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Just a few minutes from downtown, the Stockyards District is one of Kansas City’s most popular destinations for the arts, eating and drinking, as well as sports and recreational activities. From award-winning restaurants and wineries to renowned galleries and rowing clubs, the district showcases a diverse mix of what our city has to offer.
FOOD & DRINK
Amigoni Urban Winery
Located in the historic Daily Drover Telegram Newspaper building, this family-run urban winery invites guests to sample handcrafted wines of the Bordeaux and Rhone varieties. All grapes are harvested by hand in Missouri vineyards, with an annual production of over 3,200 cases.
Genessee Royale Bistro
People from all over KC flock to this vintage-y neighborhood bistro for breakfast and lunch. During the summer months, the patio is packed with locals enjoying an afternoon bite or one of the amazing cocktails.
Formerly the well-known dive bar, Grandma’s, this casual watering hole has reinvented itself. Lucky Boys serves up stiff drinks, quality bar snacks and a playlist that’s sure to get your feet tapping.
Stockyards Brewing Co.
This craft brewery breathed new life into what was once the Golden Ox building. The goal here is to make and serve unpretentious beer while promoting positive social and environmental change through good business. Amen to that.
This award-winning restaurant has made its name on an inventive and internationally influenced menu. Offering a mix of small plates and larger dishes (and one of the longest, coziest bars in the city) you’ll be happy you stopped by.
ARTS & CULTURE
As one of the premier contemporary art destinations in Kansas City, the gallery features the work of renowned local, national and international artists.
Established in 2011 as the curatorial collaboration of six artists, this gallery brings fresh perspectives and promotes dialogue within the local art community and beyond.
Sports & Recreation
Kansas City Rowing Club
Started in 1992, the Kansas City Rowing Club helps rowers improve their skills while providing access to the Kansas and Missouri rivers. Membership is required for long-term participants but not for introductory rowing sessions or beginner clinics.