Friday, March 26, 2010

Webster House

We snuck into the Webster House for the very first time earlier this month and had some gorgeous happy hour snacks before venturing out for First Friday. For other "firsties" like us, Webster House offers the unique combination of antiques and dining in one beautiful historic building. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places, Webster House was originally a school house built over 125 years ago.

They recently started dinner service and we're so glad we got the chance to check them out. But that small taste wasn't enough. We are definitely going back there for a full dinner and maybe some shopping. Wallet, watch out!

We are always super-excited to see Kansas City growing. With all the construction cones, cranes and demolition going on, it's nice to have the history of Webster House reminding us to appreciate the old with the new. Parking is one problem you're not going to have, we walked past at least three lots.
The chef's table is to the left of this picture.
Lucky me, Boulevard was there doing a free tasting. I tried a bit of the Tank 7 (like I don't already know that it is one of my all-time favorites!) and a seasonal Belgian-style.
What's up, Doc? Some mouth-watering rabbit.
And predictably, my Irish husband had the fish 'n chips,
Webster House style.
1644 Wyandotte
Kansas City, MO 64108

*Reservations recommended.

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