Lawrence fans Sylas & Maddy’s Now we have a new place in South Kansas City to fix their candy. Cookies & Dairy is now open in the renovated Red Bridge Mall at 533 East Red Bridge Road. In addition to the new Wonderscope Children’s Museum, Crow’s Coffee and Red Bridge Barrio, Cookies & Creamery is at the center of a much-needed upgrade for retail and hospitality in the region.
Cookies & Creamery is owned by Kiffany and Steve Bosserman, who have been running Cottontale All-Natural Cotton Candy since 2017. The store stocks ice cream, ice cream sandwiches with Mary’s Mountain Cookies (and also rolled in chocolate chips or sprinkles), Shatto milk products, cotton candy from Cottontale and more. Consequences. Cookies & Creamery on Instagram for new flavors, offers and updates at an official opening.
New to the Crossroads: Crossroads Market, the first grocery store on the Crossroads in decades, opens on 18th & Holmes
While Crossroads residents and visitors alike have ample dining and drinking options, a grocery store has been a convenience that has been sorely lacking for decades. These years of waiting ended with the opening of the local owner Intersection market at 640 East 18th Street (18th Street & Holmes Road). While the grand opening officially takes place on March 20th, the store is currently open (offering 15% off all items) until that opening takes place. Community Grocery offers healthy foods and drinks, including organic, organic, and grass-fed meats, as well as beer, wine, and spirits. The market is open on weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Sundays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Also new: The Le Chronic Cafe opens on Saturday at the City Market
If you miss the city market’s Beignet, keep an eye out for it Le Chronic CafeOpening this Saturday at the Town Market at 419 Main Street. Le Chronic is owned by Bryan Merker, who owned both former Beignet stores. The Le Chronic Cafe promises to be versatile and offers a menu of Hungarian goulash, meatloaf filled with mozzarella and eclairs. Le Chronic is open on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Let’s Eat: Need a St. Pat’s Fix?
With a little luck, this St. Patrick’s Day could be one of the last COVID holidays. And while we’re definitely not out of the weeds when we go out to eat, guests of the KC region can still enjoy a few vacation dishes, including shepherd’s pie, Guinness clams, and of course corned beef and cabbage. Below is a list of a handful of the most tempting options.
Q39: Take a corned beef brisket reuben sandwich ($ 13) or a corned beef brisket plate served with new potatoes, root vegetables, and cabbage ($ 20). This special is only available on March 17th.
Summit Grill: Choose from a selection of traditional Irish dishes, including Shepherd’s Pie ($ 13.95), Dublin Coddle ($ 6.95), and Corned Beef and Cabbage ($ 16.95). Happy hour specials are also available. St. Pat’s Specials will be available from March at Summit Grill locations. Mar 12, 17. Check out the Summit Group’s entire family of restaurants – all of the restaurants, including Third Street Social and Pearl Tavern, have specials too.
Plowboys BBQ: The “Rub Me for Luck” sandwich special, available on March 17th, features a collaboration between Plowboys, Meshuggah Bagels and Helga Mustard. The smoked pastrami from Plowboys, cooked with Bovine Bold Rub, is crushed and foamed with Helga mustard. Cabbage, on a fresh Meshuggah bagel ($ 9.50).
We’ll be releasing more St. Pat’s Specials next week.
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