vanilla ($4.50 for 16 oz.) calm urges for chilled caffeine. The coffee mecca rounds out its extensive menu with bagels and pastries, as well as more than 20 different flavors of loose-leaf and sachet teas.
4511 West 119th Street
Leawood,
KS
US
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