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Lill’s on 17th is Closing
My heart is truly heavy. Due to health reasons and the loss of her lease, Trelle Osteen is closing our favorite little bistro on 17th in the Westside.
Seasons Change, People Change, Restaurants Change
With regard to Check, Please! KC , KCPT will continue to air each program in spite of the fact that one of the three restaurants is no longer a viable option.
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Go Behind the Scenes!
Let’s take a spin behind-the-scenes of Check, Please! Kansas City!
KCPT Community Advisory Board really Delivers
The KCPT Community Advisory Board took on the daunting task of delivering over 80 framed CP quotes to restaurants featured on Check, Please! KC.
Watch Gaslight Grill, Kitty’s Cafe and Real Jalisco Fine Mexican Cuisine
Reviewers Geraldo Pazar, Kayla Manning and Jennifer Bickle join Doug Frost to talk about the Gaslight Grill in Leawood, Kansas, Kitty’s Cafe in Midtown and Real Jalisco Fine Mexican Cuisine in Blue Springs, Missouri.
Here are this week’s upcoming shows of Check, Please! KC
Thanks again to our Community Advisory Board Members who are continuing to drop off the Check, Please! KC certificates to our alumni restaurants!
Sometimes one minute in a Check, Please! KC show is enough time to tell the full restaurant story. Sometimes it’s not. Here is an extended interview with Ken and Michelle of K&M BBQ in Spring Hill, Kansas.
Sometimes a minute in the show about a restaurant is not enough! Here is the extended interview with Chef Howard Hanna and Owner Ryan Mabee of The Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange.
Sometimes one minute in a Check, Please! KC show is enough time to tell the full restaurant story. Sometimes it’s not. Here is an extended interview with Larry Barrera of El Sombrero in Claycomo, Missouri.
Sometimes one minute in a Check, Please! KC show is enough time to tell the full restaurant story. Sometimes it’s not. Here is an extended interview with Managing Partner Brandon Strick and Executive Chef Stephanie Dumler of The Westside Local in the Westside neighborhood.