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Cameron, MO 64429
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Bars & Cafes
A spacious, chic sports bar equipped with ample flat screen television sets, Legends Sports Cafe is frequented by baseball lovers. Their Sounds Dogs ensure you get to hear the game from any corner of the cafe even as you savor your favorite food and sip on some chilled beer at great prices. Legends Sports Cafe also has an outdoor seating area for those who prefer to catch up on the latest gaming action in a relaxed setting.
Located across Felix Street, the Rendezvous is a friendly and casual rock bar. You can sit here all by yourself and indulge in people watching or enjoy long conversations with your friends over drinks. Apart from that, Rendezvous also features live music concerts and has a minimal cover charge; watch out as certain events are free for all. For more details and gig guide, call ahead.
O'Malley's Pub boasts of a groovy ambience that forms a mix between that of a concert hall and nightclub. It is spread across three stories underground, in a historic cellar without windows. Sound reverberates from the vaulted ceilings and imposing walls to produces deep effects, while the mood lighting creates a contemporary vibe. Yet, it preserves the atmosphere of a pre-Prohibition era bar with old-styled artworks and archways. On most evenings, popular musicians and bands such as Adam Braunschweig and Wild Colonial Bhoys take center stage and render ebullient tunes as well as classical melodies. The drinks include Jameson 1780 Irish Whiskey, White Zinfandel Wine, Woodchuck Cider and O'Malley's Cream Ale. Smoking is also permitted within this pub. Check the website for the extensive schedule of musical events.
This restaurant boasts one of the largest collections of sports memorabilia in the country, including World Series and Super Bowl trophies, a Golden Glove and vintage uniforms from Major League baseball teams. The atmosphere is casual and contemporary, and the food is excellent. Burgers start at USD5; prime rib starts at USD13. This is a great place to hang out, enjoy the bar and have fun. It is a local favorite for college students and sports lovers.
Main Street Coffee is a lively coffeehouse where you can get your morning caffeine fix and a bite of delicious cafe snacks and sandwiches. The cafe also serves several cold beverages and smoothies. Live music concerts here draw people from all across the town to this establishment.
Courthouse Exchange, located on West Lexington Avenue, is a family-friendly bar which was established in 1899. The bar serves a number of local and imported beers as well as a number of micro-brews.
Knuckleheads Saloon is as real as a bar experience could get. Patrons love the vintage chairs and rough lumber bar stools while sitting at long tables. Bar food is offered to keep the energy going and drinks keep the spirits high. They also have a store selling Knucklehead's merchandise. To top it all, they regularly have musicians come in and play some great tunes, especially blues. Check the website for information on events.
If you like better-than-average pub grub and a nice single-malt scotch, there is no better place than Harry's. This unpretentious spot in the River Market area is always filled with happy locals out on the patio (when weather allows) with a beer or cocktail in hand. The jukebox and amply stocked whiskey bar are two other reasons why people love this place, the latter provides a whiskey menu that has almost every scotch imaginable. From the Highlands and Islay to the Islands and Speyside, you are sure to find one you like.
Every city needs a great wine bar, and Cellar & Loft provides that niche where oenophiles and varietals can meet. It is located in the quaint, yet lively River Market district and patrons can find stacks and stacks of wines from all over the world. Most of the guests are members in which they pay a monthly fee for tastings and other discounts, however non-members can drink just as liberally. The establishment also serves beer and has a nice selection of scotch. Check website for details on tastings, events, lists, etc.
The envy of every nightclub in Kansas City is NV. The club sets the standards which the rest follow. Timely themes for festivals such as Halloween spice up the place. Knowing only those loaded with cash come in, the liquor on sale is expensive. But no sooner do the rays of light change and the music starts playing, people flock to the dance-floor to groove to the music. Local performers often join hands with DJs to raise the roof. Ample parking space is on offer. NV is also available for hosting private parties. The club is gay friendly.
Just a short walk from the convention center and numerous downtown hotels, The Phoenix is the place to go to experience the city's famous jazz scene. It hosts live bands seven-nights-a-week and charges no cover. The room is small and often crowded, but the close quarters add to the festive atmosphere. Local and regional bands share the stage with big-name talents, making this the perfect spot to kick back and enjoy a musical evening on the town. Apart from the entertaining music, a lot of delicious and healthy salads, appetizers and refreshing drinks are on the menu.
John's offers three floors of fun in downtown Kansas City. The first floor is geared to the sports minded, with multiple televisions and a big wooden bar. The second floor is more action oriented, with pool tables, dartboards and video games to keep drinkers busy. The third floor is actually a roof top deck that hosts live bands from March through October. The music, ranging from rock to jazz to blues, features local and regional favorites. The menu is filled with the usual bar fare at reasonable prices.