Kansas City’s Best Food Near Sports Venues

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No matter what team you’re cheering for, these restaurants will fuel you up for game time

BRGR, a new restaurant that will open near the Sprint Center this summer, will serve gourmet burgers.

Whether you’re headed to the speedway or planning on cheering for the Chiefs, Royals, or Mavericks (or any of their opponents), good food is a necessity. But eating well isn’t just about filling up; it’s also about having a good time while enjoying your game/race day in Kansas City.

Next time you’re in town, skip the lines and sky-high prices at the venue for one of these nearby and tasty options:

  • Bristol Seafood Grill
    Two blocks from the Sprint Center, this second location of one of the city’s iconic restaurants, offers "the area’s freshest premium seafood, prime steaks, and an impressive wine selection." According to their website, they work with experienced fishmongers and "artisan producers" to serve top-quality seafood. They’re open seven days a week and offer a Sunday brunch. Their fish and chips with Boulevard Pale Ale-battered haddock, french fries, apple-celery root slaw, mango tartare, and malt vinegar is at the top of our game day list.
  • BRGR Kitchen + Bar
    Opening a location near the Spring Center this summer, BRGR is a new gourmet burger joint that serves a "modern" and grown-up version of the classic American staple. They’re open every day except Monday for lunch and dinner, and serve a Sunday brunch until 2 p.m. They serve a few other American favorites (a build-your-own mac and cheese, for example), but if we’re going for the burgers, we’d choose the Sheboygan: a ground chuck and shortrib blend patty with fried cheese curds, bacon sausage, and Wisconsin Cheddar mustard served on a pretzel bun.
  • Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen
    Close to the Kansas Speedway and the Sporting Park, Jazz, A Louisiana Kitchen is an "authentic French Quarter café featuring fine Cajun/Creole cuisine" as well as live music. The Kansas City outlet is part of a small chain of restaurants that have been serving "the taste, sights, and sounds of New Orleans" for more than 25 years. They’re open daily and offer a NOLA finger-food classic: beignets (plain and stuffed).

Mexican Restaurants in Kansas City

Hispanic culture and cuisine are integral to Kansas City. The Mexican population — the largest immigrant population in the metro area — has made a profound and positive local impact. And if you’re looking for a good Mexican restaurant in Kansas City, you don’t have to look far.

Mexican food in Kansas City is everywhere. You can find it on the north side and in Overland Park — from the far reaches of KCK to Independence. There are more than 52,000 Kansas Citians of Hispanic descent. The Kansas City Hispanic community has a history that goes back to the 1800s. The most significant boom in immigration occurred when railyards were in their heyday, with Kansas City being one of the most important rail hubs in the country. One major line connected to Mexico and became heavily trafficked by Hispanic immigrants looking to start a life in KC. Over the years, this community has helped mold Kansas City into what it is today, and that is potentially most noticeable in the food scene.

You’re in the right place if you are looking for Mexican restaurants in Kansas City, Mo., and the surrounding area. This guide will point you in the right direction.

A Walk Down the Boulevard

If you want to get to the heart and history of Kansas City’s Mexican restaurants, you have to start on Southwest Boulevard. This historic street cuts through the heart of Kansas City, charting a diagonal path west across the Crossroads, running under I-35 and carrying on for several miles. All along the Boulevard there are local restaurants and businesses — perhaps most famously Boulevard Brewing Company, Kansas City’s hometown beer.

Southwest Boulevard is also home to one of the best collections of Mexican restaurants in Kansas City. You have plenty of options to choose from:

The Historic Northeast

The majority of Kansas City, Missouri’s Hispanic population resides on the northeast side of downtown. This collection of neighborhoods — Pendleton Heights, Scarritt, Indian Mound, Blue Valley — is also home to many great hole-in-the-wall Kansas City Mexican restaurants.

Take a drive down Independence Avenue heading east and you’ll see plenty. You could choose from options like:

We haven’t even reached the end of Mexican restaurants in these neighborhoods, but that’s probably already too much to start with. Plus, we still have one more area of Kansas City to talk about.

Armourdale, Riverview and Kensington

On the other side of the state line, Kansas City, Kansas, (KCK) is full of vibrant and historic Hispanic communities. If you’re looking for authentic Mexican restaurants in Kansas City and neglect the western half of the metro, you’re missing out. These neighborhoods used to be cities of their own until they were joined together to form KCK. Armourdale was one of the main hopping-off points of the major railroad that connected to Mexico, and many Hispanic immigrants settled in this area.

Today, that heritage lives on through the amazing Mexican restaurants you can find in KCK:

More Mexican Restaurants in Kansas City, Missouri

Southwest Boulevard, Northeast KC and KCK are three great hubs of Mexican food in Kansas City — but there are so many more Mexican restaurants in KC. Not that you need anymore, because you’ll need quite the appetite to cross off the Kansas City Mexican restaurants we’ve already listed. But, for good measure, here are some more Mexican joints around the Kansas City area:

Mexican Dishes to Try

What should you order at a Mexican restaurant in Kansas City? We all know the basics: tacos, burritos and quesadillas. But if you are willing to dig a little deeper, and be a bit more adventurous, here are a few menu items to keep an eye out for:

  • Chilaquiles: Fresh, crisp tortilla chips tossed in either a red or green sauce, sometimes served with pulled chicken or pork
  • Huevos Rancheros: fried eggs served on top of corn, rice and flour tortillas, topped with a healthy pour of red sauce and peppers
  • Mole: A traditional Mexican sauce with many variations and differing levels of spiciness, served slathered over chicken along with friend rice and black beans
  • Enmolada: An old-school Oaxaca (pronounced wa-ha-ka) dish, shredded chicken and cotija cheese are stuffed inside a rolled, fried tortilla and slathered with mole sauce

Are you hungry now? Good, because there are so many Mexican restaurants in KC waiting for you.

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At Donutology, kids of all ages can pick from thousands of different flavor combinations to perfect their own mini donut creations. Popular options include strawberry icing, bacon bits and cookies & cream.

Child-sized cheese or pepperoni pies plus delicious gelato is perfect for kiddos visiting Spin! Neapolitan Pizza, a regional favorite available in Crown Center, Olathe and Overland Park, among others locations.

Travel to 39 th Street West to sample Mongolian cuisine at Genghis Khan, where guests create one-of-a-kind masterpieces by choosing from 25 different vegetables, 12 meat options and 15 spices and noodles.

The kid’s menu at Nick and Jake’s is split into two different categories: one for “little leaguers” and the other for “big leaguers.” Younger children can count on favorites such as peanut butter & jelly and chicken fingers while older kids will appreciate baby back ribs, steak and spaghetti, among other options.

Let kids build their own biscuit at Heirloom Bakery & Hearth, a Brookside mainstay known for fresh pastries and delicious biscuit sandwiches.

Special Experiences

Have your meal delivered by toy train at Fritz’s Railroad Restaurant, a favorite for families dating back to 1954. Top it off with a milkshake or Oreo sundae to really make the meal special.

Every chance you get to eat KC barbecue is a special one, and Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue is no exception. The savory ‘cue is available at five different locations, all of which cater to children thanks to kid’s meals that show off Jack Stack’s legendary flavors.

Travel east and you’ll find Independence, home to a number of historical sites, including Clinton’s Soda Fountain, an old-fashioned soda and malt shop where President Harry S. Truman worked as a young boy.

Fresh-squeezed juice and eight-layer cake at breakfast hotspot Succotash is always a reason to celebrate.

Dine and play at Chicken N Pickle, a North Kansas City eatery offering chef-driven meals and pickleball courts for all to enjoy.

Treats Galore

Sweet treats throughout the metro help you finish your day off with dessert.

Ice cream purveyor Betty Rae’s is a beloved Waldo institution. Flavors rotate seasonally but unique combos such as chicken & waffles and burnt ends round out more traditional tastes like vanilla bean and chocolate brownie.

Travel to the Country Club Plaza to sample near-endless varieties of treats at Cupcake A La Mode, including creative offerings like stuffed French toast and marshmallow fondue. Or, hit up Overland Park’s Upper Crust Pie Bakery for slices of your favorite flavors.

Children are invited to watch the candy-making process at Chip’s Chocolate Factory, known for its Kansas City Fudge and other delicious confections.

Kids and adults alike love KC Cookie Dough Madness, home to fresh-made, edible cookie dough in several different flavors.

Kansas City’s Best Food Near Sports Venues - Recipes

Looking at the majestic, Moshe Safdie-designed Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, it’s hard to believe one of downtown Kansas City’s architectural icons began as a napkin sketch. Outside, the Kauffman Center is an eye-catching part of Kansas City’s skyline. Inside the nearly 285,000-square-foot facility are two main performance halls that host everything from concerts and lectures to ballets and operas.

The Kauffman Center is home to several resident organizations, including the Kansas City Ballet, Lyric Opera and the Kansas City Symphony, and also regularly welcomes national and international performers.

Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Affectionately called the “The Rep,” the Kansas City Repertory Theatre is the professional theatre in residence at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and, for more than five decades, has given theatre students a chance to work side-by-side with professional actors, designers and directors. Each season offers a captivating blend of performances ranging from well-known works like “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” “A Christmas Carol” and “Our Town” blended with lesser-known—but just as enjoyable—works.

As a result of the enduring success of the KC Rep, a second, smaller theatre opened in 2007: the Copaken Stage in Kansas City, giving theatre-goers even more opportunities to appreciate what’s become a mainstay in the Kansas City performing arts community.

Starlight Theatre

If you enjoy your performances and concerts al fresco, Starlight Theatre is unmatched in Kansas City. Although the theatre has welcomed performers and guests since it opened in 1950, Starlight reached a new level of prominence in 2000, when the Jeannette and Jerome Cohen Community Stage opened and welcomed Starlight’s first-ever presentation of nationally touring Broadway mega-hits.

The stage alone is reason enough for a Starlight visit: a 10-story, 12,000-square-foot stage house that’s fully enclosed and climate-controlled.

The Folly Theatre

The Folly Theatre is one of the historic gems of Kansas City’s performing arts community. After it opened in 1900, The Folly first offered vaudeville and burlesque as main attractions, later transitioning into a blend of burlesque and more traditional theatre performances and, in the late 1950s, movies.

The Folly’s stunning list of appearance credits include the Marx Bros., Humphrey Bogart and Shirley Boothstar, among others. The Folly underwent a remodeling and renovation in May of 2000, re-opening in September of that year to celebrate its 100 th anniversary.

The Coterie Theatre

Thanks to a mission that includes “redefining children’s theatre to include families and diverse audiences,” The Coterie Theatre at Crown Center has become a beloved destination for families who want their children to experience all that live theater has to offer. As a result, TIME magazine called The Coterie one of the top five theatres serving families and young audiences in the U.S.

The Coterie’s mainstage series includes performances for older students and adults, as well as those for younger audiences and families with an emphasis on new or recent works. The Coterie also serves as a performing arts lab of sorts, with programs like Coterie’s Lab for New Family Musicals, which began in 2004 with a Theatre for Young Audiences version of “Seussical,” adapted from Broadway.

The Music Hall

The Music Hall is as steeped in local history as it is in Art Deco architecture. After opening in 1936, the venue served as the main hall of the Kansas City Philharmonic for decades, and is also the home of the 1927 Robert-Morton Theatre Pipe Organ originally housed in the Midland Theatre. When you’re inside the spacious proscenium theatre, be sure to pay special attention to the Art Deco lighting fixtures, which inspired the Sky Stations atop Bartle Hall’s pylons.

Throughout the year, the Music Hall hosts a variety of performances, including touring Broadway shows, visiting symphony orchestras, ballet companies and operas, among other events.

Fishtank Performance Studio

What started out as an under-the-radar performing arts space has flourished into a haven for local writers and performers. The Fishtank offers a low-risk, low-cost environment in which work can be developed from concept to concert, including the Fishtank Residency, “open to generative performing arts focused on developing concepts for production while proactively supporting other Fishtank Residents,” according to the organization.

Given that focus on helping local creators and performers flourish, it’s no surprise that The Fishtank is located in the heart of downtown Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District, a neighborhood that’s become the epicenter for Kansas City’s creative community. The Fishtank hosts a variety of performance series throughout the year, including First Fridays at The Fishtank and the Kansas City Fringe Festival.

Yardley Hall

On the Johnson County Community College campus, Carlsen Center hosts three theaters, including Yardley Hall, a beloved local venue thanks to impressive acoustics. Inside Yardley Hall’s modern layout, the performing arts space offers an exciting and varied season that includes musicians, ballet troupes, comedians and plays. During a typical season, you might see a big-name act like Blue Man Group, a lively celebration of local culture and traditions from a group like the African Culture Connection or a visiting international orchestra.

Yardley Hall also hosts family shows, hour-long performances that are ideal for young theater-goers. In short? No matter what type of show you want to see, there’s a good chance you’ll find it at Yardley Hall.

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Tiffany Shepherd, Deputy Director American Institute of Architects (AIA), Kansas City, MO

“I just wanted to share with you how wonderful the food was… rave reviews from all who came through the buffet lines and lots of inquiries as to who catered. Thanks so much for your wonderful service and yummy food!”
Christine Pullman, Humana, Overland Park, KS

“The breakfast and lunch meals were fabulous – so tasty and your presentation and the way you served the food was so efficient and attractive. You have a ‘can do’ approach in all that you do!”
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The Cotton State is known for tomato pie, orange rolls, crab cakes, fried chicken and other indulgent creations.


The Last Frontier features fresh-caught seafood, locally grown vegetables and other bright bites.


The Sunset State offers some incredible eats, including authentic Mexican fare and colossal steaks fit for a cowboy.


The Land of Opportunity features world-class barbecue pork, creamy Possum Pie, stuffed-to-the-max tamales and more.


The Golden State is brimming with seafood stew, fish tacos, avocado toast and more fresh flavors.


The Centennial State boasts a culinary canon that encompasses Rocky Mountain oysters, elk-jalapeno sausages and more.


The Nutmeg State lures diners with local takes on lobster rolls, hot dogs, ice cream, pizza and more.


Ocean access, fertile farmland and abundant orchards mean there's plenty to feast on in the First State.


The Sunshine State is a mecca for lovers of seafood, Southern fare and island specialties.


Taste your way through the Empire State of the South with pecans, peaches, fried chicken and more.


The Aloha State is bursting with bold flavors, such as Kona coffee, shaved ice and loco moco.


The Gem State dazzles with culinary jewels like golden fries, ruby-red trout, plump huckleberries and more.


The Prairie State sizzles with international flavors inspired by Polish, Latino and other culinary traditions.


The Hoosier State is hopping with hunger-inducing eats like breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches and sugar cream pies.

The Hawk-Eye State keeps appetites soaring with spice-studded sandwiches, sweet corn and more.


The Sunflower State is blooming with tempting bites that include well-smoked barbecue ribs and chicken fried steak.


The Bluegrass State offers superb bites adorned with Southern accents, such as deviled eggs topped with smoked trout.


The Pelican State delivers distinctive eats that include seafood-studded gumbo and sugar-doused beignets.


The Pine Tree State teems with vibrant foods, such as lobster, haddock, clams and blueberries.


The Old Line State serves beyond-basic bites, such as Maryland pit beef, Cow Tales, crab cakes and more.


The Bay State is awash in apple cider doughnuts, Portuguese pastries and uber-fresh seafood, like fried clams.


The Great Lakes State makes waves with winning bites that include Detroit-style pizza and double-baked rye bread.


The North Star State shines with stellar dishes that include hearty sausages and comforting soups.


Explore the many branches of the Magnolia State's culinary scene, which is characterized by layer cakes, crawfish and more.


The Show-Me State appeals to all the senses with meat-studded pizzas, chocolate-stuffed croissants and more.


The Treasure State yields a bounty of exceptional food, including some of the best beef in the country.


Master the Cornhusker State's culinary maze with a taste of chicken-fried steak, signature sandwiches and more.


The Silver State sparkles with culinary treasures that include succulent steaks and spectacular casino spreads.

New Hampshire

The Granite State rocks it with culinary gems that include steamer clams, poutine and farmhouse pâté.

New Jersey

Plant yourself in the Garden State for a taste of tomato pie, disco fries, panzarotti and other classic plates.

New Mexico

The Land of Enchantment stokes the appetite with fiery, flavorful eats such as red chile posole and huevos rancheros.

New York

The Empire State nails it with notorious dishes that include coal-fired pizzas, bagels and lox, egg creams and hot dogs.

North Carolina

Smoky ribs, fresh-caught shrimp and plucked-from-the-tree peaches are just a few of the most-iconic treats that await.

North Dakota

Head to the Peace Garden State for seven-layer desserts, meat from the range and cheesy pasta with roots all across Europe.

The Buckeye State brings a lot to the table, including Cincinnati chili, pierogis and Polish-style sausages.


Feast like a rancher on the Sooner State's best steak, chili, chicken-fried steak and fried pies.


The Beaver State is swimming in stellar dishes made with ingredients plucked from local farms, vineyards and dairies.


The Keystone State is stuffed with meat-stacked hoagies, fry-topped salads, hand-twisted pretzels and more.

Rhode Island

The Ocean State is overflowing with iconic dishes that include dynamites, hot weiners, hermit cookies and doughboys.

South Carolina

The Palmetto State fans the appetite for Southern-accented bites like she-crab soup and peach corn muffins.

South Dakota

Chisel away at iconic eats in the Mount Rushmore State like Indian fry bread, beer-battered walleye and more.


The Volunteer State enlists fiery spices, creamy buttermilk and more for must-try dishes like hot chicken and biscuits.


The Lone Star State stands out for its big, bold flavors that shine through in the barbecue, chili and more.

The Beehive State is swarming with buzzworthy dishes, including pastrami burgers, potato tots and wild game chili.


The Green Mountain State boasts a bounty of fresh foods that are raised, crafted, caught and foraged locally.


The Old Dominion State possesses a vast territory of culinary riches like buttery oysters, golden biscuits and more.


The Evergreen State flourishes with fresh coastal seafood, eastern vineyards and, of course, abundant coffee shops.

West Virginia

The Mountain State is stacked with comforting classics such as biscuits ‘n’ gravy and homestyle meatloaf.


America's Dairyland dishes out decadent eats, including sweet-salty cheeses and spice-laden sausages.


The Cowboy State harnesses a range of unexpected flavors in its regional dishes, such as chili studded with buffalo brisket.

Other Kansas Restaurants Not as uniquely memorable, but still worth a visit

Homers Drive Inn (last visit 4/19)
1320 S 4th Street, Leavenworth, Kansas 66048 (913) 682-3034
Began in the early '30s and at present location since 1938. The malt's
are better than most, and prices are quite reasonable.

Gates & Sons Bar-B-Q (last visit 12/19)
2001 W 103rd Terrace, Leawood, Kansas 66206 - (913)383-1752
Classic old Kansas City BBQ chain

KC Grill N Kabob (last visit 2/20) photo
8611 Hauser Street, Lenexa, Kansas 66215 - (913) 541-1900
Kansas City's only Persian restaurant. Nice lunch and weekend buffet.

The Pizza Man (last visit 421)
10212 Pflumm Road, Lenexa, Kansas 66215 - (913) 492-2116
Great Chicago style dogs, Italian sandwich and thin crust pizza.

RJ's Bob-Be-Que Shack (last visit 05/20)
5835 Lamar Ave, Mission, Kansas 66202 (913) 262-7300
BBQ, southern cooking, Sunday morning breakfast

Jim's Steak House (last visit 3/19)
1912 N Broadway St, Pittsburg, Kansas 66762 (620) 231-5770
Good onion rings, fries, steaks, and prices

B.R.G.R. Kitchen and Bar (last visit 10/19)
4038 W 83rd St, Prairie Village, KS 66208 (913) 825-2747
Gourmet burgers, good onion straws & great pot roast

Bates City BBQ (last visit 5/21)
6493 Quivira Road, Shawnee, KS 66216 (913) 962-7447
I love the fresh cut French fires and great inexpensive BBQ pork ribs.

Carriage Crossing Restaurant (last visit 2/19)
10002 S Yoder Rd, Haven, Kansas 67543 (620) 465-3612

Kansas City Super Bowl Food & Drink Carryout Deals


The Super Bowl is almost here, and Kansas City Chiefs fans are serious about game day celebrations.

We know everyone is going to host or attend some sort of Super Bowl party, be it at home or in a bar and restaurant. Frugal football fans can score big with several great deals on food. Most of these are for delivery, carryout or catering so it’s super easy to feed your guests or bring something along to the shindig.

Most promos are valid on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021 at participating locations in Kansas City. In some cases, deals may be good before and/or after Super Bowl Sunday so be sure to follow the links and read carefully.

We know there are a ton of places offering Kansas City Chiefs and football-themed specialty foods including cookies, cupcakes, breads, etc. We’ve included some of these even though they don’t all fit into the cheap and cheerful category. Scroll down to see our listing.

Check back because we’re adding more Super Bowl deals every day.

Kansas City Super Bowl Food Deals

Applebee’s: Get your game face on and your wet wipes ready because Applebee’s is bringing fans 40 FREE boneless wings with your choice of wing flavor and dipping sauce with every online order of $40 or more on Feb. 7. Add the wings to your cart and use promo code BIGGAME at checkout.

BIBIBOP Asian Grill: Make sure you download the BIBIBOP Rewards app before the game, because when the Kansas Chiefs win, you’ll win a FREE bowl from BIBIBOP.

The Bristol: Bring your Super Bowl party to life with a SuperBOIL kit from The Bristol. Available for carryout at both locations (Leawood and Power & Light). See our post for more details.

Buffalo Wild Wings: Game day means wings and Buffalo Wild Wings has a variety of bundles available, including traditional wings, boneless wings and fries. Bundle up the savings here. Also, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering FREE wings if the game goes into overtime. According to Buffalo Wild Wings gaming partner BetMGM, Vegas thinks America has approximately a 10% chance of winning free wings. See our post to find out how you can score this OT deal.

Burger King: Game up without breaking the bank, with Burger King’s $1 Your Way value menu. You can create your own frugal feast for just a few dollars. Plus, the chain’s ongoing 10 nuggets for $1.49 special make for the perfect addition to any party table.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop: Baja-inspired family meals are a big score for your watch party. Fuzzy Taco Shop’s Taco Family Meals include your choice of two meats, two sides, fixings and more. Taco Family Meals come in two sizes: $35 serves 4-6 and $50 serves 6-8. Plus, dip into FREE guacamole with the purchase of any Taco Family Meal or Chips & Queso Party Tray on Feb. 6 and 7. For online orders, use promo code SUPERGUAC at checkout.

Hooters: It just wouldn’t feel (or taste) like Super Sunday without wings. Through Feb. 6, place any order of $60 or more on HootersOnTheFly.com or in the Hooters app and get $10 off with promo code BIGGAME at checkout. Through Feb. 7, score a Hooters MVP Bundle for $39.99 — featuring 42 wings and your choice of two sides (curly fries, fried pickles or tots.) The deal is available for dine-in, curbside, takeout and delivery at participating locations. Looks like all Kansas City locations and Topeka are taking part in the promotion – score!

Houlihan’s: Get a delicious carryout party platter from Houlihan’s on Super Bowl Sunday along with themed cocktails to go. See out post for more details and how you might be eligible for a BOGO FREE appetizer Feb. 1-7.

J. Gilbert’s: Treat your tastebuds to something beyond traditional game day fare with a SuperBOIL kit from J. Gilbert’s, a selection of shrimp, split lobster tails, clams, crab legs, potatoes, corn on the cob, Andouille sausage and Old Bay seasoning. See our post for more details.

Minsky’s Pizza: Enjoy the return of Minsky’s Joe’s BBQ Pizza, available Feb.6-7 a a large take-and-bake with original crust for $21.99. Minsky’s is also offering an array of combo packs so you can get a good deal on mixes of pizzas, wings, breadsticks and more.

Sonic Drive-In: Don’t forget the dogs! Puppy Bowl XVII is also on Feb. 7 and Sonic Drive-In is celebrating with a special treat. Use promo code PUPPYBOWL online or in the chain’s app for a FREE large drink or Slush with an additional purchase. The offer runs from Jan. 25 to Feb. 8.

Taco Bell: Turn your party into a frugal fiesta with Taco Bell’s Cravings Value Menu. Enjoy seven popular menu items for just a buck each.

Taco John’s: Through Feb. 7 at participating locations, Taco John’s is offering one FREE side of Queso Blanco and chips to anyone who downloads the Taco John’s App. Guests who already have the App will see the coupon in their Offers tab on the morning of the launch.

Waldo Thai: Get a Super Bowl ToGo BBQ Platter from Waldo Thai (must order by Feb. 3). A full tray has meats, sides and sauces for $150. A half tray is a slightly paired down version for $89.

Westport Flea Market: Score a Westport Flea Market Bar and Grill burger for $2.55 until Super Bowl Sunday. Get all the details at our post here. Most important, bring cash.

Kansas City Specialty Super Bowl Food and Drinks

We love a theme, especially when it comes to food and fun.

Not everything in this category is going to appeal to frugal fans. Kansas City Chiefs fans take going to the Super Bowl seriously so we thought you might want to splurge for the big game. Here are some fun and festive food items you can find around Kansas City.

Best Regards Bakery and Cafe: This Overland Park bakery has tasty and festive game treat options from king cake, sugar cookies (two kinds) and pork porchetta party pack. In 2020, their sugar cookies were very popular and sold out. If you haven’t made a pre-order, you can still pick up a limited amount (probably one dozen per person) Feb. 3-7 when they open. Go early because they won’t last!

Evolve Juicery & Kitchen – Downtown OP: Juice up! The downtown Overland Park location is offering red and gold smoothies for $5 until the game on Feb. 7.

Lidia’s Kansas City: Enjoy some “Bring It Back” ravioli from Lidia’s filled with smoked pork belly and topped with smoky butter and house made BBQ sauce. Available now through Feb. 6 (they are closed on Super Bowl Sunday). You won’t find the ravioli online for ordering so give Lidia’s a call to get yours.

Photo courtesy of Lidia’s Kansas City

Meshuggah Bagels: This local bagel bakery is offering red and gold bagels at all locations on Super Bowl weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Get one dozen for $12.50. Meshuggah Bagel shops can be found at:

  • 7096 W. 105th Street – Overland Park, KS
  • 40 East 13th Street – Kansas City, MO
  • 1208 W. 39th Street – Kansas City, MO
  • 205 S. Stewart Road, Liberty, MO

The Roasterie: A limited release of KC Kingdom Blend coffee is available at all Roasterie cafe locations or you can order online. A 12 ounce bag (whole bean or ground, you choose) is $15.

Parisi Coffee: Choose from RUN IT BAKC RED MOCHA (a red version of our white chocolate and cherry mocha with a dusting of cocoa powder on top that reads #RUNITBACK) or RUN IT BAKC BLEND (whole bean or ground coffee) to get you pepped for the big game. Both are available at the Overland Park and Union Station cafe locations. You can also order the RUN IT BAKC BLEND online for $15.

Photo courtesy of Parisi Artisan Coffee

Shatto Red Velvet Milk: Shatto Milk Company is bottling red velvet milk in previously released limited edition bottles and traditional pint bottles. Limited quantities are available only at their farm store and via Shatto home delivery.

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Arts and Culture

Creativity thrives in Kansas City. Internationally known museums, dynamic gallery districts and unforgettable performances combine into a colorful artistic palette unlike anywhere else in the world.



Source craft goods and luxury fashion statements alongside antique picking and one-of-a-kind souvenirs to truly taste the retail experience in Kansas City, the Midwest’s marquee shopping destination.

Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation

Take it from the loudest fans in the country: KC is a sports town. Get loud throughout the year with Royals baseball, Chiefs football, Sporting KC soccer and NASCAR races at Kansas Speedway.

KC BBQ Experience

KC BBQ Experience

Track your barbecue escapades with this KC-exclusive app, your ultimate resource for enjoying the city’s signature cuisine.

Free Admissions

Free Admissions

For sightseers on a shoestring budget, Kansas City offers an abundance of free adventures that everyone can enjoy.

Film Tourism

Film Tourism

Kansas City’s film scene goes far beyond being a burgeoning industry attracting more attention by the day—it’s one of the city’s oldest and most culturally significant pastimes.

KC Savings

KC Savings

Keep your visit to Kansas City fun and affordable by exploring all the region has to offer at a fraction of the cost. It’s just our little way of saying, “Welcome to the New Midwest."



Uncover Kansas City’s charm by exploring its treasured attractions and institutions. Examine the Great War at the National WWI Museum and Memorial, let curiosity guide you at Union Station and walk in the steps of America’s 33rd president in Independence.

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