Cafe Provence

3936 W 69th Ter
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
True romance. Beautiful, well thought out dishes, superbly prepared, executed with precision. A tiny traditional French bistro just like in Paris. The interior is tres chic with some intimate tables by the windows & a few upholstered booths along the wall in traditional white & baby blue French Toile fabric picturing 18th century scenes of the rural French countryside. The curtains are draped in coordinating yellow & blue country French Toile, a vase of fresh baby blue Hydrangeas sit on the bar & fuchsia orchids adorn the tables giving another layer of femininity & beauty. Its very romantic. Edith Piaf played softly in the background while the walls are lined with several sophisticated Haute Couture posters & many fabulous oil paintings of Provence. When I sat down I was immediately transported to France. The mood was just perfect, it has that certain je ne sais quoi. It was totally adorable :) I started with the onion soup. The broth had a deep rich flavor, the right amount of onions, a nice chunk of French bread topped with the most delicious perfectly browned gruyere cheese on top. Perfectly executed. Then I ordered the Le Saumon that was topped with a leek fondue on a bed of braised lentils with winter mushrooms & a shellfish velouté sauce. This dish was absolutely superb. The salmon was cooked perfectly. The creamy leek fondue really worked well with the earthy flavors of the winter mushroom & braised lentils. But, it was the shellfish velouté sauce that knocked this dish right out of the park. This is the kind of dish that you remember all your life. It's the dish that you measure all others against. You will always say, remember that dish I had at Cafe Provence? It was très magnifique! I'm not a dessert person. I never eat sweets but I do love cheese. So in the traditional European style I had the warm goat cheese salad with mixed baby greens in a Dijon vinaigrette for my third course. Again, this was perfectly executed. The vinaigrette was perfectly fresh made as well as the goat cheese ball that was hand rolled in herbs. Savory & lightly fried to the correct temp where it just melted in your mouth. Perfect. Then, I had another glass of champagne, oui, très magnifique! lol The only complaint I had of this place is that everyone was like 300 years older than me. All the ladies were dressed so lovely in their designer gear, furs, LV bags etc., I fit right in there, but I was the youngest person in the place. The two ladies next to me were very sweet celebrating a birthday, but I had to endure their whole conversation the entire meal which was kinda a buzz kill :( Note: There is something called TMI & three things you never talk about in cramped restaurants or parties & that's the three D's. Divorce. Disease. Debt. It's so rude. Rude old ladies or not, the place is truly a gem. Expect to spend $100 per person but well worth it. I'm already planning my birthday dinner there as I think it's a little piece of France right here in America. Yes, it's a 6 hour drive from where I currently live, but I will gladly make the voyage for special occasions as it's such a special place. It's delectable food & exquisite ambience magically took me to that place, reminiscing not only about my first trip to Paris, but also my first kiss, the first time I saw the Eiffel Tower and most of all, falling in love. Merci beaucoup! Bravo!
Love, Love, Love Cafe Provence.... An amazing little French Bistro! Fabulous food( you will want to lick your plate), I promise, so get some extra bread. Try the Amish chicken with the morel sauce. Yum
Amazing dinner and wine service from Jonathan. A go to when craving French food in the village.

(913) 384-5998

French

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Story

The Village Shops,3931 W 69th Ter
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
Phenomenal experience! Recommended by our wine store,this was a great overall experience. Great wine, great food and great service. Best birthday dinner ever!
If I could give this place ZERO stars, based upon the terrible experience we had there on the evening of October 4th, I would. I waited a couple weeks to write this review, because I wanted to make sure that I was not writing my review in the aftermath of the absolute WORST OVERALL DINING EXPERIENCE I HAVE EVER HAD IN MY ENTIRE LIFE. We had made reservations via Open Table...and when we walked in for our first ever visit to Story, we were impressed with the neat, clean, modern decor, and a bustling environment of a nearly full restaurant. We were greeted by our waiter and placed our cocktail orders. My son ordered a "very dry" Martini with Tito's Vodka. When our drinks were delivered, we began to enjoy them but found that our son's drink had a very heavy pour of vermouth (a "very dry" Martini is supposed to have, at most, a misting of vermouth on the glass). We called for our waiter and explained the problem to him....that is when the downward spiral of the evening began. Our waiter told us that the drink did not have any vermouth, and that he was certain of that "fact". I tasted the drink, and it did indeed have vermouth, a very large amount of vermouth. (At the risk of sounding like a lush...I have had many, many Martini's in my lifetime, and I know how one is supposed to taste.) While the waiter was still standing there, my wife said "Let me taste...I will know if it has vermouth"....and, before she could take a sip, the waiter walked off...... Now, that upset me pretty badly...the drink was substandard, and our waiter showed no interest in making things right. We talked at our table how flabbergasted we were at our waiters total lack of concern, and even somewhat argumentative attitude. After discussion, we decided to call him over again, and insist that the drink be remade. We did so, and the waiter still insisted it could not have any vermouth in the drink...my wife asked him if he would bet his life on it...and reluctantly, he finally agreed to take it back to the bar and have it remade. This is where it gets surreal: A few seconds after our waiter left with the drink, the bartender saunters up to our table, with the same drink in his hand and tells us that it doesn't have any vermouth and when we insist that is DOES have vermouth, he tells us that, "well, then we are just going to have to agree to disagree", and leaves the same, poorly made drink at the table and walks off!!!!! So, I ask our waiter to send over the manager. When the manager comes over we tell him about the argumentative bartender...and, the manager defends the bartender, saying that "the bartender is just trying to defend his skills at making drinks". After much arm twisting of even the manager, the manager finally agrees to take back the poorly made drink, and says that he, the manager, will make a replacement drink. When he returns to the table, he finally brought a Martini that was actually made "very dry". I could not believe that the entire staff was willing to turn our experience so sour over an $11 drink. It would have been so much better if they had just taken the attitude that "the customer is always right" and remade the drink when we first told them about it being improperly prepared. That being said, three of us at the table had the Short Rib meal. The other person at our table had a "vegetarian dish" specially prepared by the Chef. The short rib was good, but not more so than at several other restaurants in town, but, the gnocchi that accompanied the meal was poorly prepared being the consistency of chewing gum. Our vegetarian of the group thought that the meal served to them was just "so-so". As others have stated, the portions are small, and the prices are high....given that the meal prices are so high, and the portions and quality so small....not to mention, at least in our case, that the level of "service" is so dismally POOR, I would not recommend this place to anyone.
I was so excited to find out my husband was taking me to Story for our anniversary. I'd wanted to try it for ages, especially since the chef has received so much interest from the James Beard foundation and Food & Wine magazine. The décor is simple and subdued - the walls, curtains and wall hangings are white with dark wood floors. An interesting circular ceiling design flanks the bar and adds texture and warmth to an otherwise simply dressed room. Our server was attentive. He was that perfect combination of being helpful but not intrusive - he was quick without rushing us through our meal. When choosing between two main course meals I did ask him for a recommendation and he was a little hesitant to endorse one dish over the other. My husband and I each choose a cold starter - he went with the Caeser salad and I with the beets. Both were absolutely delicious. The beets came with smoked walleye, stracciatella cheese, capers, apples and dill-mustard vinaigrette. The dish was absolutely perfectly balanced - I think I will dream about it. I ate every last bite. Tips on Yelp led us to try the smoked duck empanadas and we were not disappointed. I have never wanted to lick a plate before, but if it were socially acceptable I would have done it here. I was actually sad when we finished this dish because I could've gorged myself on these alone. For my main course I ordered the lamb crepinette. This was served with roasted asparagus, cauliflower couscous and lamb jus. It was absolutely delicious - the lamb was so tender it could be cut with a fork. The cauliflower was pretty subdued. My husband had the sturgeon served with mushroom risotto, cauliflower and pancetta. After he finished his meal he used the bread at the table to sop up the remaining bits of sauce and goodies left on his plate. For dessert I ordered the lemon bar and he had the donuts. Now, I want to be all high-brow and say that donuts have no place on a menu like this, but O.M.G. they were absolutely elevated and delicious beyond belief. They were little puffs of doughy heaven glazed with angel tears. Who knew donuts could taste like this? The lemon bar was good, btw, but the donuts will forever be a part of my heart. Overall I would say this has been my best dining experience in a very long time. Service was impeccable. Atmosphere was subdued and let the food shine as the star of the show. The food was out of this world. We have been to some of Kansas City's best restaurants and for food, service and value I would put this at the top of the list - we spent half of what I assumed we would, and we each had cocktails and wine. Will I go back? As soon as possible.

(913) 236-9955

American (New)

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Jun’s Authentic Japanese

7660 State Line Rd
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
What a great sushi spot! But for those who don't do the raw fish/sushi thing, they have a pretty good list of Hibachi as well! I came here the other day for my good friend's birthday, and I was sure to tell her she made an excellent choice. The exterior of the restaurant is pretty unassuming, but once you're inside, it's a beautiful japanese restaurant complete with a sushi bar, hibachi grill, and even traditional style japanese tables in the back! They have standard level tables up front, however with our party being a rather large one, we were seated at one of the long japanese style tables where you sit on a pillow. The decor was beautiful and intimate, and the pillow I sat on was more comfortable than I had thought it would be. (first time sitting in a restaurant like this) I ordered the crazy roll (shrimp tempura with spice tuna) and a regular shrimp tempura roll, and two pieces of salmon nigiri for my dinner with some edamame for an appitizer that I shared with my end of the table. The edamame was steamed perfectly, but it could have used a tiny bit more salt and could have a been a little bit hotter when it came out (I like mine piping hot at home... like, sear my mouth hot) but it still hit the soft spot I have with soy beans. Another of my friends ordered the crab rangoon, and it was pretty awesome. The sauce it came with complimented them perfectly! Someone at the table ordered the seaweed salad, which I bravely tried having never eaten seaweed by itself, and it was absolutely fantastic! I'll be sure and order that next time! I also tried a little bite of one the house salads that someone else got with their hibachi order, and the dressing was out of this world! On to my favorite part! The rolls were absolutely beautiful, I almost didn't want to eat them. But, my nearly empty stomach beckoned me to get on with dinner. Both rolls were superb! Crunchy cucumber and perfectly cooked shrimp with the perfect amount of rice! The tuna in the crazy roll could have used a little bit more sriracha for my taste, but it was the perfect compliment to the shrimp tempura. The salmon nigiri, as usual, was my favorite part (I can't get enough salmon!), perfectly rolled rice and a great slice of delicious, and super fresh salmon with the perfect amount of seasoning! The rolls were fairly priced, the shrimp tempura was either $5.50 or $6 and the crazy roll was only $7, and the nigiri was only $5 for two pieces. For dessert, we all tried their strawberry mochi balls. If you've never tried mochi, it's hard to describe - it's like a soft gummy texture, and comes in several different flavors. The mochi was wrapped around stawberry ice cream, and made the perfect ending to a great dinner! Our waitresses even surprised our birthday guest by turning the lights super low, and singing Happy Birthday as they brought in a piece of complimentary cheesecake with strawberry sauce! (she shared with everyone, and it was awesome!) All in all, this sushi place is worth a trip! While I hail from the Northland and still have my favorite place in Liberty (Moonlight Sushi - check it, and my review of it, out too!), this restaurant will be a great new option when I'm in the area!
This is my favorite sushi spot in KC! I've been here over a dozen times and have always had great service and AMAZING sushi. The Las Vegas rolls are delicious. I craaaavvve these rolls! I think I've sampled every roll they make and have nothing bad to say about any of them. However, the Vegas, Tiger, and Jun rolls are a few of my favs. If your a Sushi fan I highly recommend Juns..
What a nice surprise to head to an early dinner around 5:45 only to find out that happy hour goes til 6:30pm. We didn't even realize it until our waitress informed us that everything we had ordered was included in the happy hour (That's a good sign of a baller HH selection). I started off with an appetizer of wasabi dumplings (Shumai) and a bottle of Kirin. I also had my first Soybean Pocket (Inari) which was a sweet bread roll filled with rice, it was awesome. In addition to that we ordered some Spicy Tuna and Spicy Salmon rolls as well as a variety of sushi, all of which were good. Jun's is clean environment with a professional staff that offers a variety of seating (sushi bar, traditional Japanese, standard seating). I would like to try the traditional seating but don't believe my current level of flexibility will allow for it. I'll be coming back here again.

(913) 341-4924

Japanese, Sushi Bars

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Starbucks

6920 Mission Rd
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
The 5 stars if for the service, which I feel is the most important part of any business, local or corporate. The staff here is extremely friendly, knowledgeable and on top of their game. I appreciate the fact that once I became a regular, once I walk in the door, my drink is started therefore it was ready by the time I make it to the front of the line to pay. The product is consistent and good, as it should be. Being in the burbs, there are one or fifty too many kids for my taste, but consider the location. The one thing that makes me laugh are the number of young kids (grade school and middle school) in line getting their morning coffee. FUNNY. That daily coffee drink costs as much as I got for my entire week of school food. Not judging, just stating. The people watching is pretty rich at this location, but like I stated before, the service and staff at this Starbucks deserves much praise.
Who knew that the PV Starbucks would be the place to people watch? This is almost as good as the Miami airport. Soccer mom's still rockings with a kids on their hip, men in ill fitting business suits, cougars in sequin clubbing tops......I was behind this "girl", who I thought was a cheerleader, she turned around and had an old lady face! She was actually in a tennis outfit in 30 degree weather. Another old lady walks in with a bad dye job and sex hair. Her shirt buttons were all askew. What the hell is going on in this neighborhood??? All this eye candy and a Chai tea later...I am caffeinated and fascinated.
I know that Starbucks is a soulless chain coffee shop, and I'll admit that I don't even like their coffee that much (I'll order a venti chai latte, thank you), but sometimes a person needs a little mid afternoon pick-me-up on the way home from picking up the children for preschool (let's make that a dirty chai with one shot of espresso, please). And the fact that this Starbucks features a drive thru option..., well, it's a dangerously tempting way to treat myself to a delicious perk that can only be found in a cup of something caffeinated. Now, we could discuss the reality that this is a high calorie treat or that one could save a lot of money by making his or her own coffee at home, but Starbucks is a treat. And really, even a $5 dirty chai is better than a lot of other options for a stimulus to "get through the rest of the day", so I'm going to say that this is not the worst habit in the world. Now, here is where this review REALLY turns into dangerous enabling: with the Starbucks reward program, you can pay with gift cards from your mobile phone (so you will barely feel like you are spending real money at all!). Due to recent security problems that this app has encountered in months past, I do not advise reloading the card with your credit card on the app itself. I purchase gift cards from the grocery store and load them onto the phone myself so that there is no record of my credit card on the app (I am sure that new measures have been taken to better protect the security of the app, but I am always a bit nervous and overly cautious). The rewards program is free and offers good incentives, including the ability to earn free refills and even free beverages on occasions! (There is no reason not to do this!) So, there is my Starbucks addition. The Prairie Village location is my closest location, plus it has a drive thru. The service is efficient and the quality is standard to all Starbucks coffee shops.

(913) 236-4907

Coffee & Tea

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Tavern In the Village

3901 Prairie Ln
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
We redeemed our free offer for humus, our waitress Angela is the very best and sweetest person you just can't imagine. Be sure and ask for her if you frequent the restaurant. One of our guests was running late and the staff was very courteous. Love this place.
We absolutely love the tavern! Anthony, Kelly, Christie and the entire staff are phenomenal! The ambiance is beyond excellent and the food is always wonderful! My only recommendation to the chef is to bring the chicken and rice soup from Mission Farms to the Village!!!
Went here for dinner with the family, no wait which was great, not blown away by the food though. We had hummus and chicken skewers for appetizers. I was starving so we ended up eating everything but not the most flavorful food I've tried. Then I had the sea scallops for dinner, each scallop had a different texture (total of 4), was not sure if that meant they all were cooked a little different or if it was the topping that made it seem that way. It was good, but I will try something different next time. The rest of my family got the kale salad with salmon, everyone ate the whole thing and all said it was tasty! Then we had chocolate cake for dessert, moist and filled with chocolate delight, definitely the best part of the meal! I will be going back, the waiter was nice and the vibe was neat. I just will be trying a different entree next time.

(913) 529-2229

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Great Harvest Bread

4002 W 83rd St
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
GHB has brioche and challah almost every day of the week. The brioche is about $7 a loaf, but it's buttery and tender... almost seductive. :-) The have several things out for taste each day... they all seem to be good here. The lunch sandwich option is pretty nice as well. You can build your own or order a regular item... and they do a special off-menu sandwich as well. Of all the places in Corinth to eat lunch this is my favorite.
I live close to Great Harvest and will stop in once a month or so for a loaf of bread or a sandwich. At one point, I stopped in much more frequently for their Peanut Butter and Honey Sandwich on white bread. I think I ate it every day for lunch for two weeks or so. It's totally addictive. The sugar in the honey sort of makes the bread almost crispy on the one side and then the creamy peanut butter balances out the texture. That was a while ago but I still think about it often. Not everyone loves this bread which is dense and soft. I love to toast their bread in the mornings with butter and jam. Today, I had a chicken salad sandwich. I'm picky about chicken salad and theirs was amazing. Their cookies are good too...Mountain Munchies are super good and all freeze well so buy the 8 pack and stick them in the freezer.
This isn't day-old-bread or day-old-bread prices. It is a small store, with a quaint selection. I don't come in often but I Do Enjoy the bread, staff is friendly, and always willing to give free samples. Yummy :) Stop on by if your looking for a little something different There, short and sweet, now gimme something to eat.

(913) 381-8877

Bakeries, Sandwiches

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Dolce Bakery

3930 W 69th Ter
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
I stop here almost every single time I am in the area. It is a MUST on my list (and it should be for you too). This new location is great, even more inviting than the last spot was! I have not met a baked good here that I didn't like, but some of my top favorites include: carrot cake, lemon cake, chocolate blackout cake (are you seeing a trend yet?), macaroons, lemon bars, zebra brownies, cinnamon rolls and any of the seasonal roll flavors, and snickerdoodle cookies!! I like that they use simple, fresh ingredients, and that everything is made from scratch. No mixes here! The cakes are the most delicious I have ever shoved in my face. Most of the time, I don't even bother with the individual slices, I just buy one of the small cakes from the case. If you are going to a small dinner party, they are the perfect size to share (or, if you had a rough day, just tear straight into that sucker with a fork, don't feel bad about it). One time for my birthday I got some sort of a chocolate cake with salted caramel cream cheese frosting and salted caramel drizzled on top and in between the layers. I'm not going to lie, I have had dreams about that cake ever since. The cinnamon rolls and orange rolls are perfect every single time. Never dried out or crusty like a lot of places. They also always have some type of a seasonal offering for the rolls as well, lemon blueberry is my fave in the summer. The bars, brownies and cookies are always awesome, my husband can't get enough of the snickerdoodles. And the macaroons...don't even get me started. Long story short, if there are multiple things that look good to you when you are there, just get it all, because something might only be seasonal, or there for a limited time. If you think you will get it next time, you will be hella disappointed when you come in and they don't have it. Just save yourself that disappointment, trust me. Oh, one last thing I almost forgot, they make croissants on the weekend. They have some with ham and cheese in them. If you are there and they have some, GET THEM! Because they run out of them pretty quick. I've met the owner, Erin, a few times before and she is super nice and great to work with if you need a special order. You can tell that she puts a lot of heart into every single item that is in that case. If you have something special in mind that you need, just ask, they have been very accommodating for me whenever I needed something special for an event. Don't pass up an opportunity to come here if you are in the area!!! You won't leave hungry, I guarantee you.
Bought a Flourless chocolate espresso torte, not very impress with it. I like chocolate that melts in your mouth and this one didn't. It's disappointing.
Dolce Bakery is in their new location and what a great move. They have to die for cinnamon rolls and I am a super fan of their chocolate macaroons!! It is worth the drive even if you are not close - Best Bakery in town.

(913) 236-4411

Desserts, Bakeries

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Tcby-the Country’s Best Yogurt

6966 Mission Rd
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
Quick and easy. Good vanilla and OK topping selections, including all you can fit toppings for .99, but nothing to write home about. The kid likes it so I'll likely be back.
TCBY in Prairie Village was by far the MOST AMAZING yogurt Cake experience I have had in Kansas!!!! My husband and I both had major Birthdays within a week of each other and had to find an affordable and delicious option to celebrate our special day. Not only was our chocolate brownie cake delicious it was the BEST cake we have had EVER! The owner, Nancy is like a more delicious version of Paula Dean! I drove this woman nuts changing my order 4 times and she was patient, kind and willing to do whatever I asked! I will continue to come in and purchase her awesome frozen yogurt as long as the doors are open! Thank you!!! Can't wait to come back again!!!! :) Totally Recommend....1 Billion times over!
This place is crack for kids and old people....and when the two groups converge? Kaboom! Chaos. The teenagers who take your order are chomping at the bit to read their text message. Seniors can't read the menu board and kids can't decide and you are wedged between the door and the wall, waiting your turn. Growing up, this WAS frozen yogurt. You didn't sit in plastic Asian chairs or dump gummy bears into your yogurt bucket. You didn't even get to sample a flavor. Don't like it? $3 down the drain. Not to say those days were better, but they were certainly less complicated then all the Peach, Apple whatever stores. Besides, I usually only want a chocolate vanilla swirl cone. Yes, a chocolate vanilla swirl cone is easy enough, but the line here is so incredibly painful. Is there ever a good time to get yogurt? You finally get your frosty goodness only to be greeted by dirty sticky tables. No matter, you will just want to get the hell out of here anyway. Run. Run for your yogurt loving life.

(913) 671-8180

Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

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SPIN! Neapolitan Pizza

8224 Mission Rd
Prairie Village, 66208
Reviews:
4 stars for food, 2 stars for service...hence the 3 star rating. This was our first time going to Spin. We went on a Saturday afternoon at 2:30. We walked in, didn't know if we should sit down , go through the fast food line, or what to do. No one helped. We read the menu on the wall, told the order taker what we wanted and that we wanted to have a couple of beers at the bar. He told us to go past the "order before you sit down" sign and have a seat at the bar and they "will take your order after you sit down." You get the hint. I ordered a Greek salad, he ordered a bowl of Minestrone and we split a three meat pizza. The server asked if we wanted the salad and soup before the pizza and we said yes. I got my salad and it was fantastic. The roasted tomatoes are a nice touch and the pre-tossed salad was a slam dunk. He never got his soup. Our pizza sat on the counter for over five minutes and at least four servers looked at the ticket, looked at us, and walked away. After they conferred, they gave us our pizza and began to pour the soup. We stopped them. The fourth server of the night said they wouldn't charge us for the soup we never got. You get the hint. The pizza was so good. For two guys who don't like the crust, we ate the whole thing! Bones and all! Nice sauce, not skimpy on the meat, and flavorful. Spin would do better as a take-out. The food is fresh, some of the the best pizza in KC, and a Greek salad I love, but the service is lacking.
Affordable, kid-friendly, and yummy. Not just pizza, delicious salads and gelato, too. Really what more could you want?
Pizza is a little small and cheese lacking for the price. Best deal at Spin is Minestrone soip and half a bacon bit salad.... $7.95. For another buck you can make it s big bowl of soup or home made meatballs. Super friendly people and good service. New location that is clean and up to date.

(913) 341-7746

Pizza, Italian

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Panera Bread

8300 Mission Road
Prairie Village, 66206
Reviews:
Lots of healthy options! Kids meals! Accommodating employees and always friendly.
While visiting from out of town, it was decided to go to Panera to get a light lunch. This is a nice location - very big. It was a standard Panera - everything good and fresh, quick, clean. My favorite salad is the Fuji Apple one, minus the chicken. The apple chips are so yummy! Can't say too much else - Panera is Panera, a quick and easy staple of any St. Louisen!
For me, Paneras are just "ok". The food is acceptable at best but they're generally convenient and offer free wifi. This location, however, is pretty awesome - pretty much the friendliest Panera I've ever visited. I used them for both breakfast and lunch catering on the same day and was really impressed. Everything was prepared exactly as ordered (including a few special requests) and they included everything I needed in terms of plates, cups, etc. My one small nitpick would be that things could have been marked a little better as to what was what. That said, I got an email from their catering manager that day checking in to make sure everything was good and that I was happy. I do a lot of catering with Panera for business lunches and such and that's the first time that's ever happened. Also - the place was spotless, including the restrooms. (Not the norm at most Paneras) Overall - Panera is what it is in terms of food, but this location delivers an exceptional service experience.

(913) 381-8885

Sandwiches, Salad, Soup

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