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Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

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Where the power of art engages the spirit of community. The Nelson-Atkins is a gathering place for people to share and contemplate the greatest creations of humankind. Free admission gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy, appreciate and understand the finest visual arts. As an institution of national and international renown, we establish and adhere to the highest professional standards and practices in research, scholarship, presentation, interpretation and care of our collections.

4525 Oak St
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
United States

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The Coterie Inc

in Musical, Play, Play

The Coterie is a non-profit organization, established in 1979, with the mission of providing professional classic and contemporary theatre which challenges audience and artist and provides educational, dramatic outreach programs in the community. We seek to open lines of communication between races, sexes, and generations by redefining children’s theatre to include families and diverse audiences.

2450 Grand Blvd Ste 144
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
United States

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Blade & Timber KC West Bottoms

With more than 21 years of entrepreneurial experience, co-founders Matt Baysinger and Ryan Henrich built Blade & Timber upon their passion for bringing people together through remarkable, interactive experiences. Matt and Ryan opened Blade & Timber as Kansas City’s first and only axe throwing experience in 2017. Propelled by Blade & Timber’s instant popularity in Kansas City, the duo has plans to bring Blade & Timber’s high-quality axe throwing experience to more than a dozen locations.

110 Mulberry St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
United States

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Crown Center

in All, Accommodations, Concert, Ice Skating

Crown Center is a shopping and entertainment district dominated by its namesake mall, which overlooks a plaza with an ice rink. Family-friendly attractions include the Hallmark Visitors Center, with exhibits on this iconic local brand, and the Coterie Theatre, staging both classic and contemporary shows. Displays at the nearby National World War I Museum include life-size trenches and a walk-through shell crater.

2450 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
United States

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Town Topic Hamburgers

in Soups, Pancakes, Ice Cream, Hamburgers, Diner, Desserts, Coffee, Cafeteria, American

In 1937 Claude Sparks opened a little white diner at 2442 1/2 Broadway in downtown Kansas City and began selling hamburgers for 5 cents each. 75 years later Town Topic Hamburgers has established itself as an iconic piece of Kansas City history. Come in and experience the great food and atmosphere that is the same today as it was back then at this authentic American diner. We are open 24 hours-7 days a week is in Downtown Kansas City in the Crossroads Arts District at 20th & Broadway.

2021 Broadway St
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
United States

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P.S. Speakeasy

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Hidden from the long arm of Prohibition-era law, Kansas City’s speakeasies welcomed revelers seeking good spirits and a spirited good time.An affectionate nod to the city’s glamorous, freewheeling nightlife, P.S. is Hotel Phillips’ contemporary incarnation of the 1930’s speakeasy, artfully crafting cocktails concealed in a long-forgotten basement mail sorting room, accessible only by an unmarked door.

106 W 12th Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
United States

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Starlight Theatre

in Play, Musical, Concert

Starlight Theatre has operated continuously since 1951. We are pleased to share a decade-by-decade overview of many of the historical highlights of Kansas City’s iconic outdoor theatre in Swope Park. Much of the information is excerpted from Making Memories for 50 Years, a Starlight commemorative magazine published in 2000, and The Story of Starlight Theatre, written by Kathleen Hegarty Thorne and published in 1993.

4600 Starlight Rd
Kansas City, Missouri 64132
United States

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Westport Cafe and Bar

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Westport Cafe & Bar is a casual Paris-style Bistro that offers French-inspired cuisine, craft specialty cocktails, along with a boutique wine and beer list, all in a quaint dining atmosphere that combines the spirit and style of casual Europe and old New York City. Experience classic dishes like the popular Steak Frites and Escargot paired with handcrafted cocktails infused with fresh fruits, herbs and spices resulting in one-of-a-kind libations.

419 Westport Rd.
Kansas City, Missouri 64101
United States

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Kilo Charlie

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Kilo Charlie, derived from the radio call signals for “K” and “C,” serves as an elegant, yet approachable and unique, gathering place for coffee dwellers – Overlooking bustling 12th street in the heart of downtown Kansas City. Our urban chic coffee bar serves a variety of hot and cold La Colombe drinks and brews and fresh pastries.

106 W 12th St
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
United States

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Tavernonna

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Tavernonna celebrates the rich, varied history of Italian food, wine, and cocktails by using fresh, simple ingredients to create both traditional and contemporary dishes that entice the senses. Executive Chef, Bryant Wigger have sourced ingredients from local farms and vendors to be showcased throughout the menu, giving the restaurant a clear sense of its locality while honoring the distinctive ingredients rooted in Italy.

106 W 12th St
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
United States

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