An odd and capable crew of coffee zealots bent on kicking ass, being kind & living exotically in Kansas City.Read More
One of the many things we love about Happy Gillis is the use of local ingredients in their dishes.Read More
Messner Bee Farm owners chatted with us about their journey, what a day in the life of a beekeeper is like, amazing facts about bees, and more!Read More
Convivial Production designs items needed to host your friends and family as well as the surrounding decor needed to create a warm and inviting space for gathering.Read More
You can tell a lot about a city and its true soul by finding and exploring the local nooks and crannies.Read More
Grocery shopping just got a whole lot better: beer, wine, and cocktails galore await you inside of The Fountain Room at Whole Foods.Read More
Licensed barber and hairstylist Micah Holdaway provides a uniquely authentic barber experience out of his midtown studio.Read More
Shops like this make you want to come back time & time again, not just for the menu, but for the feeling you have when you’re there.Read More
Kansas City Bucket Lists's Mindy Hargesheimer walks us through some of her favorite spots in West Brookside.
There's a new grocery store in town– Whole Foods Market KC– and with 48,000 square feet full of delicious eats and drinks, the megalith market deserves a New in Town tour all it's own.
Tucked inside of Oak Park mall are the Kindred Shops, a collective boutique experience you won't want to miss. We caught up with co-owner Adam Pfeifer to get the low-down on all the fanfare.
One of the largest home brew beer festivals in the country is just around the corner– we talked with one of the oldest members of Nanobrews for the scoop on its inner workings, traditions and some of the best beers around.Read More
There is no shortage of great spots around town to try delicious, local brews.Read More
When so much of entrepreneurship and small business ownership requires doing things for yourself, I take as many opportunities as possible to learn from other people's mistakes and experiences. This is me, and us, paying it forward.Read More