It's a dish that almost defies description: a burrito filled with steak, cheese, and beans, then topped half in cashew sauce and half in sweet and sour sauce. A dollop of sour cream provides the finishing touch. The name of this concoction is, naturally, the Crazy Burrito, and it's one of the many fusion specialties cooked up at Chinese Mexican Burrito.
True to its name, the casual eatery serves up a tasty combination of global food favorites. For beef curry, orange chicken, and garlic shrimp, customers turn to the menu's Chinese page. For tacos, burritos, and fajitas, they flip to the Mexican section. And there's a whole American menu for those seeking star-spangled burgers and wings. The culinary cultures meet atop plates in the restaurant's signature Chinese Mexican burritos, which wrap up ingredients such as lemon chicken and sweet and sour sauce in south-of-the-border flavors.
Heroes Coffee roasts, blends, and brews gourmet coffees from around the globe, giving back whenever possible by sharing profits with humanitarian organizations. The shop's artisan roasts fill mugs with flavors that range from light, citrusy notes to dark, brooding cowbell solos. Monin syrups and sauces transform lattes into potable sweets, and Dr. Smoothie wares infuse smoothies with luscious fruits, such as pineapples, mangoes, and blackberries. In addition to serving its coffee drinks at its own retail shops, Heroes Coffee fortifies other cafés with Astoria espresso machines, paper cups, and shot-put-ready airpots.
Described by Kansas City Golf Tournament & Travel Magazine as "Ozark Mountain golf at its finest," LedgeStone Country Club’s course boasts a satisfying combination of both picturesque scenery and challenging design. The course’s "front and back nines flow seamlessly," and welcome guests during peak golfing season and even during traditional golfer hibernation months, either on the greens or inside the 27,000-square-foot clubhouse. There, visitors will find a pool, tennis courts, and a restaurant.
At Mitsu Neko Fusion Cuisine and Sushi Bar, diners savor Japanese delicacies of spicy crab, flavorful albacore tuna, and savory black tobiko. Guests chow down on American sushi-fusion inventions including cream-cheese philadelphia rolls or zesty california rolls. They can also dig in to morsels of black-cod, squid, and smoked-salmon nigiri freshly fished from the ocean or courageously stolen from the paws of nearby bears. Dessert is equally inventive, as the restaurant serves familiar meal cappers from outside the Japanese culinary tradition, such as puffed sugar cookies and crème brûlée.
The enormous menu at Shorty Small's is home to a whole array of Southern-inspired comfort food, but what they're perhaps best known for is barbecue. Piled high with seasoned fries, baked beans, a cheesy biscuit, and slaw, plates crowd with tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs or marinated pulled pork topped with tangy barbecue sauce. Shorty Small's also has a full selection of imported and domestic beers, as well as wine by the glass and nonalcoholic beverages for shorties.
248 Take and Bake prepares full, hearty meals for patrons to cook up and serve at home. Wings and salads prime appetites for thin-crust buffalo chicken, Hawaiian, or build-your-own pizzas. 248 Take and Bake completes meals with bags of kettle corn, containers of cookie dough, and gallons of sweet tea.