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Happy hours are between 4p to 6p from Monday to Friday, but this joint seems to be having a grand old time, at every given hour. This place caters to everything from dinners, weddings, corporate meetings, home entertainment, anniversaries, special celebrations, birthdays to graduations - you name it and you've got it! The Hollywood room can be modified to suit your requirements - you can wish for a live band, audio-video equipment or any thing you want.
Out of the many restaurants in the Kansas City Power and Light District, Bristol Seafood Grill stands out because of its really fresh seafood and laid-back atmosphere. Located in close proximity to Sprint Center, this restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. You can enjoy oysters-on-the-half-shell and the catch of the day, all served absolutely fresh. The entree list changes regularly, but if you are lucky enough to drop by on the right day it becomes available, you could savor delicacies like pretzel-crusted trout, Nantucket bay scallops and almond-crusted Tilapia. Steaks with seasonal sides are also available and there are many vegetarian and gluten-free options as well. There is live music every Friday, best enjoyed with a glass of wine from the extensive selection.
Steak and seafood lovers are in for a treat at 801 Chophouse, a restaurant which also has a fantastic wine list. Truly appetizing starters like lobster corn chowder, oysters Rockefeller and pancetta-wrapped scallops start off your meal in style. The aged USDA meats you are served are made to order, and your choices include roast prime rib, Kansas City strip and double cut Colorado lamb chops, among many others. If you stop by between 4p and 9p on a Sunday, you could enjoy a three-course meal for USD33.
Located in the heart of the burgeoning Power & Light District at the iconic President Hotel, the Drum Room Lounge serves as one of the most happening nightlife and dining destinations in town. Established in 1941, this lounge has hosted the likes of Frank Sinatra, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and Patsy Cline in the past. After renovating in 2012, Drum Room still retains the elements of its yesteryears while bringing a new quirky and laid-back atmosphere. Mixologist Brock Schulte churns out of some of the most eclectic mixes - both vintage and new, and patrons can also sample some of the best micro-brews and wines at the bar. The food fare is mostly dominated by classic American favorites and is equally impressive. Live music is still hosted on occasional nights; reserve ahead to make the most.
Take a break from your local fare and head to this amazing restaurant for a taste of Asian delicacies. Although known mostly for its sushi, the Drunken fish has much more to offer. Entrées like the miso-marinated black cod, Japanese steak au jus and Chilean sea bass are delicious and are perfectly complemented by cocktails like the Fountain of Youth and Asian Fetish. This Kansas City Power and Light District restaurant also serves as a good venue for private events.
In the year 1954 Fritz and Virginia Kropf started a drive-in restaurant at Brown Avenue and a few years later they opened their second location. It's at the second location that Fritz invented a delivery system within the restaurant so the service wasn't disrupted when there were less staff. His youngest son Fred and wife Mary bought one of the restaurants as his dad had sold out the others locations. Till date the train system works in all their locations. It works really well with children and the food doesn't give you a chance to complain. The burgers, onion rings and fries are really tasty. Come down for a nice delicious meal that is delivered on a train to your table.