Because why no longer? It’s seemingly National Oyster Day; if you’re inside the mood to celebrate, head to Lee’s Summit and visit Pearl Tavern (1672 Northwest Chipman Road), wherein they’re serving $1 Delaware oysters all day long (11 a.M. To 11 p.M.). The occasion may even feature drink specials and giveaways. Or: discover ways to make both homes made ricotta and mozzarella cheeses from chef Dana Holland at some stage in this night’s class at the Culinary Center of Kansas City (7920 Santa Fe Drive). The sparkling cheeses can be included in dishes like ricotta strawberry bombolini and fried mozzarella sandwiches during the demonstration and tasting. The elegance is $ sixty-five a person, and tickets can be bought thru the Culinary Center of Kansas City’s website.
Tuesday, August 6.
Chef Alex Staab of Chicken N Pickle (1761 Burlington Avenue) has created a special menu for tonight’s charity dinner providing clean tomatoes from Kurlbaum’s Heirlooms. The seven-course meal benefits Homes From The Heart, an business enterprise committed to sustainable construction and structure in Central America and Haiti. The $ ninety-five-according to-seat meal includes dishes like pickled tomatoes with cucumber, goat cheese, lemon, and thyme; and a roasted rack of lamb with mint and pistachios. Tickets and facts are to be had via Eventbrite. Visit Dolce Bakery (3930 West 69th Terrace) starting at 6 p.M. For bar night. Pick up a one-off chocolate bite, bittersweet brownie, and snickerdoodle bars (the ones aren’t regularly to be had gadgets), which you may take to go or top with a scoop of Christopher Elbow’s Glacé ice cream. Boulevard Brewing Company can also be on hand with beer samples.
Head to Martin City’s Somerset Wine and Cider Bar (311 West 135th Street) for the Heirloom Tomato Dinner and Wine Experience. “Tomato whisperer” James Worley may be partnering with chef Brett Atkinson of Indulge Catering for a 4-course tomato dinner entire with wine pairings. The dinner is $50. Learn greater and purchase tickets here. The 11th annual UNICO Microbrew Festival is these days from 5–nine p.M. At Zona Rosa (8640 Dixon Avenue). Every year, UNICO, an Italian-American provider company, brings together brewers, makers, and crafters to raise cash for its university fund and local charities. Thirty breweries, maximum of them neighborhood, maybe represented this year, including Mother’s Brewing Company, Big Rip Brewing Company, Martin City Brewing Company, KC Bier Co., and many extras. Tickets are $25; more statistics and tickets are to be had via Eventbrite.
Thirteen meal vans will be handy for the Crossroads Food Truck Festival at Crossroads KC (417 East 18th Street). Cheesy Street, the Waffler, Melt Box Ice Cream, Taste of Brazil, and the Hungry Hatch are the various meals vans on the way to be a gift for the festival, which starts offevolved at five p.M. Live track, lawn video games, and face painting are also features of the occasion. Tickets begin at $10; choose the ones up here. Bananas Foster French toast, bird and waffles, and bird fried steak with eggs are on the brunch menu at Soiree Steak and Oyster House (1512 East 18th Street). Chef Anita Moore’s new New Orleans-inspired eating place 18th and Vine recently debuted brunch provider, which additionally consists of live jazz from musician Chris Nickens. Brunch runs from eleven a.M. To three:30 p.M. The tune starts at noon.
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