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1830 Walnut St, Kansas City
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Corvino is one of KC’s go-to fine dining restaurants, with a pricey-but-worth-it 10-course tasting menu for those who have a sudden, uncontrollable craving for things like goat milk sherbet with bee pollen. For those who don’t want to drop $150 (with an optional $85 beverage pairing), their “supper club” offers an à la carte menu in the main dining room. You’ll get to listen to smooth jazz while ordering things like rock shrimp toast with whipped chicken liver or generous portions of fried chicken, but just know that if you get a table too close to the stage, you’ll start to feel like part of the performance. (Former theater kids, please restrain yourself.)

You definitely pay for the ambiance in the sleek, dimly-lit dining room, but you can also come between 4-5:30pm to try all dishes under $100 on their menu for 25% off during Happy Hour. Don’t miss the seaweed donuts with trout roe and cream or the crispy pork ribs, and when they bring that black sesame biscuit with the check, eat it before your friends realize it’s basically an unbelievable peanut butter cookie.

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