Tanner’s Bar and Grill suppresses sports-loving stomachs with its menu of tantalizing pub fare and cold brews. Kick off consumption with an appetizer such as the full order of Lots-O-Nachos ($7.99) or a half-order of mozzarella sticks ($4.49). Entreewise, Tanner's deep-fried charred jumbo wings ($8.99 for 10) prove that the chicken crossed the road only to tame your taste buds, while the one-pound Maniac Cheese Booga ($10.99) places a bunk bed of hamburger patties alongside a strewn-about toy chest of fries. Meat mavens can also nosh on a pulled pork sandwich ($7.49) or filet mignon ($19.99) before further exacting dominance over dairy animals with ice cream ($1.79).
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J. Murphy's Irish Pub commands the attention of whistle-wetters and famished fare-seekers alike with a broad bar selection and a menu with an array of burgers, steaks, and other entrees that caters to both Old World and Stateside tastes. Silence boisterous bellies with the Gaelic fish and chips, served with Irish curls and rough-and-tumble tartar sauce ($9.99), or opt for the Guinness stew, a rib-sticking mélange of beef and veggies partnered with Ireland’s number one beer and sports drink ($7.99+). Bar-side big-screen TVs allow patrons to surveil the activities of professional athletes and commercial spokespeople, and individual televisions in each booth prevent sitters from having to share their televised views with strange eyeballs. The selection of sippables includes 20 Irish whiskies, 20 wines by the glass, and 20 beers on tap to help wash down the savories and drown trouble-making gullet gremlins.
With a hodgepodge of American favorites, Kobi's Bar and Grill slings juicy cuts and cold libations to hearty appetites in the biker scene. Like a body-building orange, a bevy of meaty menu items flex juicy muscles, with fan favorites such as the Monster pork tender, a 12-ounce hand-breaded pork loin on a homemade bun ($8.49). Fire-hydrant mouths work overtime on Octane Boosters, a 12-piece artillery of buffalo sauce-soaked chicken wings paired with ranch or blue cheese dressing ($7.99, $8.99 for breaded). Enjoy a double-decker delicacy with the bacon-wrapped pork chop, featuring a 12-ounce succulent slab coddled between two pieces of smoky bacon ($13.99). For those who prefer home-cooked tastes, the chili and grilled cheese satiates stomachs with a pretzel bun and hearty concoction of spices ($5.49), and the daily cheesecake stops sweet teeth from morphing into underfed fangs.
Bottle12 Wine Bar's knowledgeable libation lecturers escort imbibers through an array of flavorful varietals. Assemble a band of wine-minded merrymakers or finally make use of at-home cloning kits to populate a Classes with Glasses course, which politely introduces pupils to three diverse wines. Each 90-minute class touches on essential vino factoids such as typical traits of specific regions, how to make effective food pairings, and more accurate methods of plotting future bottle purchases. Each pupil can complement leggy swigs with an expertly paired appetizer, chosen by the lecturer from the bar’s gourmet menu. Students enamored of a particular vintage need not adopt a glass-half-empty worldview, as additional pours of wine, beer, food, or merchandise are available for purchase. Tutorials are capped at 16 people or 32 sentient corks.
At Screenland, campy and classic are rarely mutually exclusive terms. The movie theater serves as a cinematic time machine, transporting spectators through the history of Hitchcock's mysteries and straight into the heyday of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Though it also shows current titles, its schedule is often beholden to audience whims—the Crossroads location hosts new independent films that are uniquely screened at this sole location. This dual devotion to cherished and modern flicks helped Screenland earn the 2012 Readers' Choice award for Best Movie Theater from the Pitch.
Even outside the projection room, nostalgia rules. More than 40 games, from Donkey Kong to Missile Command, test dexterity at the Crossroads location's retro arcade, where guests can purchase passes to play indefinitely or until Frogger finally flags down a cab. Photographs taken by former Kansas City mayor Dick Berkley accompany historical trivia in the adjacent gallery, and celebrity handprints mark the outdoor patio. Greeting cinephiles out front is a marquee salvaged from the Isis Theatre, just as it once greeted a young Walt Disney when he shared his early animations there.
Wedding receptions and corporate meetings alike have taken advantage of the theater's capacity for private functions. At both exclusive and public events, however, a full-service bar supplies guests with libations, cracking open bottles of Boulevard Pale Ale and Tallgrass Velvet Rooster.