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Enjoy local food during KC Restaurant Week

There is still time to dine out and do good for KC Restaurant Week through January 21 with 10% of the proceeds going to charity partner, Kanbe’s Market.  

KC Restaurant Week, January 12-21, is an annual event with hundreds of restaurants across the metro offering special multicourse menus throughout the week.

Greenability is highlighting a few of the participating local restaurants that use locally sourced ingredients


Affäre offers a seasonal dining German-inspired experience in the Crossroads with ingredients from Kansas City farmers. 

During Restaurant Week, it features a $55 dinner menu with four courses and optional wine pairings.

You can make reservations at

Bluebird Bistro 

Located in the Westside neighborhood, Bluebird Bistro highlights local fare with its comfort food menu including locally sourced eggs and meat.

During Restaurant Week, it will feature a $20 lunch menu, and two dinner menu options for $40 and $50. 

You can learn more at

Colonial Kitchen

At Colonial Gardens, a destination garden center in Blue Springs, MO, Colonial Kitchen features a local and seasonal crafted menu including produce from its own farms as well as other regional suppliers. It serves breakfast, brunch and lunch Wednesday through Sunday.

During Restaurant Week, it will feature a three course lunch menu for $20.

You can make reservations at

Homesteader Cafe

The Homesteader Cafe serves up good food sourced from Kansas City’s farmers in simple, well-prepared dishes in downtown Kansas City, MO.

During Restaurant Week, it features multicourse $20 and $40 brunch menus. 

You can make reservations at

Room 39

Room 39 prepares farm-to-table breakfast, lunch and dinner with thoughtfully selected wines at its restaurant in Kansas City, MO. Chef Ted Habiger believes the best tasting food comes from local farmers who use sustainable harvesting and growing practices.

During Restaurant Week, it features a three course dinner menu for $55.

You can make reservations at

Supporting Kanbe’s Market

This year’s charity partner is Kanbe’s Market. The organization delivers fresh fruits and vegetables to corner store locations in Kansas City’s east side to help expand the reach of healthy foods in food desert communities.

It also works with local partners to divert an impressive amount of food waste from entering the landfill. 

Find more local restaurants

To support even more restaurants that source local ingredients, check out Cultivate KC’s Find Local Food listings. 

To learn more about KC Restaurant Week, visit

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