The party doesn't stop when these lights turn off. | Photo by @kansascityinphotos
Chiefs fans bleed red and gold, even when the game may not be in the 816. So while nothing can ever beat the volume of Arrowhead Stadium, we gathered the best places to watch (and stress over) Chiefs road games.
TV central station
Whether you have a large group and need to see the game from all angles, or you are a fantasy football fanatic, these spots have more TVs than we can count.
Brooksider | 6630 Brookside Plaza, Kansas City, MO | Absolutely no shortage of screen space here, even on the patio.
The Well | 7421 Broadway St., Kansas City, MO | Find extra TVs upstairs on the rooftop bar — perfect for enjoying the crisp fall air while watching the game.
Coach’s Bar and Grill | 9089 W. 135th St., Overland Park, KS | Every TV here is capable of showing a different channel, so you will never miss the action.
For the Locals
If you’re from KC, these spots may be second nature to you — but there’s room for all Chiefs fans around here. Check out these spots for a true Kansas Citian football watching experience.
The Peanut on Main | 5000 Main St., Kansas City, MO | What better place to watch the game than KC’s oldest bar and grill? We’re talking Prohibition days.
Nick and Jake’s | 6325 Lewis St., Parkville, MO | Try the KC Wolfpack Platter to elevate the game day vibes.
The kids these days — they don’t know how lucky they are to grow up watching Patrick Mahomes sling touchdowns left and right. Visit these spots for an plenty of kid-friendly menu options — don’t worry, there’s adult drink menus here too.
Freddy T’s | 7920 W. 151st St., Overland Park, KS. | Plenty of TVs + menu options for the little ones.
Minksy’s Pizza | 427 Main St., Kansas City, MO | Order a gourmet pizza to feed the whole family.
Caffeine and Chrome | Sat., Sept. 24 | 9 a.m.-12 p.m. | Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas, 1202 S. Lone Elm Rd., Olathe, KS | Free | Show off your collectible car or admire the classics while snacking with complimentary coffee and pastries. 🏎️
KC Vintage Flea | Sat., Sept. 24 | 11 a.m.-4 p.m. | Parlor, 1707 Locust St., Kansas City, MO | Score local vintage finds after grabbing a bite to eat.
Pint Path | Sat., Sept 24 | 12-5 p.m. | 1520 Clay St., Kansas City, MO | $5+ | Join this pub crawl event that showcases the businesses of North KC — on foot or bike. 🍻
Sunday Trivia | Sun., Sept 25 | 1-3 p.m. | Kansas City Bier Company, 310 W. 79th St., Kansas City, MO | Free | Test your knowledge (and maybe your friendships) with your teammates for a chance to win prizes.
Sunday Cinema: Beetlejuice | Sun., Sept. 25 | 2-4 p.m. | Kansas City Public Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO | Free | Grab your popcorn for this “Beetlejuice” screening. 📽️
Most robotic automation is complex and expensive, but Ally Robotic’s programming-free robots represent a step forward for affordable automation. | Photo provided by Ally Robotics
The year is 2022. Robotics company CEO Mitch Tolson is tasked with automating production in a popular fast food chain— and he invents a new type of robot to do it.
It’s not science fiction — Ally Robotics has created a first-of-its-kind scalable robot that bypasses the need for programming and learns by watching humans work.
Kansas Citians are invited to invest in robotic technology (a $114 billion market)beforeit rolls out across agriculture, construction, and manufacturing industries — the investment deadline is Thurs., Sept. 29.*
90,000 streetlights in KC are being replaced with LED lights. City Manager Brian Platt says this initiative will save $5 million a year in maintenance costs and will reduce city CO2 emissions by 29,000 tons annually — equal to removing 6,000 cars from the road daily.
Kansas City announced Zero KC — a plan to end homelessness. The city conducted a needs assessment that included data, community asset mapping, and community-based research techniques to provide an analysis of Kansas City’s needs regarding homelessness.
A KC startup program received international acclaim for its economic equity and inclusion practices. SVS is a program for social entrepreneurs to grow their business + increase their community impact.
Sundown on Sunday marks the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. People who observe this holiday typically enjoy apples and honey in hopes of having a sweet new year. It runs until the evening of Tues., Sept. 27. Shana Tova! (That’s Hebrew for “Have a good year!“)
Manor Records is celebrating the five-year anniversary of being a local record label in KC. They plan to host a Fall Fundraiser Auction on Sat., Oct. 1, for a night of local music, food, and auction items to benefit local musicians.
City Barrel Brewing released a limited-edition beer in collaboration with KC’s first Black-owned brewery, Vine Street Brewing Co.Neon Flamingos is a hazy IPA brewed with raspberries, cherries, and lemon peel. It is available for a limited time in a four-pack and on draft while supplies last.
Shout-out to the ‘burbs. Four KC-area cities made the rankings in the Smart Assets “Best Suburbs to Live In Near a Large City” based on factors such as affordability and jobs. Smithville ranked in the top 50, landing a spot at No. 39. (Kansas City Business Journal)
Did you knowThe Folly Theater is now past the halfway point in the renovation process? The changes include lifting an 800-lb sculpture up to the balcony level of the theater.
Lily Floral Designs is coming to Columbus Park. The grand opening for the brand new — and first physical — retail space is on Thurs., Oct. 15th. The shop will be open for walk-ins, delivering flowers, and a one stop shop for all things floral + gifting.
Time to feel the fall breeze + enjoy the autumn leaves with the Fall For Your City Sale happening now on Six & Main, KCtoday’s online shop. Take 20% off the entire Fall For Your City Collection now through Sun., Sept. 25.
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All Country Club Plaza parking garages are free and open to the public. View the parking map here.
Restrooms are located near fair entrances and exits.
Check out the interactive kids section on the Broadway block — between 47th Street and Nichols Road.
Today’s edition was written by Bella.
Editor’s pick: Finally, my fall weather wish came true! I hope you all have been enjoying this weather as much as I have. I will definitely be enjoying it while visiting the Plaza Art Fair + a rooftop bar for the Chiefs game.
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