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Named after the Kansa Indians who settled along the Missouri River, Kansas City blends old and new, city and prairie. It's often been called the "City of Fountains" since it boasts more outdoor water features than any other city, save for Rome. Music flows freely, too, especially in the form of jazz. That legacy can still be heard at the famous 18th & Vine Historic District or at City Market. Architecture, most notably the sixty-plus examples of Art Deco styling, are also prominent. Other attractions include Science City at Union Station, the Kansas City Zoo, and the Arabia Steamboat Museum. For grownups, Kansas City's riverboat casinos are a huge draw, as are the city's hometown teams, the NFL Chiefs and MLB Royals.
Bars and Date Spots:
4118 Pennsylvania Ave.
Kansas City, MO
Brick walls, black leather couches, a long bar, large curved booths, and high-top tables decorate the sleek and understated Firefly Lounge. Tucked away on a busy block in the Westport neighborhood, it's a modern-day speakeasy where DJs spin tunes on many evenings and there are daily drink specials such as $3 martinis. The doors don't open until 8 p.m. but the party continues until 3 a.m. with plenty of booze, schmoozing and dancing. Firefly also offers Comedy Showcases, Karaoke competitions and other events (check for schedule and pricing. Even with the entertainment underway it's still easy to have a conversation at this popular Westport hangout.
Green Lady Lounge
809 Grand Blvd.
Kansas City, MO
There's nothing impressive about Green Lady Lounge from the outside. But all that changes inside, where an original tin ceiling glows above live jazz musicians who fill the long narrow room with terrific jazz. Customers snack on cheese or hummus platters while talking in subdued tones and ignoring their cell phones. The darkened lounge feels cozy and secluded without a single television in sight. Specialty cocktails priced from $8 to $10 include classics such as a whiskey Old Fashioned, a bourbon Manhattan or a Negroni made with gin, Campari and sweet vermouth. Green Lady Lounge has a big beer menu and a much smaller wine menu but the focus is clearly on handcrafted drinks and great music. It doesn't get much better than that.
Davey's Uptown Ramblers Club
3402 Main St
Kansas City, MO 64111-1911
One of Kansas City's most popular nightspots, Davey's Uptown regularly features pretty big names on the music front, including the Afghan Whigs, No Means No, Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, The Follow, and Bruce Robison. The old dive dates from the 1920s, when it opened as a Prohibition-era cocktail lounge. When it got "on the level" in 1934 and obtained a legal license to sell, Davey's had already established itself as one of the city's best watering holes. At its current location since 1950, the bar offers everything a good night owl needs: Old Style on tap, level pool tables, arcade games, bar stools, and a great sound system.
931 Broadway St
Kansas City, MO 64105
Known for great steaks served in the street level restaurant of this restored 1900s building, The Majestic also offers nightly live jazz in a cozy basement that once functioned as a Prohibition-era speakeasy. Each night, some of Kansas City's best loved jazz artists fill the rock-walled club with soulful strains from 6 to 10 p.m. Dinner and a cocktail are your ticket to an evening of music downstairs. Order a vintage cocktail such as The Last Word -- a Prohibition-era cocktail with Beefeater's Gin, Green Chartreuse, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur and lime juice; or The Flapper -- crafted with Wycliff Sparkling Brut, sugar and Angostura Bitters. Then sit back, relax and savor the soothing sounds that Majestic Steakhouse has to offer.
1020 Westport Rd
Kansas City, MO 64111
Asking customers to "eat hear," this food-lover's bar/music venue appeals to a mixed clientele both gourmands and devotees of the latest local band. Record-related paraphernalia covers the walls and beyond; take note of the record sleeves recycled as menus. Drinks range from basic beer to high-end vodkas, while food options include custom-created pizzas that garner rave reviews. Live rock, dinner shows, weekly trivia, costume parties, benefits, and a roster of themed events keep the scene fresh and lively.
2715 Rochester St.,
Kansas City, MO
Known for its funky, laid-back atmosphere and intimate indoor and outdoor performance spaces, Knuckleheads offers a white-hot music scene with performances available on Wednesday through Saturday nights. Part honky tonk and part blues bar, this popular destination showcases musical styles from the Latin vibe of Los Lobos to Merle Haggard's classic country and Leon Russell's rock and roll. With a tag line of 'Where the World's Greatest Musicians Play,' Knuckleheads offers plenty of vintage neon and a big screen that gives customers one more way to experience this venue's legendary and new artists. You won't soon forget an evening at Knuckleheads.
CrossroadsKC at Grinders
417 E. 18th St.,
Kansas City, MO
Hundreds of people congregate for outdoor shows at this enormously popular concert venue, where lighting comes from Kansas City's skyline as well as the stage. Whether performers play reggae, honor other musicians with their rock 'cover' band, or offer up classic bluegrass, CrossroadsKC always strives to keep ticket prices as low as possible. Audience members don't go hungry either, with cold beers, hot pizza and sizzling barbecue available from the adjacent Grinders and Grinders West. Bleacher tickets are priced as low as $10 and the high-priced seats rarely cost more than $61.50. There's even free parking in a massive lot located beside the entrance. This is well-priced, well-conceived and well-executed outdoor entertainment.
300 Armour Rd
Kansas City, MO 64116
Swank black and cherry-toned decor and a marble-topped bar might seem out of place in a bar owned by a former Major League Baseball player, but the varied crowd the establishment attracts doesn't seem to mind. Specializing in cocktails (bartenders are reportedly impossible to stump), Kelso's offers plenty of lounging space wherein college folks, young professionals, and sophisticated hipsters can mingle. Live music on weekends and a better-than-decent pizza menu keep everyone happy.
400 E 31st St
Kansas City, MO 64108
This swanky cocktail lounge, billing itself as KC's only supper club and martini bar, offers a refined setting. As a result, it's hugely popular with a young business crowd. The eccentric "Dog Menu" features international and American regional dishes, including Cajun shrimp, BBQ chicken pizza, rigatoni with Italian sausage, and a portobello burger. While the menu does in fact feature intriguing options, what really brings in crowds is Velvet Dog's impressive martini list, which features everything from traditional Manhattans and Cosmos to "rarer" Chocolate and Neapolitan varieties. A patio offers fresh air and a great place to pass warm Midwestern nights, especially if you've got bocce on your mind. On weekends, the place gets crowded quickly, so expect a wait.
5424 Troost Ave
Kansas City, MO 64110
A favorite with the UM-KC student body, this collegiate joint has the look and charm of a time tempered neighborhood hangout, which is pretty much what it is. Mike's virtues include big-screen TVs, a jukebox armed with classic tunes, steel darts, skee ball, classic video games, golf, bowling, shuffleboard and of course, some of the coldest beer around. Live music is frequent, and bands usually cater to the younger crowd. Adding to the experience, Mike's features terrific bar food, including grilled hamburgers, "real" hot wings, and brilliant fries.
O'Dowds Little Dublin Irish Pub
4742 Pennsylvania Ave
Kansas City, MO 64111
Experience a small taste or just a sip of the Emerald Isle at this popular Westport pub. O'Dowd's offers an authentic Irish look and feel, thanks to its dark wood interior, antique bar, and tap o' Guinness. Live Irish folk music is featured weekly, and the place is a frequent lunch hangout with the downtown business crowd. A scrumptious pub-style menu features traditional favorites like fish and chips, Irish stew, and, if you're so lucky, corned beef and cabbage. On a hot summer's day, few things could be finer than sipping a frosty mug of stout and hanging out on their open-air deck.