6601 East Frontage Rd.
Merriam, KS 66202
Phone: (913) 262-4448
Fax: (913) 262-7204
Bars & Cafes
Visit Story for the best American food in the city. This sophisticated restaurant never leaves a customer disappointed. Well prepared food and top notch service, ensure a truly memorable experience. Try out the Braised Beef Short Ribs. They are sure to leave you begging for more. Some other dishes to try here are Flounder and the Sautéed Shrimp. Happy hours are on during the week from 4.30p onwards and save you 50%!
Walk in to Tavern In The Village for a meal to remember. The service here is exceptional and the food is even better. Be it the burgers or steaks, you will certainly have a wonderful meal. The Tarragon Pork Tenderloin and the Tavern Beef Stroganoff come highly recommended. If you're drinking, you might want to go for the Jalisco Jalapeno Margarita. Call for timings for Happy Hours.
This spot has everything you could possibly need for an evening of fun: comedy club, dance club, billiards bar and more. This means you can have all the fun you want in one convenient location. Local, regional and national comics take the stage upstairs nightly. Dinner and show packages are available.
A popular local hangout since its opening in 1993, 75th Street Brewery has served approximately two million glasses of homemade beer to date. Features a menu of tasty choices with beer pairings, such as the Kansas City Baby Back Ribs and Gigantic Bavarian Pretzels. Fantastic service with a down-home appeal, including a regular schedule of local musicians. Also accommodates large groups for private occasions in two aptly titled rooms, The Nest and The Family Room.
This pub grub spot is located right on the state line between Kansas and Missouri on Westport Avenue. Inside, the American comfort food menu brings in diners from both states and the affordable prices keep them coming back. Twin City has specials throughout the week, some include All-You-Can-Eat shrimp on weekends and a 10oz. K.C. strip for under 10USD on Tuesdays! Check website for complete menu and other information.
This bar is open seven days a week and caters to sports fans, people who are passionate about drinking and those not that hot on eating. The bar takes care of its customers by serving food until midnight, every night! So drink up, and don't worry about passing out hungry. Barflies gawk at the 11 plasma screens during sports events. Live gigs are not uncommon and the food is regular bar food. They have a free poker night as well. Happy hour extends from 3p-7p M-F. The booze is cheap so that makes it the place to treat your friends.
Foo's Frozen Custard is better than ice cream. It's thicker, creamier, and richer, and it comes in many different forms. Especially good are the concretes (super frozen custard mixed with any flavor you want) and slurries made with all natural fruit. Flavors include any fruit or nut you can think of, along with chocolate or mint. They also have hot and cold coffee drinks. If you want to wait until after lunch for this great dessert, a lunch menu is available with sandwiches, croissants, wraps, and soups. -Robin Sontheimer
The Roasterie serves some of Kansas City's best locally roasted coffee. The café's eponymous coffee comes in many exotic blends such as the 40 Sardines Blend and the Autumn Harvest Blend. They can make all your favorite drinks, from a hot cup of Joe to organic mint mochas with soymilk. They have some pastries available, but their biggest draw is their fresh, rich coffee and relaxing atmosphere, perfect of studying, reading, or hanging out with friends. -Robin Sontheimer
DB Cooper’s appears to be a dark cave when you first enter it. However, the room opens up to reveal mellow lighting, comfy booths, friendly bartenders, and jolly neighborhood regulars. They open early everyday and have frequent drink specials.One of their greatest attractions is their famous Wednesday night karaoke, which draws a large crowd. If karaoke is not your thing, darts and pool are also available. They even have a pretty good jukebox. Fun and relaxing, this is the perfect bar for night out with friends. -Robin Sonteimer
Bier Station is a craft beer drinkers paradise, not only because it serves some of the finest craft beers in town, but it also has some insanely good food. The bar has 28 different rotating taps and a few are dedicated to 'session' beers (those with ABV lower than 5%). The menu features innovative twists on traditional classics like the bratwurst topped with Ponzu infused red cabbage and Wasabi mayo or the homemade pretzels served with jalapeno cheddar cheese. One other cool attribute to the bar is their website, they have a real-time tap menu to let drinkers know when their favorite beer is in or out!
Gilhouly’s is your basic neighborhood bar. Converted from what looks to be an old drug store, a long room opens up as you enter through the corner doors. The place is all brick and red leather booths, with three pool tables in the back. The staff is friendly, the lighting is dark, and the jukebox is stocked with hits from all decades. What makes Gilhouly’s unique? All the free self-serve popcorn you can eat out of an old movie theater popcorn machine. -Robin Sobteimer
It seems that in almost every American city you will find at least two or three hookah bars, some are better than others and in this town, Sahara Sheesha is at the top of the list. A truly nice place to sit back and enjoy a hot tea and smoke, the staff is eminently helpful in finding the right tobacco combination for your group. In addition to the tea and smoothies, the Turkish coffee is phenomenal.