Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Overland Park. Overland Park /ˈoʊvərlənd ˈpɑːrk/ is the second most populous city in the U.S. state of Kansas. Located in Johnson County, it is also the second most populous city in the Kansas City metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 173,372.
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4 based on 909 reviews
Gram & Dun brings culinarily-driven fare, while paying special attention to pairing food with libations. It's a place "for the people" where we can relax and enjoy the neighborhood vibe while we test theories of food, drink and the evolution of good times
A colleague of mine suggested I visit Gram & Dun while in KC for a business trip because it was a good restaurant with a really nice patio. I can only say I agree. Unfortunately I canât say anything about the food because I didnât have any since I had already eaten, but I really wanted to visit so I went there for dessert. I had the Gram & Dun bar which was just absolutely delicious. Also it was very warm so I sat inside but the staff was kind and let me sit by the windows so I could at least look out at the cosy patio. Iâd love to go back for a meal one day, but for now I can definitely recommend this place for dessert.
4 based on 181 reviews
JJ's is one of the oldest independent restaurants in the Kansas City area. We have recently moved 800 ft away from our old location, to the main lobby of the new Polsinelli building in the west plaza area. We have a very contemporary dining menu and one o
We dined at JJ's on a recent visit to the Country Club Plaza. The wine list and menu were both extensive and varied....there is something for everyone. The restaurant dÃ©cor is beautiful with upscale light fixtures, finishes and lots of beautiful ledgestone. The food was just OK - I ordered the boar ragu with parpadelle; my husband ordered a filet and mashed potatoes. Both portions were large. My husband's steak was partially underdone. He ordered it prepared medium and as he got to the end of it, part of it was raw. Our server never offered bread service; we were told we had to request it. We were out of town guests dining at JJ's for the first time and would have no idea we had to request bread service. When we asked for bread, she brought a basket of both crispy and soft bread items which were delicious. She never, however, brought us bread plates. Overall, she seldom checked on our dining experience, asked whether our food was to our liking or if we needed anything. We felt her service was average at best. Our bill was well over $100. We expected more value and a better experience for the price. The restaurant has underground parking and will validate it for restaurant diners which was a plus. We're uncertain if we'll return. There are many outstanding restaurants on the Country Club Plaza.
4 based on 440 reviews
Our Kansas City Plaza restaurant's charming atmosphere is enhanced by modern American cuisine & live music performed nightly and from 10 am - 1 pm during Weekend Jazz Brunch Saturdays and Sundays. Menus at the hotel's Chaz Restaurant in Kansas City reflec
Live Jazz every night. Maitre de seats you as you come in which was nice. Seems to be a popular place as it was quite crowded on a Saturday night.
4 based on 441 reviews
Comfortable, calming and chic, CafÃ© Trio draws a diverse clientele of urban dwellers, on-the-town suburbanites and tourists who strike up lively conversations over classically inspired craft cocktails and beautifully imagined seasonal, from-scratch dishes
Our group of 15 had a pleasant dinner in a private room overlooking the downstairs section, where a piano player entertained. Everyone injoyed the entrees (steak, salmon, and chicken). The room had very interesting wall decor (art from 1950s "men's magazines).
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