Drury Inn and Suites Kansas City Stadium

3830 Blue Ridge Cutoff, Kansas City, Missouri, 64133, United States
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Forum Posts

Dinner Out

by mldcrid

We are trying to pick someplace fun to go out to dinner for my Birthday. I have only lived in KC for a couple of years and I am not sure where a good place is to go. We will have 5 couples in their mid to late thirties. We are not wild people. We want someplace to sit and casually have conversation and dinner and maybe a band performance in the backgroud??? Suggestions??? We would like to stay in the Johnson County area (Overland Park, Shawnee Mission, Leawood, Olathe)

RE: Dinner Out

by AcornMan

One of my favorites is the Bristol, located on 119th between Roe and Nall in the Town Center Plaza. This place is a Kansas City icon that used to be on the Plaza and then moved down south several years ago. The food is always outstanding, if a bit on the pricey side. Definitely call for reservations with that many people though.

I'll email my brother who has lived in Olathe for sevaral years and see what he might suggest and then post a follow-up later.

RE: RE: Dinner Out

by Hopkid

I was just in KC last week and met a friend at JJ's not far from the Plaza. It was nice and quiet and they have a huge wine list. There were a couple of $4000 bottles on there! Great food! No live music when I was there. Not sure if they have tunes on other nights.

J J's Restaurant
910 W 48th St, 816.561.7136

RE: RE: Dinner Out

by yooperprof

Houlihan's is a fun place with a great vibe, and the executive chef there is a wonderful VT-er, "stachicha". It's in Fairway, just off Johnson Drive and close to the former Sprint HQ. Or if you're in the mood for Mexican, I can recommend Panzon's, it's out in Lenexa on the SW corner of 87th and Lackman.

RE: Dinner Out

by AcornMan

Here are the recommendations from my brother (he also seconded the Bristol)...

There's also a great restaurant called Yia-Yia's across from Town Center Plaza on the other side of 119th. For Italian. I'd recommend Garozzo's on College at 69 hwy. I've been there with big groups before. If they're looking for somewhere less expensive, Oklahoma Joe's is THE best barbecue in KC and they just opened a location in Olathe. And for Mexican, Dos Reales at 75th and Antioch is our favorite. Both of those would qualify as "fun" places. Another great place is Nick & Jakes. It's half sports bar, half nice restaurant, but it's all very nice and the food is great. It's about average pricewise, and has a good variety of food.

Travel Tips for Kansas City

You must eat some BBQ. ...

by kcpowercat

You must eat some BBQ. Bryants, Gates, it doesn't matter, this is where you get the best BBQ in the world.

Also, you've got to see the Plaza. It is truly one of the gems of the midwest. When I'm away from KC, I miss the food, the people, and just overall the city. It is almost the perfect size.....not as big as New York, but with every major feature and amenity you would ever need.

It truly is the best kept secret in the U.S.

Bartle Hall Pylons - "Hair Curler Art"

by yooperprof

In the 1990s Kansas City's convention center, Bartle Hall, was expanded southward across the I-670 freeway. An innovative use of steel cables helps to secure the section of the building which extends over the highway lanes. As a result of a new city mandate (1% for art), there was a considerable amount of money in the budget to be spent on artworks associated with the project. Hence the prominent sculptures atop the structural pylon which locals affectionately (?) refer to as "hair curler art."

The work was created by a prominent New York based artist, R.M. Fischer. (His work can also be seen at Battery Park City in lower Manhattan.) Although it is hard to tell from a distance, the pylons are 230 feet high, and the individual sculptural units each the height of a medium-sized tree - 30 to 40 feet. They were put in place by helicopter. Certainly, the city does not need to worry about the possibility of vandalism for these public sculptures.

(It's interesting how in this view the pylons "echo" the form of the nearby Kansas City Power & Light Building. Although from this angle they appear to be the same height, the KCP & L structure is acutally twice as tall.)

Tribute to Early Explorers

by basstbn

I'm putting this monument in the off the beaten path category because few Kansas City citizens know it actually exists, or if so, where it is.

This statue pays tribute to explorers Lewis and Clark, and to their Indian woman guide Sacajewa. In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson engaged Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean. Following the Missouri River, they encountered the area known as Kaw's Mouth, now Kansas City.

This monument is located in Case Park high on a bluff overlooking the spot where the Kaw (Kansas) River empties into the Missouri River.

On Jefferson Street north of 9th Street in the Quality Hill area of downtown Kansas City.

Leavenworth

by BruceDunning

The downtown has a nice preserved historic district. It is show in the attached. The city is the first in Kansas founded in 1854. It was used as a fort outpost for years, and the fort is still active today. The fort was erected in 1827, and they used to provide goods and drop off point for settlers going west. It also was a staging fort for fighting the Plains Indians for 30 years. A large cemetery was established in 1862 by Lincoln, as a memorial to the Civil War. The fort is on 5,634 acres.

Food/Bar/Dancing/Salsa

by HJ_ about Micocina

This is a great place. Its a mexican restaurant by day and by night it turns into a crowded bar with a dance club downstairs. Only thing sometimes its hard to get downstairs without knowing someone or the mangager but if you do get down there they play lots of salsa and dance music and its good times. You will see alot of the elite sport players of kansas city pop up here. no requirements but people tend to dress a little nicer.

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Address: 3830 Blue Ridge Cutoff, Kansas City, Missouri, 64133, United States