Comfort Suites Independence - Kansas City
19751 E. Valley View Parkway
Independence, MO 64057
Phone: (816) 373-9880
Fax: (816) 373-9885
Bars & Cafes
Twin Peaks is frequented by both sports enthusiasts and beer lovers. It hires pleasant-looking waitresses to serve guests. The food menu includes burgers and light American snacks.
Corner Cafe is open from 5a in the morning and is the ideal breakfast spot. Relish items like Grilled Pork Cutlet with eggs and French toast. This eatery specializes in baked goods and desserts such as Pineapple Nut Cake and Lemon Meringue Pie.
Saints Pub + Patio is a sports bar with multiple high-definition television screens. It is most popular for its lunch buffet and Sunday brunch. It offers daily discounts on a combination of beers and light American snacks.
The Big Biscuit is ideal when you desire a quick, yet wholesome, breakfast. There is a separate menu for health-conscious people, while the regular menu includes strawberry pancakes and Mayberry sausage.
Opened in 1972, Flamingo Lounge, which is located on Highway 40, is a lively lounge with a spacious dance floor, high definition TVs, 6 pool tables and a deck for smoking. Regular events like live music nights and poker games are arranged here.
The Trouser Mouse Bar & Grill is where you will find free nightly rock, blues and bluegrass performances by local bands. Their dance floor is always packed and even though you might not be dancing, your feet will certainly be tapping. Dig into their pub grub such as Buffalo Wings, Pork Tenderloin and Popcorn Shrimp while enjoying the happy hours with a beer or shot specials. Some of their previous listings are Loose Change, The Punknecks, The Bel Airs and Bluzbenderz.
Main Street Coffee is a lively coffeehouse where you can get your morning caffeine fix and a bite of delicious cafe snacks and sandwiches. The cafe also serves several cold beverages and smoothies. Live music concerts here draw people from all across the town to this establishment.
Courthouse Exchange, located on West Lexington Avenue, is a family-friendly bar which was established in 1899. The bar serves a number of local and imported beers as well as a number of micro-brews.
Rosie's Cafe, located on U.S. Highway 40, is a great place to stop in for some breakfast. Try out their omelets, hash browns, sausages, basted eggs and more.
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.
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!
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.