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Restaurant Week at the Kauffman Center Dining Experience

Kauffman Center Dining Experience Joins Restaurant Week

Special menu available on performance nights Jan. 11-20

Pomegranate Orange Salad - Kauffman Center Dining Experience

Restaurant Week 2019 Menu

Winter 2018-2019 Dinner Menu

Make a Reservation

The Dining Experience at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts will offer a special three-course dinner menu for $33 on performance nights during Kansas City Restaurant Week, January 11-20, 2019. Reservations are available starting at 5 p.m. Special for Restaurant Week, guests not attending a performance can take advantage of later seating times. Make a reservation on Open Table.

The Restaurant Week menu offers a choice of three starters, an entree selection of Smoked Circle B Ranch Pork Loin, and a dessert course of Sticky Toffee Pudding. Executive Chef Laura Comer crafted the menu to offer elevated takes on comforting dishes, and to provide options not currently available on the Dining Experience’s seasonal winter dinner menu. That menu, with four additional entrees and three additional desserts, will also be available during Restaurant Week at the regular $37 price.

Ten percent of sales from each Restaurant Week meal benefits three local charities: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City, The Kansas City Regional Destination Development Foundation, and the GKCRA Education Foundation.

Read about Executive Chef Laura Comer in Flatland magazine’s “Guide to Top Chefs” for Restaurant Week.

Find the Dining Experience on 435 Magazine’s “Experts Guide to Kansas City Restaurant Week 2019.”

ABOUT EXECUTIVE CHEF LAURA COMER

Executive Chef Laura Comer brings a wealth of fine dining history to her work at the Kauffman Center, where she has led the culinary team since fall 2016. Her background includes time with well-known local establishments including Bluestem, Justus Drugstore and Treat America. The Greater Kansas City Restaurant Association named Comer its 2018 “Chef of the Year.” Comer is a Kansas City native and graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance. She holds an A.O.S. in Culinary Arts and Le Cordon Bleu Diploma from The California School of Culinary Arts.

ABOUT THE DINING EXPERIENCE AT THE KAUFFMAN CENTER

The Dining Experience at the Kauffman Center offers modern American cuisine prior to most evening performances at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The Dining Experience has a seasonal three-course dinner menu for $37 per person, as well as a selection of small plates. Guests may enjoy a seasonal craft cocktail and curated wine selection. Reservations are recommended. Walk-in dining is offered depending on availability.

Photo by Anna Petrow.

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