Quality Inn & Suites East
4200 South Noland Rd
Independence, MO 64055
Phone: (816) 373-8856
Fax: (816) 373-3312
4200 South Noland Rd, Independence, MO, US, 64055
- Phone: (816) 373-8856
- Fax: (816) 373-3312
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
Enjoy delicious, homestyle cooking that is better than Mom's.
Upscale cafe with indoor and patio dining. Italian cuisine with emphasis on fresh pasta, with veal, chicken, pork and steak entrees. Features a full bar.
Region's best, authentic German food - experience Old World German dining at its finest. Dine from their extensive evening menu with a special every night or dine early from the luncheon menu.
Clinton's Soda Fountain and Gifts is the site of Harry Truman's first job. A visit to Clinton's is a great way to learn more about the early life of this fascinating leader. They served sodas, ice cream, coffees, and a light lunch.
Freshly baked bread, donuts and custom made sandwiches. Dave's Bakery and Deli offers a great lunch special of a deli sandwich, chips and a medium drink.
Hereford House has remained a suburban staple for steaks for locals in Independence and around Kansas City. The casual ambiance, friendly service and consistently good quality make this a go-to spot for casual dinners, family affairs and friendly night-outs. On the menu you will find a good choice of appetizers, entrees and side dishes. Try the Stuffed Mushrooms, Boneless Buffalo Wings before you go for main dishes. The house-specialty Kansas City Strip is a definite must-try. Other go-to dishes include the Cowboy Ribeye, Oven Roasted Salmon and Twin Lobster Tails. Preset four-course meals are also offered, ideal for group dining. Post dining patrons can relax at the bar while sipping one of their handcrafted cocktails, wines or beers. Banquet facilities are available for private dining and special events; reserve ahead to make the most.
This Italian restaurant features a full bar and lounge, as well as outdoor seating. Dim lighting, soft music and elegant décor inside make this a great place to dine for romantic occasions. In fact, booths contain plaques that include the names of couples who became engaged while dining at this restaurant. Menu items include Veal Parmigiana, seafood fettuccini and lobster tails. Waiters dressed in black and white give a touch of class to an already sophisticated dining establishment.
Some diners drive more than 100 miles for a rack of ribs encrusted in LC's magical sauces. Don't expect anything fancy in the way of décor; this place is a barbecue joint. The menu features ribs, burnt ends and sandwiches piled with stacks of beef, ham or turkey. Sides include cole slaw, potato salad, spicy baked beans and some of the best fries in town.
Kansas City has a lot to offer to the public when it comes to bars, pubs and restaurants. In other words the life of food and drinks is greatly enjoyed by many here. One such venue is the Pearl's Lounge; a chilled out wine bar which serves exemplary contemporary cuisine. The place is known for its casual ambiance and relaxed decor. The Pearl's Lounge is highly recommended for those who enjoy a good glass of Merlot, to unwind and relax. A must visit!
Located at the Ameristar Casino Hotel, Great Plains Cattle Company offers you a cozy atmosphere in which to enjoy delicious American fare. The decor fuses characteristically Midwestern barn timber and rustic chandeliers with cozy seating and classic paintings to create an aura of understated elegance. Apart from the variety of steaks, the restaurant has some seafood delicacies for you to relish. On the wine list, you will be sure to find something to complement your meal.
Kansas City is famous for its barbecue, and this restaurant is one of the reasons why. Arthur Bryant's has been serving up slabs of slow cooked pork and beef since the 1930's. The small building is nothing fancy and resides in a somewhat disreputable part of town, but diners do not necessarily come for the ambiance. Nevertheless, Mr. Bryant has a couple of other locations around town. Casual dining is an understatement here, where guests line up, sometimes waiting up to 30 minutes just to order at the counter. Be sure to order a plate of greasy, delicious fries, and be prepared for huge portions.