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Kansas City: The Majestic (American, Brunch)

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the-majestic-kc-2One of the things I love most about living in a new city is finding my new favorites – new favorite sushi place, new favorite brunch restaurant, etc. And while I might still swap out old favorites for new finds, I love the search and eat process.  I recently found my favorite sweet brunch dish – yes, that’s a category.   And my new favorite sweet brunch dish is….(drum roll please…) the baked banana toffee French toast at The Majestic!  Yes, it looks good, but wait till you read the description… Continue Reading

Kansas City: Urban Table (American)

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As I’ve mentioned before, the breakfast options in Kansas City do not disappoint.  While every city has its hits and misses, I have lucked out pretty well in the brunch department here.  Additionally, many of the restaurants here take reservations, and even the ones that don’t often lack the 2 hours waits that I’ve become accustomed to in NYC (is it sad that I am sometimes nostalgic for those insane weights?). One of the standouts I’ve found so far is Urban Table, located right outside KC in Prairie Village, Kansas.  By the way, I was at first intrigued by the fact that I crossed state lines so effortlessly here, then I remembered that I did that all the time while in NYC, where I lived, and NJ, where I grew up.  Pretty much the same deal, right?

Urban Table is about twenty minutes from my place, so the times I’ve gone, I call to make a reservation right when I leave the house, for half an hour later. Easy peasy!

You can see the menu is extensive but not overwhelming: Continue Reading

Kansas City: The Farmhouse (Brunch, Farm to Table)

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KC does not lack for good brunch places – I’ve been to multiple brunch spots here (stay tuned for future write-ups!) and I’ve been pretty impressed with the options for my favorite meal of the day.  One of my local favorites is The Farmhouse, a self described “farm-to-table, tip-to-tail” restaurant.  The Farmhouse works with local farmers in Kansas and Missouri to secure in-season, fresh, locally grown or raised produce and meats.  The result is flavorful, seasonally relevant, and superbly satisfying dishes.  But I admit one of the things I like most about the place is I can bring one of my favorite eating buddies: Continue Reading