Feels like a dream, doesn’t it? Now that the Royals are on their way to the World Series next week, it’s time to upgrade your gear and make your plans early for the games. If you’re like the majority of fans and don’t have $800 to throw down for a ticket, no worries! Celebrate with our team at Dani Beyer Real Estate, and enjoy the series with one million of your closest friends – you won’t want to miss this!

Dani Beyer Real Estate Presents: The Best Places in Kansas City to Watch the World Series  


The Hi-Dive Lounge

1411 W 39th St, KCMO

Why you want to watch it here: The motto is simple; good food, good drinks. This small neighborhood bar and grill off 39th St is the perfect place to kick off the 7 game series (that is if we don’t sweep the first 4!) With a plethora of TV’s and the only beer machine in town, the Hi-Dive is the perfect place to relax and sip on your favorite beer or cocktail. Least I forget to mention the drinks are strong and the wait-staff is great; they’re attentive, friendly, and great at what they do. Come early to grab a table (they’re limited) and a bite to eat before the first pitch – the sweet and savory Pulled Pork Tacos are a must-try!



The Well in Waldo

7421 Broadway, KCMO

Why you want to watch it here: From great food to great drink specials, The Well and its staff knows what it’s doing. This multi-level restaurant features two outdoor areas, fire pits, and with 28 TV’s, the perfect angle to watch the Series. Voted the Best Bar by KC Magazine, The Well has nightly drink specials and some of the best appetizers you’ll ever try. It feels like family here, and the cheers from inside can be heard clear down the street.



The Power & Light District

14th & Grand

Why you want to watch it here: McFadden’s & Eric Hosmer. We read all about the round of drinks he bought for McFadden’s last week, and keeping with tradition last night – did it again after the ALCS victory! Slowly becoming THE place for Royals players, Power & Light will be announcing their World Series watch party plans later today. Guaranteed all of Kansas City’s biggest fans will be out to support our players (and hopefully meet up with them for drinks after the games)! Additionally, you’re sure to find a seat at one of the many bars inside the district, but come early! We’re making history here in Kansas City – don’t miss out on the excitement!



Nick & Jake’s

5031 Main St, KCMO

Why you want to watch it here: As Kansas City’s ultimate upscale sports bar, Nick & Jake’s provides the perfect atmosphere to #TakeTheCrown. With a TV at every vantage point, this bar & grill features a beautiful oak bar and a separate dining room area to grab a bite before the big game. Perfect for date night or if you’re not feeling the college-town-bar-scene, Nick & Jake’s is one of the best in all of Kansas City. Their must-try item: the Irish Nachos – they’ll leave your drooling!




323 Armour Rd, KCMO

Why you want to watch it here: Simply,an experience like none other. As Kansas City Golf Magazine puts it best, “Chappell’s has no doubt the best sports memorabilia in Kansas City – probably the whole world! This restaurant could charge admission as a Museum of sports artifacts.” The moment you step inside Chappell’s, you feel a sense of wonder and awe – from their great glass display case of autographed baseballs, to their vintage Chief’s and Royals gear, you’ll see why Chappell’s has been chosen as the #1 location in the country to watch the Super Bowl (and now the World Series). Additionally, owner Jim Chappell may just be the nicest guy you’ll ever meet. His passion for sports and sports memorabilia comes to life when talking with him – he’s been around the block a time or two, and always has a new story to share. In 2013, he was even enshrined into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. Catch up with this legend and marvel at the history presented there; Chappell’s never disappoints.



Cardinals or Giants? Let us know who YOU want the Royals to play against in the 2014 World Series!

Have a favorite spot to watch the games? Email liz@danibeyer.com to let us know your go-to bar or grill! 

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