Comfort Suites Speedway
3000 N. 103rd Terrace
Kansas City, KS 66109
Phone: (913) 299-4466
Fax: (913) 788-9959
3000 N. 103rd Terrace, Kansas City, KS, US, 66109
- Phone: (913) 299-4466
- Fax: (913) 788-9959
New Orleans cuisine, live entertainment and a casual atmosphere are the trademarks of this Northland favorite. A wood floor, wood railings and wooden tables and chairs give this restaurant a rustic feel. Nightly entertainment makes it an energetic place to dine. This is a great place for friends to relax, but not a good place to carry on intimate conversations. Diners can feast on seafood, barbecued meats and Cajun chicken to sounds of live music.
One of the happening clubs in Kansas City, MenegesKC is a great place to socialize and make new friends. The club has a vibrant atmosphere, with a dance floor in the middle surrounded by dinner tables. There's a bar which serves an extensive list of drinks to choose from. The club hosts couples night, friendly Friday, DJ nights as well as a few special events and theme parties. Dinner shows are also held in the club on select nights.
Club Kandi is a great hip-hop club in the city. Making people dance to the hottest hip-hop and dance-hall tracks in the city, this club is a local favorite when it comes to late night parties. Most visitors here are in their early 20s and usually hang around to have a good time. Do contact them for details.
Just a short walk from the convention center and numerous downtown hotels, The Phoenix is the place to go to experience the city's famous jazz scene. It hosts live bands seven-nights-a-week and charges no cover. The room is small and often crowded, but the close quarters add to the festive atmosphere. Local and regional bands share the stage with big-name talents, making this the perfect spot to kick back and enjoy a musical evening on the town. Apart from the entertaining music, a lot of delicious and healthy salads, appetizers and refreshing drinks are on the menu.
This nightclub just southwest of downtown K.C. is a trendy spot for locals to meet, have a couple of cocktails and dance. It is bi-level, there are private VIP rooms and clients can rent the massive 14,000 sq. ft. space for private events. The state-of-the-art sound system and theme nights constantly maintain the crowds, some nights are for the ladies, Latin music, live music, etc. Every night a dress code is enforced and if you want to smoke they have an outdoor patio just for that.
The Phoenix is what Yoshi's is to Oakland and The Blue Note is to NYC, most notably it is the city's number one jazz restaurant. Guests come down six nights a week to listen to a varied mix of jazz musicians from around town as well as those touring the U.S. The jazz hall also functions as a restaurant, so you can watch the show while you eat. They have a great happy hour from 3-6pm and on Saturdays their 'Bloody Mary Brunch' allows you to make your own Bloody Mary as you wish! Check website for complete calendar and show times.
John's offers three floors of fun in downtown Kansas City. The first floor is geared to the sports minded, with multiple televisions and a big wooden bar. The second floor is more action oriented, with pool tables, dartboards and video games to keep drinkers busy. The third floor is actually a roof top deck that hosts live bands from March through October. The music, ranging from rock to jazz to blues, features local and regional favorites. The menu is filled with the usual bar fare at reasonable prices.
In the River Market area, this is an upscale restaurant which doubles as a happening concert venue. Opened in the year 2002, the restaurant quickly caught up on the nightlife in Kansas City, with the ever active dance floor which hosts hip hop, jazz, reggae. Food and drinks to accompany an eventful evening is a wonderful combination for chilling out. Occasionally it holds events like the 'Monthly Wine and Dinner' which are usually monthly events.
If country western music is your thing, be sure to check out this fun and friendly dance club where every night is a party. Free dance lessons are the draw from 7:30p-8:30p Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. By the time 9pm rolls around, you will be a pro. The atmosphere is extremely casual (cowboy boots are optional, but highly suggested), the staff is attentive and the beer is always cold. Cover charges vary depending on the night and occasion.
The envy of every nightclub in Kansas City is NV. The club sets the standards which the rest follow. Timely themes for festivals such as Halloween spice up the place. Knowing only those loaded with cash come in, the liquor on sale is expensive. But no sooner do the rays of light change and the music starts playing, people flock to the dance-floor to groove to the music. Local performers often join hands with DJs to raise the roof. Ample parking space is on offer. NV is also available for hosting private parties. The club is gay friendly.
Dance the night away at this dark dance club located in downtown's "Dance Club" district. A large dance floor at the back of the venue is filled most nights of the week with young hipsters and rave lovers grooving to an ever changing blend of techno, house, salsa and more. Tiger-striped booths offer a comfortable place to chug a drink and catch your breath. A small kitchen pumps out standard bar fare and appetizers to keep the energy flowing.
One of the few bars in the city to be locally-owned, Czar Bar is traditional to the core and proud of it too. Inside, this bar gives you simple, no-frills sights and sounds without any pretense. It is no wonder this is one of the most popular spots for up-and-coming artists and musicians. In addition to the extensive drink menu, they also serve some better-than-average tacos; try their signature BBQ taco, it is made with authentic, KC style pork.