Comfort Suites Speedway
3000 N. 103rd Terrace
Kansas City, KS 66109
Phone: (913) 299-4466
Fax: (913) 788-9959
T-Rex Cafe, owned by Landry's Restaurants Inc. is recognized as one of the finest theme restaurants in the city offering more than just an exciting menu. Here, you'll find faux banyan trees, dinosaurs, waterfalls and aquariums which give the place a true tropical ambiance. It is designed to educate kids and catch their fancy while they gorge on healthy food.
Visiting Longhorn is like paying a visit to the authentic West. The steaks are hand-cut, hand-seasoned and carefully prepared. The burgers are thick & juicy and salads are freshly prepared. They offer legendary Western fare to satisfy a range of cravings.
Visit the Camp Critter Bar and Grille to get a camping experience. Amidst the lush oak and maple trees, you get the feel of a forest. The tree house filled with critters completes the picture. You have the options of savoring the food at private dining tents and cabins. It has an array of dishes for the adventurous campers. Soups, grilled chicken, healthy salads and the burgers are perfect to cure your hunger pangs. Complete the meal with the smacking smoothies. It also offers a children's menu. Open daily from 7a onwards.
Bear Claw Café located in the Great Wolf Lodge, welcomes you with an array of goodies on display. Satiate the sugar rush with pastries, fudges and ice cream. The aroma of the great Starbucks coffee whets your appetite. The tempting ice cream beckons you. The sandwiches and soups complete the menu. After a long and exhausting day at the water park, relax in this home like cafe.
In between the water park slides and splashes, grab a bite at the Spirit Island Snack Shop. Its located within the Great Wolf Lodge, so you don't have to leave the premises. The presentation of food is great and catches the eye. Bite in to the nachos or chill with the beverages. Grab on the snacks and with renewed energy get back to the fun filled activities.
Situated atop the historic Parkville overlooking the Missouri River and spires of the Park University building, Piropos Grille is the perfect romantic getaway. Specializing in South American and Latin cuisine, this restaurant offers a memorable dining experience combining alluring ambiance with excellent food and service. The menu is a blend of a myriad of flavors ranging from Italian to Latin, with emphasis on Argentinian cuisine. Stand-out dishes include Chicken Empanadas, KAB Ribeye, Stuffed Chicken, Grilled Salmon and Tres Leches. An exceptional wine list accompanies the courses, adding a finesse to the overall experience. Private dining is also offered; reservations are highly recommended.
Amigo's offers an American menu, Mexican menu, kid's menu, appetizers, salads, and even a beer menu.
Although the menu changes daily, what remains constant at the Bonefish Grill is the fact that the seafood you are served is absolutely fresh, not to mention supremely tasty. If you're lucky enough to drop by on the right day, you could gorge on delicacies like cornmeal battered Chincoteague oysters and imperial wolf fish stuffed with scallops, crab meat and shrimp. Fresh fish preparations, whether Chilean sea bass, Atlantic salmon or longfin tilapia, grilled and served with sauces like mango salsa and lemon butter, are scrumptious. Burgers and tacos also feature on the menu. For those with special dietary requirements, there is even a gluten-free menu. Wines, martinis and beers are available.
Along with restaurants like the Bonefish Grill, Em Chamas Brazilian Grill is one of your dining options at the Village at Burlington Creek. The restaurant offers rodizio service, so your meats are skewered and presented at your table. The meats you can gorge on include sirloin with provolone cheese, boneless beef ribs and marinated pork loin. There is also a cocktail, beer and wine menu.
Fat Fish Blue serves up delicious Louisiana-Creole food and serves as a great setting for business get-togethers, meals with friends and family, or nights of dancing and live music. Fat Fish Blue hosts live entertainment four nights a week, with both local and nationally touring artists.
Historic Federal-styled home was once the residence of the first territorial governor of Kansas. The property is now an intimate 40-seat dinner restaurant and private event site. Culinary classes and off-site catering are also offered.
Business patrons looking for a quiet, classy place to dine will love this spot in Shawnee Mission. Offering a great wine list, flavorful food and outdoor seating, this moderately priced Italian restaurant is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Although the ambiance is more on the romantic side, children are welcome. Entrees include Pizza, homemade Ravioli, Osso Bucco and more. Sandwiches come with Paulo's famous homemade potato chips. This is a great place for business luncheons or intimate gatherings.