Comfort Inn & Suites Lees Summit -Kansas City
3701 N.E. Ralph Powell Rd
Lees Summit, MO 64064
Phone: (816) 554-6688
Fax: (816) 554-2938
Whiskey Tango located in the Grain Valley, has created a special place in the hearts of most party goers in Kansas City. The owner of the club, Shawn Brown is a country music buff, which is why the club primarily plays country music. The menu remains faithful to the name of the restaurant-'Whiskey Tango', with its special Tango Burgers, Whiskey Chips, Whiskey Beans, and all things Whiskey! Although the club follows a dress code, it has a number of people flocking in each day, who simply can't resist being drawn to the dance floor.
If your idea of a perfect meal is digging into some freshly made barbeque and sipping on a chilled beer while live music wafts over you, this is the place to go. Open since 1990, BB's Lawnside BBQ offers you old style barbeque and desserts made from scratch! Try the Slow Smoked Chicken Wings or the Rib Plate, which are smoked to perfection over a 50 year old pit. For a quick lunch, the delicious sandwiches like the Pulled Porker are amazingly filling and quite reasonable. End your meal with the mouth watering Bread Pudding. Also on offer is the ‘Little Pigs Menu' for kids. Come anytime between Thursday and Sunday to enjoy the great Blues performances.
Formerly known as Epicurean Restaurant and Lounge,Bodyworks Phase II is a great hangout place for local businessmen as well as many young professionals. Founded by Calvin and Benny Shelby, this place is a venue for many live performances from DJ nights to the local live jazz and blues bands. You can also rent the venue for private parties, concerts, corporate meetings and fund-raisers too. Centrally located in the city, the restaurant also provides assistance for catering and decoration.
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.
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.
According to patrons, few places can match up to the great ambience of this restaurant in Kansas City. Jazz legends like Coleman Hawkins, Charlie Parker and Marilyn Maye and many others have performed at Jardine's on countless nights of pure Jazz. The menu comprises of some delicious seafood, steaks and burgers, adding another highlight to the experience. The selection of wines goes well with the food and also deserves a mention. The staff is friendly and always attentive to the needs of patrons. Check the website for their daily line-up of Jazz performances.
Located at the lobby level in the Intercontinental Kansas City at the Plaza, the Oak Bar is believed to be the best in town. And why not, with the most extensive list of delicious liquors in Kansas city, the Oak Bar is definitely worth every bit of this designation. Friday and Saturday nights see the best live jazz performances here. The bar features a special room where the smokers can steal a puff of the best cigars available here. Apart from all this the bar serves delicious appetizers, especially the ones at the Sushi bar. Come here for a great time with friends or otherwise.
Aura is one of the most popular and trendiest nightclubs in the city. It is located just 15 minutes south of downtown and has all of the modern features in a club, from VIP bottle service to a laser light show. During the week, the club has different theme nights and DJs, a fully stocked bar and it does not close until the wee hours of the morning.
If you are looking to see how Kansas City appeared back when Charlie Parker roamed the streets, stop by the Blue Room. Although the original Blue Room, where the 'Bird' blew saxophone is long gone, this jazz joint is a fine replica of the 1930's club. Located in the historic 18th & Vine district, it is a bit of a museum, with pictures of greats that cover the walls and relics of Kansas City's jazz era adorn the tables. Live music still gets the place swinging four nights a week. No food is available and smoking is not allowed, but there is a fully stocked bar.
Bands and artists like the Wilders, Zeke, Big Four, Bruce Robinson, Ann McCue and many more have entertained at the Davey's Uptown Ramblers Club. Always in the headlines for its great musical events, Davey's is one of the best places in Kansas to enjoy live music. There are daily specials like Gothic dance on Mondays and acoustic shows and bands on Wednesdays Davey's Uptown Ramblers Club has drink specials through the week, but you have to be of legal age. The venue can be booked for private parties as well as for corporate events. Being nominated and voted 'City's Best' for many consecutive years, as well as the Olympic Torch having passed outside—that's a claim to fame very few venues can stake.
The Mustache Club is one of those rare nightspots that give you the chance to let your hair down in a completely unpretentious atmosphere. This basement establishment is a little hard to find, but once you do, a night of enjoyment begins. If getting decked up in fancy clothes and your highest pair of heels is your idea of a good time, this is probably not the place for you. Instead, stop by in your most worn pair of jeans and enjoy some great live music, and don't forget to bring your own booze.
Kansas City, MO seems to abound with jazz clubs, almost on every corner you can find one. Some are better than others, yet one that consistently garners rave reviews from locals is the Broadway Jazz Club. It is located in the hip, historic Broadway Arts District and inside guests can see some of the local jazz musicians that make K.C. proud by carrying on the tradition of live music in the city. There are performances every night from Tuesday through Saturday and in addition to great music, visitors will also find a delightful menu of American comfort food, from vegetarian entrees to seafood, a night at the Broadway is always a good choice.