Starting today, Friday, January 15th through next Sunday, January 24th Restaurant Week kicks off again in Kansas City! This full week of delicious eats and sweet treats is a great opportunity to get out and try some of the best food Kansas City has to offer, with special pricing and menus to choose from. We’ve rounded up everything you need to know and some great restaurant suggestions around the Kansas City area right here on the blog, brought to you by Dani Beyer Real Estate.

#KCRW2016 January 15 – 24

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Restaurant Week is back again for 2016, featuring a wide variety of restaurants so you can visit an old favorites try something totally new. With well over 100 restaurants participating this year, you’re sure to find something that fits your taste. Specially-priced multi-course lunch and dinner options offered for fixed prices are a signature part of the Restaurant Week event, with lunch for $15 and dinner for $33.

You can search through the restaurant list to find menus and pick your next meal, then click on the OpenTable links to make your online restaurant reservations in advance. Because restaurants are sure to fill up fast throughout the week of the event, making reservations in advance is strongly recommended.

An exhibition of Kansas City’s finest culinary talents, #KCRW offers a variety of mouth-watering foods from top chefs all across the metro area, demonstrating why the KC dining scene is among the nation’s best. Bon appétit!

If you’re looking for some inspiration to get you started, here’s a list of a few of the featured restaurants in locations all around the Kansas City Metro:

Westport: Westport Cafe & Bar

Having combined a Westport look and feel with a classic French menu, Westport Cafe & bar is a charming Midtown restaurant with a variety of options for any palate.


419 Westport Rd.,
Kansas City, MO 64111

Waldo: Waldo Pizza

With over 50 toppings you’ll find something to satisfy your pizza cravings at Waldo Pizza. Choose from traditional hand tossed, St. Louis style thin crust or honey wheat crust. They also offer gluten free, vegan and lactose free options as well.


7433 Broadway St.,
Kansas City, MO 64114

River Market: Le Fou Frog

Four-star food in a fun-filled atmosphere, Le Fou Frog is definitely a downtown favorite. Executive Chef Mano Rafael creates traditional French bistro dishes mixed with his haute cuisine creations.


400 E 5th St.,
Kansas City, MO 64106

Crown Center: H Bar

Located in the newly renovated Halls department store in Crown Center, H Bar offers an array of soups, salads, sandwiches and shared platters. Enjoy a delicious meal and then enjoy some serious shopping.


2450 Grand Blvd.,
Kansas City, MO 64108

Crossroads: Affäre Restaurant

Affäre portrays a passion for food and wine, while introducing Kansas City to modern german cuisine. The food is sourced as much as possible from local farmers as well as drinks from small family owned wineries and distilleries. Winner of “Best New Restaurant” at the 2012 Pitch Awards and semifinalist nomination for James Beard Award.


1911 Main St.,
Kansas City, MO 64108

Plaza: Kona Grill

Something for everyone, from salads to sushi to pizza to noodle dishes to fish, chicken and beef entrees. This lively restaurant features a sociable sushi bar, energetic, casual decor, display kitchen and lively happy hour. 


444 Ward Pkwy.,
Kansas City, MO 64112

Power & Light: Cleaver & Cork

Cleaver & Cork is a gourmet butcher-driven gastropub, featuring Midwestern influenced offerings with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. The menus, developed by chef, Alex Pope, showcase classic yet bold ingredients featuring the highest quality meats and seafood available as well as cleverly curated cocktail and wine lists.


1333 Walnut St.,
Kansas City, MO 64106

There are plenty of other restaurant options outside of the downtown area from up in the Northland to out in Overland Park, so be sure to check the full list to find something close to you. We hope you enjoy all of the delicious bites Kansas City has to offer.

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