Sleep Inn Airport
7611 NW 97th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64153
Phone: (816) 891-0111
Fax: (816) 891-0048
Hereford House is a name synonymous with good times over steaks with family and friends. Tucked in the Zona Rosa tenement, this restaurant is quite popular with the locals and visitors for its Kansas City Strip and Cowboy Ribeye. Other favorites include the Coconut Fried Shrimp, Oven Roasted Salmon, Lamb Chops and Dry Aged T-Bone Steak. The ambiance is casual and service is friendly; and the food is smartly complemented by a bespoke wine list. The experience is one meant to be enjoyed with good company; so reserve ahead and be a part of the meaty extravaganza.
Fat Fish Blue serves up delicious Louisiana-Creole food and serves as a great setting for business get-togethers, meals with friends and family, or nights of dancing and live music. Fat Fish Blue hosts live entertainment four nights a week, with both local and nationally touring artists.
New Orleans cuisine, live entertainment and a casual atmosphere are the trademarks of this Northland favorite. A wood floor, wood railings and wooden tables and chairs give this restaurant a rustic feel. Nightly entertainment makes it an energetic place to dine. This is a great place for friends to relax, but not a good place to carry on intimate conversations. Diners can feast on seafood, barbecued meats and Cajun chicken to sounds of live music.
Although the menu changes daily, what remains constant at the Bonefish Grill is the fact that the seafood you are served is absolutely fresh, not to mention supremely tasty. If you're lucky enough to drop by on the right day, you could gorge on delicacies like cornmeal battered Chincoteague oysters and imperial wolf fish stuffed with scallops, crab meat and shrimp. Fresh fish preparations, whether Chilean sea bass, Atlantic salmon or longfin tilapia, grilled and served with sauces like mango salsa and lemon butter, are scrumptious. Burgers and tacos also feature on the menu. For those with special dietary requirements, there is even a gluten-free menu. Wines, martinis and beers are available.
Along with restaurants like the Bonefish Grill, Em Chamas Brazilian Grill is one of your dining options at the Village at Burlington Creek. The restaurant offers rodizio service, so your meats are skewered and presented at your table. The meats you can gorge on include sirloin with provolone cheese, boneless beef ribs and marinated pork loin. There is also a cocktail, beer and wine menu.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Situated atop the historic Parkville overlooking the Missouri River and spires of the Park University building, Piropos Grille is the perfect romantic getaway. Specializing in South American and Latin cuisine, this restaurant offers a memorable dining experience combining alluring ambiance with excellent food and service. The menu is a blend of a myriad of flavors ranging from Italian to Latin, with emphasis on Argentinian cuisine. Stand-out dishes include Chicken Empanadas, KAB Ribeye, Stuffed Chicken, Grilled Salmon and Tres Leches. An exceptional wine list accompanies the courses, adding a finesse to the overall experience. Private dining is also offered; reservations are highly recommended.
The owner of this restaurant has spent most of his life outside of KC, in other parts of the world where ingredients are used and fused in innumerable ways. Longboards focuses on the wrap and noodle bowl culture in places like San Diego, Hawaii and the Philippines. Some of the items include salad bowls like the Lumpia Roll Salad, noodle bowls like the Carne Asada and massive grilled wraps. The grilled wraps have names like 'Super-A-Bomb', 'Bad Mofo', 'Samoan', 'Country Boy' and '619'. Each one has myriad items and is absolutely delicious, in fact, the '619' pays homage to San Diego and is filled with steak, shrimp, guacamole, Pepperjack cheese, olives, bacon, a hard-boiled egg, Chipotle ranch and rice, it's definitely one of the best on the menu.
Named after the popular shopping destination in which it is located, The Cafe at Briarcliff Village may be known for its breakfast menu, but has other offerings too. Apart from delicious Belgian waffles and buttermilk pancakes with which to start your day, this cafe has great lunch and dinner delicacies crafted from local produce. Starting with jumbo lump crab cakes and corn nuggets, you can eat your way through a meal comprising house specialties like gluten-free grilled lemon pepper salmon, chicken Oscar and NY strip steaks. Burgers, pastas, sandwiches and wraps are also available. Happy Hour is from 3p to 8p on Monday and from 3p to 6p between Tuesday and Friday.
If you are in the north side of town, consider stopping by for some deep (really deep) fried, Mexican cooking. If it cannot be dipped into a vat of hot grease, you probably will not find it on the menu. The grease gives the grub a wealth of flavor, and adds a new spin to the standard Mexican fodder. This is the place to go for cheap, crispy tacos and the famous Pocket Burger, a mix of ground beef and spices on a hamburger bun.
Established in 1954 by the Cascone family, who still own and operate what are now three locations, this restaurant offers a full dinner menu and a cocktail lounge. Etched glass windows at this location create a cozy atmosphere and give diners privacy. The service is excellent. The restaurant offers a full array of appetizing pasta dishes. Although a popular place for intimate gatherings and business luncheons, it is also a place where families feel at home.
This boutique restaurant located in nearby Smithville is dedicated to fresh, farm-to-table ingredients. In fact, if an item cannot be found locally, then the kitchen eschews the dish from the menu until the product comes into season. Dinner service is presented in three courses every night of the week and since the menu changes so often, some the following menu selections only serve as an example. The first course could be something like charcuterie, Pork Sweetbreads or Smoked Trout on Brioche, then a Smoked Ribeye served with Mushrooms au Jus followed by heavenly carrot cake beignets. To pair, the various varietals they have in stock are indispensable to the menu, don't forget to ask for recommendations.