Your beam to Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day food and splash events in Kansas City this week

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This week packs a one-two Tuesday-Wednesday punch: holidays that have zero in common with any other besides a fact that abounding and abundant food and splash play heavily into their celebrations. (These are a favorite kinds of holidays). For each, we’ve dull adult a handful of some of a many tantalizing places, events, and specialty offerings. So, get your mid-week indulge on, only tip good and hang to taxis. 

Fat Tuesday: Tuesday, Feb 13

For a many central jubilee in town, conduct to 18th and Vine. The Northeast KC Chamber of Commerce is throwing a retard jubilee commencement during 5:30 p.m., finish with Cajun food, dress contests, live song and more. Entrance to a eventuality is $20; for some-more information and tickets revisit a event’s website.

If it’s only some good Louisiana-style food and splash you’re after, the Brick (1727 McGee) is portion adult Fat Tuesday po’ boys, crawfish, beignets, muck and most more. Beignet (307 Main Street) during City Market is also a good go-to for New Orleans, Cajun and Creole cuisine — and if we get there early adequate tomorrow, we might be means to obstacle one of a eatery’s few remaining King Cakes. BB’s Lawnside BBQ (1205 East 85th Street) is also portion a specialty menu that includes gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice and more, and will have live song and beads to offer any patron purchasing one of a Louisiana-style items. Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar (4814 Roanoke Parkway) is hosting a jubilee that will underline oyster and crawfish specials, and hurricanes and Sazeracs. Finally, if you’re out in Lawrence, conduct to Terrebonne (805 Vermont Street) for Mardi Gras specials, in further to their unchanging menu of po’ boys, hush puppies and other favorites.

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Valentine’s Day: Wednesday, Feb 14

Most people seem to hatred Valentine’s Day, nonetheless it persists (there are worse things than good dinners out, during least). If in Lawrence, try Bon Bon (804 Pennsylvania Street). They are charity a $30 prix fixe that includes options like coconut shrimp croquettes, braised beef potato-beet pancakes and a preserved chocolate torte. Beer and booze pairings are accessible for $10 and $12 extra, respectively. Walk in or revisit their website to make reservations. 

It’s tough to beat Ça Va (4149 Pennsylvania Avenue) for a celebration, and it still has a few spots accessible for a three-course specialty dinner, that includes butter-poached lobster with leeks and roasted lamb with celery base puree. Visit a Tock page to make reservations for $75 a chairman (not including drinks, taxation or gratuity). 

For drinks and specialty chocolates, Manifesto (1924 Main Street) is holding reservations for a special offering: $30 (not including taxation or gratuity) gets we a potion of champagne and one of Manifesto’s cocktails, and a portion of J Rieger and Co.-inspired chocolates done by Andre’s Confesserie Suisse. Make your reservations here

Stock Hill (4800 Main Street) is charity a marketplace cost Oscar-style lobster for dual with rosemary salt crispy red potatoes, amont other specialty plates. Visit its website for some-more information and to make reservations. 

Cafe SebastienneCafe Sebastienne is charity a singular Wednesday night seating tonight for Valentine’s Day.

Cafe Sebastienne at a Kemper Museum of Art (4420 Warwick Boulevard) is opening a doors for a singular Wednesday night cooking seating. Chef Remy Ayesh is formulating a specialty coursed menu for $55 a person, with booze pairings accessible for an additional $20 (exclusive of taxation and tip). Dinner here also includes a revisit to a stream exhibit, “Nkame: A Retrospective of Cuban Printmaker Belkis Ayón (1967–1999),” before or after a cooking service. Visit a Kemper’s website for reservations. 

Another singular event is presenting itself tonight during KC Bier Company (310 West 79th Street), that is hosting a four-course, six-beer cooking featuing dishes done by Dirndl Kitchens, to be served with a accumulation of KC Bier Co.’s beers. Among your food options: Rinderrouladen, a bacon and pickle(!)-stuffed side beef served with potato dumplings and braised cabbage. Tickets are $60 (does not embody taxation or tip) per chairman and can be cumulative by visiting KC Bier Co or by job 816-214-8691. (KC Bier Company is also celebrating a fourth anniversary jubilee this weekend. From 1 to 5 p.m., they’ll be portion some-more than 30 singular beers, including several one-offs and anniversary offerings.)

In Lawrence, Leeway Frank’s (935 Iowa Street) is profitable loyalty to adore with a menu of Russian cuisine. There’s a lot here, including pig stroganoff, pelmeni, pig loin Kiev, and some-more for $45 a chairman (drinks, taxation and tip not included). Email eat@leewayfranks.com for reservations. 

Finally, Char Bar (4050 Pennsylvania Avenue) is veering off a grill trail with a seafood-heavy 3 march menu that, among many options, includes scallops with truffle risotto, lobster with preserved fennel and oxtail served in a fungus ragout. This dish is $100 per integrate (tax and wages not included) and tickets can be cumulative via Eventbrite.

Thursday, Feb 15

Anyone seeking an anti-Valentine’s jubilee can conduct to P.S. Speakeasy (106 West 12th Street, inside Hotel Phillips) tonight for a jubilee that includes upheld appetizers, live DJs and cocktails for squeeze including a “Swipe Left” and “Dumpt Cake.” Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here

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