Boulevard Brewing is transforming it’s Beer Hall and Rec Deck into a holiday inspired popup bar to celebrate the season. Rec Deck the Halls will open to the public on Dec. 3. Admission is $5 per person for the event and groups over 10 are required to make a reservation.
The popup is 21 and over and will offer holiday inspired cocktails featuring Quirk Hard Seltzers, Fling Craft Cocktails, and barrel-aged beers. There will be plenty of shuffleboard, holiday cheer and all guests will leave with keepsake glassware.
Rec Deck the Halls will be open all December Friday-Sunday, as well as on select dates that pop up over the season.
Kansas City is losing one of it’s great live music venues in the coming months. The Westport Saloon announced today on Facebook that it plans to close down come the new year. According to the saloons owner you still have a few months to see a show at the Saloon.
They have kept a few dates open for any saloon family artists that would like the chance to play one last show on the stage. You can view the remaining shows on the Westport Saloons website located here.
Kansas City has plenty of great options to get your spook on. We’ve listed our favorite KC haunted houses below. Can you make it through Kansas City’s haunted houses without looking like the people caught on camera below?
Plans for a first of its kind entertainment district over the Kansas River got a mention in the Wall Street Journal today. A timeline has been set for the Kansas River bridge project to be open in 2023. According to Rock Island KC, they have secured multiple letters of intent from local KC area businesses to operate restaurants inside the space.
The space will house 4 restaurants, a bar and two event spaces. There is even an idea of adding a zip line from the Hy-Vee arena to the bridge. You can read up on all of the plans and timeline here.