Kansas City Power & Light District’s annual winter restaurant week, Dine Downtown, is back, Feb. 21 – March 1, 2014. 11 restaurants will feature value priced, multiple-course lunch menus for $10-15 and three-course dinner menus for $25-30. Dine Downtown Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to try a new restaurant and experience all that Downtown Kansas City has to offer.
Guests will receive complimentary gift cards when they order from the exclusive Dine Downtown Menus. In addition to the already value-priced, multi-course menus, guests will receive gift cards or vouchers up to $10 for future use.
To view the participating Dine Downtown restaurants and menus, visit www.districtrestaurantweek.com. Make a reservation from the Yelp icon next to each participating restaurant.
Dine Downtown 2014 Participating Restaurants
- Bar Louie
- Bristol Seafood Grill
- Drunken Fish Sushi Restaurant & Lounge
- Flying Sauce Draught Emporium
- Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
- Johnny’s Tavern
- Maker’s Mark
- McFadden’s Sports Saloon
- Pizza Bar
- Tengo Sed Cantina
About the Kansas City Power & Light District (www.powerandlightdistrict.com)
The Kansas City Power & Light District is a vibrant, new eight-block neighborhood in the heart of downtown Kansas City that is redefining the City from its skyline to its sidewalks. The District links together the renovated Bartle Hall Convention Center, the new Sprint Center, offices, hotels, entertainment, cultural destinations and residential developments. The $850 million mixed-use District anchors $5 billion of complimentary development efforts in downtown Kansas City. The combination of entertainment, retail, nightlife and residential with the District’s imaginative and innovative design, has created an intriguing 24/7 neighborhood.