Food & Drink in Independence


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  • Smokehouse Barbecue
    Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at Smokehouse Barbecue, a down-home barbecue joint in Independence. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. You'll find a wonderful selection of drinks from Smokehouse Barbecue's full bar to top off your meal. If you're in need of a booster seat, Smokehouse Barbecue's got you covered. This is a great spot for the whole family. Smokehouse Barbecue goes easy on the dress code — business casual is expected, so no need to squeeze into your finest attire. You can also have Smokehouse Barbecue cater your next event. What's that you hear? It's carryout at Smokehouse Barbecue. The parking options near Smokehouse Barbecue are quick and painless. Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
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    19000 E 39th St S
    Independence, MO US
  • Lucia's La Taquera
    Corn tortillas filled with meat, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese rest peacefully on a plate, unsuspecting of the fate that awaits them, when suddenly they find themselves in the hot embrace of a deep-fryer. What emerges is not merely a taco, but Lucia’s Famous Taco, a crunchy confection and, like many of Lucia’s dishes, a twist on a classic Mexican dish.
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    600 E US Hwy. 24
    Independence, MO US
  • Country Lane Bulk Food
    Country Lane Bulk Foods weaves delicate webs of nostalgia with more than 20 flavors of locally churned ice cream and hand-crafted treats from Amish communities throughout the country. Frozen mounds of sweet cream flavored with fudge brownies, cinnamon, or blueberry muffins fill cones and dishes in the shop?s charming caf?. A plethora of pickled vegetables that hail from the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country and local Amish and Mennonite communities range from watermelon rind ($5.29) to bread 'n' butter pickles ($4.49), tastefully stretching vinegar?s usefulness beyond the usual boundaries of powering science-fair volcanoes. Pickled okra ($5.49) or beets ($4.89?$6.99) and spicy ginger snaps ($1.64/12 oz.) tingle tongues, and rolled butter ($4.29/10 oz. or $8.90/2 lbs.) evokes sentimental memories of antique butter churns checking their pagers.
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    17525 E US Highway 24
    Independence, MO US
  • Fun Town Factory
    A feast of family-friendly amusement, Fun Town Factory teems with arcade games, inflatables, a kids dance floor, and a panoply of pizza and confections. Like pigtailed popcorn kernels, children can bounce and tumble within the buoyant walls of an inflatable house or swoosh down a safe, air-filled incline. Tykes can scale a climbing wall to finally overcome their fear of walls or zap boredom with air hockey, skee-ball, and interactive video games in the arcade arena.
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    18106 E Bundschu Rd
    Independence, MO US
  • Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits
    Currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, Popeyes remains the flavorful lovechild of Cajun and Creole cooking, serving up a wide-ranging menu. Connoisseurs of crispiness can stick with Popeyes? famous New Orleans?style fried chicken meals ($4.49?$6.89) surrounded with savory sides ($1.59?$3.79) such as warm flaky biscuits, red beans and rice, coleslaw, mashed potatoes, Cajun rice, and more. Otherwise, slather some livers and gizzards ($2.99?$5.49) onto a biscuit and eat it, temporarily imbuing you with the chicken?s mighty strength and ability to smell time. Avian-averse appetites can feast instead on a shrimp po? boy combo ($6.19) with a pecan pie ($1.49) or Mississippi mud pie ($1.99) for dessert. And to keep your famished family from impeaching you and electing a new parent, quell multi-person appetites with bona fide family meals ($10.49?$30.99).
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    19510 E US Highway 40
    Independence, MO US
  • Curt's Market
    The resident butchers at Curt's Famous Meats serve up award-winning steaks, burgers, and homemade sausage in a 64-year-old, full-service butcher shop and deli. Meat mavens skillfully slice up choice rib-eye steaks ($13.99/lb.), Kansas City strips ($13.99/lb.), and T-bones ($12.99/lb.) that are juicier than water-cooler gossip about fresh peaches. Groupon holders can also sample sliced slab back bacon ($5.99/lb.) or stack sesame buns with 8-ounce filet burgers ($5 each). Curt's Famous Meats' enthusiastic, predominantly female staff welcomes customers' questions about how to choose the best cut, how to achieve a perfect medium rare, or how to gently demote baked potatoes to side dishes.
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    10101 E Truman Rd
    Independence, MO US

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