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KC AutoGlass dispatches its crew of certified technicians to driveways across the greater Kansas City area to repair and replace busted windshields and windows and service other auto glass needs. They expertly mend minor rock chips and cracks up to the size of a nickel, also keeping the cracks from spidering into larger problems. For bigger jobs, they replace entire windshields with new or used auto glass. Technicians also replace broken side mirrors, ensuring that the looking glass continues to tell the driver exactly who's the fairest of them all.

1300 Northeast 113th Terrace
Kansas City,
MO
US

How much can a 10-inch tortilla hold? In the case of Cisco's Cantina's SD–style burrito, a lot more than you might think. This crowd favorite starts with a bed of rice, beans, and avocado, to which chefs add plenty of chihuahua cheese, red or green sauce, and piles of carnitas or carne asada.

The rest of Cisco's Mexican food is equally hearty, if not quite as intimidating. Lemon vinaigrette adds zest to the California-inspired fish tacos, and a pork chili sauce spices up servings of huevos rancheros. Guests often linger in the cantina even after the kitchen closes, splashing their faces with salsa to stay awake past midnight as they sample the bar's 75 tequilas.

10235 N Oak Trfy
Kansas City,
MO
US

Insight Eyecare Specialties equips patients with major brands of both European- and American-designer frames in various styles and colors. Each set of peepers is matched up with eyewear that provides the right look and fit while maximizing visual clarity. Browse top-flight designer frames such as Prada ($249–$349), Coach ($209–$369), and Versace ($219–$299) or alleviate a droopy brow with Nike ($209–$249) and Guess ($149–$209) eyewear. Insight Eyecare also boasts a selection of single-vision lenses ($65+) and assorted shades for shielding eyes against falling drops of sun. With frame materials ranging from titanium and stainless steel to plastic, customers can find blinkers to fit all budgets and lifestyles, whether they’re looking for glasses to wear occasionally or for a durable pair that can withstand territorial duels with bighorn rams.

10217 North Oak Trafficway
Kansas City,
MO
US

At Island Tan?s three locations, clients can achieve an all-over bronze through the sunless medium of their choice. The staffers at all three spaces aid customers in choosing one of five levels of UV-tanning beds?including high-pressure and standup beds?and the accompanying lotions best suited to their skin types. Some locations boast UV-free tanning options in Mystic Tan booths or airbrush spray-tanning stations that darken hides with Norvell solutions. They also book red-light therapy sessions, which are designed to fade stretch marks and reduce fine lines formed from trying to win staring contests with the sun.

10211 N Oak Trfy
Kansas City,
MO
US

Whether picked up or delivered to the party's front door, bounce houses and 24-foot-long obstacle courses inflate quickly with a simple plug into a standard outlet. Affordable Inflatables of Kansas City's bright, colorful party pleasers let kids and gate-crashing squirrels tire themselves out throughout hours of safe, gravity-defying fun. In addition to its inflatable rentals, the company also stocks popcorn, cotton-candy, and snow-cone machines to gild fetes with a festive patina.

10306 North Main Street
Kansas City,
MO
US

"Shotmaking is really what's dying in modern golf," said Eric Iverson, the course architect behind Staley Farms GC's 18-hole track, citing a problem that he set out to remedy when designing the course. He sculpted the 7,267-yard layout with an eye for subtleties, firm terrain, and contours that invite multiple shots to achieve the same end?provided the golfer has the imagination to envision them. Iverson also bristles at the idea of a "signature hole," and perhaps he has a point; this course has too many gems to shine the spotlight on one in particular. The inventive design is plain from the very beginning. A 460-yard dogleg left, the first hole starts the action off with a teaser of a tee shot: aim to the right portion of the fairway and you're likely to be safe, or aim left and attempt to cut the corner while risking losing the ball in heavy grass. These are the types of mental challenges that Iverson built into the course, which offers five tee options to cater to players of different skill levels.

The course sits in the shadow of a handsome clubhouse forged from stone and wood that would not be out of place at a ski resort. The facility includes banquet rooms, a bar and grill, and a weight room.

10310 N Olive St
Kansas City,
MO
US