Food critic Dave Eckert shows off KC’s Irish cuisine


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — New options this year offer traditional St. Patrick’s Day dishes.

Food critic Dave Eckert shows us what he’s going to try this year.


Located at 660 NW Metro N Dr, Kansas City, MO

Dave’s suggestions:

  • Reuben
  • Guinness Beef Stew
  • Corned Beef and Cabbage
    • Carrots, mashed potatoes, mustard-cream sauce

Gaël’s public house

Located at 5424 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO

With up to half a dozen St. Patrick’s Day specials

Dave’s suggestions:

  • Guinness Beef Stew
    • Includes potatoes and vegetables in a homemade broth
  • Corned beef and mince
    • Includes chunks of corned beef, vegetables and potatoes topped with a fried egg
  • Beef and beer bites
    • Features bite-sized meatballs in a rich, cheesy sauce

Minglewood to Strang Hall

Located at 7313 W 80th St, Overland Park, KS

  • Homemade corned beef
    • Served with fried potatoes, grilled cabbage and baby carrots
  • Anita’s Famous Rolls
  • Blarney Stones
    • Peanut encrusted pieces of iced white cake

Browne’s Irish Market

Located at 3300 Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO

Variety of Irish specialties on food and drink available all day

  • Browne’s Clonakilty Cask Strength Single Barrel Irish Whiskey
    • Barrel specially selected by Browne’s with the whiskey finished in cognac casks exclusively for Browne’s at the Clonakilty warehouse overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in County Cork

Crane brewing

Located at 6515 Railroad St, Raytown, MO

  • Geese Browne Ale
    • Collaboration between Crane Brewing and Browne’s Irish Marketplace

Be sure to watch the video above to see what dishes these restaurants will be serving.

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