520 W 75TH St, Kansas City, MO | Directions 6411438.992615 -94.596036
Mon. - Thu. 11am - 1am;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 1:30am;Sun. 11am - 12pm
Neighborhoods: Ward Parkway, South Kansas City
Great Beers – 75th has some great beers on tap. The food is good, but a little pricey for what you get. They offer some unique items that are done really well. While some of the basics are not so great, such as the burgers (excluding the Kobe burger which is awesome). The staff is excellent here, and they have had a lot of the same people working for a while. This means that they are excellent at what they do. I have met the manager and brewer several times during Waldo Business Association events and they do a great job of making this a great place to go. 75th has these huge booths that invite you and a group to chow down and enjoy some brews, My wife and I joined the mug club here about 3 years ago and have continued since that point. If you like craft beer, I would definitely recommend coming here.
Editorial Review by Christy Buena – Locals flock for micro-brewed beer, fondue, hummus and salad at the pub that offers a warm atmosphere.
Best kept secret for kids! – The service at this place is top notch. If you take your kids, you'll see why. Beer is great too and the food is certainly a good value for what you get. This place must be managed/owned by people who really care about making your experience enjoyable. Keep it up!
BREWPUB BABY! – When visitng Kansas City, drop by the 75th street Brewery. The homemade brew is great, especially the unfiltered wheat. Best dishes include the calamari, fish and chips and the pizzas. Servers and bartenders are kind and always helpful.
It's ok – Well if you look at it as a brewery that offers food it does well. If you look at it as a restraunt that brews beer it drops a little. They brew a broad enough range of beer that anyone can find what they like. The food has cool names but the taste doesn't set you off and seems more expesive than the quality would warrent. Sunday nights are fun because of the live music. It is also a bit of a meat market for older yuppies. If you want a place to have a heart to heart and look into someones eyes, this is a good place because nothing will overpower the moment! The atmosphere is very subdued, but I would not call it romantic.
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