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The Drop
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
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409 E 31st St Kansas City, MO 64108
409 East 31st StreetUSMissouriKansas City64108
$$Bistro, American Restaurant
American Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 1:00 AMSaturday 10:00 AM – 1:00 AMSunday 10:00 AM – 3:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
An upscale neighborhood bistro that is known for its unique bruschetta menu as well as a robust cocktail, beer, and spirits selection. Relax and unwind...
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American snacks & shareable plates plus a lengthy cocktail list in an upscale, laid-back bar space.- Google
"The apple-brie bruschette was the best and was sweetish."
"Best crab cake Benedict I've found in the city."
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lakin forden
3 months ago
Good food, few choices. A little pricey. Was not impressed with the mixed drinks considering they cost more than the meal. Enjoyed it but would not eat there again.
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Logan Wilson
a year ago
Best crab cake Benedict I've found in the city. Lumps of crab cooked to perfection. Been back several times and even their dinner is delicious. Service is always excellent as well making this contemporary fun bar wonderful place to visit!
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Glen Dakan
a year ago
I eat here often as I work around the corner, impressed every time! The bruschetta is their specialty and is always something I introduce people to.
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Brian Bustos
3 years ago
I go here all the time. Foods outstanding and really love the atmosphere. They've got music video jukebox that is mesmerizing and keeps the memories of my teenage years streaming.
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Josh VanMeter
2 weeks ago
Top notch drinks and bar food. Multiple bars in the area make this a perfect area for bar hopping.
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Susan Casserley
a year ago
The Drop was a pretty place with brick and chandeliers and a pretty bar and cute couches in the front. It looked like a nice quiet, dark, romantic place. But it wasn't. The maitre d was dressed in unattractive, sloppy jeans shorts and paid no attention to us until we went up to her at the bar and then she stood there and gossiped with the other bar staff. The service was extremely unprofessional. Our waiter was better but very slow and inattentive. The sloppy junk closet was open and junk was spilling out. They could have closed the nice red velvet curtain that hid the junk room and junk closet but they didn't and we looked directly into it. The food was so-so. The lettuce wraps were not good at all and didn't even have the rind cut off of the cucumber slices. The our choices of 4 bruschette plate had 2 ok choices and 2 that we thought were not good. The apple-brie bruschette was the best and was sweetish. The salami-pepadew had poor quality meat that didn't taste good. The Goat cheese and fig was OK. the fresh mozzerella with tomato was didn't taste fresh or particularly good. There was a table of drunks at the tall table next to us that were loud and offensive and really, made it seem like somewhat of a dive, regardless of the appearance. None of their specialty drinks sounded good to me and I ended up with wine, which seemed safest.
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Peter Sierant
a year ago
very quaint and charming location...but make sure you go,early...they were out of a lot of menu items when we arrived at 9:30...
Brian Parnacott
3 years ago
Wednesday is Trivia Night; a great time! Bruschetta is amazing.


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