Whether you’re looking to grab a quick bite or settle in for an immersive dining experience, Farmers Park has you covered. Explore the dining options around the park and find the perfect spot!
Health fans, The Press is the place for you. Before its current iteration, The Press was a South Korean franchise known as Caffe Bene. Owner Alice Oh wanted to find a way to fold her passion for natural foods into her business, leading her to open The Press at the former Caffe Bene location. The Press has options for everyone, from organic coffee to their famed house-made cold press juices.
Pair It With: A trip to the Farmers Market of the Ozarks on Saturday mornings
Can’t-Miss Menu Item: Take a bite of The Press Garden Salad, made with dressed kale, fresh spinach, cherry tomatoes, sliced avocado, red and green cabbage, chopped celery and fresh herbs and topped with cranberries and sunflower seeds. The authentic Dijon vinaigrette can’t be missed either!
Sip on This: Help your body with the anti-inflammatory, muscle-regenerating and energy-stimulating Vitality pressed juice, made with kale, celery, collard greens, apple, lime and chlorophyll.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: “The Press hits every mark—very friendly staff, great atmosphere and nice menu variety. Everything I’ve tried, from coffee to tea, juice, salads and rice bowls have all been FRESH, delicious and generously portioned. Fantastic vegan and GF options. Wonderful addition to Farmers Park!” –Sarah White
Garden Grille & Bar
Located inside the Hilton Garden Inn, the Garden Grille & Bar has been part of Farmers Park since the original design. The restaurant and bar are open for breakfast and dinner—perfect for on-the-go hotel guests or discerning Farmers Park visitors. Keep up with their deals on social media and catch pics of their favorite furry friend guests, too!
Pair It With: A staycation at the Hilton Garden Inn
Can’t-Miss Menu Item: The Garden Grille & Bar staff recommend the grilled salmon, a great choice for a nice dinner out on the town.
Sip on This: Sample their spiced sangria for a tasty holiday treat.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: “Great staff, great food, makes you feel at home. I highly recommend.” –David Scoggin
This Midwestern trendsetter has an emphasis on creating an upscale atmosphere with prices that reflect most fast-casual restaurants. Scratch cooking is the name of the game at Houlihan’s with a menu composed entirely of freshly made dishes ready for you to enjoy. It’s one of the best places in town to kick back with your friends.
Pair It With: Watching a nail-biting Kansas City Chiefs game with friends
Can’t-Miss Menu Item: Go for a classic and get the Houlihan’s burger, cooked to perfection and topped with lettuce, tomato and red onion.
Sip on This: Named after the fictional hallucinations themselves, their Pink Elephant is made of premium French vodka, organic blood orange juice, mango and passion fruit with a La Marca Prosecco float.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: “The service was phenomenal, the drink specials were great, and the meal was excellent. Strongly recommend!” –Rachel Barnett
Delectable French cuisine finds its home at The Aviary. This social spot is the perfect match for Farmers Park with its tradition of using local farm fresh seasonal vegetables in hearty-from-scratch dishes. No matter the time of day, The Aviary has a sweet or savory treat for you.
Pair It With: A date night to remember
Can’t-Miss Menu Item: Craving something savory? Try the Pomme Frites—deliciously double-fried potatoes drizzled with truffle oil and salt and served with house-made garlic aioli.
Sip on This: Brunch the day away with their signature mimosas and pair bubbly with any of their juices.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: “Wait staff is always courteous and attentive. I’ve never had a bad meal. The flavors they put together are delicious and always taste fresh. Best fries in town. Love the fresh-made lemonade. Restaurant is always clean and inviting, staff always smiling and approachable. Thank you for doing a great job in a tough industry. I’ll always be back!” –Christine Van Essen
Progress & Reverie
Progress and Reverie may be the new kids on the block, but they’re no stranger to serving up some of the most innovative food options the city’s ever seen. Originally a pop-up restaurant, Progress now has a home in Farmers Park along with a rooftop bar, Reverie. Progress was built around the idea that food should have no rules, and with their unique menu, their flair certainly shows.
Pair It With: A night out with your best foodie friend
Can’t-Miss Menu Item: Dig into the Bossam, a spiced Korean pork dish that combines deep flavors for a melt-in-your-mouth experience. Don’t forget to try the kimchi puree sauce on the side!
Sip on This: Ask for a wine suggestion when you visit — their extensive wine list will leave you salivating.
Don’t Just Take Our Word for It: “Fantastic team, great guests and some of the most interesting and titillating food and alcohol pairings one could ask for in an amazing environment. What’s not to love?” –Daniel Larsson
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